Guust Nolet

George J. Magee Professor of Geophysics, emeritus, Princeton University
and
Professor of Geophysics, emeritus, Geosciences Azur (University of Nice)

Current address:
Geosciences Azur,
250, rue Albert Einstein,
06560 Sophia Antipolis,
France.
Telephone: +33.4.83.61.86.32 (office, but preferably call: cellphone +33.6.60.79.74.33)
Citizenship:  Dutch

Education
1972    MSc (cum laude), Utrecht University: Geophysics with mathematical physics and numerical analysis.
1976    PhD (cum laude), Utrecht University.

Languages
Dutch, English, French, German, Italian

Employment
1967-1968   Teaching assistentship in department of medical physics
1969-1972   Teaching assistentships in departments of Physics and Geophysics
1972-1975   Research associate, Netherlands Organization for the Advancement of Pure Research
1976-1985   Assistent/Associate Professor, Earth Science Department, Utrecht University
1985-1991   Professor, Utrecht University
1991- 2008  Professor, Department of Geosciences, Princeton University
                   (since 1997 as George J. Magee Professor of Geophysics and Geological Engineering)
2007-2008   Visiting Professor, Geosciences Azur
2008-2014   Professor of Geophysics, Geosciences Azur, University of Nice

Awards and Honours
1980   Prix Lagrange, Academie Royale des Sciences, des Lettres et des Beaux Arts de Belgique
1983   Vening Meinesz prijs, Netherlands Organization for the Advancement of Pure Research
1988   Member, Academia Europaea
1988   Cecil H. and Ida Green Fellowship
1993   Fellow, American Geophysical Union
1994   Gutenberg lecturer, American Geophysical Union
1996   Corresponding member, Royal Netherlands Academy of Sciences
2006   Beno Gutenberg medal, European Geophysical Society
2006   Bownocker medal
2006   Member,  American Academy of Arts and Sciences
2008   Laureate, European Research Council   Advanced Investigators Grant
2010  Outstanding reviewer citation, Geophysical Journal International
2014  Outstanding reviewer citation, Geophysical Journal International
2015   ADIONS medal , Observatoire de la Cote d'Azur

Professional Activity
1982-1986 Editor, Geophysical Journal Royal Astronomical Society
1984-1988 Member, Executive Committee ORFEUS consortium
1985-1987 Head of Department of Geophysics, Utrecht University
1986-1987 Director, Int. School of Applied Geophysics, Erice, Italy.
1987-1988 Associate Dean, Faculty of Earth Sciences, Utrecht University
1982-1991 Member, ESC working group on seismic theory
1988-2002 Editor, "Modern Approaches to Geophysics" (Kluwer)
1989-2000 Chairman, IASPEI subcommission on Geotomography
1989-1991 NWO Review Panel for lithospheric studies
1990 STW Panel on applied research
1990-1991 Earth Science Council, Royal Netherlands Academy of Sciences
1990-1992 Vice President, European Seismological Commission
1992 NSF/EAR Panel on Small Business Innovation research
1992-1996 Member, IRIS Executive Committee
1993 DOE review panel, BES Geosciences Research Program
1993-1995 Associate Editor, J. Geophysical Research
1998-2000 President, Seismology Section, American Geophys. Union.
1998-2001 Editor, Journal of Seismology
2000-2004 Member, US National Committee for the IUGG
2000-2004 Member, Committee on Seismology, National Research Council
2001-2007 Associate chair, Dept of Geosciences, Princeton University
2001-2004 NSF/EAR Geophysics panel
2003 Peer review committee, Dept of Geophysics, Stanford University
2003 Peer review committee, Dept of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Harvard
2003 Umbrella committee, NWO Bonus Incentive Scheme
2003-2005 Chair, IRIS Data Management System Standing Committee
2004-2006 Jury, Spinoza Prize, NWO, The Netherlands
2005 Member, EarthScope Science and Education Committee (ESEC)
2007-2011 Jury, Gutenberg Medal (EGU)
2010 Evaluation committee, Top Research Schools (NWO)
2011 Committee of Visitors, National Science Foundation
2012-2013, Panel, ERC Synergy grants.
2015 Peer review committee Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Utrecht University

Field Experience
1979 Seismic refraction experiment in the Pamir-Himalaya mountains
1980-1984 Design, testing and setting up of the 14 station, broad band, digital Network of Autonomously Recording Seismographs (NARS)
1996 Installation of a 35 station PASSCAL array on Iceland.

Invited Scientist/Lecturer
1975 (March-June) Istituto di Geofisica, Bari, Italy
1977 (May-June) Dept of Appl Math and Theor Physics, Cambridge, England
1978 (January) Institut fur Geophysik, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
1979 (March-April) Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, USA
1980 Lecturer, International School of Applied Geophysics, Erice, Italy
1982 Lecturer, International School of Applied Geophysics, Erice, Italy
1983 Lecturer, Department of Geophysics, Stanford, USA
1987 Lecturer, International School of Solid Earth Geophysics, Erice, Italy
1988/9 Visiting Professor at the Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, UC San Diego, USA.
1989 Lecturer, Tsukuba Winter School, Tsukuba, Japan.
1990 Lecturer, International School of Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy.
1994 Lecturer, International School of Solid Earth Geophysics, Erice, Italy.
1995 Lecturer, IX Summer school on Earth and Planetary Sciences, Siena, Italy.
1997/8 Visiting Professor at Geosciences Azur, Sophia Antipolis and Universite de Nice, France.
1999 Lecturer, International School of Solid Earth Geophysics, Erice, Italy.
2004 Visiting Professor LGIT, Universite Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France.
2005 Visiting Professor, Geosciences Azur, Sophia Antipolis and Universite de Nice, France.
2006 Lecturer, International School of Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy.
2008 Lecturer, International School of Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy.
2010 Lecturer, First Quest workshop, Sardegna, Italy.
2012 Lecturer, Third Quest workshop, Tatranska Lomnica, Slovakia.
2013 Lecturer, 41st Workshop of the International School of Geophysics, Erice, Italy.
2015 Lecturer, First TIDES training school, Bertinoro, Italy.

Last updated: Oct 2015.