Colin Windsor

Colin George Windsor FRS (born 28 June 1938) is a British physicist, and was Programme Area Manager, for the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority


He was born in London and attended Beckenham and Penge Grammar School. He won a scholarship to Magdalen College, Oxford, earning a BA with First Class Honours in Physics, and a DPhil in 1963.[1]

He conducted Magnetic resonance research, at Clarendon Laboratory in 1963. He was Resident Fellow at Yale University in 1964. He conducted Neutron scattering research, at the Atomic Energy Research Establishment, from 1964 to 1996.[2]

He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1995 [3]


  • Pulsed Neutron Scattering, Taylor & Francis, 1981, ISBN 978-0-470-27131-5
  • Four computer models for the ZX81 micro-computer, C.G. Windsor, 1983, ISBN 978-0-9509197-0-6
  • D. L. Weaire, Colin G. Windsor (eds) Solid state science: past, present, and predicted, A. Hilger, 1987, ISBN 978-0-85274-584-7


  1. "Colin Windsor 1938 - : His Science story". Retrieved 2012-02-23.
  3. "Curriculum Vitae: Colin Windsor". Retrieved 2012-02-23.
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