JAMES R. RICE, TEACHING

 

 

Courses taught at Brown University:

 

1965-1966:

     

      Engineering 7, Vector Dynamics (Semester I; with P. S. Symonds)

     

      Engineering 239, Stress Analysis and Fracture (Semester II)

 

1966-1967:

     

      Engineering 7, Vector Dynamics (Semester I; with P. S. Symonds)

     

      Engineering 32, Mechanics of Materials (Semester II)

 

1967-1968:

     

      Engineering 203, Advanced Engineering Mechanics (Semester I)

     

      Engineering 204, Advanced Engineering Mechanics (Semester II)

 

1968-1969:

     

      Engineering 237, Plasticity (Semester I)

     

      Engineering 32, Mechanics of Materials (Semester II; with C. Mylonas)

 

1969-1970:

     

      Engineering 238, Fracture Mechanics (Semester I)

     

      Engineering 32, Mechanics of Materials (Semester II; with C. Mylonas)

 

1970-1971:

     

      Engineering 74, Thermodynamics (Semester I; with J. Kestin)

     

      Engineering 137, Soil Mechanics (Semester II)

 

1971-1972:

     

      On sabbatical leave at University of Cambridge, UK, Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, and at Churchill College, Cambridge

 

1972-1973:

     

      Engineering 229, Plasticity (Semester I)

     

      Engineering 238, Fracture Mechanics (Semester II)

 

1973-1974:

 

      Engineering 135, Structural Analysis (Semester I)

     

      Engineering 136, Soil Mechanics (Semester II)

 

1974-1975:

     

      Engineering 74, Thermodynamics (Semester I; with J. Kestin)

     

      Engineering 136, Soil Mechanics (Semester II)

 

1975-1976:

     

      Engineering 243, Topics in the Mechanical Behavior of Materials (Semester I)

     

      Engineering 136, Soil Mechanics (Semester II)

 

      Engineering 204, Advanced Engineering Mechanics (Semester II; with P.C. Paris)

 

1976-1977:

     

      Engineering 3, Introduction to Mechanics and Electricity (Semester I; with E. Kornhauser)

 

      Engineering 238, Fracture Mechanics (Semester I; with L.B. Freund)

     

      Engineering 222, Mechanics of Solids (Semester II)

 

1977-1978:

     

      Engineering 3, Introduction to Mechanics and Electricity (Semester I; with E. Kornhauser)

     

      Engineering 222, Mechanics of Solids (Semester II)

 

1978-1979:

     

      On sabbatical leave, remained at Brown University

 

1979-1980:

     

      Engineering 175, Advanced Mechanics of Solids (Semester I)

     

      Engineering 130, Structural Analysis (Semester II)

 

1980-1981:

     

      Engineering 175, Advanced Mechanics of Solids (Semester I)

     

      Engineering 238, Fracture Mechanics (Semester II)

 

      Geological Sciences 238, Geophysics Seminar: Physics of Earthquake Sources (Semester II; with R. Dmowska, D. Forsythe and T. Tullis)

 

 

Courses taught at Harvard University:

 

1981-1982:

     

      Engineering Sciences 181, Elementary Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics (Fall)

     

      Engineering Sciences 121, Intermediate Mechanics (Spring)

 

1982-1983:

     

      Engineering Sciences 181, Elementary Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics (Fall)

     

      Engineering 246, Plasticity Theory and Fracture Mechanics (Spring)

 

1983-1984:

     

      Engineering Sciences 181, Elementary Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics (Fall)

     

      Geology 293, Earthquake Source Processes  (Spring; with R. Dmowska)

 

1984 -1985:

     

      Engineering Sciences 181, Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics (Fall)

     

      Engineering Sciences 121, Intermediate Mechanics (Spring)

 

1985-1986:

     

      Applied Mathematics 105a, Topics in Applied Mathematics (Fall)

     

      Geology 293, Earthquake Source Processes  (Spring; with R. Dmowska)

 

1986-1987:

     

      Engineering Sciences 122, Mechanics of Solids (Fall)

     

      Engineering Sciences 247, Fracture Mechanics (Spring)

 

1987-1988:

     

      Applied Mathematics 105a, Topics in Applied Mathematics (Fall)

 

      Engineering Sciences 122, Mechanics of Solids (Fall)

     

      Earth and Planetary Sciences 263, Earthquake Source Processes (Spring; with R. Dmowska)

 

1988-1989:

     

      On sabbatical at California Institute of Technology, Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences; teaching during that period:

           Lectures in informal research course on Plasticity Theory and Mechanics of Finite Deformation

 

1989-1990:

     

      Engineering Sciences 240, Solid Mechanics I (Fall)

     

