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|Born||Hans Jakob Steinberger|
25 May 1921
Bad Kissingen, Germany
|Died||12 December 2020 (aged 99)|
|Institutions||University of California, Berkeley|
|Academic advisors||Edward Teller|
|Notable students||Eric L. Schwartz|
|Known for||Discovery of the muon neutrino|
|Notable awards||Nobel Prize in Physics in 1988|
Hans Jakob "Jack" Steinberger (25 May 1921 – 12 December 2020) was a German-born American physicist of Jewish descent. He co-discovered the muon neutrino, along with Leon Lederman and Melvin Schwartz. He was given the 1988 Nobel Prize in Physics. Steinberger now lives in Switzerland.
- J. Steinberger (1949). "On the use of subtraction fields and the lifetimes of some types of meson decay". Physical Review 76 (8): 1180. . http://www.slac.stanford.edu/spires/find/hep/www?j=PHRVA,76,1180.
- "Physik-Nobelpreisträger Jack Steinberger ist gestorben" (in de). https://www.infranken.de/lk/bad-kissingen/nur_saalezeitung/physik-nobelpreistraeger-jack-steinberger-ist-gestorben-art-5132117.
- Steinberger, J., W. K. H. Panofsky & J. Steller. "Evidence for the Production of Neutral Mesons by Photons", Radiation Laboratory, University of California-Berkeley, United States Department of Energy (through predecessor agency the Atomic Energy Commission), (April 1950).
- Panofsky, W. K. H., J. Steinberger & J. Steller. "Further Results on the Production of Neutral Mesons by Photons", Radiation Laboratory, University of California-Berkeley, United States Department of Energy (through predecessor agency the Atomic Energy Commission), (October 1, 1950).
- Steinberger, J. "Experimental Survey of Strange Particle Decays", Columbia University, Nevis Laboratories, United States Department of Energy (through predecessor agency the Atomic Energy Commission), (June 1964).
- Biography and Bibliographic Resources, from the Office of Scientific and Technical Information, United States Department of Energy
- Autobiography (at the Nobel Prize web site)
- official web site for the Nobel Prize in Physics
- CERN web site for Jack Steinberger