Vita - JAMES KEVIN INGERSENT September 2011 Department of Physics Phone(352 392–8748 University of Florida Fax(352 392–0524 P O Box 118440(352

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Unformatted text preview: JAMES KEVIN INGERSENT September 2011 Department of Physics Phone: (352) 392–8748 University of Florida Fax: (352) 392–0524 P. O. Box 118440 (352) 846–0295 Gainesville, Florida 32611–8440 E-mail: [email protected] USA Web: www.phys.ufl.edu/ ∼ kevin Professional Employment 2004– Professor of Physics University of Florida 1997–2004 Associate Professor of Physics University of Florida 1992–1997 Assistant Professor of Physics University of Florida 1990–1992 Postdoctoral Researcher The Ohio State University Degrees 1990 Ph.D. Physics University of Pennsylvania 1984 B.A. (First Class) Natural Sciences Cambridge University, U.K. Fellowships, Awards, and Honors 2010–2011 Colonel Allan R. and Margaret G. Crow Term Professor, University of Florida 2009 Fellow, American Physical Society 2003 Physics Department Teacher of the Year, University of Florida 1996 Teaching Improvement Program Award, University of Florida 1990–1991 IBM Postdoctoral Fellowship 1986–1988 Dean’s Fellow, University of Pennsylvania 1984–1986 Thouron Exchange Fellow, University of Pennsylvania 1984 Hart Prize, Magdalene College, Cambridge 1982–1984 Prize for Natural Sciences, Magdalene College, Cambridge 1982–1984 Scholar, Magdalene College, Cambridge Research Accomplishments • Numerical renormalization-group method for Bose-Fermi quantum impurity problems. • Theory of “local criticality” in heavy-fermion systems. • Theory of magnetic impurities in pseudogapped Fermi systems and Luttinger liquids. • Non-local extensions to the dynamical mean-field theory of correlated electrons. • Numerical solution of two-impurity, two-channel and three-impurity Kondo problems. • Matching rules and growth rules for quasiperiodic tilings. • Scaling theory of interaction between adsorbed polymer layers. 1 Professional Activities • Divisional Associate Editor, Physical Review Letters (2007–present). • Director (1999–2008) and Co-Director (2008–present), Research Experiences for Undergradu- ates, University of Florida Department of Physics. • Director (2002–2004) and Executive Board Member (2009–present), Center for Condensed Matter Sciences, University of Florida. • Member, Research Program Committee, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (1994– 2002, 2008–2009). Reviewed preproposals and proposals for the In-House Research Pro- gram/User Collaboration Grants Program. • Member, Theory Committee, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (1992–1994). • Co-organizer, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory “Three-Sites Meeting,” Live Oak, Florida (1996). • Co-organizer, international workshop “Quantum Impurity Problems,” Gainesville, Florida (1995)....
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Vita - JAMES KEVIN INGERSENT September 2011 Department of Physics Phone(352 392–8748 University of Florida Fax(352 392–0524 P O Box 118440(352

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