|Awards||Lilienfeld Prize (2009)|
Julius Edgar Lilienfeld Prize (2009)
|Institutions||Indian Institute of Technology Madras|
University of California, Berkeley
|Thesis||Exploitation of the Small Pion Mass in Multi-Regge Theory (1974)|
His research is in theoretical condensed matter physics, although he is also known for his earlier work in theoretical particle physics. In 2009, Shankar was awarded the Julius Edgar Lilienfeld Prize from the American Physical Society for "innovative applications of field theoretic techniques to quantum condensed matter systems". After three years at the Harvard Society of Fellows, he joined the Yale physics department, which he chaired between 2001-2007. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He is the second Indian after S. Chandrasekhar to be a member of Harvard Society of Fellows. His Youtube lectures have been viewed by over 20 million people .
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