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Richard Max Weiner

Richard Max Weiner, Romanian physicist. Achievements include research on atomic, nuclear and elementary particle physics; prediction of nuclear isomeric shift and other physical effects in nuclear and particle physics.

Background

  • Weiner, Richard Max was born on February 6, 1930 in Czernowitz, Romania. Son of Max and Pepi (Haber) Weiner.

  • Education

    • Master of Science, University Bucharest, 1953. Doctor of Philosophy, University Bucharest, 1958.

    Career

    • Research fellow Physics Institute Academy of Sciences, Bucharest, 1951-1969, University Bucharest, 1968-1969, European Nuclear Research, European Organization of Nuclear Research, Geneva, 1969-1970. Visiting professor Indiana University, 1970-1972. Senior fellow Imperial College, London, 1972-1973.

      Professor theoretical physics University Marburg, Germany, since 1974. Visiting scientist Los Alamos (New Mexico) National Laboratory, 1976-1977, consultant, since 1978. Researcher laboratory physique theorique hautes energies Orsay University, Paris, since 1995.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include research on atomic, nuclear and elementary particle physics. Prediction of nuclear isomeric shift and other physical effects in nuclear and particle physics.

    Works

    Connections

    • Married Nina Culic, December 19, 1969. 1 child, Diana Free.
    • father: Max Weiner
    • mother: Pepi (Haber) Weiner
    • spouse: Nina Culic
    • child: Diana Free Weiner
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    Born February 6, 1930
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    • 1953
      University Bucharest
    • 1958
      University Bucharest
    • 1951 - 1969
      Research fellow, Physics Institute Academy Sciences
      Bucharest, Vaslui, Romania
    • 1968 - 1969
      Research fellow, Physics Institute Academy Sciences
    • 1969 - 1970
      Research fellow, Physics Institute Academy Sciences
      Geneva, Illinois, United States
    • 1970 - 1972
      visiting professor, Indiana University
    • 1972 - 1973
      senior, fellow Imperial College
      London, Mpumalanga, South Africa
    • 1974
      professor, theoretical physics University Marburg
      Germany