Kameshwar C. Wali

1962-1969 Argonne National Laboratory, Lemont, IL, United States 
 1969-1998 Physics Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, United States 
high energy physics
"Kameshwar Wali"

Wali is internationally recognized as a theorist, namely for his research into the symmetry properties of fundamental particles and their interactions, and as the author of "Cremona Violins: A Physicist’s Quest for the Secrets of Stradivari" (World Scientific, 2010) and "Chandra: A Biography of S. Chandrasekhar" (University of Chicago Press, 1991).

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Robert Green Sachs grad student 1959 UW Madison
 (The nucleon structure and the electromagnetic form factors.)


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Gary R. Goldstein grad student 1969 Chicago
Kumar Shiv Narain grad student 1982 Syracuse
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Lo CH, Narain KS, Park SY, et al. (1979) Axially symmetric multi-instanton solutions generated by conformal mappings Physical Review D. 20: 3216-3222
Sakita B, Wali KC. (1967) Sum rules for baryon resonance widths Physical Review Letters. 18: 29-31
Goldstein GR, Wali KC. (1967) Model for low-energy meson-baryon scattering Physical Review. 155: 1762-1772
Ernst FJ, Warnock RL, Wali KC. (1966) Linear and nonlinear mass-difference effects in a model of the baryon multiplets Physical Review. 141: 1354-1372
Sakita B, Wali KC. (1965) Phenomenological approach to a relativistic SU(6) theory Physical Review Letters. 14: 404-408
Sakita B, Wali KC. (1965) Relativistic formulation of the SU(6) symmetry scheme Physical Review. 139
Ernst FJ, Sachs RG, Wali KC. (1960) Electromagnetic form factors of the nucleon Physical Review. 119: 1105-1114
Enoch J, Sachs RG, Wali KC. (1957) Theory of photoproduction of pions from nucleons Physical Review. 108: 433-445
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