Paul Wiegmann

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Paul Wiegmann
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Paul Wiegmann
Born (1952-11-08) November 8, 1952 (age 64)
Ryazan, Russia
Nationality Russian
Fields Theoretical Physics
Institutions University of Chicago
Alma mater Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, 1975
Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics, 1984
Doctoral advisor Anatoly Larkin
Known for Exact Solution of Kondo model, O(3) Non-linear Sigma Model

Paul B. Wiegmann (Павел Борисович Вигман) is a Russian physicist. He is the Robert W. Reneker Distinguished Service Professor in the Department of Physics at the University of Chicago, James Franck Institute and Enrico Fermi Institute.[1] He specializes in theoretical condensed matter physics. He made pioneering contributions to the field of quantum integrable systems. He found exact solutions of O(3) Non-linear Sigma Model, (Wiegmann 1985), Wess–Zumino–Witten model (together with Alexander Polyakov), Anderson impurity model and Kondo model.[2]

Notable Achievements and Scientific Recognition[edit]

In 2003, Paul Wiegmann was elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society, the official citation [3] indicating that the recognition was "For exact solutions of models of interacting electronic systems and quantum field theory, including the multi-channel Kondo problem and the Anderson model for magnetic impurities."

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Publications[edit]

According to the Inspire High-Energy Physics [5] database, Paul Wiegmann's author profile includes more than 2700 citations, several very well-known papers and famous papers, and over 45 citations per article.

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