Abdus Salam

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Abdus Salam

Abdus Salam (1926–1996)
Ìbí 29 January 1926
Santokdas, Sahiwal District, Punjab, British India
Aláìsí 21 Oṣù Kọkànlá, 1996 (ọmọ ọdún 70)
Oxford, England, United Kingdom
Ará ìlẹ̀ Pakistan[1]
Ọmọ orílẹ̀-èdè Pakistani
Pápá Theoretical physics
Ilé-ẹ̀kọ́ Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission
Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission
Pakistan Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology
Punjab University
Imperial College London
Government College University
University of Cambridge
International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP)
Comsats Institute of Technology
Third World Academy of Sciences
Edward Bouchet Abdus Salam Institute
Ibi ẹ̀kọ́ University of the Punjab
Government College University
St John's College, Cambridge
Doctoral advisor Nicholas Kemmer
Paul Matthews
Doctoral students Michael Duff
Walter Gilbert
John Moffat
Yuval Ne'eman
John Polkinghorne
Riazuddin
Fayyazuddin
Masud Ahmad
Ghulam Murtaza
Munir Ahmad Rashid
Other notable students Faheem Hussain
Pervez Hoodbhoy
Abdul Hameed Nayyar
Ó gbajúmọ̀ fún Electroweak theory
Pati-Salam model
Quantum mechanics
Nuclear Deterrent Program
Pakistan's Space Program
Àwọn ẹ̀bùn àyẹ́sí Nobel Prize in Physics (1979)
Copley Medal (1990)
Smith's Prize
Adams Prize
Nishan-e-Imtiaz (1979)
Sitara-e-Pakistan (1959)
Lomonosov Gold Medal (1983)
Signature
Abdus Salam

Mohammad Abdus Salam,[2]NI, SPk[3] (Urdu: محمد عبد السلام; Pípè ní Hindustani: [əbd̪ʊs səlɑm]; 29 January 1926 – 21 November 1996)[4] was a Pakistani theoretical physicist je onimosayensi to gba Ebun Nobel ninu Fisiksi.


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  2. Rizvi, Murtaza. "Salaam Abdus Salam". Dawn Archive, 21 November 2011. The Dawn Newspapers (Archive, 21 November 2011). http://www.dawn.com/2011/11/21/salaam-abdus-salam.html. Retrieved 23 January 2012. "Mohammad Abdus Salam (1926–1996) was his full name, which may add to the knowledge of those who wish he was either not Ahmadi or Pakistani. He was the guiding spirit and founder of Pakistan’s atomic bomb programme as well as Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission and Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO)." 
  3. This is the standard transliteration (e.g. see the ICTP Website and Nobel Bio). Other transliterations include Abdus Salam; see Abd as-Salam for more details.
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