English numerical physicist who taught on the University of Bristol. He became a fellow from the Royal Culture of London in 1982 and was knighted the Queen in 1996. He researched at the College or university of Exeter and afterwards received his Ph.D. through the College or university of St. Andrews. He became known for his focus on an optics and quantum technicians phenomenon known as the Berry stage. He was created in Surrey, Britain. He and Pascual Jordan both became popular mathematical physicists.