Gerald Dunne’s CV

Fields of Specialization: Theoretical Physics, Quantum Field Theory, Theoretical Particle Physics, Mathematical Methods of Physics


1984 : B. Sc. (First Class Honours), Mathematical Physics, University of Adelaide

1985 : M. Sc., Theoretical Physics, University of Adelaide

Thesis: Deep Inelastic Scattering and the EMC Effect; Advisor: A. W. Thomas

1988 : Ph. D., Theoretical Physics, Imperial College, London

Thesis: Methods of Quantization; Advisor: I. G. Halliday


1988-90 : Postdoctoral Research Associate, Center for Theoretical Physics, MIT

1990-92 : Instructor in Applied Mathematics, Department of Mathematics, MIT

1992-96 : Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, University of Connecticut

1996-02 : Associate Professor, Department of Physics, University of Connecticut

2002- : Professor, Department of Physics, University of Connecticut

Professional Societies:

Life Member, American Physical Society

Fellow, Institute of Physics (U.K.)

Fellow, Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering

2002-2009: Editorial Board, Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical

2004-2009: Section Editor for Classical and Quantum Field Theory, Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical

2019- : Editorial Board, Physical Review D

Honours & Distinctions:

1984: First Class Honours, Department of Mathematical Physics, University of Adelaide

1985-88: Commonwealth Scholar, Association of Commonwealth Universities and The British Council

1987: Full Athletics Colours (Squash), Imperial College, London

1998: Chancellor’s Research Excellence Award, University of Connecticut

1999: Visiting Associate Professor, Technion, Israel, Winter 1999/2000

2000: PPARC (UK Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council) Research Fellow, Oxford, and Visiting Fellow, Balliol College, Oxford

2000: Visiting Professor, Universidad de Santiago de Chile, November 2000

2003: Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Residency Award, Bellagio (Italy), Summer 2003

2006: Distinguished Visiting Scholar, University of Adelaide, Fall 2006

2007: DFG Mercator Guest Professor, University of Heidelberg, Winter/Summer 2007

2014: Visiting Professor, Technion, Israel, Winter 2014

2014: Senior Scholar Award, US-Germany Fulbright Commission, Spring & Summer 2014

2014: DFG Mercator Professor Award, University of Jena, Spring & Summer 2014

2014: Physics Letters B “most valued reviewer” award

2015 — : International Scientific Advisory Board, Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics, Heidelberg

2017: Lead Coordinator KITP Research Program: “Resurgent Asymptotics in Physics and Mathematics”, KITP Santa Barbara

2017: UConn College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Faculty Research Excellence Award