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Steven C. Pieper

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Dates

April 25, 1943 – present

Authorized Form of Name

Pieper, Steven C.

Biography

Abstract

Steven Pieper is Senior Physicist at Argonne National Laboratory (1996-present). Other institutional affiliations include Case Western Reserve University. His research interests include the calculation of heavy-ion relations by distorted-wave born approximation and coupled channel techniques, variational Monte-Carlo calculations for finite many-body systems, and computer techniques for physics research.

Important Dates

April 25, 1943Birth, Oceanside (N.Y.).

1965Obtained BS, University of Rochester, Rochester (N.Y.).

1970Obtained PhD in Physics, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Champaign (Ill.).

1970 – 1972Research Associate, Case Western Reserve University.

1972 – presentResearch Associate (1972-1974); Assistant Physicist (1974-1978); Physicist (1978-1995); Chief, Theory Group, Physics Division (1987-1990); Member, Executive Committee, Energy Research Supercomputer Users' Group (1994-1999); and Senior Physicist (1996-present), Argonne National Laboratory, Lemont (Ill.).

1988Visitor, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

1989Visitor, University of Pisa.

1996Fellow, American Physical Society.

2010Awarded Tom W. Bonner Prize in Nuclear Physics, American Physical Society.

Occupation

Theoretical nuclear physicist.

Places

Birth

Oceanside (N.Y.)

Undergraduate Education

Rochester (N.Y.)

Graduate Education

Champaign (Ill.)

Employment

Lemont (Ill.)

Subjects

Monte Carlo method.

Nuclear physics.

Theoretical physics.

Relationships

People

Colleagues

Abrikosov, A. A. (Alekseĭ Alekseevich)

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Bollinger, Lowell M. (Lowell Moyer)

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Campuzano, Juan Carlos

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Crabtree, G. W.

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Duffield, Robert B.

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Eastman, Dean E. (Dean Eric)

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Freedman, Stuart J.

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Grunder, Hermann

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Holt, R. J. (Roy J.)

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Isaacs, Eric D.

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Massey, Walter E.

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Rosner, Robert

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Sachs, Robert Green, 1916-

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Schiffer, John P.

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Schriesheim, Alan

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Webb, R. A. (Richard Alan)

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Wiringa, Robert Bruce

Both employed at Argonne National Laboratory.

Institutions

Major Positions

Argonne National Laboratory

Research Associate; Assistant Physicist; Physicist; Senior Physicist; Chief, Theory Group, Physics Division; and Member, Executive Committee, Energy Research Supercomputer Users' Group.

Case Western Reserve University. Department of Physics

Research Associate.

Professional Activities & Affiliations

American Physical Society

Fellow and received 2010 Tom W. Bonner Prize in Nuclear Physics.

Università di Pisa

Visitor.

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Department of Physics

Obtained PhD (1970). Visitor.

University of Rochester. Department of Physics and Astronomy

Obtained BS (1965).

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