Professor Stuart Mackenzie, FSRC

Professor of Chemistry Physical and Theoretical Chemistry Laboratory, South Parks Road, Oxford, UK OX1 3QZ

office: +44 (0)1865 275156 lab: +44(0) 1865 275427 fax: +44 (0)1865 275410

ORCID:0000-0002-3166-8631

email: stuart.mackenzie@chem.ox.ac.uk


Current Positions

Professor of Chemistry, University of Oxford

Head of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, Oxford Chemistry

Tutorial Fellow in Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, Magdalen College, Oxford

Executive Summary

Research interests in structure and reactivity of gas-phase transition metal clusters, photophysics and photochemistry in molecular clusters and interfacial phenomena

> 70 articles published in international peer-reviewed journals

Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry

Member of the Editorial Board of Molecular Physics and the EPSRC College

Previous Positions

10/11 - 10/16: Director of Graduate Studies, Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, Oxford Chemistry

2012 - 2014: Member of Faraday Council of the Royal Society of Chemistry

07/06 - 09/08: Lecturer in Physical Chemistry - University of Cambridge

07/06 - 09/08: Official Fellow, Pembroke College, Cambridge

10/99 - 07/06: Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Physical Chemistry - University of Warwick

2005 - 2010: EPSRC Advanced Research Fellowship

01/97 - 10/99: British Ramsay Memorial Fellowship - University of Oxford

01/97 - 10/99: Draper's Company Research Fellowship - St. Anne's College, Oxford

01/96 - 01/97: NATO Postdoctoral Fellowship - JILA/NIST, Boulder, Colorado

Qualifications

DPhil
1996
University of Oxford, Professor T. P. Softley, Physical & Theoretical Chemistry Lab "ZEKE-PES and the study of rotationally state-selected ion molecule reactions"
Degree
1992
BSc (Hons., Class I), Chemistry and Physics, University of Leeds
Professional
2001
Chartered Chemist, C.Chem., MRSC (Royal Society of Chemistry)
Professional
2001
Chartered Physicist, C.Phys., MInstP (Institute of Physics)
Teaching
2001
Postgraduate Certificate of Post-Compulsory Education (HE), Warwick University
Professional
2010
FRSC (Royal Society of Chemistry)