Professor David J Tozer
Department of Chemistry
DH1 3LE UK
Tel. +44 191 334 2111
David J Tozer – Brief Biography
Born 1970, Haverfordwest, Wales
|1988-1991||Triple First-Class BA Honours Degree in Natural Sciences, Churchill College, University of Cambridge|
|1989, 1990, 1991||Scholarships, Churchill College, University of Cambridge|
|1991||ICI Prize for Distinction in Theoretical Chemistry, University of Cambridge|
|1991-1994||PhD, Analytic Derivatives of the Potential Energy Surface (Supervisor: N C Handy), University of Cambridge|
|1994-1995||Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Cray Research Inc, Eagan, MN, USA|
|1995-1998||Junior Research Fellow, Churchill College, University of Cambridge|
|1998-2005||Lecturer, Durham University|
|2005-2009||Reader, Durham University|
|2007||Corday-Morgan Medal and Prize, Royal Society of Chemistry|
|2009-||Professor, Durham University|
134 papers published in international journals (~13,000 citations; h=51).
94 invited lectures at international conferences and research institutions.
UK representative on the International Scientific Committee of the biennial international conference on DFT and its Applications (Geneva, 2005; Amsterdam, 2007; Lyon, 2009; Athens, 2011; Durham, 2013; Debrecen, 2015; Tallberg, 2017; Alicante, 2019; Brussels, 2022). Teacher and member of the Board of Directors of the European Summer School in Quantum Chemistry (Sicily, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017). Member of Molecular Physics Advisory Board. Member of Chemical Physics Letters Advisory Editorial Board. Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales.