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world scientific presents physics titles by nobel laureates scientific works of shoichi sakata and commentaries edited by toshihide maskawa nagoya university japan s sakata 1911 – 1970 was an outstanding leader of japanese physicists and produced many important papers on science as well as its methodology he developed the meson theory with h yukawa and obtained his phd in 1941 in 1942 he proposed the “two-meson theory” with t inoue and was appointed to a professorship in nagoya university where he stayed for the rest of his career in 1955 he proposed a composite model for hadrons the sakata model that became the inspiration for the later cabibbo – kobayashi – maskawa matrix of 1973 which led to the nobel prize in physics for t maskawa and m kobayashi in 1962 he proposed the maki – nakagawa – sakata matrix with z maki and m nakagawa this theory was important in understanding the phenomenon of neutrino mixing and was established

world scientific presents physics titles by nobel laureates time in powers of ten selected papers of chen ning yang ii by gerard ‘t hooft stefan vandoren utrecht university the netherlands translated by saskia eisberg ‘t hooft by chen ning yang tsinghua university chinese university of hong kong with a foreword by steven weinberg “the book reveals the extraordinary complexity of our universe — it is a fascinating journey.” “prof yang’s achievements certainly has a great deal to reflect upon and propound such as attested to by his many speeches on different occasions and contributions to various publications which make up slightly more than one-third of the book among the 47 articles included close to a quarter are original research papers.” cern courier international journal of modern physics a natural phenomena and their timescales with commentaries “the authors have compiled a refreshing mix of historical anecdotes and

world scientific imperial college press annual review of cold atoms and molecules volume 3 playing with planets annual review of cold atoms and molecules by gerard ‘t hooft university of utrecht the netherlands “i much enjoyed wandering the world following this enquiring and original mind.” volume 3 honorary advisors claude cohen-tannoudji yiqiu wang cern courier edited by kirk w madison university of british columbia canada kai bongs university of birmingham uk lincoln d carr colorado school of mines usa ana maria rey jila university of colorado usa hui zhai tsinghua university china the aim of this book is to contain review articles describing the latest theoretical and experimental developments in the field of cold atoms and molecules our hope is that this series will promote research by both highlighting recent breakthroughs and by outlining some of the most promising research directions in the field contents strongly interacting two-dimensional fermi gases

world scientific presents physics titles by nobel laureates 50 years of yang-mills theory edited by gerardus ‘t hooft utrecht university the netherlands superconductivity revised edition by v l ginzburg e a andryushin p n lebedev physics institute russia “it was a brilliant idea to signal the 50th birthday of yang-mills theory by gathering together a wide range of articles by leading experts on many aspects of the subject the result is a most handsome tribute of both historical and current interest and a substantial addition to the existing literature this unusual and elegant festschrift is a treat for theorists.” “first written in 1989 this non-technical introduction to superconductivity has now been published as a revised edition written in a lively style the book provides an excellent background for students at school or college without recourse to mathematics one of the authors ginzburg received the nobel prize for physics in 2003.” cern courier

world scientific imperial college press facts and mysteries in elementary particle physics statistical mechanics of membranes and surfaces by martinus j g veltman university of michigan ann arbor usa nikhef the netherlands 2nd edition “veltman gives an excellent impression of how science works and how the desire to penetrate into the unknown is what fires the enthusiasm of scientists he also manages to explain the most abstract intricacies of particle theory without using any mathematics whatsoever i can fully recommend this book to students and interested lay readers who will gain a fascinating insight into the sub-nuclear world — from a theoretical experimental and personal point of view.” edited by d nelson harvard university usa t piran hebrew university israel s weinberg university of texas at austin usa “the additional chapters added for the second edition highlight some of the new results consequences of anisotropy and place the older

world scientific presents physics titles by nobel laureates john s bell on the foundations of quantum mechanics series in modern condensed matter physics vol 8 simple views on condensed matter edited by m bell cern k gottfried cornell m veltman university of michigan ann arbor expanded edition this book is the most complete collection of john s bell’s research papers review articles and lecture notes on the foundations of quantum mechanics some of this material has hitherto been difficult to access the book also appears in a paperback edition aimed at students and young researchers “this book surely satisfies the requirements of those interested in this field of physics on the whole i think that this book can give especially to a young reader a certain feeling about the enthusiam and novelty of condensed matter research during the last three decades.” this volume will be very useful to researchers in the foundations and applications of quantum mechanics

world scientific imperial college press world scientific lecture notes in physics vol 58 world scientific series in 20th century physics vol 18 lectures on the theory of solids with commentary concepts in solids selected works of hans a bethe by p w anderson princeton by hans a bethe cornell these lecture notes constitute a course on a number of central concepts of solid state physics — classification of solids band theory the developments in oneelectron band theory in the presence of perturbation effective hamiltonian theory elementary excitations and the various types of collective elementary excitation excitons spin waves and phonons the fermi liquid ferromagnetic spin waves antiferromagnetic spin waves and the theory of broken symmetry “physicists of all ages and specialties will find much here to englighten them about the astounding growth in our understanding of the physical universe in the last 70 years in the original words of a master contributor to that

world scientific presents physics titles by nobel laureates world scientific series in 20th century physics vol 9 quantum mechanics high energy physics and accelerators selected papers of john s bell with commentary edited by m bell cern k gottfried cornell m veltman univ michigan ann arbor “the bell book contains 93 of his 147 publications bell published more in conference proceedings and special issues and less in regular journals which is what makes such greatest hits packages useful.” physics world “anybody knows j s bell from his inequality but that his engagement in fundamental questions of quantum physics and philososphy was much broader one can learn from this book.” mathematics abstracts readership physicists and philosophers of science 952pp sep 1995 978-981-02-2115-7 us$158 £104 order form world scientific series in 20th century physics vol 6 research on particle imaging detectors edited by georges charpak cern much instrumentation has