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Ph.D. Frank WILCZEK Herman Feshbach Professor of Physics, Center for Theoretical Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge; Nobel Prize Laureate for Physics


1970 B.S. University of Chicago, IL, Mathematics
1972 M.A. Princeton University, NJ, Mathematics
1974 Ph.D. Princeton University, NJ, Physics
Instructor Princeton University, NJ
1974-1976 Assistant Professor Princeton University, NJ
1976-1977 Visiting Fellow Institute for Advanced Study Princeton, NJ
1977-1978 Assistant Professor Princeton University, NJ
1978-1980 Associate Professor Princeton University, NJ
1980-1981 Professor Princeton University Princeton, NJ
1980-1988 Member University of California, Santa Barbara, Institute for Theoretical Physics, Santa Barbara, CA
Professor University of California, Santa Barbara, CA
1987-1988 Visiting Professor Harvard University Boston, MA
1989-2000 Professor Institute for Advanced Study, School of Natural Sciences Princeton, NJ
since 2000 Professor Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Physics Cambridge, MA


among others:
Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics Scientific Advisory Committee Member, since 2003
CERN Science Policy Committee Member, since 2002
Daedalus Editorial Advisor, since 2002
Annals of Physics Editor-in-Chief, since 2001
Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Elected Foreign Member, since 2000


most recent:
Heilborn Lecturer Northwestern University, 2004
IFT Lecturer University of Florida, 2004
Marker Lecturer Pennsylvania State University, 2004
Oppenheimer Lecturer Los Alamos National Laboratory, 2004
Lillienfeld Prize American Physical Society, 2003
High Energy Physics Prize European Physical Society, 2003
Faculty of Mathematics and Physics Commemorative Medal Charles University, Prague, 2003
Feenberg Memorial Lecturer University of Washington in St. Louis, 2003