Albert-László Barabási - Curriculum vitae#


Education:
  • 1986-1989, University of Bucharest, major in physics and engineering
  • M.Sc., 1991, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, in physics; advisor T. Vicsek
  • Ph.D., 1994, Boston University, in physics; advisor H.E. Stanley

Employment and Teaching Experience:
  • 1989-91, Research Institute for Technical Physics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Research Assistant
  • 1991-92, Boston University, Teaching Assistant
  • 1992-94, Boston University, Research Assistant
  • 1994-95, IBM, T.J. Watson Research Center, Physical Sciences Department, Postdoctoral Associate
  • 1995-99, University of Notre Dame, Assistant Professor
  • 2000, Institute of Advanced Studies, Collegium Budapest, Senior Fellow
  • 1999-2000, University of Notre Dame, Associate Professor
  • 2005-2006, Harvard University, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Visiting Professor
  • 2004-2007, Center for Complex Network Research, University of Notre Dame, Director
  • 2000-2007, University of Notre Dame, Emil T. Hofman Professor
  • 2005-present, University of Notre Dame, Adjunct Professor of Computer Science and Engineering
  • 2007-present, Northeastern University, Departments of Physics, Biology and Engineering, Distinguished University Professor
  • 2007-present, Center for Complex Network Research, Northeastern University, Director
  • 2008-present, Department of Medicine, Harvard University, Lecturer on Medicine

Scholarships, Fellowships, Honors, Awards:
  • 1990-91 Republican Fellowship of the Republic of Hungary
  • 1990-91 Fellowship of Cel Foundation, Budapest, Hungary
  • 1991 TEMPUS Fellowship, European Community, University of Köln
  • 1991 Soros Foundation Publication and Mobility Grant
  • 1997 NSF CAREER Award
  • 1998 ONR Young Investigator Award
  • 1999 Distinguished Scholar Lecturer, College of Science, University of Notre Dame
  • 2000 Keynote Speaker, Collocation Summit, Washington D.C.
  • 2001 Nivo Prize for the best physics article, Fizikai Szemle (Hungary)
  • 2002 Presidential Award, University of Notre Dame
  • 2002 Editorial Board, ComPlexUs and Fractals
  • 2002 ISI: Fast Breaking Paper in Physics (Reviews of Modern Physics 76, 69 (2002))
  • 2002 ISI: Highly Cited (Nature 407, 651 (2000))
  • 2002 Keynote Speaker, Biotechnology Ventures, San Francisco
  • 2003 Keynote Speaker, 4TH Georgia Tech International Conference in Bioinformatics, Atlanta
  • 2003 Fellow of the American Physical Society
  • 2003 Editorial Board of Internet Mathematics
  • 2003 Fellow of the American Physical Society
  • 2004 Barton Childs Lecture, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
  • 2004 Keynote Speaker, BioADIT 2004, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, Switzerland
  • 2004 Member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  • 2005 FEBS Anniversary Prize for Systems Biology
  • 2006 John Von Neumann Medal and Award for Computer Science
  • 2006 Media Legend Award, University of Notre Dame
  • 2007 Member of the Academia Europae
  • 2008 C&C Prize Recipient, NEC C&C Foundation
  • 2009 APS Outstanding Referee
  • 2009 Cozzarelli Prize, National Academies of Sciences, USA

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