Ernst Stueckelberg, Swiss physicist

Ernst Stueckelberg, Swiss physicist

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

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Caption: Ernst Carl Gerlach Stueckelberg (1905-1984), Swiss physicist. Stueckelberg studied at the University of Basel and lectured at the University of Zurich. He worked on quantum theory, including early forms of quantum field theory and the Higgs mechanism. He also proposed explanations for the strong nuclear force. Other work in particle and quantum physics included the law of conservation of baryon number, relativistic dynamics, and quantum electrodynamics. Advances on his work would later win others Nobel Prizes. He was awarded the Max Planck Medal by the German Physical Society in 1976. Photographed circa 1962.Restrictions:

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