|Nationality||German / Columbian|
|Fields||Professor of Physics|
Octavio Guzman studied physics in Bonn, where he was an student of Bleuler in the late fifties. Upon returning to Colombia he was the Head of the Physics Group at the Institute for Nuclear Affairs in Bogota, for about twenty years. Main research activities: Nuclear physics, and low energy collisions. For many years, he has taught at the Department of Physics of National University (Bogota). Currently, he is a full-time professor.
- 2000 - "Explicit Examples of Free-Space Non-Planar Electromagnetic Waves Containing Magnetic Scalar Potentials" (Read in full)
- 1997 - "[[Magnetic Potentials, Longitudinal Currents, and Magnetic
Properties of Vacuum: All Implicit in Maxwell?s Equations]]" (Read in full)