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Deutsch: Brian David Josephson (* 4. Januar 1940 in Cardiff, Wales) ist ein britischer Physiker. Er war Professor an der University of Cambridge und erhielt 1973 den Nobelpreis für Physik für die Entdeckung des Josephson-Effekts.
English: Brian David Josephson, FRS (born 4 January 1940), is a Welsh theoretical physicist and professor emeritus of physics at the University of Cambridge. Best known for his pioneering work on superconductivity and quantum tunnelling, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1973 for his prediction of the eponymous Josephson effect, made in 1962 when he was a 22-year-old PhD student at Cambridge. He shared the prize with physicists Leo Esaki and Ivar Giaever, who jointly received half the award for their own work on quantum tunnelling.
Welsh Nobel Laureate in Physics
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