# Feza Gürsey

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(Suggest an Edit or Addition)According to Wikipedia, Feza Gürsey was a Turkish mathematician and physicist. Among his contributions to theoretical physics, his work on the chiral model and on SU symmetry of the quark model are the most well-known. Early life Feza Gürsey was born on April 7, 1921, in Istanbul, to Reşit Süreyya Gürsey, a military physician, and Remziye Hisar, a chemist and a pioneering Turkish scientist. He graduated from Galatasaray High School in 1940, and received his degree in Mathematics – Physics from Istanbul University in 1944.

## Feza Gürsey's Published Works

### Published Works

- A Universal Gauge Theory Model Based on E6 (1976) (465)
- Spin and unitary spin independence of strong interactions (1964) (389)
- Quark structure and octonions (1973) (319)
- Group theoretical concepts and methods in elementary particle physics : lectures of the Istanbul Summer School of Theoretical Physics, July 16 - August 4, 1962 (1965) (283)
- On the Role of Division, Jordan and Related Algebras in Particle Physics (1996) (271)
- Group theory approach to scattering (1983) (238)
- Lorentz covariant treatment of the Kerr--Schild geometry (1975) (188)
- E(7) as a Universal Gauge Group (1976) (146)
- Potential scattering, transfer matrix, and group theory (1983) (139)
- Relation of charge independence and baryon conservation to Pauli’s transformation (1958) (134)
- On the symmetries of strong and weak interactions (1960) (119)
- Complex and quaternionic analyticity in chiral and gauge theories, I☆ (1980) (116)
- Quark statistics and octonions (1974) (115)
- On a conform-invariant spinor wave equation (1956) (107)
- Generalized Vector Products, Duality and Octonionic Identities in $D=8$ Geometry (1984) (95)
- Classical statistical mechanics of a rectilinear assembly (1950) (95)
- Group theory approach to scattering. II. The euclidean connection (1986) (83)
- Unified Formulation of Effective Nonlinear Pion-Nucleon Lagrangians (1967) (75)
- On the structure and parity of weak interaction currents (1961) (68)
- Reformulation of general relativity in accordance with Mach's principle (1963) (67)
- Group theory approach to scattering. IV: Solvable potentials associated with SO(2, 2) (1989) (62)
- SPIN (1/2) WAVE EQUATION IN DE-SITTER SPACE. (1963) (58)
- Algebraic treatment of effective supersymmetry (1985) (56)
- Group theory of the Morse oscillator (1983) (55)
- Octonionic torsion on S7 and englert's compactification of d=11 supergravity (1983) (46)
- E6 gauge field theory model revisited (1981) (41)
- Relativistic kinematics of a classical point particle in spinor form (1957) (36)
- Self-duality and octonionic analyticity of S7-valued antisymmetric fields in eight dimensions (1986) (35)
- Noncommutative geometry and Higgs mechanism in the standard model (1991) (33)
- SUPER POINCARÉ GROUPS AND DIVISION ALGEBRAS (1987) (32)
- New realizations of hadronic supersymmetry (1988) (30)
- OCTONIONIC REPRESENTATIONS OF SO(8) AND ITS SUBGROUPS AND COSETS (1991) (28)
- Symmetries in Particle Physics (1984) (27)
- SPACE-TIME PROPERTIES AND INTERNAL SYMMETRIES OF STRONG INTERACTIONS (1959) (24)
- Derivation of the string equation of motion in general relativity (1975) (23)
- The graded Lie groups SU(2,2/1) and OSp(1/4) (1978) (21)
- Applications of quaternions to field equations (1950) (20)
- Equivalent formulations of the SU6 group for quarks (1965) (20)
- Approximate Symmetries in the Two-Neutrino Theory (1962) (20)
- Octonionic structures in particle physics (1979) (17)
- Operator Treatment of the Gel'fand‐Naimark Basis for SL (2, C) (1972) (17)
