Daniel Kastler is a French theoretical physicist, working at University of Aix-Marseille (Luminy) on non-commutative geometry.

He is best known for his 1964 article with Rudolf Haag on algebraic quantum field theory, which is one of the most cited papers in mathematical physics.

He is the son of Physics Nobel Prize laureate Alfred Kastler.


* An algebraic approach to quantum field theory by Rudolf Haag, Daniel Kastler (Illinois U., Urbana), J.Math.Phys.5:848-861,1964

See also

* Kastler's genealogy at

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