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Paul Taunton Matthews Born 19 November 1919 (1919-11-19) Erode, Tamil Nadu, British India Present-day India Died 26 February 1987(1987-02-26) (aged 67) Cambridge, U.K. Residence Cambridge, United Kingdom Citizenship United Kingdom Nationality U.K. Fields Theoretical Particle Physics Institutions Imperial College London University of Bath Science and Engineering Research Council Alma mater Imperial College London Doctoral students Faheem Hussain Other notable students Abdus Salam Notable awards Order of the British Empire Royal Society Adams Prize Rutherford Medal and Prize Notes A close friend and mentor of the only Pakistani Nobel Prize holder, Dr. Abdus Salam (late), and of CERN physicist, Faheem Hussain. Paul Taunton Matthews CBE FRS (19 November 1919–26 February 1987) was a British theoretical particle physicist. He was born in Erode in India. He was awarded the Adams Prize in 1958, elected to the Royal Society in 1963, and awarded the Rutherford Medal and Prize in 1978. He became head of the Physics Department of Imperial College, London and later vice chancellor of the University of Bath. He was also chairman of the Nuclear Physics Board of the Science Research Council. He died in Cambridge from injuries sustained in a cycling accident. Bibliography Introduction to Quantum Mechanics, McGraw–Hill, 3 editions – 1963, 1968, 1974[1] The nuclear apple: recent discoveries in fundamental physics, Chatto and Windus, 1971 References Wikiquote has a collection of quotations related to: Paul Taunton Matthews T.W.B. Kibble (December 1988). "Paul Taunton Matthews. 19 November 1919–26 February 1987". Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society. Royal Society. p. 555–580. Retrieved 2009-08-30.  Notes ^ "P. T. Matthews". Open Library. Retrieved 2009-08-23.  Persondata Name Matthews, Paul Taunton Alternative names Short description Date of birth 19 November 1919 Place of birth Erode, Tamil Nadu, British India Present-day India Date of death 26 February 1987 Place of death Cambridge, U.K. This article about a British scientist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e