Sidney Resnick
School of Operations Research and Information Engineering

Resnick joined the Cornell faculty in 1987 after nine years at Colorado State University, six years at Stanford University, and two years at the Technion, in Haifa, Israel. He has also held visiting appointments at several institutions, including the University of Amsterdam and the Amsterdam Mathematics Center; the Australian National University and CSIRO, in Canberra, Australia; the Technion in Israel (as a Lady Davis Fellow); Sussex University, in Brighton, UK (as a Science and Engineering Research Council Fellow), Erasmus University, in Rotterdam, The Netherlands; and ETH Zurich. Resnick is a fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics, and while at Colorado State was an Oliver Pennock Distinguished Service Award winner. He was on the Bernoulli Society Committee for Conferences in Stochastic Processes and was on the program committee of the First World Congress of the Bernoulli Society in Tashkent, USSR. He is a founding associate editor of Annals of Applied Probability, and a current associate editor of Journal of Applied Probability, Stochastic Models, Extremes and The Mathematical Scientist. He is a former associate editor of Stochastic Processes and Their Applications. He served a three-year term on the Council of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics and served on their ad hoc committee on electronic publishing. He is currently an editor for Birkhauser, Boston serving on the boards of the Progress in Probability and Progress in Probability and Its Applications series and also serves on the editorial board of the Springer series Operations Research and Financial Engineering.

Resnick concluded a five year term as Director of Cornell's School of Operations Research and Information Engineering in July 2003. He was named Lee Teng-Hui Professor in Engineering in November 2008.

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