Professor Jacqueline Krim

J. Krim

Distinguished University Professor
Department of Physics
North Carolina State University

Raleigh, NC 27695
Partners III - Room 145
Phone: (919) 513-2684
Fax: (919)515-6538


  red dot 1984 Ph.D., Physics, University of Washington, Seattle
  red dot 1980 M.S., Physics, University of Washington, Seattle
  red dot 1978 B.A., Physics, University of Montana, Missoula
  red dot 1977 University of California, Berkeley(summer)
  red dot 1976 American Institute of Foreign Study (U.S.S.R.)(summer)


  red dot 2013-2015 Associate Dean for Research, College of Sciences
  red dot 2011-2013 Associate Dean for Research, College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
  red dot 2009 Visiting Professor of Physics, Duke University, Durham, NC
  red dot 1998-present Professor of Physics, North Carolina State University, Raleigh
  red dot 1991-1992 Senior Research Fellow, Katholieke University Leuven, Belgium
  red dot 1985-1998 Assistant, Associate(1992), Professor of Physics(1996), Northeastern University, Boston, MA
  red dot 1984-1985 NATO Postdoctoral Fellow, Universite d'Aix-Marseille, France
  red dot 1984 Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Washington
  red dot 1980-1984 Research Associate, University of Washington


  2015 American Physical Society David Adler lectureship award for "pioneering work in the physics of tribology, including elucidation of the relative importance of electronic and phononic dissipation mechanisms, and for excellent outreach to scientific and non-scientific audiences"
  2014 Outstanding Referee Recognition by the American Physical Society
  2010 NSF DMR American Competitiveness and Innovation (ACI) Fellow, "For outstanding contributions to understanding friction at the nanoscale and exemplary efforts in broadening participation in science through maintaining a diverse research group and explaining research to the lay public"
  2001-2003 Distinguished Lecturer, Sigmi Xi Society
  2002 North Carolina State University Alumni Outstanding Researcher Award
  2000 Marqui's Who's Who
  2000 Fellow, American Physical Society
  1999 Fellow, American Vacuum Society
  1995 NSF Creativity Award, Division of Materials Research
  1994 R.F. Bunshah Award for Best Paper at the International Conference on Metallurgical Coatings and Thin Films
  1987 NSF Presidential Young Investigator Award
  1984 NATO Postdoctoral Fellow
  1984 Recipient of the first annual Joseph and Evelyn Henderson Award, for excellence in completed graduate research at the University of Washington
  1983 Achievement Rewards for College Scientists, (ARCS) dissertation fellowship for outstanding doctoral students
  1975-1978 Recipient of a tuition waiver from the University of Montana for academic excellence; B.A. with High Honors
  1974 Higher education scholarship recipient as the winner of a state wide competition for the design of the Bicentennial Commemorative Medallion for the State of Wisconsin






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