Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae

Kenneth Steiglitz

Eugene Higgins Professor of Computer Science Emeritus
and Senior Scholar, Princeton University

Born:
January 30, 1939, Weehawken, New Jersey
Mailing address:
Department of Computer Science
35 Olden Street
Princeton University
Princeton, N.J. 08540
Telephone:
609-258-4629
FAX:
609-258-1771
Email:
ken at cs dot princeton dot edu
Web page:
http://www.cs.princeton.edu/~ken
Education:
B.E.E. magna cum laude (1959), New York University
M.E.E. (1960), New York University
Eng.Sc.D. (1963), New York University
Professional Appointments:
1963-67 Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering, Princeton University
1967-73 Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, Princeton University
1973- Professor of Computer Science, Princeton University
Honors:
Fellow of the IEEE, 1981
Technical Achievement Award of the Signal Processing Society, 1981
IEEE Centennial Medal, 1984
Signal Processing Society Award, 1986
Fellow of the ACM, 1997
School of Engineering Distinguished Teacher Award, 1997
IEEE Third Millennium Medal, 2000
Current Research Interests:
Information processing with solitons; auction theory and applications; agent-based market simulation
Courses Taught (2007- ):
COS 126 ("General Computer Science")
COS 323 ("Computing for the Physical and Social Sciences")
COS 444 ("Electronic Auctions")
COS 576 ("Nonstandard Computation")
FRS 119 ("Beyond Silicon: The Future(s) of Computers")
University Service:
Director, Program in Applications of Computing
Acting Chair, Computer Science (Spring 2007)
Committee for Certificate Program in Quantitative and Computational Biology
Committee for Certificate Program in Finance
Committee for Certificate Program in Musical Performance
Other Service:
Editorial board, International Journal of Unconventional Computing
Editorial board, Journal of Cellular Automata
Program committee, NOVEL COMPUTING SUBSTRATES: Workshop at the Unconventional Computation
          2009 Conference, September 7-11, 2009, Ponta Delgada (Azores), Portugal
Program committee, AUTOMATA 2008, Cellular Automata Theory and Applications, June 12-14, 2008,
          Bristol, UK
Program committee, Workshop on Unconventional Computing, VIIIth European Conference
          on Artificial Life (ECAL2005), Sept. 5-9, 2005, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, UK
Advisory Committee for the American Numismatics Society Photofile Project

Books:
Publications (2007- ): (for complete publications, click here)

Book chapters

Journal papers Conference papers