: 29 Ianuarii 1926
: 21 Novembris 1996
: Pakistania, India Britannica
: professor, theoretical physicistPatronus
: Imperial College London, Ministry of Science and Technology, Government College University, Collegium Iohannis, International Centre for Theoretical Physics
Coniunx: Louise Johnson
: Atoms for Peace Award, Fellow of the Royal Society, Pride of Performance, Copley Medal, Royal medal, Praemium Nobelianum physicae, Lomonosov Gold Medal, Hughes Medal, Matteucci Medal, Honorary doctor of the Ghent University, Catalonia International Prize, TWAS fellow, National Order of Scientific Merit, J. Robert Oppenheimer Memorial Prize, Nishan-e-Pakistan, Sitara-i-Imtiaz, Knight Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic, Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire, honorary doctor of the University of Gothenburg, honorary doctor of the University of Cambridge, honorary doctor of the University of Edinburgh, Marcel Grossmann Award, Fellow of the American Physical Society, honorary doctor of the University of Madrid Complutense, Bakerian Lecture, Maxwell Medal and Prize, Adams Prize, Fellow of Bangladesh Academy of Sciences, Fellow of Pakistan Academy of Sciences, Guthrie Medal and Prize, honorary doctor of the University of Science and Technology of China, Associate Fellow of the African Academy of Sciences, Nishan-e-Imtiaz, Order of Independence Jordanian, Q97386404, Q104767284
Abdus Salam (Urdu عبد السلام; natus Jhang Maghiāna die 29 Ianuarii 1926; mortuus Oxoniae die 21 Novembris 1996) fuit Pakistanus physicus, qui interactionem electrodebilis descripsit. Anno 1970, Nobelianum Physicae Praemium ablatu cum Sheldon Glashow et Steven Weinberg, primus Nobelianum Praemium scientiae acceptu pakistanus et musulmanus est.