- Quaternionic multi S4 ≃ HP(1) gravitational and chiral instantons☆ (1979) (14)
- LEPTON PAIRINGS IN THE TWO-NEUTRINO THEORY (1961) (14)
- COULOMB SCATTERING OF POLARIZED ELECTRONS (1957) (13)
- Spontaneous symmetry breaking and nonlinear invariant Lagrangians: Applications to SU(2) x U(1) and OSp(1/4) (1978) (13)
- Algebraic methods and quark structure (1975) (12)
- Gravitation and cosmic expansion in conformal space-time (1953) (11)
- Connection Between Dirac's Electron and a Classical Spinning Particle (1955) (10)
- Effective Hamiltonian of the relativistic quark model (1991) (10)
- Symmetry Breaking Patterns in E 6 (1980) (9)
- The algebraic structure of BRST quantization (1986) (9)
- Lattices Generated by Discrete Jordan Algebras (1988) (8)
- Conformal invariance and field theory in two dimensions (1973) (7)
- Dyson representation of SU(3) in terms of five boson operators (1984) (7)
- Six-quark model for the suppression of $delta$S = 1 neutral currents (1975) (7)
- General relativistic interpretation of some spinor wave equations (1957) (7)
- Algebra of Spin Currents and the Relativistic Formulation of SU(6) (1967) (7)
- On the group structure of elementary particles (1958) (6)
- Erratum to: General chiralSU2×SU2 Lagrangian and representation mixing (1974) (6)
- Quaternion analyticity and conformally Kählerian structure in Euclidean gravity (1984) (6)
- The BRST charge operator as a generator of nonlinear transformations of the constraint superalgebra (1987) (5)
- Euclidean space-time diffeomorphisms and their Fueter subgroups (1992) (5)
- Non-Linear Lagranian models invariant under the generalized chiral groups SL(4, C) and SL(12, C) (1968) (5)
- Possible Connection Between Strangeness and Parity (1958) (5)
- Hadronic superalgebra from skyrmion operators (1989) (4)
- Some nonlinear lagrangian models combining chiral symmetry and spin independence (1969) (4)
- Charge Space, Exceptional Observables and Groups (1976) (3)
- A Dirac algebraic approach to supersymmetry (1983) (3)
- Quaternion analyticity in field theory (1978) (3)
- Group theory approach to relativistic scattering (1989) (3)
- High energy physics, 1985 : proceedings of the Yale Theoretical Advanced Study Institute (1986) (3)
- A THREE-DIMENSIONAL MODEL WITH A KINK AND A HIGGS MECHANISM (1983) (3)
- Symmetries of Quarks and Leptons (1979) (2)
- Effective lagrangians at high energy (1969) (2)
- General supersymmetric equations involving unconstrained chiral superfields (1984) (2)
- Scattering and transfer in some group theoretical potentials (1983) (2)
- Extensions of some infinite algebras in space‐time (1991) (2)
- Some algebraic structures in particle theory (1978) (2)
- Strings and symmetries : proceedings of the Gürsey Memorial Conference I held at Istanbul, Turkey, 6-10 June 1994 (1995) (1)
- Some special Kerr-Schild metrics (1977) (1)
- Exceptional groups and elementary particles (1976) (1)
- Composite Skyrme model (1990) (1)
- SPONTANEOUS BREAKING OF EXCEPTIONAL GROUPS (1977) (1)
- Generalized chiral symmetry groups and the classification of hadrons (1969) (0)
- Geometrization of Unified Fields (1981) (0)
- Empirical mass formulae, Schwinger’s quantum numbers and nonleptonic decays (1969) (0)
- Nonlinear realizations of brokenSU3×SU3 for pseudoscalar mesons (1972) (0)
- Of Trials and Errors (1977) (0)
- Nonlinear realizations of brokenSU3×SU3 for pseudoscalar mesons (1972) (0)
- Laudatio for Professor Francesco Iachello (1991) (0)
- Division, Jordan Algebras and Extended Objects (1996) (0)
- CHIRAL LAGRANGIAN WITH VECTOR MESONS AND SOLITON ANSATZ TO THE SU(4) SKYRME MODEL (1991) (0)

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