Harald Fritzsch, who collaborated with Gell-Mann in the early 1970s, describes the steps that led to a full understanding of strong interactions.
Murray Gell-Mann was one of the great geniuses of the 20th century, says Lars Brink, and stands out among other Nobel laureates.
Dieter was a curious physicist with an exceptional talent for novel detector concepts.
She was working on preparations for an RK measurement until her very last days.
Gerber initiated basic research at SIN and later at PSI with his precision experiments on the decay of charged muons – experiments that continue to this day.
A giant of mathematics whose work influenced theoretical high-energy physics.
A leading theoretical accelerator physicist and chair of the beam dynamics panel of the International Committee for Future Accelerators.
A visionary experimental particle physicist and co-founder of the Human Brain Project.
A computing visionary and pioneer, who loved to share his ideas with irrepressible energy.
Lederman’s crowning achievement came in 1962 with the co-discovery of the muon neutrino.