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Professor Myron Wyn Evans of Glyneithrym B. Sc, Ph.D., D.Sc.

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 29th January. 2009. Registration No. 0148.

Arms: Per fess dancetty acute Gules and Sable a lion rampant Or holding between the forepaws a garb of hay Argent banded Vert a bordure engrailed Or.

Crest:  Upon a Helm with a Wreath Or Gules and Sable two dragons respectant Gules holding between them a representation of the Celtic cross of Nevern sans pedestal Sable fimbriated Vert.

Badge (not illustrated): A Norman helm affronty Or quadrinimbed Sable and charged with two Gouttes in fess Azure.

Motto: Poer y Llwch o'r Pair Llachar

Grant:  Letters Patent of Garter and Clarenceux Kings of Arms dated 7 July 2008. College reference: Grants 173/2

The Arms of Professor Myron Wyn Evans of Glyneithrym B. Sc, Ph.D., D.Sc.

The armiger, a chemist and physicist , now a naturalised citizen of the United States, was born in Craigcefnparc in 1950, parents the late Edward Ivor Evans and late Mary Evans.

Married (1st) Laura Jean Joseph, 1988; (2nd) Larisa Hachikjana, 2004.

The armigerís father was a coal miner (bronze, silver and gold medals of the Minesí Rescue Service). His mother was the daughter of a coal miner, Thomas Elim Havard Jones, Head Deacon of Elim Welsh Baptist Chapel, Craigcefnparc who is said to be descended from the Havard or Harvard family.

Academic qualifications:
B. Sc., first class, (summa cum laude), University of Wales, Aberystwyth, 1971.
Ph. D., University of Wales, Aberystwyth, 1974.
D. Sc., University of Wales, Aberystwyth, 1977.

Youngest recipient of the D. Sc. in Britain and the Commonwealth (2008).

The armiger has held a number of academic posts including: U. K. Science Research Council Fellow, Oxford University, 1974 to 1976; Junior Research Fellow of Wolfson College Oxford, 1975; British Ramsay Memorial Fellow of University College London, 1976 to 1978; Lecturer in chemistry, University College Swansea, 1978; Science and Engineering Research Council Advanced Fellow, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, 1978 to 1983; Co Founder and First Scientific Coordinator of the European Molecular Liquids Group in 1980 at the National Physical Laboratory; Visiting Scientist, University of Pisa, 1980; Fellow, University of Wales, Bangor, 1983 to 1985; Pilcher Senior Fellow, University of Wales Swansea, 1985 to 1986; Visiting Academic, Trinity College Dublin, 1985 to 1986; I. B. M. Visiting Professor, Clementi Environment, Kingston New York, 1986 to 1987; Leverhulme Trust Fellow, 1985.

The armiger is Editor in Charge of the World Scientific Series "Contemporary Chemical Physics" and the Editor of "Contemporary Optics and Electrodynamics", second edition of "Modern Nonlinear Optics", (Wiley, New York, in prep, 2001).His scientific publications include: "Molecular Dynamics" (Wiley, 1982); "Molecular Diffusion" (Wiley 1984), translated; "Memory Function Approaches to Stochastic Problems in Condensed Matter" (Wiley, 1985); "Dynamical Processes in Condensed Matter" (Wiley, 1985); "Simulation and Symmetry in Molecular Diffusion and Spectroscopy" (Wiley 1992); "The Photon's Magnetic Field" (World Scientific, 1992"; "The Photomagneton in Quantum Field Theory" (World Scientific, 1994); "The Enigmatic Photon", in five volumes (Kluwer, 1994 to 1999); "Classical and Quantum Electrodynamics and the B(3) Field" (World Scientific, 2000) . Editor "Modern Nonlinear Optics", 1992, 1993, 1997.

In 2005 the armiger was honoured to be awarded a Civil List Pension from the Crown for distinguished service to Great Britain in science.

 
 

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