Raymond Francis Bishop Edit Profile
Bachelor with honors, U. Oxford, 1966; Master of Arts, U. Oxford, 1972; Doctor of Philosophy, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, 1971.
Research associate, Stanford University, Palo Alto, 1971-1972;
Strategic Research Centre research fellow, U. Manchester, England, 1972-1973;
senior research associate, U. Manchester, England, 1973-1974;
lecturer in theoretical physics, U. Manchester, England, 1974-1977;
consultant to theory group Daresbury Laboratory, Strategic Research Centre, 1974-1977;
staff scientist, Lawrence Berkeley (California) Laboratory, 1977-1979;
lecturer in physics, University of California, Berkeley, 1978-1979;
lecturer mathematics physics, then senior lecturer, U. Manchester Institute Science and Technology, 1979-1986;
reader in theoretical physics, U. Manchester Institute Science and Technology, 1986-1988;
professor theoretical physics, U. Manchester Institute Science and Technology, since 1988;
head department mathematics, U. Manchester Institute Science and Technology, 1991-1994. Chairman international advising committee International Confs. on Recent Progress in Many-Body Theories. Member nuclear physics committee SERC, 1986-1989, Nuclear Physics Theory Subcommittee, 1984-1990.
Member Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council Physics College.
Chairman Rusholme and Fallowfield Civic Society, Manchester, since 1989. Fellow Institute Mathematics and Its Applications, Institute Physics. Member American Physical Society (chartered mathematician and physicist).
Married F. Elaine Gilbert. Children: Lev Samuel, Max Solomon.