      Earth and Planetary Sciences 263, Earthquake Source Processes (Spring; with R. Dmowska)

 

      Engineering Sciences 128, Computational Solid and Structural Mechanics (Spring)

 

1990-1991:

     

      Engineering Sciences 247, Fracture Mechanics (Fall)

 

      Engineering Sciences 128, Computational Solid and Structural Mechanics (Spring)

 

1991-1992:

     

      Engineering Sciences 242, Solid Mechanics: Advanced Seminar (Fall; with J. W. Hutchinson)

     

      Earth and Planetary Sciences 263, Earthquake Source Processes (Spring; with R. Dmowska)

 

      Engineering Sciences 128, Computational Solid and Structural Mechanics (Spring)

 

1992-1993:

     

      Applied Mathematics 105b, Topics in Applied Mathematics (Spring)

 

      Engineering Sciences 128, Computational Solid and Structural Mechanics (Spring)

 

1993-1994:

     

      Engineering Sciences 240, Solid Mechanics I (Fall)

      

      Engineering Sciences 128, Computational Solid and Structural Mechanics (Spring)

 

      Lecture series on Earthquake Source Processes, informal course given in lieu of EPS 263 (Spring; with R. Dmowska)

 

1994-1995:

     

      Engineering Sciences 128, Computational Solid and Structural Mechanics (Fall)

     

      On sabbatical leave at Stanford University, Department of Geophysics; teaching during that period (Spring):

           Lectures in course on Faulting and Fluid Flow (with A. Aydin), and in seminar series on Dynamic Models of Earthquakes (with G. Beroza, R. Harris and P. Segall)

 

1995-1996

     

      On sabbatical leave at Stanford University, Department of Geophysics; teaching during that period (Fall):

           Lectures in seminar series on Dynamic Models of Earthquakes (with G. Beroza, R. Harris and P. Segall)

     

      Earth and Planetary Sciences 263, Earthquake Source Processes (Spring; with R. Dmowska; presented jointly with MIT 12.509, Earthquakes and Faulting, C. Marone)

 

      Engineering Sciences 241, Solid Mechanics II (Spring; with J. W. Hutchinson)

 

1996-1997:

     

      Engineering Sciences 128, Computational Solid and Structural Mechanics (Fall)

     

      Applied Mathematics 105b, Ordinary and partial differential equations (Spring)

 

      Engineering Sciences 246, Plasticity and Finite Deformation (Spring; with J. W. Hutchinson)

 

1997-1998:

     

      Earth and Planetary Sciences 263, Earthquake Source Processes (Fall; with R. Dmowska; presented jointly with MIT 12.509, Earthquakes and Faulting, C. Marone)

     

      Earth and Planetary Sciences 108, Environmental Geology (Spring)

 

      Engineering Sciences 241, Solid Mechanics II (Spring; with J. W. Hutchinson)

 

1998-1999:

     

      Engineering Sciences 162, Hydrology and Environmental Geomechanics (Fall)

     

      On leave of absence at ƒcole Normale SupŽrieure, Paris, Departement Terre Atmosphre OcŽan; teaching during that period (Spring):

           Geomechanics and Rupture Dynamics: 9 research lectures at Departement Terre Atmosphre OcŽan, ƒcole Normale SupŽrieure (February to June);

           Comprendre la SismicitŽ:  7 lectures as optional course for students majoring in program La Plante Terre, ƒcole Polytechnique, Paliseau (February to March; with G. Perrin).

 

1999-2000:

     

      On leave of absence at Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, Departement Terre Atmosphre OcŽan; teaching during that period (Fall):

           Problems in Crack and Fault Dynamics:  3 research lectures at Laboratoire de ModŽlisation en MŽcanique, UniversitŽ Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris VI (September and October);

           Introduction ˆ la GŽomŽcanique:  4 lectures as optional course for students of Magistre de Physique, ƒcole Normale SupŽrieure (October and November; with P. BŽsuelle).

     

      Engineering Sciences 120, Introduction to the Mechanics of Solids (Spring)

 

      Applied Physics 298r, Materials Chemistry and Physics Seminar (Spring; with group of faculty; two lectures, Introduction to crack mechanics, and Dynamic fracture, friction and faulting)

 

2000-2001:

     

      Earth and Planetary Sciences 263, Earthquake Source Processes (Fall; with R. Dmowska and C. Marone)

     

      Engineering Sciences 120, Introduction to the Mechanics of Solids (Spring)

 

      Engineering Sciences 241, Advanced Elasticity (Spring; with J. W. Hutchinson)

 

2001-2002:

 

      Earth and Planetary Sciences 108, Environmental Geomechanics (Fall)

 

      Engineering Sciences 265, Advanced Environmental Geomechanics (Fall)

 

      Engineering Sciences 120, Introduction to the Mechanics of Solids (Spring)

 

2002-2003:

 

      Earth and Planetary Sciences 263, Earthquake Source Processes (Fall; with R. Dmowska)

 

      Engineering Sciences 241, Advanced Elasticity (Spring)

 

2003-2004:

 

      On sabbatical leave in Fall, approximately 1.5 months at University of Cambridge, UK, Isaac Newton Institute of Mathematical Sciences, research program on granular materials.

