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Mark G. Humphrey
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Mark G. Humphrey  教授

 

Mark G. Humphrey,哲学博士,科学博士,首批国家外专千人计划特聘专家,同济大学特聘讲座教授

中国-澳大利亚功能分子材料国际联合中心澳方主任

E-mail:

mark.humphrey@tongji.edu.cn

 

Introduction

 

Mark G. Humphrey graduated and received his Bachelor (Hons, 1982), PhD (1987) and DSc (2003) at the University of Adelaide, Australia. He has held positions at Universität  Würzburg, Germany (1987-1989), the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA (1989-1990), and the University of New England, Australia (1990-1994), before being appointed to Australian National University, Australia.

 

He has been awarded fellowships by the Krupp Foundation (Germany, 1987), Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (Germany, 1987), CNRS (France, 1988), Telecom Research Laboratories (1991), the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (1997), the Science and Technology Agency (Japan, 2001), the Royal Society of Chemistry (UK, 2002), and the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (2009), as well as the Gritton Fellowship by the University of Sydney (1990).

 

He was also awarded the inaugural RACI Organometallic Award (1998), the RACI  Inorganic Award (Burrows Award) (2008), the RACI H.G. Smith Memorial Award (2010), and the David Syme Research Prize (2001), an ARC Australian Research Fellowship (1994), ARC Senior Research Fellowship (1999), two ARC Australian Professorial Fellowships (2004, 2009), and Foreign 1000 Talent Award of Chinese Government (2012).

 

He has been Professeur Invité at the Université Rennes I (France), and Visiting Professor at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium). He is the Australian Director of the Australia-China Joint Research Centre for Functional Molecular Materials, and Chair of the Inorganic Division of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute. He was promoted to Professor at ANU in 2003. He is a Distinguished Lecture-Professor at Tongji University (China) since 2016.

 

Research Interests

 

The aim of our research is the preparation of new types of potentially useful molecular materials. Understanding how chemical structure can control molecular properties is the key step, and this necessitates coupling chemical synthesis to a range of physical properties studies.

 

Research in the group involves organometallic, organic, coordination complex and polymer synthesis, spectroscopy, various electrochemical and spectroelectrochemical techniques, molecular modelling, electron microscopy and X-ray structural studies, and a wide range of nonlinear optical studies using high-power lasers.

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