Emeritus Professor of Chemistry, University of Bath Career Summary_ Awarded BSc Degree with First Class Honours in Chemistry, University of Bristol, UK 1948-50 Assistant Lecturer in Chemistry, University of Bristol, UK 1949 Awarded PhD Degree, University of Bristol 1950-5t Commonwealth Fund Fellow (Harkness Fellow), Princeton University, N J, USA Lecturer in Chemistry, University of Bristol 1951-63 1962 Awarded DSc Degree, University of Bristol 1963-71 Reader in Physical Chemistry, University of Bristol Professor of Chemistry, University of Bath, UK 1972-91 Head, School of Chemistry, University of Bath 1972-84 1975-79 Chairman, Science Area (Dean), University of Bath 1984-87 Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Vice-Rector), University of Bath Head, School of Chemistry, University of Bath 1987-90 Distinctions and External Appointments American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund Visiting Professorship at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA and at Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, USA Visiting Professorship, Brooklyn Polytechnic, Brooklyn, NY, USA (April-May 1967) US National Science Foundation Visiting Professorship at 1968-69 Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA (Aug 1968 - July 1969) National Lectureship, Catalysis Society of North America European Editor, Journal of Catalysis 1970-96 UK Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) Award in Surface Chemistry 1981-91 Chairman, RSC Faraday Discussions and Symposia Conference Committee 1981 Visiting Professorship, University
Research on Chemical Intermediates – Springer Journals
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