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 Russian immigrants.
He was a founder of the CBPF - Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Físicas(Brazilian Center of Physics Research) and one responsible for the creation of the SBF - Sociedade Brasileira de Física (Brazilian Physics Society).
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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