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Kim Sneppen

Kim Sneppen

Professor

Curriculum Vitae for Kim Sneppen

e-mail: sneppen@nbi.dk,

tel: +45 28755352 Born 8 January 1960 in Copenhagen, Danish Nationality.

Four children, ages: 18 to 26.

Address: Ordrupdalvej 37, 2920 Charlottenlund, Denmark.

Positions:

November 2006 — ... : Member of Danish Royal Academy of Sciences.

November 2005 — ................... : Professor, Niels Bohr Institute.

September 2005 — 2015 ............ : Center Director, Models of Life,

November 2002 —2005 ................. : Research Professor, Nordita.

August 2002 — ... (on leave 1/11/2002-1/9/2005): Associate professor, NBI

August 2001 — Aug. 2002 ................................. : Professor, NTNU, Trondheim.

September 1995 — July 2001 ............................. : Assistant Professor, NORDITA.

September 1989 — Aug. 1995 .... : Post-doc/ visiting scientist at Nordita, Rockefeller univ., Princeton univ., Weizman Institute & NBI.

May 1989 ............... : Lic. Scient. (PhD in Nuclear Physics), University of Copenhagen.

September 1986 - Aug. 1989 ........................................... : PhD student NBI.

 

Editorial work:

August 2014 — ..................... Divisional Associated Editor, Physical Review Letters.

 

Awards:

The Gold Medal of the University of Copenhagen, November 1986.

Ole Rømer price from “Royal Danish Academy of Science”, october 1995.

 

Publications: ∼ 200 publications in internationally peer reviewed journals. ∼ 13000 citations, H-index 50 (google scholar). Papers with > 1000 citations in 3 different areas of science.

 

Books: “Physics in Biological Systems”, K. Sneppen & G. Zocchi, Cambridge University press 2005.

“Models of Life”, by K. Sneppen, Cambridge University press 2014.

 

Teaching activity: Courses in classical mechanics (2001), Physics of complex systems (19951998), Physics in biological systems (1999-2005), Biological networks (2006–), Topics in complex systems (2015–).

Supervisor: Supervised 15 PhD students. Currently supervising 2.

Supervised 8 post docs.

3 former PhD’s and 3 former post docs are now tenured faculty.

Education

Professor, PhD

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