# Sidney Coleman

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## Sidney Coleman's Degrees

- PhD Physics California Institute of Technology

## Why Is Sidney Coleman Influential?

(Suggest an Edit or Addition)According to Wikipedia, Sidney Richard Coleman was an American theoretical physicist noted for his research in high-energy theoretical physics. Life and work Sidney Coleman grew up on the Far North Side of Chicago. In 1957, he received his undergraduate degree from the Illinois Institute of Technology physics department.

## Sidney Coleman's Published Works

### Published Works

- The Fate of the False Vacuum. 1. Semiclassical Theory (1977) (1619)
- STRUCTURE OF PHENOMENOLOGICAL LAGRANGIANS. II. (1969) (1425)
- Quantum sine-Gordon equation as the massive Thirring model (1975) (1259)
- Gravitational Effects on and of Vacuum Decay (1980) (1249)
- All Possible Symmetries of the S Matrix (1967) (1205)
- Fate of the false vacuum. II. First quantum corrections (1977) (969)
- There are no Goldstone bosons in two dimensions (1973) (901)
- High-energy tests of Lorentz invariance (1998) (884)
- A new improved energy-momentum tensor (1970) (769)
- Aspects of Symmetry (1985) (706)
- Why There Is Nothing Rather Than Something: A Theory of the Cosmological Constant (1988) (621)
- More About the Massive Schwinger Model (1976) (551)
- Aspects of symmetry: Selected Erice lectures: Contents (1985) (505)
- The Uses of Instantons (1978) (477)
- Aspects of Symmetry: Selected Erice Lectures (1988) (452)
- Black holes as red herrings: topological fluctuations and the loss of quantum coherence (1988) (425)
- Action minima among solutions to a class of Euclidean scalar field equations (1978) (423)
- Charge shielding and quark confinement in the massive schwinger model (1975) (372)
- Cosmic ray and neutrino tests of special relativity (1997) (336)
- Why dilatation generators do not generate dilatations (1971) (313)
- Chiral-symmetry breakdown in large-N chromodynamics (1980) (267)
- Erratum: Fate of the false vacuum: semiclassical theory (1977) (266)
- Classical Lumps and Their Quantum Descendants (1977) (241)
- Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking in the O(N) Model for Large N (1974) (238)
- Electrodynamic properties of baryons in the unitary symmetry scheme (1961) (234)
- Singularities in the physical region (1965) (221)
- THE MAGNETIC MONOPOLE FIFTY YEARS LATER (1983) (203)
- Price of asymptotic freedom (1973) (176)
- Fate of the False Vacuum: Semiclassical Theory (1988) (166)
- No more corrections to the topological mass term in QED3 (1985) (164)
- Departures from the eightfold way: Theory of strong interaction symmetry breakdown (1964) (162)
- Quantum hair on black holes (1992) (145)
- The evaporation of Q-balls (1986) (134)
- Origin of "Hidden Momentum Forces" on Magnets (1968) (132)
- Quantum Tunneling and Negative Eigenvalues (1988) (132)
- 't Hooft's Consistency Condition as a Consequence of Analyticity and Unitarity (1982) (126)
- WORMHOLES MADE WITHOUT MASSLESS MATTER FIELDS (1990) (108)
- On the prosaic origin of the double poles in the sine-GordonS-matrix (1978) (100)
- Non-Abelian plane waves (1977) (98)
- In The whys of subnuclear physics (1977) (98)
- The Invariance of the Vacuum is the Invariance of the World (1966) (88)
- Secret Symmetry: An Introduction to Spontaneous Symmetry Breakdown and Gauge Fields (1974) (67)
- The Interactions and Excitations of Nonabelian Vortices (1990) (66)
- There are no classical glueballs (1977) (61)
- Can One Dent a Dyon (1977) (60)
- FERMION AVATARS OF THE SUGAWARA MODEL. (1969) (60)
- Zero modes of non-abelian vortices (1991) (58)
- Aspects of symmetry : selected Erice lectures of Sidney Coleman (1985) (56)
- MIXING OF ELEMENTARY PARTICLES (1964) (51)
- What becomes of global color (1984) (51)
