Blum, Lenore (Carol)

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BLUM, Lenore (Carol).

BLUM, Lenore (Carol). American, b. 1943. Genres: Mathematics/Statistics. Career: Air Force Office of Science and Research, fellow, 1968-69; University of California, Berkeley, lecturer in mathematics, 1969-71, adjunct professor of computer science, beginning in 1989, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, deputy director, c. 1990-; Mills College, research associate in mathematics, 1971-77, mathematics and computer science department, founder, 1973, chair, 1973-86, associate professor of mathematics, 1977-, Letts-Villard chair of mathematics and computer science, 1978-, Letts-Villard professor, 1978-; International Computer Science Institute, Theory Group, research scientist, 1988-. Math/Science Network, Expanding Your Horizons Conferences, founder, co-director, 1975-81; member of Mathematics Panel, Project 2061. Publications: (with S. Smale and M. Shub) Complexity and Real Computation, 1997. Author of books and films for the Math/Science Network. Contributor to journals. Address: 700 Euclid Ave., Berkeley, CA 94708, U.S.A.