Eugene Paul Wigner, Ph.D. (Berlin Techn. Univ., 1925)

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1931-1971 Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
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(1902 - 1995)
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eugene_Wigner
https://inspirehep.net/record/983578?ln=en
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1963 was divided, one half awarded to Eugene Paul Wigner "for his contributions to the theory of the atomic nucleus and the elementary particles, particularly through the discovery and application of fundamental symmetry principles", the other half jointly to Maria Goeppert Mayer and J. Hans D. Jensen "for their discoveries concerning nuclear shell structure".

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Michael Polanyi grad student 1925 Berlin Technical University
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Banesh Hoffmann grad student 1932 Princeton (MathTree)
Laszlo Tisza grad student 1932 University of Budapest
Frederick Seitz grad student 1934 Princeton
John Bardeen grad student 1936 Princeton
Joseph O. Hirschfelder grad student 1936 Princeton (Chemistry Tree)
W. Conyers Herring grad student 1937 Princeton
Marcos Moshinsky grad student 1949 Princeton
Edwin Thompson Jaynes grad student 1951 Princeton
Charles B. Duke grad student 1963 Princeton
Frederick Drach Tappert grad student 1964-1968 Princeton
Gregory Wannier post-doc 1936-1937 Princeton
Charles Louis Critchfield post-doc 1940-1941 Princeton
Manoj Banerjee post-doc 1955-1957 Princeton
John W. Clark post-doc 1959-1961 Princeton
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Wigner EP, Marx G. (1995) On the future of physics Acta Physica Hungarica New Series Heavy Ion Physics. 1: 87-90
Kim YS, Wigner EP. (1990) Entropy and Lorentz transformations Physics Letters A. 147: 343-347
Kim YS, Wigner EP. (1990) Space-time geometry of relativistic particles Journal of Mathematical Physics. 31: 55-60
Aspray W, Horváth P, Nagy D, et al. (1989) Discussion: John von Neumann—A Case Study of Scientific Creativity Annals of the History of Computing. 11: 165-169
Wigner EP. (1989) Accomplishments and limitations of physics Nuclear Physics B (Proceedings Supplements). 6: 7-8
Wigner E. (1989) On unitary representations of the inhomogeneous lorentz group Nuclear Physics B (Proceedings Supplements). 6: 9-64
Kim YS, Wigner EP. (1987) Cylindrical group and massless particles Journal of Mathematical Physics. 28: 1175-1179
Wigner EP. (1986) Some problems of our natural sciences International Journal of Theoretical Physics. 25: 467-476
O'Connell RF, Wigner EP. (1984) Manifestations of Bose and Fermi statistics on the quantum distribution function for systems of spin-0 and spin- particles Physical Review A. 30: 2613-2618
Hillery M, O'Connell RF, Scully MO, et al. (1984) Distribution functions in physics: Fundamentals Physics Reports. 106: 121-167
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