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Serge Haroche

Serge Haroche

Professor Emeritus

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Personal status:

  • Born September 11, 1944 in Casablanca, Morocco
  • French citizen
  • Married, two children

 

Academic Training and degrees:

  • Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris 1963-1967
  • Doctorat de Troisieme Cycle, Paris 1967 and Agrégation de Physique, Paris 1967
  • Thèse d’Etat de Physique (PhD in Physics), Paris 1971

 

Former Positions:

  • Attaché de recherches au CNRS, Paris, 1967-1971
  • Chargé de recherches au CNRS, Paris, 1971-1973
  • Maître de recherches au CNRS, Paris, 1973-1975
  • Maître de conferences at Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, 1973-1984
  • Visiting scholar at Stanford University, 1972-1973,1976 and 1979
  • Visiting scientist at M.I.T. (Cambridge, USA) 1979
  • Visiting Professor at Harvard University (Cambridge, USA), 1981
  • Professor at Yale University (part time), (New Haven, CT, USA) 1984-93
  • Professeur de Physique at Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, 1975-2001
  • Professeur at Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, September 1982 -2001
  • Member of Institut Universitaire de France, December 1991-2001
  • Directeur du Département de Physique de l’Ecole Normale Supérieure, 1994-2000
  • Professeur at Collège de France, Chaire de Physique Quantique, 2001-2015

 

Prizes and Awards:

  • Prix Aimé Cotton of the French Physical Society, 1971
  • Grand Prix de Physique Jean Ricard of the French Physical Society, 1983
  • Einstein Prize for Laser Science (Industrial and University Research Affiliates), 1988
  • Humboldt Award, Germany (1992)
  • Michelson Medal of the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia (1993)
  • EPS traveling lecturer (1993-94)
  • Tomassoni award of La Sapienza University, Rome (2001)
  • Quantum Electronics Prize of the European Physical Society (2002)
  • Quantum Communication Award of the International Organization for Quantum -Communication, Measurement and Computing and Tamagawa University (Japan) (2002)
  • Charles Hard Townes Prize of the American Physical Society, (2007)
  • Gra-Cruz Ordem Nacional do Merito Cientifico, Brazil (2007)
  • Médaille d’or du CNRS (CNRS Gold Medal) (2009)
  • Advanced Research Grant ERC (2009)
  • Herbert Walther Award of the German Physical Society and Optical Society of America (2010)
  • Nobel Prize for Physics (2012)

 

Membership in Professional Institutions:

  • French Physical Society
  • European Physical Society (EPS)
  • American Physical Society, Member 1988, Fellow 1990

 

Membership in Academies:

  • Académie des Sciences, Paris, 1993
  • Brazilian Academy of Sciences (foreign member) (2009)
  • European Academy of Sciences (2009)
  • National Academy of Sciences, USA (foreign member) (2010)

 

 

Detailed résumé (2011)

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