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Born on 20 December 1934 in Paris. Deceased on 21 October 2015.

Studies

Lycée Montaigne - Lycée Louis le Grand
École Polytechnique (promotion 1953)
École Nationale Supérieure des Mines

Professional Career

1959-1973 Atomic Energy Commission
Since 1973 Professeur at Collège de France on the Particle Physics Chair

Long-term stays

1957-1958 CERN (Geneva)
1958 University of Algiers
1960-1961 University of California, Berkeley
1961-62 et 1965-66 Princeton University

Main Publications

- S-Matris Theory : Asymptotic behavior and Subtractions in the Mandelstam Representation, Phys. Rev. 123, 61, 1053.
- Complex Angular Momenta in Potential Scattering, J. of Math. Phys. 5, 62, 922.
- Spatial Separation of events in S-Matrix Theory, Phys. Rev. 131, 63, 2820, with M.L. Goldberger et K.M. Watson.
- Cluster Decomposition and the Spin-Statistics theorem in S-Matrix theory, Phys. Rev. 153, 67, 1636, with J.R. Taylor.
- Applications of an isotopy theorem, Topology, 4, 65, 159, with D. Fotiadi, J. Lascoux and F. Pham.
- Constructive generalization of Bell's inequalities, Nuovo Cimento, 64 B, 81, 241.
- Some topics on light-flavour meson physics. Nuclear Physics B315 (1989) 295-360, with M. Benayoun.

Courses

- The proof of Dispersion Relations, École Internationale E. Fermi, XXIXth course.
- High-energy properties of the Mandelstam Representation, in « Theoretical Physics », IAEA, Vienne, 1963.
- Mandelstam Theory and Regge poles, W.A. Benjamin, 1963, with R. Omnès.

Various

- Dépolarisation de protons polarisés dans un synchrotron, Nucl. Inst. Meth. 7, 60, 297, with R. Stora.
- Distortionless bidimensional localization on a resistive plane : a pure hardware way. Nuclear Inst. and Meth. A261 (1987) 500-518, with B. Maréchal, R. Bruère-Dawson and M.N. Souza.
- Dispositif de localisation dans un plan résistif. French patent (CNRS) n° 86 17744 of 12/18/1986, with the same authors.