Efim Fradkin

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Efim Samoilovich Fradkin (Russian: Ефим Самойлович Фрадкин) (November 30, 1924 – May 25, 1999) was a Russian physicist.[1]

Fradkin was born in Schedrin near Zhlobin (now Belarus), then in the Soviet Union, in 1924.

He was awarded the USSR State Prize in 1953 (Stalin Prize of First Degree), Igor Tamm Prize of the USSR Academy of Sciences in 1980, and the Dirac Prize of ICTP in 1989.[1]