Durand Building, Room 381
Department of Aeronautics & Astronautics
Stanford, CA 94305
Phone: (650) 725-6208
Fax : (650) 723-3018
Email: jameson (@baboon.stanford.edu)
Thomas V. Jones Professor of Engineering
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford University, 1997-Present
James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor of Aerospace Engineering
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Department, Princeton University, 1982-1997
Director, Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics
Princeton University, 1986-1988
Professor of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Department, Princeton University, 1980-1982
Professor of Computer Science
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University, 1974-1980
Associate Professor of Mathematics
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University, 1973
Senior Research Scientist
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University, 1972-1974
Grumman Aerospace Company, 1966-1972
Hawker Siddeley Dynamics Missile Division, 1965-1966
Trinity Hall, Cambridge University, 1960-1963
British Army, 1953-1955
B.A., Engineering (Mechanical Sciences), Trinity Hall, Cambridge University, Graduated with First Class Honors, 1958.
M.A. & Ph.D., Trinity Hall, Cambridge University, 1963.
Research Fellow, Trinity Hall, Cambridge University, 1960 - 1963.
Alfred P. Sloan Foreign Post Doctoral Fellow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Jan - Dec 1962.
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Pendray Aerospace Literature Award, 2015.
Elmer A. Sperry Award for Advancing the Art of Transportation, 2006.
USACM Computational Fluid Mechanics Award, 2005.
ASME Spirit of St. Louis Medal, 1995.
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Fluid Dynamics Award, 1993.
Gold Medal of the Royal Aeronautical Society, 1988.
NASA Medal for Exeptional Scientific Achievement, 1980.
Fellow of The Royal Academy of Engineering, 2005.
Foreign Associate, National Academy of Engineering, 1997.
Fellow of the Royal Society of London, 1995.
Fellowships of Professional Societies
Fellow of The Royal Aeronautical Society, 2004.
Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1990.
Docteur Honoris Causa, Uppsala University, 2002.
Docteur Honoris Causa, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris VI, 2001.
12th USNCCM mini-symposium of High-Order Methods for Computational Fluid Dynamics - A special issue dedicated to the 80th birthday of Professor Antony Jameson
Symposium Celebrating the Careers of Antony Jameson, Phil Roe and Bram van Leer, San Diego, CA, 2013.
Old Wykehamist Fellow, AD Portas, Winchester College, 2011.
Honorary Member of the International Association for Computational Mechanics (IACM), 2011.
Sir James Lighthill Distinguished Lectureship Award, Florida State University, 2010.
An International Symposium on the occasion of the 75th Birthday of Antony Jameson, 21st Century Challenges in Computational Engineering and Science, 2009.
R.T. Davis Memorial Lecture Award, University of Cincinnati, 2008.
F.W. (Casey) Baldwin Award, Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute, 2006.
Workshop in Honor of Professor Antony Jameson's 70th Birthday, Pacing CFD: Technology Drivers and Barriers to Progress, 2004.
The Sixth National Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics Lectureship Award, Aeronautical & Astronautical Society of the Republic of China, 1999.
Theodorsen Lectureship Award, ICASE, NASA Langley, 1997.
Frontiers of Computational Fluid Dynamics 1994, Special edition dedicated to Professor Antony Jameson for his 60th birthday, edited by D.A. Caughey and M.M. Hafez, John Wiley & Sons 1994, ISBN:0471953342. Also see Computational Fluid Dynamics Journal, Vol.5, Number 2, 1996, 1996.
W.R. Sears Distinguished Lecturer, Cornell University, 1992.
Honorary Fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1990.
Honorary Professor of Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xian, China, 1986.
Alfred P. Sloan Foreign Post-Doctoral Fellow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1962.
First Class Honors, Cambridge University, 1958.
Open Scholarship to Trinity Hall, Cambridge University, 1955.
Scholarship to Winchester College, England, 1948.