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Climbing the MountainThe Scientific Biography of Julian Schwinger$

Jagdish Mehra and Kimball Milton

Print publication date: 2003

Print ISBN-13: 9780198527459

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: February 2010

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198527459.001.0001

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(p.639) APPENDIX B PhD students of Julian Schwinger

(p.639) APPENDIX B PhD students of Julian Schwinger

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Name (Year of dissertation)

Title of dissertation

Richard L. Arnowitt (1952)

The hyperfine structure of hydrogen

Raphael Aronson (1951)

Photon isobars and high energy proton–proton scattering

Marshall Baker (1957)

Determinantal methods applied to meson–nucleon collisions

Pradip M. Bakshi(1962)

Expectation value formalism for quantum field theory and high energy processes

Stephen Robert Barone (1967)

Application of field theoretic methods to some topics in quantum electronics

Gordon Alan Baym (1960)

Field theoretic approach to the properties of the solid state

Jeremy Bernstein1 (1955)

Electromagnetic properties of the deuteron

David George Boulware (1962)

Aspects of the foundations of quantum electrodynamics

Malcolm K. Brachman (1949)

Relativistic corrections to nucleon magnetic moments

Lowell Severt Brown (1961)

Field theory of unstable fermions and quantum electrodynamics with an intrinsic magnetic moment

Kenneth M. Case (1948)

The magnetic moments of the neutron and proton

Lai-Him Chan (1966)

Phenomenological field theory

Shau-jin Chang (1967)

Selected topics in quantum field theory

Roger E. Clapp(1949)

A variational solution of the nuclear three-body problem

Donald Clark (1994)

Bound states of magnetic charge

Melville Clark (1949)

On the hyperfine structure of deuterium

Frederic deHoffmann (1948)

Neutron-deuteron scattering at high energies

Lester Leroy DeRaad, Jr. (1970)

Some aspects of higher-order source theory

Stanley Deser (1953)

Relativistic two-body interactions

Carl Bryce Seligman (1949)

I. The theory of gravitational interactions


II. The interaction of gravitation with light

Julian Eisenstein (1948)

Part I. An application to the deuteron problem of the variation-iteration method for solving linear differential equations


Part II. Neutron-proton scattering at intermediate and high energies (with Fritz Rohrlich)

Stanley Jay Engelsberg (1960)

Energy losses of fast particles: collective excitations

David S. Falk (1959)

Approximation methods in the theory of Green’s functions

David Feldman (1949)

On the radiative corrections to the Klein-Nishina formula

Sheldon Glashow (1958)

The vector meson in elementary particle decays

Roy J. Glauber (1949)

The relativistic theory of meson fields

Norman Jacob Horing (1963)

Quantum theory of electron gas plasma oscillations in a magnetic field

Lawrence Paul Horwitz (1957)

Low energy applications of meson field theory

Richard John Ivanetich (1969)

Source theory and double spectral forms

Kenneth Alan Johnson (1955)

Quantum electrodynamics of the scalar field

Evangelos Karagiannis (1990)

Radiative polarization of a rotating charge and construction of Green's functions

Julian Keilson (1950)

The splitting of L-shells in heavy nuclei by the tensor interaction

Margaret Galland Kivelson (1957)

Bremsstrahlung of high energy electrons

Abraham Klein (1950)

Part I. Electromagnetic properties of nucleons


Part II. The coupling of a Kemmer field to a Dirac field

Daniel J. Kleitman2 (1958)

Static properties of heavy Fermi particles; deuteron-nucleon scattering at high energies

Walter Kohn (1948)

Collisions of light nuclei

Roger B. Lazarus (1950)

Two-body interactions in Quantum-electrodynamics

Joseph V. Lepore(1948)

Neutron scattering from helium and the polarization of neutrons and protons by scattering

Michael Lieber (1967)

Application of the hidden symmetry group of the non-relativistic hydrogen atom

Bernard Lippmann (1948)

Scattering of slow neutrons by bound protons: a variational calculation

David Dexter Lynch3 (1967)

Expectation value formalism for many-particle systems. Some transport coefficients of an electron gas in a magnetic field

Kalyana T. Mahanthappa (1961)

Multiple production of bosons in quantum field theory

Bertram J. Malenka (1951)

Non-linear meson theory and shell structure

Paul Martin4 (1954)

Bound state problems in electrodynamics

Bruce Howard McCormick (1955)

Two investigations in meson theory in the non-relativistic limit

Eugen Merzbacher (1950)

Higher order effects in beta-decay

Kimball Alan Milton (1971)

Unitarity and vertex functions: some analyses in source theory

Ben R. Mottelson (1950)

The ground state of lithium 6 and lithium 7

Maurice Neuman5 (1949)

On the interactions of mesons with an electromagnetic field

Roger G. Newton (1953)

Radiative corrections to Coulomb scattering

Yee Jack Ng (1974)

Electron-electron scattering and hyperfine structure of positronium

Hwa-tung Nieh(1966)

Selected topics in the phenomenological theory of matter

Alfred Tredway Peaslee, Jr. (1955)

Electrodynamic modes of isomeric decay

Alain Joseph Phares6 (1973)

Schwinger’s modified propagation function and restrictions on the three and four-point vertex functions

Alfred Franz Radkowski (1968)

Some aspects of the source description of gravitation

Robert Barnett Raphael (1954)

Phenomenological methods in nucleon-nucleon scattering

Fritz Rohrlich7 (1948)

Part I. Neutron-proton scattering at intermediate and high energies (with Julian Eisenstein)


Part II. On the configurations d 2 sp d 3 p d 7 p


Part III. The classification of the odd terms in Ti I

Raymond Francis Sawyer (1958)

K mesons and hyperon decays

Charles Michael Sommerfield (1957)

The theory of the magnetic dipole moment of the electron

Adolph Stern (1951)

On a model for exchange magnetic moments in nuclei

Robert Nicol Thorn (1953)

The production of proton pairs

Wu-yang Tsai(1971)

Selected topics in source theory and higher spin theory

Luis Fernando Urrutia (1978)

Selected problems in source theory

Charles Warner III (1958)

Associated production and strong interactions

Robert Lee Warnock (1959)

Approximation methods in the theory of strong interactions

Harold Weitzer (1958)

Hyperon-nucleon interactions

Walter Wilcox (1981)

Calculational aspects of quantum gravity

Gregg Wilensky (1981)

Problems in gravitation and quantum mechanics

Hiroshi Yamauchi (1950)

High energy proton-proton scattering

Tung-mow Yan (1968)

Selected topics in the theory of magnetic charge and the phenomenological theory of particles

York-Peng Edward Yao (1964)

Some aspects of quantum field theory


Charged particles in a homogeneous magnetic field

Ariel Charles Zemach8 (1955)

I. Neutron diffraction


II. Size of the proton magnetization

1 Joint student with Abraham Klein

2 Joint student with Roy Glauber

3 Joint student with Paul Martin

4 Joint student with Roy Glauber

5 Joint student with Wendell Furry

6 Joint student with Richard Ivanetich

7 Joint student with John H. Van Vleck

8 Joint student with Roy Glauber

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