Elliott H. Lieb -- Curriculum Vitae
Curriculum Vitae
Elliott H. Lieb
Education
- Ph.D. in Mathematical Physics
- The University of Birmingham, England 1956
- B.Sc. in Physics
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1953
Positions
- 1975-
Professor of Mathematics and Higgins Professor of Physics,
Princeton University
- 1974-1975 On leave from MIT at Princeton University
- 1973-1974 Professor of Mathematics and Physics, MIT
- 1968-1973 Professor of Applied Mathematics, MIT
- 1966-1968 Professor of Physics, Northeastern University
- 1963-1966 Associate Professor of Physics, Belfer Graduate
School of Science, Yeshiva University
- 1961-1962
Visiting Senior Lecturer in Applied Mathematics,
Fourah Bay College, Sierra Leone
- (on leave from IBM)
- 1960-1963 Staff Theoretical Physicist at
International Business Machines Corporation Research Center
- 1958-1960 Research Associate, Cornell University
- 1957-1958 Research Associate, University of Illinois
- 1956-1957 Fulbright Fellow, Yukawa Hall, Kyoto
University, Japan
Honors
- Member of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences
- Member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences
- Member of the Royal Danish Academy
- Miembro Honorario of the Chilean Academy of Sciences
- Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
- Foreign Member of the Royal Society (UK)
- Member of the Academia Europaea
- Fellow of the American Mathematical Society
- Fellow of the American Physical Society
- Fellow of the American Association for the
Advancement of Science
- 1979 Honorary doctorate, University of Copenhagen
- 1995
Honorary doctorate, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale
Lausanne
- 2004 Honorary doctorate University of Munich
- 2007 Honorary doctorate, University of Birmingham, UK
- 1982-1984 and 1997-1999
President of the International Association of Mathematical Physics
- 1972 and 1978
Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship award
- 1970
Boris Pregel Award in Chemical Physics of the
N.Y. Academy of Sciences
- 1978
Heineman prize in Mathematical Physics of the American Physical
Society
- and the American Institute of Physics
- 1985
Prix Scientifique of the Union des Assurances de Paris, France
- 1988
Birkhoff prize in applied mathematics of the American
Mathematical Society
- and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
- 1992
Max-Planck Medal of the German Physical Society
- 1998
Boltzmann medal of the International Union of Pure and Applied
Physics
- 1998
Onsager medal of the Norwegian University of Science and
Technology
- 2001
Rolf Schock prize in mathematics, Swedish Academy of Sciences
- 2002
Levi L. Conant Prize of the American Mathematical Society
- 2002
Austrian Medal of Honor for Science and Art
- 2003
Poincare prize of the International Association of Mathematical
Physics
- 2012 Simons Foundation Fellowship award