Peter Paule - Short curriculum vitae#

  • 1976: High School Diploma (Matura; with distinction)
  • 1976-1983: Studies in mathematics, University of Vienna; Dr.phil. (Ph.D.)
  • 1983 (with distinction); thesis in the field of combinatorics and q-series (title: "Zwei neue Transformationen als elementare Anwendungen der q-Vandermonde Formel", advisor: Prof. Johann Cigler) Visiting professorships: (fall 1998) at the University Marne-la-Vallee, Paris, France
  • (spring 1999) at the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa
  • (summer 2001) at the Pennsylvania State University, USA
  • (fall 2002, as "ORCCA chair") at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
  • (winter 2003) at the Pennsylvania State University, USA

  • Since Oct 2009: Director of RISC
  • Since Oct 2008: Director of the Doctoral Program Computational Mathematics at the JKU
  • Since March 2005: Full professor (successor of Bruno Buchberger) at RISC
  • 2003-2008: Director of the FWF Special Research Program SFB F013 Numerical and Symbolic Scientific Computing at the JKU
  • 1996-2004: Associate professor at RISC
  • 1996: Habilitation for mathematics at the Johannes Kepler University Linz
  • 1990-1996: Assistant professor at RISC
  • 1986-1988: PostDoc at RISC
  • 1984-1986: Humboldt Fellowship at the University of Bayreuth working with Prof. Adalbert Kerber
  • 1983: Ph.D. (Dr.phil.) with distinction at the University of Vienna. Thesis title: "Zwei neue Transformationen als elementare Anwendungen der q-Vandermonde Formel" advised by Prof. Johann Cigler

Research projects:
  • "Computer Algebra Algorithms for q-Series and Combinatorial Identities"; FWF; 1989-93
  • "Symbolic Computation and Combinatorial Sums", EU Programme "HCM; 1993-1995
  • "Symbolic Summation and Combinatorial Identities"; FWF; 1998-2001 and 2001-2004
  • "Symbolic Summation in Difference Fields"; FWF; 2003-2007
  • "A Special Function Tool-Box for High-Order Finite Element Methods" FWF; 2004-2008
  • "Proving and Solving in Special Function Domains"; FWF; 2004-2008
  • "Symbolic Integration and Special Functions"; FWF; 2008-2010
  • "Computer Algebra Tools for Special Functions in Numerical Analysis", FWF; 2008-2011

Research visits:
  • Winter 2003: Visiting professor (1 month) at Pennsylvania State University
  • Fall 2002: Visiting professor (1 month, as ORCCA chair) at the University of Waterloo, Canada
  • Summer 2001: Visiting professor (1 month) at Pennsylvania State University, USA
  • Spring 1999: Visiting professor (1 month) at the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Fall 1998: Visiting professor (1 month) at Université Marne-la-Vallée, Paris

Various activities:
  • Since 2008: Editorial Board Member of The Ramanujan Journal
  • Since 2000: Managing editor, with G.E. Andrews and W.Y. Chen, of the Annals of Combinatorics
  • Since 1996: Editorial Board Member of the Journal of Symbolic Computation
  • Since 2006: Editor of two special RISC Book Series with Springer Heidelberg and Springer Vienna
  • Since 1998: Associate Editor for the Digital Library of Mathematical Functions (DLMF)
  • Organizer of FPSAC'09, Hagenberg, Austria, July 2009
  • Program Chair of ISSAC'05, Beijing, July 2005
  • Co-organizer of the Conference Special Functions in the Digital Age at IMA, Minneapolis, July 2002
  • Organizer of a mini-symposium on Computer Algebra and Combinatorics at the 10th SIAM Conference on Discrete Mathematics, IMA, Minneapolis, June 2000
  • Program Chair, with V. Strehl, of FPSAC'97, Vienna, July 1997
  • Organizer, with V. Strehl, of the workshop Symbolic Computation in Combinatorics at MSI, Cornell University, September 1993

Program Committee member for:
  • FPSAC'08 (Valparaiso, Chile, June 2008)
  • MAP'07 (Lorentz Center, Leiden, The Netherlands, January 2007)
  • MAP'06 (Castro-Urdiales, Spain, 2006)
  • FPSAC'99 (Barcelona, Spain, 1999)
  • ISSAC'99 (Vancouver, Canada, 1999)
  • 42nd SLC (Maratea, Italy, 1998)
  • ISSAC'97 (Hawaii, USA, 1997)
  • Computer Algebra Workshop, GI Conference (Klagenfurt, Austria, 1996)
  • FPSAC'96 (Minneapolis, USA, 1996)

  • Reviewer for numerous scientific journals, conferences and research projects including Mathematical Reviews.
  • Member of the mathematical societies ACM, AMS, ÖMG and SIAM.

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