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Raymond E. Goldstein

Curriculum Vitae


1967-79:  Public Schools, West Orange, New Jersey, USA

1983:  Massachusetts Institute of Technology
           S.B. Physics
           S.B. Chemistry
1986: Cornell University
           M.S. Physics
1988: Cornell University
           Ph.D. Physics - Advisor: Neil W. Ashcroft
                                     Thesis: ``Studies of Phase Transitions and Critical Phenomena"

Academic Appointments

1988:          Service de Physique Théorique, Centre d'Etudes Nucléaires de Saclay,
                    Gif-sur-Yvette, France

                      Visiting Scientist
1988-1991: University of Chicago, James Franck and Enrico Fermi Institutes
                      Postdoctoral Research (1988-91)
                     Advisors: Gene F. Mazenko and Leo P. Kadanoff
1991-1996: Princeton University
                      Assistant Professor of Physics
                      Associated Faculty, Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics
1996-2002: University of Arizona
                      Associate Professor of Physics and Applied Mathematics
2002-2010: University of Arizona
                      Professor of Physics and Applied Mathematics
2006-:         University of Cambridge
                      Schlumberger Professor of Complex Physical Systems, DAMTP

Fellowships and Honors
Apker Award, American Physical Society (1983)
Fannie and John Hertz Foundation Graduate Fellowship, Cornell University (1983-1988)
Robert McCormick Postdoctoral Fellowship, The Enrico Fermi Institute, University of  Chicago (1988)
National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, University of Chicago (1989-90)
31st Arthur H. Compton Lecturer, University of Chicago (1990)
Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellow, Princeton University (1992-1996)
National Science Foundation Presidential Faculty Fellow, Princeton University & University of Arizona (1993-1998)
Stephanos Pnevmatikos Award in Nonlinear Science (2000)
Fellow of the American Physical Society, Biological Physics (2003)
Fellow of the Institute of Physics (2009)
Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (2010)
Advanced Investigator Grant, European Research Council (2010-2014)
William Hopkins Prize, Cambridge Philosophical Society (2011)
Outstanding Referee, American Physical Society (2012)
Senior Investigator Award, Wellcome Trust (2012-2017)
Ig Nobel Prize in Physics (2012) (joint with P.B. Warren, R.C. Ball, and J.B. Keller)
Fellow of the Royal Society (2013)
EPSRC Established Career Fellowship, Mathematics Programme (2015-2020)
G.K. Batchelor Prize in Fluid Mechanics, International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (2016)
Rosalind Franklin Medal and Prize, Institute of Physics (2016)
Schlumberger Chair for Mathematical Sciences, Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques, Bures-sur-Yvette, France (2017)

Professional Service
Adjunct Associate Editor for Biological Physics, Physical Review Letters (1996-1999)
Divisional Associate Editor for Biological Physics, Physical Review Letters (2000-2002)
Buckley Prize Selection Committee, American Physical Society
  Vice-Chair (1997)
  Chair (1998)
Editorial Board, Nonlinearity (2001-2002)
Editorial Board, Physica D (2001-2003)
Editorial Board (covering Biological Physics), Reviews of Modern Physics (2002-2008)
Co-organizer, Complex Systems Summer School, Santa Fe Institute (2000-2003)
Division of Biological Physics, American Physical Society
   Vice-Chair (2001-2002)
   Chair-Elect (2002-2003)
   Chair (2003-2004)
Biological Physics Group, Institute of Physics
   Member (2009-12)
Scientific Council, Institute des Hautes Études Scientifiques, Bures-sur-Yvette, France (2010-15)
Associate Editor, Journal of Fluid Mechanics (JFM Perspectives) (2015-2018)
Chair, Management Board, Sainsbury Laboratory, University of Cambridge (2017-)