Conference on mathematical physics, 1977

Conference on mathematical physics, 1977

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Credit: EMILIO SEGRE VISUAL ARCHIVES/AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Caption: Conference on mathematical physics, 1977. This is the International Conference on Mathematical Problems in Theoretical Physics, held at Rome University, Rome, Italy, from 6-15 June 1977. From left to right in the front row are the mathematical physicists: Arthur M. Jaffe (USA, born 1937, left leg resting on knee), Huzihiro Araki (Japan, born 1932), and David Pierre Ruelle (Belgium and France, born 1935). Jaffe and Araki have both worked on quantum field theory, while Ruelle has worked on statistical mechanics and theories of turbulence. Both Araki (2003) and Ruelle (2006) have been awarded the Henri Poincare Prize.Restrictions:

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