The Oscar Klein Centenary: Proceedings of the Symposium

The Oscar Klein Centenary: Proceedings of the Symposium

By: Ulf Lindstrom (editor)Hardback

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On September 15, 1994, Oskar Klein would have been 100 years old. In honour of his contributions to physics, a three-day symposium was held in Stockholm, Sweden, September 19-21, 1994. The symposium lectures provided a tour of new developments in physics and highlighted the important roots of that development.


Black holes and Klein's lemma, U. Danielsson; Oskar Klein, from his life and physics, S. Deser; Kaluza-Klein theory in perspective, M. Duff; on the consistency of black hole evaporation and local quantum field theory, F. Englert; traces of integrability in QCD, L. Faddeev; Oskar Klein and the molecules, I. Fischer-Hjalmars; Oskar Klein and gauge theory, D. Gross; world sheet aspects of mirror symmetry, M. Henningson; black holes and the dimension of space-time, G. t'Hooft; glimpses of Oskar Klein as scientist and thinker, A. Pais; gauge theories and spin glasses, G. Parisi; probing for the roots of the standard model, P. Ramond; Klein's paradox revisited - putting old wine into new bottles, V. Telegdi; matter from motion - electroweak baryogenesis, N. Turok.

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  • ISBN13: 9789810223328
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 225
  • ID: 9789810223328
  • ISBN10: 9810223323

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