Tsao Chang

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Tsao Chang (Chinese: 张操 born 1942 in Shanghai, China) is a Chinese-American physicist.[1]

Chang has taught physics and conducted research on the theory of space and time more than 40 years in China ane the United States.

Physics career[edit]

In 1965 Chang graduated from Fudan University, China with a degree in Nuclear physics. Chinadaily's interview

Tsao Chang has taught electrodynamics and modern physics in China and the United States.

From 1980—1982, he was a visiting scholar in the Physics department at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

He taught in the Department of Physics, Shanghai University of Science and Technology from 1982—1985.

In 1985—1989, Chang was a visiting professor in Utah State University and the University of Alabama in the United States.[citation needed]

His research areas cover superluminal neutrinos and the theory of relativity.http://en.scientificcommons.org/tsao_chang

He has produced more than 20 research papers and two books.[2]

From 1989—2002 he conducted research on space physics in the University of Alabama.

In an international conference "in early 1985, T. Chang predicted neutrinos may be Superluminal particles".[3]

Since 2002, his research has centered on the theory of space and time.[citation needed]

Published works[edit]

  • Chang, Tsao. (1979) "A New Approach to Study the Superluminal Motion".[4]
  • Chang, Tsao. (1986) "Does a Free Tachyon Exist?" In paper concluded that the neutrino is a very possible candidate for a tachyon.[5]
  • Chang, Tsao. (1979). "Maxwell Equations in Anisotropic Space", Phys. Lett. 70A.[6]
  • Chang, Tsao with D.G. Torr and D.R. Gagnon. (1988). "A modified Lorentz Theory as a Test Theory of Special Relativity", Found. Phys. Lett, 1 (1988),353.[7]
  • Chang, Tsao and D. G. Torr. (1990). "A Tentative Explanation of Cosmological Red Shift", Paired and Interacting Galaxies, NASA Conference Publication 3098, P.491.[8]
  • Chang, Tsao and G-j. Ni. (2002). "An explanation of negative mass-square of neutrinos", Fizika B (zagreb), 11 (2002) 49.[9]
  • Chang, Tsao. (2002). "Parity Violation and Neutrino Mass", Nuclear Science Technology, vol. 13, No. 3. (2002) 129.[10]
  • Ni, G-j. and Tsao Chang. (2001). "Is Neutrino a Superluminal Particle?"[11]
  • Chang, Tsao. "A Dirac-type equation for spacelike neutrinos."[13]
  • Chang, Tsao. "A proposed gravitodynamic theory."[14]
  • Chang, Tsao. (2011). "Research on the theory of space and time - Try to go beyond the theory of relativity" (in Chinese).[15]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tsao Chang Hudong. (Chinese). Retrieved December 26, 2011.
  2. ^ Tsao Chang, "Research on the theory of Space and Time"
  3. ^ T. Chang,"Does a free tachyon exist ?", Proceedings of the Sir A. Eddington Centenary Symposium, (1986), Vol. 3, Gravitational Radiation and Relativity", p.431.
  4. ^ T. Chang, "A New Approach to Study the Superluminal Motion", J. Phys. (1979), A 12, L203;
  5. ^ T. Chang, "Does a free tachyon exist ?", Proceedings of the Sir A. Eddington Centenary Symposium, (1986), Vol. 3, "Gravitational Radiation and Relativity", p. 431.
  6. ^ T. Chang, Maxwell Equations in Anisotropic Space, Phys. Lett. 70A, (1979),1.
  7. ^ T. Chang, D.G. Torr and D.R. Gagnon, A modified Lorentz Theory as a Test Theory of Special Relativity, Found. Phys.Lett, 1 (1988),353.
  8. ^ T. Chang and D. G. Torr, "A Tentative Explanation of Cosmological Red Shift", Paired and Interacting Galaxies, NASA Conference Publication 3098, P.491 (1990).
  9. ^ T. Chang and G-j. Ni, "An explanation of negative mass-square of neutrinos", e-print hep-ph/0009291 , Fizika B (zagreb),11 (2002) 49.
  10. ^ Tsao Chang, Parity Violation and a Preferred Frame, arXiv:quant-ph/0204002.
  11. ^ G-j. Ni and T. Chang, "Is Neutrino a Superluminal Particle ?", hep-ph/0103051 (2001); G-j. Ni Journal of Shanxi Normal University, 29, No.3 (2001) 1.
  12. ^ T. Chang, Parity Violation and Neutrino Mass ,Nuclear Sci. Tech., vol.13, No. 3. (2002) 129. arXiv:hep-ph/0208239
  13. ^ Tsao Chang, A Dirac-type equation for spacelike neutrinos, arXiv:quant-ph/0103124.
  14. ^ T. Chang, A proposed gravitodynamic theory, arXiv:gr-qc/9703049
  15. ^ Tsao Chang, "Research on the theory of Space and Time --- Try to go beyond the theory of relativity", Shanghai Science and Tech. Press, (2011-10).