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These colloquia featured such luminaries as Max Planck, Max von Laue, Rudolf Ladenburg, Werner Heisenberg, Walther Nernst, Wolfgang Pauli, and Albert Einstein. Wigner worked at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry (now the Fritz Haber Institute), and there he met Michael Polanyi, who became, after László Rátz, Wigner's greatest teacher.

Polanyi supervised Wigner's DSc thesis, Bildung und Zerfall von Molekülen ("Formation and Decay of Molecules").

Wigner–d'Espagnat inequality Gabor–Wigner transform Wigner's theorem Jordan–Wigner transformation Newton–Wigner localization Wigner-Inonu contraction Wigner–Seitz cell Wigner–Seitz radius Thomas-Wigner rotation Wigner–Weyl transform Wigner-Wilkins Spectra 6-j symbol 9-j symbol Medal for Merit (1946) Franklin Medal (1950) Enrico Fermi Award (1958) Atoms for Peace Award (1959) Max Planck Medal (1961) Nobel Prize in Physics (1963) National Medal of Science (1969) Albert Einstein Award (1972) Wigner Medal (1978); November 17, 1902 – January 1, 1995), was a Hungarian-American theoretical physicist, engineer and mathematician.

He received half of the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1963 "for his contributions to the theory of the atomic nucleus and the elementary particles, particularly through the discovery and application of fundamental symmetry principles".

The representation of a symmetry group on a Hilbert space is either an ordinary representation or a projective representation.

In the late 1930s, Wigner extended his research into atomic nuclei.

Wigner participated in a meeting with Leo Szilard and Albert Einstein that resulted in the Einstein-Szilard letter, which prompted President Franklin D.

Roosevelt to initiate the Manhattan Project to develop atomic bombs.

His parents sent him to live for six weeks in a sanatorium in the Austrian mountains, before the doctors concluded that the diagnosis was mistaken.

The theorem specifies how physical symmetries such as rotations, translations, and CPT symmetry are represented on the Hilbert space of states.

According to the theorem, any symmetry transformation is represented by a linear and unitary or antilinear and antiunitary transformation of Hilbert space.

Wigner was afraid that the German nuclear weapon project would develop an atomic bomb first.

During the Manhattan Project, he led a team whose task was to design nuclear reactors to convert uranium into weapons grade plutonium.