Paul Ginsparg

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Paul Ginsparg (born 1955) is a physicist widely known for his development of the ArXiv.org e-print archive [1] and for contributions to theoretical physics.

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Career in physics

He graduated from Harvard University with a BA in physics, and from Cornell University with a PhD in theoretical particle physics. He was a junior fellow and taught in the physics department at Harvard University until 1990.[2] The pre-print archive was developed while he was a member of staff of Los Alamos National Laboratory, 1990–2001. Since 2001, Ginsparg has been a professor of Physics and Computing & Information Science at Cornell University.[3]

He has published physics papers in the areas of quantum field theory, string theory, conformal field theory, and quantum gravity. He often comments on the changing world of physics in the Information Age.[4][5][6] [7] [8] [9]

Awards

He has been awarded the P.A.M. (physics astronomy math) Award from the Special Libraries Association,[10] named a Lingua Franca "Tech 20", elected as a Fellow of the American Physical Society, awarded a MacArthur Fellowship in 2002,[11] received the Council of Science Editors Award for Meritorious Achievement, and received the Paul Evans Peters Award from Educause, ARL, and CNI.[12] He was a Radcliffe Institute Fellow in 2008–2009.[13]

Works

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