Jonathan I. Katz

Professional Vita

Born: January 5, 1951


A.B. Cornell University, 1970, Physics
A.M. Cornell University, 1971, Astronomy and Space Sciences
Ph.D. Cornell University, 1973, Astronomy and Space Sciences


1986-present Professor of Physics, Washington University
1981-1986 Associate Professor of Physics, Washington University
1976-1981 Associate Professor of Astronomy and IGPP, UCLA
1973-1976 Member, Institute for Advanced Study
1970-1973 Physicist, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory
1969 Research Technician, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory


1985-1986 Fulbright Senior Lecturer
1977-1981 Alfred P. Sloan Fellow
1971-1973 Fannie and John Hertz Foundation Graduate Fellowship
1970-1971 National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship


1974-present American Physical Society


1973-1993 Lawrence Livermore Laboratory
1974-1983 Stanford Research Institute (JASON)
1983-present MITRE (JASON)
1979 Center for Astrophysics
1978 Jet Propulsion Laboratory
1977-1986, 1999-present Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory
1976 University of Illinois
1975 Stanford Linear Accelerator Center


1999- LANL X-Division Review Committee
1999- NAS/NRC Stockpile Stewardship Review Committee
1983-1986 NASA Advisory Council
1983-1984 NAS/NRC Committee on Atmospheric Effects of Nuclear Explosions
1982 NASA Subcommittee on Utilization of External Tanks of STS
1980 NASA New Directions Symposium
1979 NASA Innovation Study Group

Publications: Over 100 technical papers and two books.
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Jonathan Katz