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CURRICULUM VITAE (2017)
(abbreviated version)
Richard P. Stanley
PRESENT POSITION: Professor of Applied Mathematics,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
EDUCATION:
California Institute of Technology B.S. 1966
Harvard University Ph.D. 1971
EMPLOYMENT:
19651969 Research Scientist, Jet Propulsion Laboratory,
Pasadena, CA (summers)
19681970 Teaching Assistant, Harvard University
19701971 C.L.E. Moore Instructor of Mathematics,
M.I.T.
19711973 Miller Research Fellow, University of
California, Berkeley
19731975 Assistant Professor of Mathematics, M.I.T.
19751979 Associate Professor of Mathematics, M.I.T.
19792000 Professor of Applied Mathematics, M.I.T.
19931996 Chair, Applied Mathematics Committee,
M.I.T.
19992000 Academic Officer, Department of
Mathematics, M.I.T.
20002010 Norman Levinson Professor of
Applied Mathematics, M.I.T.
20102017 Professor of Applied Mathematics, M.I.T.
2014present Arts and Sciences Distinguished Scholar,
Univ. of Miami
2018present Emeritus Professor of Applied
Mathematics, M.I.T.
VISITING POSITIONS:
197879 Visiting Associate Professor of Mathematics,
University of California, San Diego
March, 1981 Université Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France
AprilMay, 1981 Stockholms universitet, Sweden
Jan.June, 1986 Sherman Fairchild Distinguished Scholar,
California Institute of Technology
MayJune, 1990 Universität Augsburg, Germany
September, 1990 Tokai University, Japan
November, 1990 Kungliga Tekniska högskolan (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden
Jan.May, 1992 Göran Gustafsson Professor, Kungliga Tekniska högskolan (KTH)
and Institut MittagLeffler, Sweden
Sept. 1996June 1997 Chern Visiting Professor,
University of California at Berkeley
Sept. 1996June 1997 General Member, Mathematical Sciences
Research Institute, Berkeley, California
Sept. 2000June 2001 Harvard University
Jan.June, 2005 Kungliga Tekniska högskolan (KTH) and Institut MittagLeffler,
Sweden
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES (selected):

 Committee on the William
Lowell Putnam Competition, 19831986 (Chair, 19851986)

 Academy Scholar, Clay Research
Academy (eightday seminar for high school students), 20032005
HONORS AND AWARDS:

 SIAM George
Pólya Prize in Applied Combinatorics, 1975

 Guggenheim Fellowship, 198384

 Fellow, American Academy of Arts
and Sciences (elected 1988)

 Member, National Academy of
Sciences (elected 1995)

 American Mathematical Society 2001 Leroy P. Steele
Prize for Mathematical Exposition

 Rolf
Schock Prize in Mathematics, 2003

 Senior
Scholar, Clay Mathematics
Institute, 2004

 Aisenstadt
Chair, Centre de Recherches Mathématiques, Université de
Montréal, 2007

 Honorary
Doctor of Mathematics, University of Waterloo, 2007
 Honorary
Professorship, Nankai University (南开大学), 2007.

INVITED TALKS (selected):

 Jubilee Celebration of the 100th anniversary of the University
of Stockholm 1978, invited hour address

 American Mathematical Society annual meeting, Cincinnati, 1982,
invited hour address

 Conference on Combinatorics, University of Waterloo, 1982, invited
series of four instructional lectures

 International Congress of Mathematicians, Warsaw, 1983, invited 45
minute address in algebra

 Philips
Lecturer, Haverford College, 1983

 Distinguished Visitor, Emory University, 1984

 JapanUSA Workshop in Commutative Algebra and Combinatorics, Kyoto,
Japan, 1985, invited hour address

 Brauer
Lecturer, University of North Carolina, 1986

 First ChinaUSA International Conference on Graph Theory and Its
Applications, Jinan, China, 1986, invited plenary address

 Capital City Conference on Combinatorics and Theoretical Computer
Science, Washington, DC, 1989, invited series of three instructional
lectures

 Milliman
Lecturer, University of Washington, 1990

 Distinguished Visitors Lecture Series, University of Iowa,
1991

 Mathematical Symposium of the Tenth Anniversary of the
OttawaCarleton Institute for Mathematics and Statistics, invited
speaker, 1994

 EIDMA, Eindhoven,
The Netherlands, minicourse on enumerative combinatorics, 1996

 Chern Symposium, University of California
at Berkeley, 1997, principal speaker

 Leonidas Alaoglu Memorial Lecture in Mathematics, California
Institute of Technology, 1997

 Michigan State University Visiting Lecture Series, 1998

 Erdös
Lecturer, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1999

 Stelson Lecturer, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1999

 Mathematical
Challenges of the 21st Century, UCLA, 2000, invited address

 HaydenHoward Lecturer, University of Kentucky, 2001

 Renaissance
of Combinatorics, Nankai University
(南开大学), Tianjin, China,
2001, invited series of eight instructional lectures

 Dean
Jacqueline B. Lewis Memorial Lectures, Rutgers University, 2002

 Mathematics Workshop, New Plymouth, New Zealand, 2003, two
invited lectures

 IAS/Park City Mathematics
Institute, Graduate Summer School Lecturer, 2004

 Senior
Scholar Lecture, Park City, Utah, July 7, 2004

 Nankai University (南开大学), Tianjin,
China, 2004, invited series of six instructional lectures

 Distinguished
Lectures in Mathematics & Computer Science, University of Haifa, 2005

 Frontier
Lectures, Texas A&M University, 2005

 Distinguished
Lecturer, Arizona State University, 2006

 Plenary
speaker, International Congress of Mathematicians, Madrid, 2006

 14th Leonard C. Sulski
Memorial Lecture, College of the Holy Cross, 2007

 Kemeny
Lecture Series, Dartmouth College, 2007

 Minicourse on symmetric functions, KAIST, Daejeon, Korea, 2008

 Distinguished
Lecturer, Drexel University, 2009

 Plenary
speaker, IPM 20  Combinatorics 2009, Tehran, 2009

 Series of three instructional
lectures, Mathematical Society of Japan Seasonal Institute 2009 on
Arrangements of Hyperplanes, Sapporo, 2009


Colloquium
Lectures, American Mathematical Society, San Francisco, 2010.


Clifford
Lectures, Tulane University, 2010

 McKnightZame
Distinguished Lecture, University of Miami, 2011

 Distinguished
Orday Visitor, University of Minnesota, 2013

 Maheshwari
Colloquium, SUNY at Albany, 2013

 Distinguished
Lecture, Georgia Southern University, 2013

 Kliakhandler
Lectures, Michigan Tech, 2016
DOCTORAL STUDENTS (and date of degree):