John Dixon - Cohomology, Supersymmetry and Cybersusy

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Gender MALE
Industry Science
Occupation Theoretical Physicist
Location Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Introduction I received my D. Phil. at Oxford in 1975. My thesis was on gauge theories and renormalization and my supervisor was J. C. Taylor. I then did 4 years of post-docs at the CNRS in Marseille, Imperial College and Harvard. In 1979, I went to law school and then practiced law for five years. I returned to physics for five years after 1987. The first year was spent at the University of Victoria. I then went to U of Texas (Austin) for a year as a visiting fellow, and then taught at Texas A & M for three years. In 1994, I returned to Calgary where I have practiced law for 15 years in Dixon Law Firm. However for the last nine of those years I have found time for lots of physics research, which has resulted in my recent 5 papers on Cybersusy. See the blogs below for information about cybersusy.
Interests cohomology, spectral sequences, supersymmetry, superstrings, standard model, LHC phenomenology, cybersusy