Jayme Tiomno (April 16, 1920 in Rio de Janeiro – January 12, 2011 in Rio de Janeiro), was a Brazilian experimental and theoretical physicist with interests in particle physics and general relativity. He was member of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences and a recipient of the Brazilian Order of Scientific Merit. He was the son of Jewish Russian immigrants.
J. A. Wheeler and J. Tiomno, "Energy spectrum of electrons from meson decay," Reviews of Modern Physics 21, 144-152 (1949).
J. A. Wheeler and J. Tiomno, "Charge-exchange reaction of the μ-meson with the nucleus," Reviews of Modern Physics 21, 153-165 (1949).
C. N. Yang and J. Tiomno, "Reflection properties of spin 1/2 fields and a universal Fermi-type interaction," Physical Review 79, 495-498 (1950).
J. Tiomno, "Non conservation of parity and the Universal Fermi Interaction," Il Nuovo Cimento 6, 912-916 (1957).
J. Tiomno, A. L. L. Videira and N. Zagury, "Possible existence of a new (K') meson," Physical Review Letters 6, 120-123 (1961).
M. J. Reboucas and J. Tiomno, Homogeneity of Riemannian space-times of Gödel type. Physical Review D, vol. 28, p. 1251-1264 (1983).
M. J. Reboucas and J. Tiomno, A class of homogeneous Gödel type models. Il Nuovo Cimento B, vol.90, p. 204-210,1985 (1985).
I. Soares, M. Galvão and J. Tiomno, "Geodesics in Gödel-type space-times," General Relative and Gravitation 22, 683-705 (1990).
B. Figueiredo, I. D. Soares and J. Tiomno, "Gravitational coupling of Klein-Gordon and Dirac particles to matter vorticity and space-time torsion," Classical and Quantum Gravity 9, 1593-1617 (1992).
- Jayme Tiomno Biography. Brazilian Academy of Sciences.
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