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Professor Andrew Orr-Ewing


I am a Professor of Physical Chemistry and was Head of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry from 2011-2014.  I joined the School of Chemistry in 1994 as the Eliz. Challenor Royal Society University Research Fellow.  Previously, I  obtained my D.Phil. in Physical Chemistry from the University of Oxford (supervisor, Prof Gus Hancock), and spent two years as a post-doctoral research associate in the group of Prof Richard Zare at Stanford University.  Prizes and Awards include the RSC Chemical Dynamics Award (2014), Tilden Prize (2009), Award in Optical Spectroscopy (2002), Marlow Medal (1999), and Harrison Memorial Prize (1994), a Royal Society - Wolfson Research Merit Award (2006-11), and the 2007 Broida Prize of the International Symposium on Free Radicals. I was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society in 2017.



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