Jens Ulstrup

Jens Ulstrup

Professor

Building 207, Room 258

Denmark

Phone: 45252359

Fax: 45883136

 

Education

Mag.Scient. (M.Sc) in Chemistry, University of Copenhagen, 1964

Dr.Scient, (D.Sc.), University of Copenhagen, 1981

Employments

National service, Nov. 1964-Jan. 1966

Assistant prof., Chem. Dept. A, DTU, 1966 and 1968-72. Associate prof. 1972-84

Professor of Inorganic Chemistry DTU, from 1984

British Council Scholar, Univ. of Oxford, England, 1966-68. Visiting Scientist, Inst. of Electrochem., Russian Acad, Sci., 1971, and 1975-78, fifteen months,, Fritz-Haber-Inst. der Max-Planck-Gesells., Berlin, 1975-76, Dept. of Physics, Utah State Univ., (1987, four months). Visiting Professor, School of  Chemistry , Univ. of Sydney , 2003, three months

 

 

Overseas member Faraday Council, London, 1982-85. Adv. Boards of journals,  presently Bioelectrochemistry (2001-) and Langmuir (2008-). Chairman of conferences, including ESF Workshop, "Bioelectrochemistry", Copenhagen, 1996 and EUROBIC-6, Lund and Copenhagen , 2002. Nat. Secr., ISE, 1990-1996. Vice-chairman Section 1, 1998-2004

Nobel Committee reports 1990-91 and 1992

 

 

CChem FRSC (Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry), London 1986

Member of the Academy of Technical Sciences, Denmark , 1991

Member of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, 1992

The Carlsberg Prize for Chemistry, 2003

The Katsumi Niki Prize for Bioelectrochemistry of the ISE, 2004, 1st time awarded

Elected Fellow of the International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE) 2006

Julius Thomsen Medal, DTU for Meritorious Achievements in Chemical Engineering, 2007.

Honorary professor, Shandong University, China, 2013.

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Languages

Danish, English, German, French, Russian

Expertise

Quantum theory of electron and proton transfer in chemical, electrochemical and biological systems; molecular electronics; bio-inorganic chemistry; physical electrochemistry and bioelectrochemistry, scanning tunnelling and atomic force microscopy. Author of about 260 papers in refereed journals, 25 review articles and book chapters, and three monographs.

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