CURRICULUM VITA

Peter Salamon

EMPLOYMENT

           

Permanent Position:    
Mathematics & Statistics
Professor
8/84 - present
San Diego State University
Assoc. Professor
8/81 - 8/84
Visiting Positions:    
Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen
Gaestprofessor
8/93 - 6/94
Physics Institute, Odense
Gaestprofessor
8/93 - 6/94
Theoretical Physics, Heidelberg
Humboldt Stipendiate
6/87 - 12/87
├śrsted Institute, Copenhagen
Gaestprofessor
8/86 - 6/87
Mathematics, San Diego State
Visiting Assistant Professor
8/80 - 8/81
Mathematics, Arizona State
Visiting Assistant Professor
8/79 - 8/80
Institute for Chemistry, Tel Aviv
Postdoctoral Fellow
1/78 - 7/79

EDUCATION

Ph.D. in Chemical Physics, University of Chicago                 3/78
M.S. in Mathematics, Drexel University                                 8/72
B.A. in Mathematics, Lindenwood College                             8/71

RESEARCH INTERESTS

1. Biomathematics
2. Thermodynamics in Finite Time / Geometrical Thermodynamics
3. Optimization and Mathematical Modeling 

ACCOMPLISHMENTS & AWARDS

1. Monty (SDSU Alumni Faculty Award), College of Sciences 1999.
2. Founding President, Telluride Summer Research Center. 1984 - 1986. 
Co-organized twenty workshops 1984-2003.
3. Co-chair of first Gordon Conference on "Modern Developments in Thermodynamics"
Chair for second Gordon Conference on "Modern Developments in Thermodynamics".
4. Corresponding Member, Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
5. Member, Editorial Board, Open Systems and Information Dynamics.
6. Humboldt Stipendiate, University of Heidelberg, Institut fur Theoretische Physik, 1987.

Publications

Over 150 refereed papers, one monograph and four co-edited volumes. 
One of the papers is coauthored with Paul Erdos; thus I have an Erdos number of one.