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.
Weiner, Richard Max was born on February 6, 1930 in Czernowitz, Romania. Son of Max and Pepi (Haber) Weiner.
Master of Science, University Bucharest, 1953. Doctor of Philosophy, University Bucharest, 1958.
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.
Achievements include research on atomic, nuclear and elementary particle physics. Prediction of nuclear isomeric shift and other physical effects in nuclear and particle physics.