Terry Rockafellar

Education

A.B., Harvard College, 1957 (Mathematics, summa cum laude, ΦBK)

Fulbright Scholar, University of Bonn, 1957–58

Ph.D., Harvard University, 1963 (Mathematics)

Academic affiliations

University of Texas (Austin): Asst. Professor, 1963–65

University of Washington (Seattle): Asst. Prof., 1966–68; Asso. Prof., 1966–68;

Professor, 1971–2002; Professor Em., 2003–

University of Florida (Gainesville): Adj. Research Prof., 2003–

Visiting positions

Mathematics Institute, Copenhagen: Research Scholar, 1964

Princeton University, Visiting Assistant Professor, 1965–66

University of Grenoble (France): Visiting Professor, 1973–74

University of Colorado (Boulder): Ulam Visiting Professor, Autumn 1978

Internat’l Inst. of Applied Systems Analysis (Vienna): Researcher, 1980–81

University of Pisa (Italy): Visiting Professor, Summer 1991

University of Paris-Dauphine (France): Visiting Professor, Spring 1996

University of Pau (France): Visiting Professor, Summer 1997

Editorial

SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization:

Editor, 1973–78; Assoc. Editor, 1969–73 and 1979–1990

Mathematics of Operations Research: Area Editor, 1976–1986; Advisory, 1986–

SIAM Journal on Optimization: Editor, 1990–95

Mathematical Finance: Advisory Editor, 1991–2001

Archives of Control Science: Editorial Board, 1992–

Set-Valued Analysis: Editorial Board, 1992–

Convex Analysis: Editorial Board, 1993–

Organizational service

Mathematical Programming Society: Governing Council 1975–78

Internat’l Inst. of Applied Systems Analysis (Vienna): Collaborator 1978–2001

Institut des Sciences Math´ematiques (Montreal): Advisory Panel 1992–

FONDAP Program in Applied Mathematics in Chile: Scientific Committee 1997–

Honors

Dantzig Prize (SIAM and the Math. Programming Soc.), 1982

Doctor Honoris Causa, University of Groningen (Netherlands), 1984

Von Neumann Citation (SIAM), 1992

Doctor Honoris Causa, University of Montpellier (France), 1995

Lanchester Prize (INFORMS), 1998

Doctor Honoris Causa, University of Chile, 1998

John von Neumann Theory Prize (INFORMS), 1999

Doctor Honoris Causa, University of Alicante (Spain), 2000