Hannspeter Winter

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Hannspeter Winter (born in Wels on 22 August 1941; died in Vienna on 8 November 2006) was an Austrian plasma physicist who did research on hollow atoms.[1] He won the Austrian Cross of Honour for Science and Art, 1st class in 2001 and the prestigious German Alexander von Humboldt Research Prize in 2003. He was co-editor of Europhysics Letters, Heavy Ion Physics, Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion and has published approximately 270 peer-reviewed papers in international scientific journals.

References

  1. ^ IOP


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