Suraj Narayan Gupta obtained his PhD (1951) from the University of Cambridge, UK. His specializations are in quantum electrodynamics and high-energy physics. He was Distinguished Professor of Physics, Wayne State University, Detroit, Professor of Physics, University of Manchester, (1951-53), Visiting Professor, Purdue University, (1951-56), and Imperial Chemical Industries Fellow.
Academic and Research Achievements: Gupta's researches relate to conservation of parity in strong interactions, multiple photon production in quantum electrodynamics, quantization of Einstein's gravitational field, effect of strange particles on magnetic moments of nucleons, and pion production in high-energy process, to mention a few. He authored Quantum Electrodynamics.
Awards and Honours: Gupta is a Fellow of American Physical Society.