Jerome Friedman

Jerome Friedman
Jerome Friedman
1990 Nobel Prize in Physics
Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1956, Ph.D. (Physics), University of Chicago
 

Work Experience

1967 Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1980 Director, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Laboratory for the Nuclear Science (until 1983)
1983 Head, Department of Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (until 1988)

Social Activities, Services

1977 Member, Board of the University Research Association, U.S.A. (until 1983)
  Vice President, Board of the University Research Association, U.S.A. (until 1980)
1997 Member, KEK Council, Japan (until 2003)
1999 President, American Physical Society (until 2000)
2001 Chair, Council of Scientific Society Presidents, U.S.A. (until 2002)
September, 2005 Member, Board of Governors, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Promotion Corporation (until October, 2011)
September, 2009 Establishing Member of Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology School Corporation (until October , 2011)
November, 2011 Member, Board of Governors, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology School Corporation (-present)

Awards

1990 Nobel Prize in Physics