Some Important Contributions:
Prediction of the mass of the charmed quark prior to its discovery (with B. W. Lee).
Prediction of 3-jet events (with J. Ellis and G.G. Ross).
Prediction of b-quark mass ( with M.S. Chanowitz and J. Ellis).
Diverse contributions to particle physics phenomenology which are
frequently cited in the
literature; see below.
"Rare Decay Modes of the K Mesons in Gauge Theories," Phys. Rev.
D10: 897 (1974) with B. W. Lee.
"Search for Gluons in e+e- Annihilation," Nuclear Physics B111: 253 (1976); erratum B130: 516 (1977), with J. Ellis and G.G. Ross.
"The Price of Natural Flavour Conservation in Neutral Weak Interactions," Nuclear Physics B128: 506 (1977), with M.S. Chanowitz and J. Ellis.
"Delta I = 1/2 Rule for Nonleptonic Decays in Asymptotically Free Field Theories," Phys. Rev. Lett. 33: 108 (1974), with B.W. Lee.
"Search for the Charm," Rev. Mod. Phys. 47: 277 (1975), with B.W. Lee and J.L. Rosner.
"A Phenomenological Profile of the Higgs Boson," Nuclear Physics B106: 292 (1976), with J. Ellis and D.V. Nanopoulos.
"The Phenomenology of the Next Left-handed Quarks," Nuclear Physics B131: 285 (1977); erratum B132: 541 (1978), with J. Ellis, D.V. Nanopoulos, and S. Rudaz.
"Aspects of the Grand Unification of Strong, Weak, and Electromagnetic Interactions," Nuclear Physics B135: 66 (1978), with A.J. Buras, J. Ellis, and D.V. Nanopoulos.
"QCD Predictions for Hadronic Final States in e+e- Annihilation," Nuclear Physics B138: 387 (1978), with A. DeRujula, J. Ellis, and E.G. Floratos.
"The TeV Physics of Strongly Interacting W's and Z's," Nuclear Physics B261: 379 (1985), with M. Chanowitz.
Loeb Lecturer Harvard University 1980
Chancellor's Distinguished Lecturer, University of California, Berkeley 1981
Warner-Lambert Lecturer University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 1984
E.O. Lawrence Award (DOE) 1988
J.J. Sakurai Prize (APS) 1993
Fellow of American Academy of Arts & Sciences
Fellow of American Physical Society
Member of National Academy of Science
1964-68 Assistant Researcher, Centre National de Recherche Scientifique
B.A. Hollins College 1960
Sources and ReferencesMary K. Gaillard, [amw1994], [wwaw1995]
Gaillard has served on many committees and advisory boards, including the following:
Technical Assessment Committee on University Programs, Department of Education (1982)
Authored or co-authored over 140 papers on high-energy physics.
Married to Jean Marc Gaillard with whom she had three children - Alain, Dominique and Bruno. Later married Bruno Zumino.
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