Roman Ulrich Sexl
|Roman Ulrich Sexl|
19 October 1939|
10 July 1986 (aged 46)|
|Alma mater||University of Vienna|
|Known for||contributions to general relativity, textbooks on Special relativity|
|Awards||Richard Wohl price|
|Institutions||University of Vienna, Miami University|
|Doctoral students||Reza Mansouri|
His most cited work is "On the gravitational field of a massless particle" together with Peter C. Aichelburg. Since 1972 he was professor for Cosmology and General Relativity at the University of Vienna. From 1971 to 1975 he was the director of the Institute for Space Exploration at the Austrian Academy of Sciences.
- Relativity (1972)
- Gravitation and Cosmology (1975)
- Relativity, Groups and Particles (1975)
- Aichelburg, Peter C.; Sexl, Roman U. (1979). Albert Einstein: his influence on physics, philosophy and politics. Braunschweig; Wiesbaden: "Published under the auspices of the International Society on General Relativity and Gravitation". ISBN 3-528-08425-1.
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