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  1. Frank Anthony Wilczek (/ ˈ v ɪ l tʃ ɛ k / or / ˈ w ɪ l tʃ ɛ k /; born May 15, 1951) is an American theoretical physicist, mathematician and Nobel laureate.

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  3. Frank Wilczek - Wikipedia

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    Frank Anthony Wilczek (/ ˈ v ɪ l tʃ ɛ k / or / ˈ w ɪ l tʃ ɛ k /; born May 15, 1951) is an American theoretical physicist, mathematician and Nobel laureate.

  4. Frank Wilczek | Biography, Nobel Prize, Books, & Facts

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    Frank Wilczek, (born May 15, 1951, New York, New York, U.S.), American physicist who, with David J. Gross and H. David Politzer, was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics in 2004 for discoveries regarding the strong force—the nuclear force that binds together quarks (the smallest building blocks of matter) and holds together the nucleus of the ...

  5. Frank Wilczek » MIT Physics

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    Professor Frank Wilczek is considered one of the world’s most eminent theoretical physicists. He is known, among other things, for the discovery of asymptotic freedom, the development of quantum chromodynamics, the invention of axions, and the discovery and exploitation of new forms of quantum statistics (anyons).

  6. Frank Wilczek – Biographical - NobelPrize.org

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    Biographical. The most deeply formative events of my scientific career long preceded my first contact with the research community; indeed, some of them preceded my birth. My grandparents emigrated from Europe in the aftermath of World War I, as young teenagers; on my father’s side they came from Poland and on my mother’s side from Italy ...

  7. Frank Wilczek – Facts - NobelPrize.org

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    Frank Wilczek The Nobel Prize in Physics 2004 . Born: 15 May 1951, New York, NY, USA . Affiliation at the time of the award: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA, USA . Prize motivation: “for the discovery of asymptotic freedom in the theory of the strong interaction” Prize share: 1/3

  8. Frank Wilczek‬ - ‪Google Scholar

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    Frank Wilczek Professor of Physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology No verified email Asymptotic Freedom Quantum chromodynamics Quantum Statistics ‪Professor of Physics at the...

  9. Ten “keys to reality” from Nobel laureate Frank Wilczek

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    In his book, “Fundamentals: Ten Keys to Reality,” MIT physicist and Nobel laureate Frank Wilczek distills scientists’ understanding of the physical world into 10 philosophical themes, using the fundamental theories of physics to reframe ideas of space, time, and our place in the universe.

  10. About Frank Wilczek | Frank Wilczek

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    Frank Wilczek has received many prizes for his work in physics, including the Nobel Prize of 2004 for work he did as a graduate student at Princeton University, when he was only 21 years old. He is known, among other things, for the discovery of asymptotic freedom, the development of quantum chromodynamics, the invention of axions, and the ...

  11. Frank Wilczek - Wikiwand

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    Frank Anthony Wilczek ( / ˈvɪltʃɛk / or / ˈwɪltʃɛk /; born May 15, 1951) is an American theoretical physicist, mathematician and Nobel laureate. He is currently the Herman Feshbach Professor of Physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Founding Director of T. D. Lee Institute and Chief Scientist at the Wilczek Quantum ...

  12. ASU's Frank Wilczek receives 2022 Templeton Prize

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    Frank Wilczek is the 2022 recipient of the Templeton Prize. Wilczek explores the deepest questions of the universe and humankind’s place and purpose within it. Photo by Michael Clark. A Distinguished Professor in ASU's Department of Physics, Wilczek won the Nobel Prize in 2004 for his early-career work establishing the fundamental theory of ...