Professor Malcolm H Levitt FRS

Born Hull, England, 1957. BA Chem from Oxford University; D Phil (=PhD) from Oxford University with Ray Freeman (1981); Postdoctoral research with Shimon Vega (Weizmann Institute, Israel, 1981-1982), Richard Ernst (ETH-Zürich, 1982-1986), Staff Scientist: 1986-1990, Francis Bitter National Magnet Laboratory, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA (and collaboration with Bob Griffin); Royal Society Research Fellow: 1990-1991 Cambridge, UK; Swedish Science Foundation Research Scientist: 1991-1996, University of Stockholm, Sweden; Professor in Chemical Spectroscopy: 1996-2001, University of Stockholm, Sweden; Professor in Physical Chemistry: 2001-, Southampton University, UK. Honours and Awards: LATSIS Research Prize of ETH-Zürich, Switzerland; 1996, Göran Gustafsson Prize in Chemistry, Sweden; 2005, Ampère Prize of the International Society of Magnetic Resonance; 2005, Vaughan Lectureship (Rocky Mountain Conference); 2006, Honorary Fellow of the Indian Society of Magnetic Resonance; 2006, Adjunct Professorship of the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India; 2007, Fellow of the Royal Society; 2008, Günther Laukien Prize in Magnetic Resonance; 2008, Fellow of the International Society of Magnetic Resonance; 2008, John Francis Vigani Lectureship; 2010, Craig Lecturer, Australia; 2012, Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences, India; 2015, Russell Varian Prize in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance.


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