Erich Peter Wohlfarth

Erich Peter Wohlfarth (December 7, 1924, Gleiwitz, Upper Silesia – March, 1988, London) was a theoretical physicist.[1] He is known for his work in magnetism, in particular the Stoner–Wohlfarth model he developed together with his teacher E.C. Stoner.[1]


  1. Friedlaender, F. J.; Kneller, Eckart; Methfessel, Siegfried; Wagner, Dieter (July 1991). "Erich Peter Wohlfarth". IEEE Transactions on Magnetics. 27 (4): 3469–3474. Bibcode:1991ITM....27.3469F. doi:10.1109/tmag.1991.1183749.

Further reading

  • Edwards, David M. (1988). "Professor E.P. Wohlfarh". Obituary. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. 73 (2): i. Bibcode:1988JMMM...73D...1.. doi:10.1016/0304-8853(88)90281-8.
  • Kneller, E.; Methfessel, S.; Wagner, D. (1988). "Nachruf auf Erich Peter Wohlfarth". Physik Journal. 44 (6): 178. doi:10.1002/phbl.19880440613.
  • Stuart, J. T. (25 March 1988). "Obituary of E. P. Wohlfarth: An expert on magnetism". The Guardian. London. p. 35.
  • "Professor E. P. Wohlfarth". Obituary. The Times (63033). London. 19 March 1988. p. 10.
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