Douglas A. Lind
- University of Virginia, 1964-68; B.A. (with Highest Distinction) in Mathematics.
- Cambridge University, 1968-69; Mathematical Tripos, Part III.
- Stanford University, 1969-73; M.A. in Mathematics, 1971; Ph.D. in Mathematics, 1973. Ph.D. advisor: Donald Ornstein; Dissertation title: Locally Compact Measure-Preserving Flows.
- University of Washington, Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, 1976-78; Associate Professor, 1978-83; Professor, 1983–2013; Professor Emeritus, 2013-present; Department Chair, 1993–98.
- Research Member, MSRI Program on Ergodic Theory and Additive Combinatorics, Autumn Semester, 2008.
- Visiting Professor, Department of Mathematics, Yale University, 2001-02, 2005-06, and 2009-2010.
- Professeur Invité, Université Aix-Marseilles, June, 1993.
- Organizer and Member, Program on Symbolic Dynamics, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, California, Fall semester, 1992.
- Consultant to Heath Tecna Aerospace Company, Kent, Washington, June, 1989-December, 1990. Provided mathematical analysis for the manufacture of jet intake ducts by carbon filament winding using geodesics, and used this to develop FORTRAN software to drive filament winding machine.
- Visiting Faculty, IBM Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, New York, September-December, 1984.
- Member, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, California, 1983-1984, Program on Ergodic Theory.
- Fellow, Institute for Advanced Studies, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, 1975-76.
- Miller Research Fellow, University of California, Berkeley, California, 1973-75.