James Bjorken, The November Revolution: A Theorist Reminisces, 1985 (spire:214067)
The big international conference of $[$1974$]$ in London was a turning point $[$…$]$ Ellis’ catalog well reflected the state of theoretical confusion and general disarray in trying to interpret the $e^+ e^-$ data. But in the midst of all of this was a talk by John Iliopoulos (I think I was there too). With passionate zealotry, he laid out with great accuracy what we call the standard model. Everything was there: proton decay, charm, the GIM mechanism of course, QCD, the $SU(2)\times U(1)$ electroweak theory, $SU(5)$ grand unification, Higgs, etc. It was all presented with absolute conviction and sounded at the time just a little mad, at least to me (I am a conservative).
On gauge theory/Yang-Mills theory:
On the standard model of particle physics:
On non-commutative geometry in D-brane physics and Connes-Lott-Chamseddine-Barrett models:
Jean Iliopoulos, Gauge Theories and Non-Commutative Geometry, Fortsch.Phys. 54 (2006) 139-145 (arXiv:hep-th/0506005)
John Iliopoulos, Gauge Theories and non-Commutative Geometry: A review, EPJ Web Conf. Volume 182, 2018 6th International Conference on New Frontiers in Physics (ICNFP 2017) (doi:10.1051/epjconf/201818202055)
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