PO Box 5000
Upton, NY 11973-5000
Telephone: 631-344-3871 (home: 631-878-1954)
Birth: November 24, 1944; Los Alamos, New Mexico
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,
Current research: Theoretical particle physics; numerical simulations
of quantum field theory; computational physics.
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).
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