Pakistan Academy of Sciences

Promoting Science, Technology and Innovation for Socio-economic development

Murray Gel-Mann

Murray Gel-Mann
Current Position Professor of Physics Phone No.
Born in New York City, USA in 09/15/1929 Year Elected 1983
Email [email protected]
Yale University Yale USA BSc 1948 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Massachusetts USA PhD 1951
Positions Held
California Institute of Technology RA Millikan Professor Emeritus 1993- present RA Millikan Professor 1967-1993 Professor 1956-1967 Associate Professor 1955-1956 Univ of Chicago Instructor Asst Prof Assoc Prof 1952-54 Research Associate Univ of Illinois Summers 1951 and 1953 Visiting Prof CERN Geneva Switzerland 1971-72 1979-80 Laboratory Fellow Los Alamos National Lab 1982-2000 Distinguished Fellow Santa Fe Institute 1993- present Visiting Professor University of New Mexico 1995 present Director JD & CT MacArthur Foundation 1979-2002 Citizen Regent Smithsonian Institution 1974-88
Dannie Heineman Prize of American Physical Society 1959 Ernest O Lawrence Award 1966 Franklin Medal Franklin Institute of Philadelphia 1967 John J Carty Medal National Academy of Sciences 1968 Honorary Doctorate University of Turin Italy 1969 Nobel Prize in Physics 1969 Erice Science for Peace Prize World Federation of Scientists 1990 Sigma Xi Procter Prize for Scientific Achievement 2004 Albert Einstein Medal Albert Einstein Society Bern 2005
Fellowships / Memberships
Fellow American Physical Society 1960-Present Fellow National Academy of Sciences 1960-Present Fellow American Academy of Arts and Sciences 1964-Present Vice President and Chairman American Academy of Arts and Sciences Western Center 1970-76Foreign Member The Royal Society of London 1978-PresentMember Council on Foreign Relations 1975-Present Foreign Member Pakistan Academy of Sciences 1985-Present Foreign Member Indian Academy of Sciences 1985-Present Foreign Member Russian Academy of Sciences 1993-Present Member American Association for the Advancement of Science 1994-Present Member Institute for Advanced Study Princeton NJ 1951 Member Institute for Advanced Study Princeton NJ 1967-68
Research Area
Physics with research on dispersion relations strangeness theory eightfoldway theory and theory of weak interactions
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