Acrivos, Juana Luisa Adolfina Vivó y Azpeitia (married Andreas Acrivos 1956)
Year Retired from SJSU
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UC Berkeley Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, Postdoctoral Fellow 1962
Stanford University, Postdoctoral Fellow 1960
University of Minnesota, 1956 Ph.D.
Universidad de La Habana, 1951 D.Sc.
Instituto del Vedado #2 La Habana, Cuba, 1946 Dual Bachiller en Artes y Ciencias
University of Minnesota, Summer 1961
San José State University: 1962-2000.
Visiting Scientist, Stanford University 1974
UC Berkeley NSF Woman Professor Chemical Biodynamics, 1987-1988
Cavendish Laboratory, Research Advisor Cambridge University Spring 1984
Ph.D. Research Advisor during 5 SJSU Sabbatical leaves at Cavendish Laboratory 1970 to 2000.
Visiting Scientist: IRC for Superconductivity, Cavendish Laboratory Cambridge University, 2000; Stanford University 1971-1975 and 1980-1987.
Cambridge University V Fellow Commoner: Trinity College 1983-1984; Lucy Cavendish 1990-191.
Kavli Royal Society of London “New Chemistry of the elements” Chichester Hall, Oxford, 2014.
Former Soviet Russia Scientists, CRDF Senior Research Advisor 2001 to present.
Professional PI for Research: over 100 SJSU Students, and help start SJSU faculty research:
PI: Research Corporation, 1964 to build 1st SJSU esr magnetic resonance laboratory
PI: National Science Foundation NSF for SJSU Research: 1st: GP-6243 to NSF DMR-93072387
PI: DOE Stanford Synchrotron Research Laboratory-SLAC Proposals 1978 -2015 (3640)
PI: NATO Advanced Study Institute Cambridge University 1983
PI: William M Keck Grant for SJSU chemistry faculty research instrumentation, 1984
PI: C and H Dreyfus Foundation Awards Research with SJSU Undergraduates 2000 to 2015
NATO: Director Advanced Study Institute
SJSU: Mentor minorities; Promotion Committee Chair;
Meeting Convener for Cambridge University
Referee for scientific proposals to NSF, NIH, DOE and scientific journal Solid State Chemistry.
“Physics and Chemistry of electrons and ions in Condensed Matter”, by J.V. Acrivos, NF. Mott and A,D, Yoffe D.Reidel, Dordrecht (1983). The others are available in the www.
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