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Barrie Saunders Hart Royce, Professor Emeritus                                                         
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
D302 E Engineering Quadrangle,

(609) 258-4681;  bshroyce@princeton.edu

Not Heav'n' itself upon the past has pow'r,  But what has been, has been, and I have had my hour.
John Dryden

"We have to dream or things don't happen"  Oscar Niemeyer

Professional Societies

American Physical Society

Education

B.Sc. (Physics) King’s College London    1954

Ph.D. (Physics) King’s College London   1957
 
Employment

2002 to Present        Professor Emeritus, Princeton University

2003 to 2004             SEAS Acting Dean of Graduate Affairs

1978 to 2002             Professor, Princeton University

1986 to 1994             Master of Dean Mathey College, Princeton University

1966 to 1978             Associate Professor, Princeton University

1961 to 1966             Assistant Professor, Princeton University

1960 to 1961             Research Associate, Princeton University

1957 to 1960             Research Associate and Lecturer, 
                                     Carnegie Institute of  Technology

1954 to 1957             Tutorial Student, Department of Physics,
                                     University of London King’s College
 
Honors and Awards

Visiting Professor, Institute for Advanced Studies, IPN, Mexico. 1967,1978, 1989

Visiting Professor, University of Paris Sud. 1973, 1977

Science Research Council Senior Fellow, Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford University. 1970

Visiting Professor, Sao Carlos, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil.  1961, 1966, 1969, 1976
 
Visiting Associate Physicist, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Summer 1968

State Scholar, Department of Physics, University of London King’s College. 1951 to 1954
 
Footsteps echo in the memory,  Down the path we did not follow, To the door we did not open,
Into the rose garden.
 
T. S. Eliot
 
Everyone ends up moving alone towards the self.
 
Nadine Gordimer