John Michael Ziman (16 May 1925 – 2 January 2005) was a British-born New Zealand physicist and humanist who worked in the area of condensed matter physics. He was a spokesman for science, as well as a teacher and author. He married twice, to Rosemary Dixon in 1951 and secondly to Joan Solomon, and was survived by her and three of his four children.

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  • جون زيمان (بالإنجليزية: John Ziman) (مواليد 16 مايو 1925 في كامبريدج - الوفاة 2 يناير 2005)، هو فيزيائي وعالم إنسانية نيوزلندي، بريطاني الأصل، اهتم بشكل خاص بمجال فيزياء المواد المكثفة. وكان المتحدث باسم العلم، وكذلك معلم وكاتب. (ar)
  • John Michael Ziman (16 May 1925 – 2 January 2005) was a British-born New Zealand physicist and humanist who worked in the area of condensed matter physics. He was a spokesman for science, as well as a teacher and author. Ziman was born in Cambridge, England, in 1925. His parents were Solomon Netheim Ziman and, Nellie Frances, née Gaster. The family emigrated to New Zealand when Ziman was a baby. He obtained his early education at Hamilton High School and the University of Wellington. He obtained his PhD from Balliol College, Oxford and did his early research on the theory of electrons in liquid metals at the University of Cambridge. In 1964 he was appointed professor of theoretical physics at University of Bristol, where he wrote his Elements Of Advanced Quantum Theory (1969) which explains the rudiments of quantum field theory with an elementary condensed matter slant. During this period, his interests shifted towards the philosophy of science. He argued about the social dimension of science, and the social responsibility of scientists in numerous essays and books. He married twice, to Rosemary Dixon in 1951 and secondly to Joan Solomon, and was survived by her and three of his four children. (en)
  • John Michael Ziman (16 de mayo de 1925 a 2 de enero de 2005) fue un físico y humanista que trabajó en el área de la física de materia condensada. Fue un portavoz de la ciencia, así como un profesor y autor. (es)
  • John Michael Ziman (* 16. Mai 1925 in Cambridge; † 2. Januar 2005) war ein britischer theoretischer Festkörperphysiker und Wissenschaftsaktivist. (de)
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  • جون زيمان (بالإنجليزية: John Ziman) (مواليد 16 مايو 1925 في كامبريدج - الوفاة 2 يناير 2005)، هو فيزيائي وعالم إنسانية نيوزلندي، بريطاني الأصل، اهتم بشكل خاص بمجال فيزياء المواد المكثفة. وكان المتحدث باسم العلم، وكذلك معلم وكاتب. (ar)
  • John Michael Ziman (16 de mayo de 1925 a 2 de enero de 2005) fue un físico y humanista que trabajó en el área de la física de materia condensada. Fue un portavoz de la ciencia, así como un profesor y autor. (es)
  • John Michael Ziman (* 16. Mai 1925 in Cambridge; † 2. Januar 2005) war ein britischer theoretischer Festkörperphysiker und Wissenschaftsaktivist. (de)
  • John Michael Ziman (16 May 1925 – 2 January 2005) was a British-born New Zealand physicist and humanist who worked in the area of condensed matter physics. He was a spokesman for science, as well as a teacher and author. He married twice, to Rosemary Dixon in 1951 and secondly to Joan Solomon, and was survived by her and three of his four children. (en)
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