- The 1979 nobel prize in physics. (1979) (47)
- Trouble with Relativistic SU ( 6 ) (1965) (46)
- Can a Theory-Laden Observation Test the Theory? (1989) (43)
- Some non-abelian Q-balls (1988) (43)
- Disentangling nonabelian discrete quantum hair (1991) (43)
- DYNAMICAL EFFECT OF QUANTUM HAIR (1991) (37)
- Finiteness of Ricci flatN=2 supersymmetric σ-models (1986) (36)
- The collapse of an anti-de sitter bubble (1985) (31)
- Aspects of symmetry: Selected Erice lectures: The uses of instantons (1985) (31)
- Escape from the menace of the giant wormholes (1989) (29)
- CLASSICAL ELECTRON THEORY FROM A MODERN STANDPOINT (1982) (29)
- Evading the GZK cosmic ray cutoff (1998) (28)
- Aspect of Symmetry (1986) (26)
- Are there geon analogues in sourceless gauge-field theories? (1977) (26)
- JERUSALEM WINTER SCHOOL FOR THEORETICAL PHYSICS QUANTUM COSMOLOGY AND BABY UNIVERSES (2007) (24)
- Design of experiments for non-manufacturing processes: benefits, challenges and some examples (2011) (20)
- Departures from the Eightfold Way. II. Baryon Electromagnetic Masses (1964) (20)
- The Clebsch‐Gordan Series for SU(3) (1964) (18)
- Erratum: ``Interactions and excitations of non-abelian vortices'' [Phys. Rev. Lett. 64, 1632 (1990)] (1990) (18)
- RUNAWAY MODES IN MODEL FIELD THEORIES (1962) (14)
- Quantum cosmology and baby universes : Jerusalem Winter School for Theoretical Physics, Jerusalem, Israel 27 Dec. 89 - 4 Jan. 90 (1991) (14)
- Aspects of symmetry: Selected Erice lectures: Classical lumps and their quantum descendants (1985) (13)
- Notes from Sidney Coleman's Physics 253a: Quantum Field Theory (2011) (11)
- Semiclassical crossing symmetry for semiclassical soliton scattering (1975) (11)
- Big wormholes and little interactions (1990) (9)
- Black holes, wormholes, and the disappearance of global charge (1993) (9)
- Notes from Sidney Coleman's Physics 253a (2011) (9)
- Quantum Mechanics of the Googolplexus (1989) (7)
- Octuplet transformation properties of weak interactions (1964) (7)
- Mass formulas and mass inequalities for reducible unitary multiplets (1964) (7)
- Aspects of symmetry: Selected Erice lectures: Dilatations (1985) (5)
- Aspects of symmetry: Selected Erice lectures: Renormalization and symmetry: a review for non-specialists (1985) (3)
- On partially conserved currents (1963) (2)
- The Past of a Delusion: Attempts to Wed Internal And Space-Time Symmetries (1967) (2)
- FIELD THEORIES WITH INDEFINITE METRIC. (1969) (2)
- IMPROVED ENERGY-MOMENTUM TENSOR. (1971) (2)
- Erratum: The Clebsch‐Gordan Series for SU(3) (1965) (2)
- Aspects of symmetry: Selected Erice lectures: An introduction to unitary symmetry (1985) (2)
- HOW TO BUILD PHENOMENOLOGICAL LAGRANGIANS. (1968) (2)
- An introduction to unitary symmetry (1967) (1)
- A theory of everything. (1994) (1)
- Conceptual foundations of quantum field theory: Panel discussion (1999) (1)
- Y*$sup +$$sub 1$-Y*$sup -$$sub 1$ MASS DIFFERENCE (1964) (1)
- On a new energy-momentum tensor (1970) (0)
- Y1*+−Y1*−Mass Difference (1964) (0)
- 2 . Free Fields (2015) (0)
- Interplay of Aharonov‐Bohm and Berry Phases for a Quantum Cloud of Charge a (1995) (0)
- The structure of strong interaction symmetries (1962) (0)
- Quantum hair and quantum gravity (1992) (0)
- ERICE LECTURES 2008 (2009) (0)
- Those Magnetic Feynman Tapes (1989) (0)
- LECTURES ON THE SOLITON APPROACH TO PARTICLE STRUCTURE: ABSTRACTS AND REFERENCES (1993) (0)
- Fundamental Problems in Quantum Theory (1995) (0)
- CHAPTER 6 CLASSICAL ELECTRON THEORY FROM A MODERN STANDPOINT (1982) (0)
- A Theory of Everything: The Quark and the Jaguar . Adventures in the Simple and the Complex. Murray Gellmann. Freeman, New York, 1994. xviii, 392 pp., illus. $23.95. (1994) (0)
- CAN I$sup 2$ BE CONSERVED, BUT NOT /I VECTOR/ (1966) (0)

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