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Bachelor of Science in Mathematics 1962

Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois, USA
Winner of Pi Mu Epsilon mathematics contest (all of Southern Illinois);
Worked my way through College by programming and several SIU scholarships

Master of Arts in Mathematics and Computing 1965

University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada
Thesis: A Survey of Formal Language Theory

Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics 1967

University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada


Southern Illinois University, Computing Center 1959-62

Student programmer.

University of Western Ontario, Computer Science Department 1962-67

1962-64: Lecturer (full-time).
1964-67: Assistant professor.

The Pennsylvania State University, Computer Science Department 1967-73

1967-69: Assistant professor.
1969-73: Associate professor.

The University of Kansas, Computer Science Department 1973-79

1973-75: Associate professor.
1975-81: Full professor.

The University of Aarhus (Denmark), Computer Science Department 1976-77, 1979-81

1976-77: Guest professor (on leave from Kansas).
1979-81: Visiting Lektor.

The University of Copenhagen (Denmark), Computer Science Department 1982-2007

1982-87: Lektor.
1987-2007: Professor.

Retired professor 2007-present

Guest professorships

INRIA, Paris, around 1980, one month
INRIA, Paris, 1984, one month
University of Paris at Orsay, 1986, one month
INRIA, Sophia Antipolis, 1987, one month
Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, 1993 and 2001 and 2008, one month each
National University of Singapore, 1999 and 2002 one month each, 2 months in 2008
University of Oxford (Programming Research Group), 3 months in 2004
Stanford Research Institute, 2 months in 2008
Chalmers Technical University, Sweden, 2 months in 2009
University of Freiburg, 6 months in 2009

Neil D. Jones
September 27, 2010