Altschuler

Altschuler, Altshuler, Altschuller, Altshuller, Altschueler, Altshueler, or Alschuler is a Jewish surname of Ashkenazi origin.wikipedia
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Altschuler, Altshuler, Altschuller, Altshuller, Altschueler, Altshueler, or Alschuler is a Jewish surname of Ashkenazi origin.
The names Altschul or Altschuler are derived from the Altschul ("old school/synagogue") of Prague.

Altschul

Other variations of this name include Altschul or Altshul.
* Altschuler (and variants), surname

Ashkenazi Jews

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Altschuler, Altshuler, Altschuller, Altshuller, Altschueler, Altshueler, or Alschuler is a Jewish surname of Ashkenazi origin.

Prague

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It is derived from the Altschul, Old Synagogue in Prague.

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Samuel Alschuler

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Modest Altschuler

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Alan A. Altshuler

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Boris Altshuler

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Semen Altshuler

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Little–Parks effect

Little-Parks experiment
The challenge here is to separate LP oscillations from weak (anti-)localization (Altshuler et al. results, where authors observed the Aharonov–Bohm effect in a dirty metallic films).