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AFFILIATION
UniSalento, Lecce, Italy.
e-MAIL and CV
e-Mail:   paul.h.frampton@gmail.com
Curriculum Vitae: link.
PROFESSOR  1981-2014  
Louis D. Rubin, Jr.  Distinguished Professor.
UNC-Chapel Hill, USA.
VISITING POSITIONS
1982-83, Visiting professor, UT-Austin.
1986-87, Visiting professor, Boston University.
2009-10, Visiting distinguished professor,
University of Tokyo.
ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Particle theory and theoretical cosmology.
498 papers, link, including 320 refereed articles, link,
many conference proceedings and four books, link.
11,064 citations on iNSPIRE, link, including
twenty-eight papers with a hundred citations each,
772 citations for solo paper which predicts, possibly
correctly, a new particle called the bilepton.
370 physics talks in thirty-two countries:   link.
Sixtieth Anniversary festschrift:   link.
Four physics books (two technical, two popular):   link.
Three different Nobel-prize coauthors:   link.
Comments about research by three Nobel prizewinners:   link.
IMPORTANT PAPERS
Particle theory
One of the most important papers is No.202 on the publications list.
This solo paper has 772 citations on INSPIRE. It predicts a
bilepton resonance in same-sign leptons below 4 TeV.
The LHC has a bilepton search to be unblinded during 2023.
One Nobel prizewinner has promised to support a Nobel prize,
if this theory is supported.
Theoretical cosmology
One of the most important papers is No. 317 on the publications list.
This paper, co-authored with Glashow and Yanagida, has 464 citations
on INSPIRE. It shows that if matter-antimatter asymmetry originates
in leptogenesis with a CP-violating phase which coincides with that in
terrestrial neutrino experiments, Nature chose this FKY theory.
HONOURS
Fellow of American Physical Society, 1981.
D.Sc. advanced degree, University of Oxford. 1984.
Fellow of Institute of Physics, 1986.
Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1989.
TEACHING EXPERIENCE 1981-2014
Nineteen courses instructed:   link.
Thirty-five research students, link, of whom
twenty-one went on to become university professors.
POSTDOCS 1968-1980
University of Chicago 1968-70; CERN Fellow 1970-72;
Syracuse University 1972-75; UCLA 1975-77;
Harvard University 1978-80.
EDUCATION 1954-1968
King Charles School, Kidderminster.    1954-62.    link.
University of Oxford.    1962-68    link.
Open Hulme Scholar 1962-65, Senior Hulme Scholar 1965-68,
of Brasenose College.

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