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Frederick Duncan Michael Haldane FRS (born 14 September 1951) is a British physicist who is Eugene Higgins Professor of Physics at the physics department of Princeton University in the United States. He shared the 2016 Nobel prize for physics with David J. Thouless and John Michael Kosterlitz.[2] He is known for a wide variety of fundamental contributions to condensed matter physics including the theory of Luttinger liquids, the theory of one-dimensional Spin chains, the theory of Fractional Quantum Hall Effect, Exclusion Statistics, Entanglement Spectra and much more. His awards include Fellow of the Royal Society of London; Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (Boston); Fellow of the American Physical Society; Fellow of the Institute of Physics (UK); Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science; winner of the Oliver E. Buckley Prize of the American Physical Society (1993); Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Research Fellow (1984–88); Lorentz Chair (2008), Dirac Medal (2012) [3] and Nobel Prize in Physics (2016).

The 2016 Nobel Prize for Physics is awarded to David J. Thouless, Duncan Haldane, and John Michael Kosterlitz


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