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Willy Fischler
Born1949 (age 70–71)
Antwerpen, Belgium
Nationalitydual American
Belgian
Alma materUniversite Libre de Bruxelles (License and Ph.D.)
Known forInvisible axion, see Axion.
M(atrix) theory. Gauge mediation, see Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model
Scientific career
FieldsTheoretical Physics
InstitutionsUniversity of Texas at Austin
University of Pennsylvania
Los Alamos National Laboratory
CERN
Doctoral advisorRobert Brout
Doctoral studentsDavid Berenstein
Xenia de la Ossa

Willy Fischler (born 1949 in Antwerpen, Belgium) is a theoretical physicist. He is the Jane and Roland Blumberg Centennial Professor of Physics at the University of Texas at Austin, where he is affiliated with the Weinberg theory group. He is a Licensed Paramedic with Marble Falls Area EMS and was a volunteer EMT with the Westlake Fire Department.

His contributions to physics include:

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