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Wolfgang A Rindler
Professor-Physics Department
Office MailstopMail Box: EC36, ECSN 2.924, Room No.: ECSN 2.924 
Email Address  rindler@utdallas.edu    Primary Phone Number 972-883-2880    URL Rindler Wolfgang's Webpage    Media Contact
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 DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
 Ph.D.Mathematics (relativity)Imperial College, London1956
 M.S.Mathematics (differential geometry)University of Liverpool1947
 B.S.Physics (Carey Prize)University of Liverpool1945
 B.S.Honors in MathematicsUniversity of Liverpool1945
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Research Interests
Over the years Professor Rindler has contributed to the study of horizons in cosmology, to the toy-black-hole wedge in flat spacetime, to the application of spinors and twistors in general relativity, to aspects of Mach's principle and especially to anti-Mach phenomena, to the topology of exact gravitational waves and of the big bang, to novel phase space representations of the Friedman cosmologies, to calculational devices in axisymmetric spacetimes, and more. He also authored or co-authored seven books, several of which have been translated into foreign languages (Russian, Japanese, etc.)
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2002
W.Rindler, 2002. Visual horizons in world models. (Reprint, with commentary, of the original 1956 MNRAS paper, now in the "Golden Oldie" series.) Gen.Rel.and Grav.,34: 131. 
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2001
Greek translation of the above, Leader Books, Athens 2001
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2001
Relativity: Special, General, and Cosmological, Oxford University Press, 2001
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1991
Introduction to Special Relativity, 2nd Edition (revised and expanded), Oxford University Press, 1991
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1989
Japanese translation of the above, Chijin Shokan Publishers, Tokyo, 1989
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DurationRankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
April, 1990-July, 1990Visiting Fellow  Churchill College, Cambridge, England
1987Visiting ProfessorPhysics University of Vienna
1983-1994 (except 199Visiting Professor  Max-Planck Institute for Physics and Astrophysics
1975Visiting ProfessorPhysics University of Vienna
1969-PresentProfessorPhysics UT Dallas
1968-1969Visiting ProfessorIstituto Matematico Guido Castelnuovo University of Rome
1963-1969Assoc. Professor (3 yrs), Professor  Southwest Center for Advanced Studies (Dallas)
1961-1962Visiting Lecturer  King's College, London (9 months) and University of Hamburg (3 months)
1956-1963Instructor (2 yrs), Asst. Prof.Mathematics Cornell University
1949-1956LecturerMathematics University of London
1947-1949Assistant LecturerPure Mathematics University of Liverpool
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Societies
  • American Physical Society, Fellow
  • Royal Astronomical Society, Fellow
  • International Astronomical Union, Member
  • International Society for General Relativity and Gravitation, Member

Academies
  • Honor Member (Ehrenmitglied), Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • Foreign Member, Academy of Sciences of Turin, Italy

Editorial Activities
  • Member, Foreign Editorial Board of Rendiconti di Matematica, Rome (1984- )
  • Associate Editor, American Journal of Physics (1988-91)

Teaching Prizes
  • 1972-73 Physics Teaching Award
  • 1990-91 Chancellor's Council Outstanding Teaching Award

Medal
  • 1996 Gold Medal of the City of Vienna

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