My article: G.Sardanashvily, Dmitri Ivanenko. Scientific Biography, In: The People of Physics Faculty. Selected Papers of the Journal "Soviet Physicist" (1998 - 2006) (#) (see also arXiv: 1607.03828).
"Dmitri Ivanenko (29.07.1904 - 30.12.1994), professor of
His outstanding achievements include:
· The Fock - Ivanenko coefficients of parallel displacement of spinors in a curved space-time (1929). Nobel laureate Abdus Salam called it the first gauge theory.
· The Ambartsumian - Ivanenko hypothesis of creation of massive particles which is a corner stone of contemporary quantum field theory (1930).
· The proton-neutron model of atomic nuclei (1932).
· The first shell model of nuclei (in collaboration with
E. Gapon) (1932).
· The first model of exchange nuclear forces by means of massive particles (in collaboration with I. Tamm) (1934). Based on this model, Nobel laureate H. Yukawa developed his meson theory.
· The prediction of synchrotron radiation (in collaboration with I. Pomeranchuk) (1944) and its classical theory (in collaboration with A. Sokolov).
· Theory of hypernucleus (1956).
· The hypothesis of quark stars (in collaboration with D. Kurdgelaidze) (1965).
· The gauge gravitation theory (in collaboration with G. Sardanashvily), where gravity is treated as a Higgs field responsible for spontaneous breaking of space-time symmetries (1983).