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  2. Yang Chen-Ning - Wikipedia

    Yang Chen-Ning or Chen-Ning Yang (Chinese: 杨振宁; pinyin: Yáng Zhènníng; born 1 October 1922), also known as C. N. Yang or by the English name Frank Yang, is a Chinese theoretical physicist who made significant contributions to statistical mechanics, integrable systems, gauge theory, and both particle physics and condensed matter physics. He and Tsung-Dao Lee received the 1957 Nobel Prize in Physics for their work on parity non-conservation of weak interaction. The two proposed that ...

  3. Chen Ning Yang | Biography, Nobel Prize, & Facts | Britannica

    Chen Ning Yang, byname Frank Yang, (born September 22, 1922, Hofei, Anhwei, China), Chinese-born American theoretical physicist whose research with Tsung-Dao Lee showed that parity —the symmetry between physical phenomena occurring in right-handed and left-handed coordinate systems—is violated when certain elementary particles decay.

  4. Chen Ning Yang – Biographical -

    Dr. Yang is a quiet, modest, and affable physicist; he met his wife Chih Li Tu while teaching mathematics at her high school in China. He is a hard worker allowing himself very little leisure time. This autobiography/biography was written at the time of the award and later published in the book series Les Prix Nobel/ Nobel Lectures / The Nobel Prizes .

  5. Yang Chen Ning–The Most Influential Physicist of Our Time

    Yang Chen Ning–The Most Influential Physicist of Our Time. Passing through the Old Gate, you can see the early buildings of Tsinghua University. Visitors from all over the country and all over the...

  6. Chen Ning Yang – Facts -

    Chen Ning Yang The Nobel Prize in Physics 1957 Born: 22 September 1922, Hofei, Anhwei, China Affiliation at the time of the award: Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ, USA Prize motivation: “for their penetrating investigation of the so-called parity laws which has led to important discoveries regarding the elementary particles”

  7. Chen Ning Yang Albert Einstein Professor Emeritus Nobel Laureate in Physics Vitae; Biographical Sketch (Nobel Foundation) Biography of C.N. Yang by Bing-An Li and Yuefan Deng [translated from a Chinese article which first appeared in <<Biographies of Contemporary Chinese Scientists>> vol.3 (1992)] [Chinese version]

  8. C.N. Yang: Vitae - Stony Brook University

    Chen Ning Yang Date of Birth: September 22, 1922 Place of Birth: Hefei, Anwhei, China Citizenship: United States Present positions: Albert Einstein Professor of Physics State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA 1966 to 1999, Emeritus 1999 - Distinguished Professor-at-large, Chinese University of Hong Kong 1986 - Professor

  9. Celebrating Chen Ning Yang at 100 - IAS News | Institute for...

    Celebrating Chen Ning Yang at 100. Shelby White and Leon Levy Archives Center. Tsung Dao Lee (left) and Chen Ning Yang at a blackboard in an Institute office. The Institute for Advanced Study extends well wishes to former Mathematics/Natural Sciences Faculty member Chen Ning Yang on his 100th birthday. Yang first arrived at IAS in 1949, when then-Director J. Robert Oppenheimer welcomed a new class of young physicists to the Institute.

  10. Chen Ning Yang, 杨振宁‬ - ‪Google Scholar

    Chen Ning Yang, 杨振宁 ... TD Lee, K Huang, CN Yang. Physical Review 106 (6), 1135, 1957. 1510: 1957: One-dimensional chain of anisotropic spin-spin interactions. CN Yang, CP Yang. Physics Letters 20 (1), 9-10, 1966. 1346 * 1966: One-Dimensional Chain of Anisotropic Spin-Spin Interactions. I. Proof of Bethe's Hypothesis for Ground State in a ...

  11. Yang Chen-Ning - Wikiquote

    Yang Chen-Ning ( simplified Chinese: 杨振宁; pinyin: Yang Zhènníng; born 1 October 1922), is a Chinese theoretical physicist, known for his research on parity violation in weak interactions, Yang–Mills theory, and the Yang–Baxter equation. He shared the 1957 Nobel Prize in Physics with Tsung-Dao Lee . Quotes