MICHAEL CREUTZ

RESUMÉ
July 2007

Address:
BNL 510A
PO Box 5000
Upton, NY 11973-5000

Telephone: 631-344-3871 (home: 631-878-1954)
Email: creutz@bnl.gov
WWW: http://www.latticeguy.net

Birth: November 24, 1944; Los Alamos, New Mexico

Education:
Undergraduate: 9/62-6/66, California Institute of Technology; B.S. in physics, 6/66; graduation with honor; Tau Beta Pi.
Graduate: 9/66-3/70, Stanford University; National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow; thesis advisor S. D. Drell (at Stanford Linear Accelerator Center); M.S. 6/68; Ph.D. 3/70.

Employment: 9/72-present: High Energy Theory Group, Brookhaven Nat. Laboratory. Sr. Physicist since 10/85. Group leader 4/84 - 4/87. Brookhaven R& D Award, 1991. 9/70-9/72: Fellow of the Center for Theoretical Physics, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland 20742. 3/70-8/70: Res. Assoc., Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Stanford, California 94305.

Current research: Theoretical particle physics; numerical simulations of quantum field theory; computational physics.

Miscellaneous:
2000 Aneesur Rahman Prize for Computational Physics.
2008 Gian Carlo Wick Gold Medal.
Fellow of the American Physical Society (awarded in 1986).
Group leader, BNL High Energy Theory group 1984-87, 2004.
High Energy Advisory Physics Panel for DOE (HEPAP) 1984-88.
Executive Committee of the Div. of Particles and Fields of the APS (1986-88).
Program Advisory Panel for the NSF Division of Advanced Scientific Computing (1987-89).
Editorial Board for Physical Review D (1987-89).
National Allocation Committee for the JVNC (1988-90).
Joint peer review board for the Pittsburgh and Illinois Supercomputing Centers. (1988-91).
Editorial Board for the International Journal of High Speed Computing (1988-).
Editorial Board for the International Journal of Modern Physics C (1990-).
Div. of Computational Physics, APS: Vice Chair '92-3, Chair Elect '93-4, Chair '94-95.
AIP Advisory Committee for "Computers in Science and Engineering," (2000-2006).
US Lattice QCD Executive Committee (1999-).
Co-organizer with Herbert Neuberger and John Kogut of program "Modern Challenges for Lattice Field Theory," KITP, Santa Barbara Program (Jan 10 - Apr 1, 2005).

Distinguished lectureships:
1991 Joint U. New Mexico LANL Distinguished Lecturer in Nonlinear Mathematics.
1997 Andrew Sobczyk Memorial Lecturer, Clemson University.
2004 Presidential Lecture Series, Florida International University.

Publication list: Available at http://thy.phy.bnl.gov/~creutz/mypubs/pubs.html