David Hall Roberts Born: February 4, 1947; Washington, D.C. Address: Department of Physics, MS-057 Brandeis University Waltham, MA 02454-9110 USA Phone: (781) 736-2846 Fax: (781) 736-2915 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Education: Ph.D. Stanford University (1973, physics) A.B. Amherst College (1969, physics, magna cum laude) Professional Record: 1992- William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Astrophysics Brandeis University 1989-1992 Professor of Astrophysics Brandeis University 1987-1988 Visiting Associate in Radio Astronomy California Institute of Technology 1987-1988 Consultant, Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology 1984-1989 Associate Professor of Astrophysics Brandeis University 1980-1984 Visiting Scientist, Center for Space Research Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1980-1984 Assistant Professor of Astrophysics Brandeis University 1979-1980 Research Scientist, Research Laboratory of Electronics Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1978-1979 Research Staff, Research Laboratory of Electronics Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1975-1978 Postgraduate Research Physicist and Lecturer University of California at San Diego 1973-1975 Research Associate in Astrophysics University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Honors and Awards: NASA Group Achievement Award for TDRSS Orbiting VLBI (1988) William Warren Stiffler Prize in Physics, Amherst College (1969) Honorary Societies: Phi Beta Kappa Sigma Xi Professional Societies: American Astronomical Society International Astronomical Union International Union of Radio Science (URSI) Professional Activities: NASA Project Science Group for Orbiting VLBI (1991-97) NASA Infrared/Submillimeter/Radio Management and Operations Working Group (1990-94) NRAO Data Analysis Software Review Committee (1989-90) NASA Orbiting VLBI Science Consulting Group (1988-90) At-Large Member, US VLBI Consortium (1987-89) NRAO Users Committee (1983-86) US QUASAT Science Team (1983-87) NASA Technical Working Group for Shuttle VLBI (1981-83) Research Interests: Extragalactic Radio Astronomy: Physics of active galactic nuclei. Development of polarization-sensitive VLBI. Development of space VLBI.