 

      Applied Mathematics 105b, Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations (Spring; with A. A. Harkin)

 

      Earth and Planetary Sciences 108, Environmental Geomechanics (Spring)

 

      Engineering Sciences 265, Advanced Environmental Geomechanics (Spring; with A. W. Rempel)

 

2004-2005:

 

      Earth and Planetary Sciences 263, Earthquake Source Processes (Fall; with R. Dmowska)

 

      On partial leave in early spring, Institut Henri Poincare, Paris, research program on granular materials

 

      Engineering Sciences 241, Advanced Elasticity (Spring; with J. W. Hutchinson)

 

2005-2006:

 

      Engineering Sciences 240, Solid Mechanics (Fall)

 

      Earth and Planetary Sciences 108, Environmental Geomechanics (Spring)

 

      Engineering Sciences 265, Advanced Environmental Geomechanics (Spring; with Hoe I. Ling)

 

2006-2007:

 

      Earth and Planetary Sciences 263, Earthquake Source Processes (Fall; with R. Dmowska)

 

      On sabbatical leave in spring, 8 Jan to 7 Apr at Stanford University, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

 

2007-2008:

 

      Engineering Sciences 162, Hydrology and Environmental Geomechanics (Fall)

 

      Engineering Sciences 262, Advanced Hydrology and Environmental Geomechanics (Fall)

 

      Applied Mathematics 105b, Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations (Spring; with S. Mandre)

 

2008-2009:

 

      Engineering Sciences 162, Hydrology and Environmental Geomechanics (Fall)

 

      Engineering Sciences 262, Advanced Hydrology and Environmental Geomechanics (Fall)

 

      Earth and Planetary Sciences 203, Earthquakes and Faulting (Spring; with B. J. Meade and J. H. Shaw)

 

2009-2010:

 

      Engineering Sciences 162, Hydrology and Environmental Geomechanics (Fall)

 

      Engineering Sciences 220, Fluid Dynamics (Fall; with S. Mandre)

 

      Earth and Planetary Sciences 202, Mechanics in Earth and Environmental Science (Spring)

 

2010-2011:

 

      Engineering Sciences 220, Fluid Dynamics (Fall)

 

      Engineering Sciences 162, Hydrology and Environmental Geomechanics (Spring)

 

2011-2012:

 

      Engineering Sciences 220, Fluid Dynamics (Fall)

 

      Earth and Planetary Sciences 203, Earthquakes and Faulting (Fall; with B. J. Meade and J. H. Shaw)

 

      Engineering Sciences 162, Hydrology and Environmental Geomechanics (Spring)

 

      Earth and Planetary Sciences 202, Mechanics in Earth and Environmental Science (Spring)

 

2012-2013:

 

      On sabbatical leave in Fall, 1 Sept 2012 to 30 Nov 2012, at Institute of Physics of the Earth (Institut de Physique du Globe), Paris

 

      Engineering Sciences 162 (co-listed as Earth and Planetary Sciences 162) , Hydrology and Environmental Geomechanics (Spring)

 

2013-2014:

 

      Applied Mathematics 201, Physical Mathematics 1 (Fall; with A. Shapiro)

 

      Engineering Sciences 162 (co-listed as Earth and Planetary Sciences 162) , Hydrology and Environmental Geomechanics (Spring) - scheduled

 

      Earth and Planetary Sciences 202, Mechanics in Earth and Environmental Science (Spring) - scheduled

 

2014-2015:

 

      Engineering Sciences 220, Fluid Dynamics (Fall) - scheduled

 

      Engineering Sciences 162 (co-listed as Earth and Planetary Sciences 162) , Hydrology and Environmental Geomechanics (Spring) - scheduled

 

 

Reading and research courses regularly offered at Harvard:

 

      Applied Mathematics 331,332: Theoretical Mechanics in the Earth and Engineering Sciences

 

      Applied Physics 347,348: Mechanics in Earth and Environmental Science

 

      Earth and Planetary Sciences 363: Mechanics of Earth and Environmental Processes

 

      Engineering Sciences 337, 338: Mechanics of Solids and Fluids: Earthquake Seismology and Environmental Geomechanics