- Address
- Education
- Regular positions held
- Visiting positions held
- Awards
- Management
- Selected service activities.
- Grants
- Society memberships
- Selected talks
- Graduate students
- Publications

- Email: j.greenlees@sheffield.ac.uk
- URL: http://greenlees.staff.shef.ac.uk/
- Post: Department of Pure Mathematics, University of Sheffield, Hicks Building, Sheffield, S3 7RH, UK.
- Phone: 0114-222 3786
- Department: 0114-222 3801
- Fax: 0114-222 3809

- B.A. (Hons) first class in mathematics (Cambridge), 1981
- Certificate of advanced study in mathematics (``Part III'') with distinction 1982
- Ph.D. in mathematics (Cambridge) 1985,

- Trinity College Cambridge
- 1985-86 Senior Rouse Ball Studentship

- National University of Singapore
- 1986-89 Lecturer

- University of Sheffield
- 1990-1993 Lecturer in Pure Mathematics
- 1993-1995 Lecturer in Pure Mathematics
- 1995-present Professor of Pure Mathematics

- University of Chicago
- 1989-1990 Assistant Professor
- 1994 (Fall Quarter) Associate Professor

- Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge.
- 2002 (Autumn Term) Principal Organizer of `New Contexts for Stable Homotopy' programme.

- MSRI, Berkeley
- Research Professor, Feb-May 2014

- CRM, Barcelona
- Simons Visting Researcher, Spring 2015

- HIM, Bonn.
- Research Visitor, May-August 2015

- Trinity College, Cambridge.
- Senior Rouse Ball Studentship (1985-86)

- Nuffield Foundation
- Science Research Fellowship (1995-96)

- London Mathematical Society
- Junior Berwick Prize (1995)

- Head of Department of Pure Mathematics (2004-08)
- Head of School of Mathematics and Statistics (2010-13)

- National committees
- Member of the EPSRC Mathematics Strategic Advisory Team (2004-06)
- Member of Pure Mathematics RAE Panel F20 (2006-08)
- Member of Mathematical Sciences REF Panel B10 (2011-14)
- Vice President of the London Mathematical Society (2009-2015)

- Editorships
- London Mathematical Society journals (1994-2004)
- Topology and its applications (since 1998)
- Algebraic and geometric topology (since foundation, 2000)
- Southeast Asian Journal of Mathematics (since 1997)
- Homology, homotopy and applications (since 2007)

- Principal organizer of four month programme `New contexts for stable homotopy.' (Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge, 2002)
- Sheffield Conferences coorganized.
- Sheffield Homotopy Miniconferences (1997, 2001, 2006)
- Transpennine Topology Triangle (Sheffield node), since 1995
- Eighth and Fifteenth British Topology Meetings (1993, 2000)

- International Conferences coorganized.
- AMS Summer Regional Conference (Boulder, Colorado, 1999)
- Axiomatic, enriched and motivic homotopy theory (NATO ASI, Director), (Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge, 2002)
- Workshop on Homological algebra and representation theory in commutative algebra (MSRI, 2003)
- Oberwolfach Homotopy theory meeting (2007, 2011, 2015)
- Kervaire Invariant Workshop, ICMS Edinburgh (2011)

- Quality assurance
- External examiner, University of Leicester (2002-04)
- External examiner, University of Durham (2007-11)
- External assessor, Sultan Qaboos University (Oman) (2007-09)
- External examiner, University of Cambridge (Ib) (2010-12)
- External examiner, University of Edinburgh (2013-15)

- Named participant in the University of Chicago NSF Topology grant, (1995-98) and (1998-2001)
- EPSRC 3 year RA grant ``Local cohomology in algebraic topology'' (1999-2002)
- EU grant for the ``Modern homotopy theory'' Research Training Network (2000-03)
- EPSRC 3 year RA grant ``Local cohomology in algebraic topology'' (2005-08)
- EPSRC 3 year RA grant ``Homotopy theoretic notions of complete intersections for rings and ring spectra.'' (2007-10)
- EPSRC 3 year RA grant ``Rational equivariant cohomology theories'' (2010-14)
- 9 EPSRC Visiting Fellowship grants.

- London Mathematical Society.
- American Mathematical Society.

- CBMS/NSF Conference on equivariant homotopy theory (Fairbanks, Alaska, 1993) Three talks, on K theory, Tate cohomology and brave new equivariant algebra.
- Stable homotopy theory (Fields Institute, Toronto, 1996) ``Rational S1-equivariant cohomology theories.''
- Northwestern Conference on algebraic topology (1997) ``Varieties and local cohomology of chromatic group cohomology rings.''
- Barcelona Conference on Algebraic Topology (1998) ``Equivariant bordism and equivariant formal group laws.''
- Workshop on local cohomology (Guanajuato, Mexico; 1999) Keynote series ``Local cohomology in equivariant topology I, II, III''
- Skye Conference on Algebraic topology (2001) ``Rational torus-equivariant cohomology theories''
- Glasgow conference on structured ring spectra (2002) ``The Gorenstein condition in algebra and topology''
- Northwestern Conference on algebraic topology (2002) ``Rational S1-equivariant cohomology theories and elliptic curves.''
- Barcelona Conference on Algebraic Topology (2002) ``Algebraic groups and equivariant cohomology theories.''
- EU Workshop Elliptic cohomology and chromatic phenomena (INI Cambridge, 2002) ``Algebraic groups and equivariant cohomology theories.''
- MSRI Evans lecture (MSRI, Berkeley, 2003) ``Brave new commutative algebra reborn.''
- Homotopy theory meeting (Oberwolfach, 2003) ``New twists for `Duality in algebra and topology' ''
- Interactions between homotopy theory and algebra (Chicago, 2004) ``First steps in brave new commutative algebra, I,II''
- Structured ring spectra (Rosendal, 2005) ``Brave new commutative algebra and modular representation theory.''
- Topologie Algebrique et Applications (Nice, 2006) Keynote series ``Four lectures on rational equivariant cohomology theories.''
- NRW Topology meeting and Bonn Colloquium (2007) ``Commutative algebra for spaces and groups.''
- Commutative algebra (Lincoln, NA, 2008) ``Homotopy invariant notions of complete intersection for rings and spectra.''
- New contexts in homotopy theory (Chicago 2009) ``Rational torus-equivariant cohomology theories.''
- Positive scalar curvature, topology and geometry (Muenster 2010) ``Local cohomology and the GLR conjecture.''
- Derived categories (Banff, 2011) ``Homotopy invariant notions of complete interesection.''
- Thematic Workshop (Lille, 2012) ``Duality and local cohomology'' (Keynote lecture series)
- Eilenberg Centenary Conference (Warsaw, 2013) ``Equivariant cohomology theories from algebraic geometry.''
- ICM Satellite conference, Algebraic Topology (Dalian, 2014) ``Embodying the localization theorem.''
- IRTATCA (CRM Barcelona, 2015) ``Homotopy invariant commutative algebra'' Advanced Course.

- Juan Antonio Perez (1991-94)
- Gareth Williams (2001-05)
- Dave Barnes (2004-07)
- Kijti Rodtes (2007-10)
- Arjun Malhotra (2007-11)
- Mohammad Abbasirad (2010-14)
- Magdalena Kedziorek (2010-14)
- Three current students

Last modified March 2015 by J.P.C.Greenlees.