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Isham, C. J.
Oral history interview with Christopher Isham, 1999 March 15.
In this interview, Professor Isham talks about his collaboration with Abdus Salam in the 1960s and 1970s, particularly in problems related to non-polinomial Lagrangians, comments on Salam's work and the reception it had among his colleagues, explores Salam's political persona, and makes interesting suggestiong about Salam's lobby to get the Nobel Prize. Names cited: Abdus Salam; Tom Kibble; Gordon Feldman; John Strathdee; Paul Matthews; Lundqvist; Ivar Waller.
Professor of theoretical physics, Imperial College, London. In the 1960s and early 1970s, he collaborated closely with Abdus Salam and his group. Research interests include: quantum gravity, foundational studies in quantum theory, and category theory.
Feldman, Gordon.
Isham, C. J.
Matthews, Paul.
Salam, Abdus, 1926-
Waller, Ivar, 1898-1991.
Imperial College of Science and Technology.
Quantum gravity.
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