Eugene Wigner

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Eugene Wigner
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Nascentia 1902-11-17 (Budapest)
Decesso 1995-01-01 (Princeton)
Causa de decesso pneumonia[*]
Loco de reposo New Jersey
Ethnicitate Judeo, Hungarians[*]
Citatania Austria-Hungaria, Statos Unite de America
Educate in Fasori Gimnázium[*], Technical University of Berlin[*]
Occupation mathematico, physico, professor universitari[*], physico theoretic[*], nuclear physicist[*]
Obras notabile The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences[*]
Religion apostasy in Catholicism[*]
Fratres/sorores Margit Dirac[*]
Premios Premio Nobel pro Physica, Max Planck Medal[*], Enrico Fermi Award[*], Albert Einstein Award[*], National Medal of Science[*], Wigner Medal[*], Josiah Willard Gibbs Lectureship[*], Franklin Medal[*], Richtmyer Memorial Award[*], Fellow of the American Physical Society[*], Foreign Member of the Royal Society[*], John von Neumann Lecture[*]
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Eugene Wigner (17 de novembre 1902 in Budapest, Hungaria - 1 de januario 1995 in Princeton, New Jersey, SUA) era un physico e ganiator del Premio Nobel in 1963. Su soror Margit Wigner era le sposa del physico Paul Dirac, qui ganiava le Premio Nobel in 1933.

Wigner, J. Hans D. Jensen, e Maria Goeppert-Mayer recipeva le Premio Nobel pro Physica de 1963 pro lor contributiones al theoria del nucleo atomic.[1]