John Ellis during his talk at the University of Basel,
June 7, 2002.
John Ellis obtained his BA and PHD from
Cambridge University, England. After one year each at SLAC
and the California Institute of Technology as research
associate, he joined the CERN in 1973, where he was the
leader of the Theory Division for six years. Currently,
he is a senior staff member. Ellis published over 700
scientific articles in particle physics and related
areas of cosmology and astrophysics.
His research interests include the possible experimental
consequences and tests of new theoretical ideas such
as gauge theories of strong and electroweak interactions,
grand unified theories, supersymmetry, and string theory.
He was awarded the Maxwell Medal of the Institute of Physics
in 1983 and was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1985.
Honorary Doctorate, University of Southampton, 1994.
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