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Frank Wilczek

1951-
EE.UU.
Física

co-discovered ``asymptotic freedom'' in non-Abelian gauge theories; contributed to the study of ``anyons'' (particle-like excitations in two-dimensional systems that obey ``fractional statistics'')
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Steven Chu

1948-
EE.UU.
Física

developed the Doppler cooling method of using laser light (optical molasses) to cool gases and capturing the chilled atoms in a magneto-optical trap (MOT)
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Nathan Isgur

1947-2001
EE.UU.
Física

contributed to understanding the quark structure of baryon resonances; discovered a new symmetry of nature that describes the behavior of heavy quarks
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Gerd Binnig

1947-
Alemania
Física

co-designed the scanning tunneling microscope (STM), a type of microscope in which a fine conducting probe is held close the surface of a sample
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Howard Georgi

1947-
EE.UU.
Física

co-developed the SU(5) and SO(10) grand unified theories of all elementary particle forces; developed the modern QCD-inspired quark model; helped develop the modern theory of perturbative QCD
176 John_Forbes_Nash,_Jr._1576.jpg
John Forbes Nash, Jr.

1928-
EE.UU.
Matemáticas

Nash embedding theorem
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Klaus von Klitzing

1943-
Alemania
Física

discovered the quantized Hall effect
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Benjamin Banneker

1731-1806
EE.UU.
Matemáticas

Calculating a solar eclipse
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Toshihide Maskawa

1940-
Japón
Física

contributed to theoretical understanding of CP-violation; co-discovered the origin of the broken symmetry that predicts the existence of at least three families of quarks
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Michael Stonebraker

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Ciencias De La Computación

Researcher at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) who revolutionized the field of database management systems (DBMSs) and founded multiple successful database companies

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