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Sidney R. Coleman grad student 1970 Harvard
 (Asymptotic Symmetry, Duality, and Electromagnetic Masses.)


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David Seckel grad student 1983 University of Washington (Astronomy Tree)
David Hilton Wolpert grad student 1989 UC Santa Barbara
Feraz Azhar grad student 2008 UC Santa Barbara
Jonathan BenTov grad student 2013 UC Santa Barbara
William Bialek post-doc 1985-1986 UC Santa Barbara
Joshua Feinberg post-doc 1995-1997 UC Santa Barbara
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Wen XG, Zee A. (1993) Tunneling in double-layered quantum Hall systems. Physical Review. B, Condensed Matter. 47: 2265-2270
Wen XG, Zee A. (1992) Shift and spin vector: New topological quantum numbers for the Hall fluids. Physical Review Letters. 69: 953-956
Wen XG, Zee A. (1992) Neutral superfluid modes and "magnetic" monopoles in multilayered quantum Hall systems. Physical Review Letters. 69: 1811-1814
Wen XG, Zee A. (1992) Classification of Abelian quantum Hall states and matrix formulation of topological fluids. Physical Review. B, Condensed Matter. 46: 2290-2301
Pryor C, Zee A. (1992) Electron hopping in the presence of random flux Physical Review B. 46: 3116-3119
Wen XG, Zee A. (1991) Topological structures, universality classes, and statistics screening in the anyon superfluid. Physical Review. B, Condensed Matter. 44: 274-284
Wen XG, Zee A. (1991) Rotation of polarized light reflected from T- and P-violating phases. Physical Review. B, Condensed Matter. 43: 5595-5600
Wen XG, Zee A. (1990) Compressibility and superfluidity in the fractional-statistics liquid. Physical Review. B, Condensed Matter. 41: 240-253
Wen XG, Zee A. (1989) Possible T- and P-breaking vacua of O(3) nonlinear sigma model and spin-charge separation. Physical Review Letters. 63: 461-464
Wen XG, Zee A. (1989) Effective theory of the T- and P-breaking superconducting state. Physical Review Letters. 62: 2873-2876
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