"Pauli exclusion principle" Pauli–Villars regularization Pauli matrices Pauli effect Pauli equation Pauli group Pauli repulsion Pauli–Lubanski pseudovector Not even wrong/Coining 'not even wrong'
/influences = Ernst Mach Carl Jung
/influenced = Ralph Kronig
/awards = Lorentz Medal (1931) Matteucci Medal (1956) Max Planck Medal (1958)
/religion = Deist
/footnotes = His godfather was Ernst Mach. He is not to be confused with Wolfgang Paul, whom Pauli called his "imaginary part", a pun with the imaginary unit i.
"Wolfgang Ernst Pauli" (25 April 1900 – 15 December 1958) was an Austrian-born Swiss theoretical physicist and one of the pioneers of quantum mechanics/quantum physics.
In 1945, after having been nominated by Albert Einstein, Pauli received the Nobel Prize in Physics for his "decisive contribution through his discovery of a new law of Nature, the exclusion principle or Pauli exclusion principle/Pauli principle." The discovery involved spin (physics)/spin theory, which is the basis of a theory of the Matter#Structure/structure of matter.More Wolfgang Pauli on Wikipedia.