Background
Lopuszanski, Jan Tadeusz was born on October 21, 1923 in Lwów, Poland. Son of Wladyslaw Jakób and Janina Maria (Kuzmicz) Lopuszanski.
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This is a set of lecture notes given by the author at the Universities of Göttingen and Wroclaw. The text presents the axiomatic approach to field theory and studies in depth the concepts of symmetry and supersymmetry and their associated generators, currents and charges. It is intended as a one-semester course for graduate students in the field of mathematical physics and high energy physics.
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A concise description of the status of a fascinating scientific problem - the inverse variational problem in classical mechanics. The essence of this problem is as follows: one is given a set of equations of motion describing a certain classical mechanical system, and the question to be answered is: do these equations of motion correspond to some Lagrange function as its Euler-Lagrange equations? In general, not for every system of equations of motions does a Lagrange function exist; it can, however, happen that one may modify the given equations of motion in such a way that they yield the same set of solutions as the original ones and they correspond already to a Lagrange function. Moreover, there can even be infinitely many such Lagrange functions, the relations among which are not trivial. The book deals with this scope of problems. No advanced mathematical methods, such as contemporary differential geometry are used. The intention is to meet the standard educational level of a broad group of physicists and mathematicians.
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Lopuszanski, Jan Tadeusz was born on October 21, 1923 in Lwów, Poland. Son of Wladyslaw Jakób and Janina Maria (Kuzmicz) Lopuszanski.
During 1945-1950 he studied physics at the University of Wrocław. In Wrocław, in 1955 his Doctor of Philosophy at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow.
In the field of quantum field theory, he is most famous as co-author of the Haag-Lopuszanski-Sohnius theorem concerning the possibility of supersymmetry in renormalizable QFT"son In 1950, he received his Master of Arts Since 1947, he was part of regular staff member at the University of Wrocław. In 1968, he became a full professor
During the years 1957-1959, he was the vice dean and during the years 1962-1965, was dean of the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.
From 1970 to 1984, he was director of the Institute of Theoretical Physics (Instytut Fizyki Teoretycznej Uniwersytet Wroclawski). From 1960 onward, he held the chair for mathematical methods in physics until he retired in 1994.
He had visiting professorships in Utrecht, New York University, Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey, State University of New York at Stony Brook, University of Göttingen, Bielefeld, Max Planck Institute in Munich, European Organization of Nuclear Research in Geneva and International Centre for Theoretical Physics in Trieste. He wrote about 80 original professional papers, 40 review articles and 5 major textbooks.
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Member Polish Academy of Sciences (permanent), Polish Academy Arts and Sciences in Crakow (correspondent), Polish Physical Society, Association of Members of Institute for Advanced Study Princeton, International Association Mathematical Physics, International Union Pure and Applied Physics.
Married Halina Emilia Pidek, July 14, 1956 (divorced 1968). 1 child, Maciej; Barbara Zaslonka, April 14, 1969.