In the CV which was on his web page at the University of Tokyo as of September 8th, 2009, he lists the following paper (later the entry was deleted from his web page):
ANILIR S., “ A Proposal to understand the 11th Dimensional membrane universes and their architectural forms in space environment”, Physical Review Letters, Cambridge University Press, 2003/09, p. 39-50.
However, anyone with research experience in physics would immediately question the above entry.
- Physical Review Letters is published by American Physical Society, and not by Cambridge University Press.
- Physical Review Letters only publishes Letters, and the length of each article is restricted to 4 pages or less.
- Physical Review Letters discontinued using traditional page numbers, and articles are identified by a six-digit article number since 2001.
There cannot be a paper published as "p. 39-50" in Physical Review Letters, which is one of the best known and most prestigious journals in field of physics.
In the annual report of JAXA for year 2003 (when Dr. Anilir belonged to JAXA), a similar but different entry is found:
S.Anilir: Designing in Parallel Universes and 11th Dimension: Physical Review Letter, January 2004 Edition, p.22, (2003).
However, there is no paper published with Dr. Anilir as an author, in any Physical Review journals. (This can be verified at Physical Review Online Archive.) Furthermore, no publication in physics of Dr. Anilir can be found at Web of Science (subscription required), arXiv e-print archive, and SPIRES high-energy physics literature database. These databases cover most of publications in current physics research.