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  1. Eugene Paul "E. P." Wigner (Hungarian: Wigner Jenő Pál, pronounced [ˈviɡnɛr ˈjɛnøː ˈpaːl]; November 17, 1902 – January 1, 1995) was a Hungarian-American theoretical physicist who also contributed to mathematical physics.

  2. También se reunió con sus compañeros estudiantes húngaros Eugene Paul Wigner, John von Neumann y Dennis Gabor. [15] Su tesis doctoral en termodinámica Über die thermodynamischen Schwankungserscheinungen (Sobre la manifestación de fluctuaciones termodinámicas), fue elogiada por Einstein, y obtuvo los máximos honores en 1922.

  3. In the 1960s, Eugene Wigner reformulated the "Schrödinger's cat" thought experiment as "Wigner's friend" and proposed that the consciousness of an observer is the demarcation line that precipitates collapse of the wave function, independent of any realist interpretation.

  4. The University at Albany is the premier public research university in New York’s Capital Region and offers more than 17,000 students the expansive opportunities of a large university in an environment designed to foster individual success.

  5. The Wigner–Seitz cell, named after Eugene Wigner and Frederick Seitz, is a primitive cell which has been constructed by applying Voronoi decomposition to a crystal lattice. It is used in the study of crystalline materials in crystallography .

  6. Eugene Paul Wigner Estados Unidos «por sus contribuciones a las teorías del núcleo atómico y de las partículas elementales y, en particular, el descubrimiento y aplicación de estas mediante los principios fundamentales de simetría». Maria Goeppert-Mayer «por sus descubrimientos relacionados con la estructura nuclear de capas».

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