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    EDUCATION:

    • 1986-1989 Ph.D. in Theoretical Chemistry (summa cum laude), The Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot. Supervisor: Professor Moshe Shapiro.
    • 1983-1985 M.Sc. in Physical Chemistry (summa cum laude), The Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot. Supervisor: Professor Moshe Shapiro.
    • 1980-1982 B.Sc. in Chemistry (summa cum laude), The Tel-Aviv University, Ramat-Aviv.

    ACADEMIC POSITIONS:

    • September 2004-present Professor of Chemistry and Physics, Northwestern University.
    • July 2005-August 2008 Chair of Physical Chemistry Division, Northwestern University.
    • March 2003-present Professor of Chemistry, Northwestern University, Evanston.
    • June 1999-February 2003 Senior Research Officer
    • Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences
    • National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa.
    • October 1998-February 2003 Cross-Appointed Professor of Chemistry
    • Queens University, Kingston.January 1996-June 1999 Associate Research Officer National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa.
    • March 1996-October 1998 Adjunct Assistant Professor, Queens University.
    • July 1993-January 1996 Assistant Research Officer, National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa.
    • July 1992-July 1993 Principal Investigator, NASA Ames Research Center, Mountain View.
    • June 1990-June 1992 Weizmann postdoctoral fellow and Fulbright postdoctoral fellow, University of California, Berkeley.

    AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS:

    • Fellow, American Physical Society.
    • Fellow, Guggenheim Foundation.
    • Member at Large of the American Physical Society Division of Chemical Physics, 2008-2010.
    • Weston Professorship, 2007-2009.
    • A. von Humboldt Research Award, 2004-2008.
    • Distinguished Lecturer, Windsor University, 2008.
    • Weizmann Institute Visiting Professor Fellowship, Rehovot 2006.
    • Technion Visiting Professor Fellowship, Haifa 2005.
    • Galileo Galilei Lectureship, Pisa 2004.
    • Weizmann Institute Visiting Professor Fellowship, Rehovot 2004.
    • Hebrew University Visiting Professor Fellowship, Jerusalem 2003.
    • ITAMP Visiting Professor Fellowship, Boston 1997.
    • Emerson Visiting Professor Fellowship, Atlanta 1996-1997.
    • Wegner Fellowship, 1996.
    • Fulbright Research Award, 1990-1991.
    • Chaim Weizmann Postdoctoral Fellowship, 1990-1991.
    • Knesset of Israel Award for Distinguished Students, 1990.
    • J.F. Kennedy Award Prize, 1990.
    • Knesset of Israel Award for Distinguished Students, 1989.
    • Weizmann Institute Award Prize in memory of Daniel Brener, 1989.
    • Feinberg Graduate School Award Prize, 1985.
    • Tel-Aviv University Award, 1982.
    • Tel-Aviv University Award, 1981.

    LANGUAGES:

    • Hebrew (native), English, German and French.

    EDITORSHIPS:

    • Associate Editor of Physical Review Letters.
    • Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Physical Chemistry.
    • Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience.
    • Distinguished member of the Editorial Board of the Open Physical Chemistry Journal.
    • Advisory Editor for Theoretical Chemistry Accounts.
    • Specialist Editor of Computer Physics Communications.
    • Member of the International Advisory Editorial Board of Physical Chemistry Communications.
    • Member of the Editorial Board of Advances in Physical Chemistry.

    http://chemgroups.northwestern.edu/seideman/CV.pdf


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