Mark Humphrey received his Ph.D. and D.S. degrees from the University of Adelaide, Australia, and held positions at the Universität Würzburg (1987–1989), the University of Illinois (1989-1990), and the University of New England (1990–1994), before being appointed to the Australian National University (ANU). He has been awarded fellowships by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (Germany, 1987), CNRS (France, 1988), Telecom Research Laboratories (1991), the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) (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 awarded the inaugural RACI Organometallic Award (1998), the RACI Inorganic Award (Burrows Award) (2008), and the David Syme Research Prize (2001), an Australian Research Council (ARC) Australian Research Fellowship (1994), ARC Senior Research Fellowship (1999), and two ARC Australian Professorial Fellowships (2004, 2009). He has been a Visiting Professor at the Université Rennes I (France), a Visiting Professor at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium), an Honorary Professor of Nanjing University of Science and Technology, and an Anniversary Professor of Jiangsu University (China). He is a Professor of chemistry and a Visiting Fellow of laser physics at ANU.
Biography Updated on 20 December 2009