(1929-2009) Jens Bang was "docent" (professor) emeritus in physics at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen (NBIfAFG, KU).
Niels Bohr Institute
DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø
Born 1929, Cand.scient. from 1955, mag.scient. 1956, "lektor" (associate professor) in physics in 1970, docent in 1988; CERN-fellow 1958-59, Nordita-fellow 1959-60; at Niels Bohr Institute in the whole period, except 1963: OIAI, Dubna, Russia, and 1977 ISN, Grenoble, Fr., as professor. From 1998 professor emeritus at NBI, and remained active here, and became associated with the Center for the Philosophy of Nature and Science Studies. Jens Bang died in 2009.
(1) few-body description of many-body systems.
(2) electronic excitations in collisions.
(3) Philosophical discussion on the interpretation of quantum mechanics.
"Bound state properties of Borromean halo nuclei: 6He and 11Li ", Phys.Rep. 231 No.4 (1993): 151-199 [with M.V. Zhukov et al];
"The significance of some experimental tests of quantum mechanics", Danish Yearbook of Philosophy 27 (1992): 93-108;
Strejftog i Niels Bohrs tanker. København: Hernovs Forlag 1999. Mere om denne bog her.