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Gunnar B. Ingelman

Gunnar B. Ingelman, Swedish physics educator. Recipient Edlund prize Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences; research grantee Swedish Natural Science Research Council, 1989, Goran Gustafson Foundation, 1996, Swedish Council for Planning and Coordinator of Research, 1989-1991, Nordic Institute Theoretical physics, 1996-1997, Nobel institute Physics, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, 1996.

Background

  • Ingelman, Gunnar B. was born on January 18, 1952 in Uppsala, Sweden. Son of Bjärn Georgia and Ingrid M. Ingelman.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Philosophy, Lund University, Sweden, 1982.

    Career

    • Fellow European Organization of Nuclear Research, Geneva, 1983-1985. Science associate Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron, Hamburg, Germany, 1983-1989, physicist Germany, 1991-2000. Lecturer Uppsala University, 1989-1999, professor physics, since 2000.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include creating of mathematical models and computer simulation programs that are frequently used in high energy physics research. Research on diffractive hard scattering. Observation of pomeron quark interactions and longitudinal event structure in diffractively excited states.

      Observation of QCD higher twist prompt meson production in hadron collisions and photoproduction. Introduction of new models to understand non-perturbative QCD phenomena. Soft color interactions for final states with/without rapidigy taps and a model for parton distributions in hadrons.

    Membership

    Member Royal Academy Arts and Sciences Uppsala, Swedish Physical Society.

    Connections

    • Married Margareta Bernäng, January 19, 1954.
    • father: Bjärn Georgia
    • mother: Ingrid M. Ingelman
    • spouse: Margareta Bernäng
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    Born January 18, 1952
    (age 65)
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    • 1982
      Lund University
    • 1983 - 1989
      science associate, Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron
      Hamburg, Germany, Germany
    • 1983 - 1985
      Fellow, European Organization of Nuclear Research
      Geneva, Illinois, United States