Murray Gell-Mann

1955-1993 Physics California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 
 1993- Santa Fe Institute, Santa Fe, NM, United States 
"Murray Gell-Mann"

(1929 - 2019)
DOI: 10.1126/science.aay3171
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1969 was awarded to Murray Gell-Mann for his contributions and discoveries concerning the classification of elementary particles and their interactions.
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Victor Frederick Weisskopf grad student 1951 MIT
 (Coupling strength and nuclear reactions.)


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Henry William Wyld grad student 1954 Chicago
Archibald Howie grad student 1957 Caltech
Jon Mathews grad student 1957 Caltech
Samuel Morris Berman grad student 1959 Caltech
Donald F. DuBois grad student 1959 Caltech
Henry H Hilton grad student 1960 Caltech
Philip M Platzman grad student 1960 Caltech
Norman Dombey grad student 1961 Caltech
Kenneth Geddes Wilson grad student 1961 Caltech
Sidney R. Coleman grad student 1962 Caltech
William G. Wagner grad student 1962 Caltech
Michael J Levine grad student 1963 Caltech
Egon Marx-Oberländer grad student 1963 Caltech
Jonas Stasys Zmuidzinas grad student 1963 Caltech
James B. Hartle grad student 1964 Caltech
Richard Dolen grad student 1966 Caltech
George Frederick Chapline grad student 1967 Caltech
Roger Calvert Hill grad student 1969 Caltech
Rodney James Crewther grad student 1971 Caltech
Kenneth Young grad student 1972 Caltech
Henry Jay Melosh grad student 1973 Caltech
Christopher T Hill grad student 1972-1977 Caltech
David Philip Crewther grad student 1978 Caltech
Anthony Emerson Terrano grad student 1981 Caltech
Jai Sam Kim grad student 1982 Caltech
Barton Zwiebach grad student 1983 Caltech
Todd Andrew Brun grad student 1994 Caltech
Theodore Tomaras post-doc 1980-1983 Caltech
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Hanel R, Thurner S, Gell-Mann M. (2014) How multiplicity determines entropy and the derivation of the maximum entropy principle for complex systems. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111: 6905-10
Gell-Mann M, Hartle JB. (2014) Adaptive coarse graining, environment, strong decoherence, and quasiclassical realms Physical Review a - Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics. 89
Hanel R, Thurner S, Gell-Mann M. (2012) Generalized entropies and logarithms and their duality relations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109: 19151-4
Gell-Mann M, Hartle JB. (2012) Decoherent histories quantum mechanics with one real fine-grained history Physical Review a - Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics. 85
Gell-Mann M, Hartle JB. (2007) Quasiclassical coarse graining and thermodynamic entropy Physical Review a - Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics. 76
Cabibbo N, Freund PGO, Gell-Mann M, et al. (2006) Valentine Louis Telegdi Physics Today. 59: 66-67
Gell-Mann M. (2001) Consciousness, reduction, and emergence. Some remarks. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 929: 41-9
Gell-Mann M. (1999) Fundamental sources of unpredictability Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 879: 1-7
Gell-Mann M. (1996) Nature conformable to herself: Some arguments for a unified theory of the universe Complexity. 1: 9-12
Gell-Mann M, Hartle JB. (1993) Classical equations for quantum systems. Physical Review D: Particles and Fields. 47: 3345-3382
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