Education and Employment

Educational History

(1964): PhD in electrical engineering, MIT (thesis listed here)

(1962): MS in electrical engineering, MIT (thesis listed here)

(1962): BS in electrical engineering, MIT

(1960 - 1962): co-op student, Bell Telephone Laboratories,
(now AT&T Shannon Lab and Nokia Bell Labs)

(1958): Diploma, Highland High School, Fort Thomas, KY 

Principal Employment

(2008 - 2012): Chairman, Berkeley Quantitative LLC

(2006 - now): Professor Emeritus, UC Berkeley

(2002 - 2006): Professor of Graduate School, UC Berkeley

(1983 - 2002): Professor of Mathematics, UC Berkeley (0.5 time)

(1989 - 1990): President, Axcom Trading Advisors

    (now Rennaisance Technology's "Medallion Fund")

(1983 - 1989): President, Cyclotomics (became Kodak Berkeley Research)

(1971 - 1983): Professor of Mathematics and of EECS, UC Berkeley

(1974 - 1975): Miller Institute Research Professor

(1975 - 1977): Associate Chairman of EECS for Computer Science, UC Berkeley

(1966 - 1971): Member of Technical Staff, Mathematics Research, Bell Telephone Laboratories

   (now AT&T Shannon Lab and Nokia Bell Labs)

(1964 - 1966): Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering, UC Berkeley

Also see Board Memberships 

Visiting Academic Positions

(January 2008): Visiting Professor of Mathematics, MIT

(1991 - 1993): Visiting Professor of EECS and Mathematics, MIT

(1970 Spring): Visiting Lecturer at Westfield College, U. London

(1969 Spring): Adjunct Assistant Professor of EE, Princeton

(1966 Fall): Visiting Assistant Professor of Statistics, U. North Carolina

(1960 - 1963): Co-op Student and Summer Employee, Bell Telephone Laboratories

Also see Thesis Students -- outside examiner and Academic Review Boards

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