V.N. Ipatieff Lectureship


The Vladimir N. Ipatieff Lectureship was established in 1988 to enhance the educational experience of graduate students and postdoctoral researchers by sponsoring extended, up to one month, visits to the Center by internationally distinguished researchers in catalysis. The lectureship is named after Professor Vladimir N. Ipatieff, the father of high-pressure heterogeneous catalysis and founder of the Ipatieff High Pressure Laboratory at Northwestern University.


The following scientists have served as Ipatieff Lecturers:
 

Vladimir N. Ipatieff
Vladimir N. Ipatieff
2012-2013
Bert Weckhuysen, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
2010-2011
Charles Campbell, University of Washington
2007-2008
Hans-Joachim Freund, Fritz-Haber Institut
2004-2005
Enrique Iglesia, University of California-Berkeley
2003-2004
Sir John Meurig Thomas, University of Cambridge
2000-2001
Avelino Corma, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain
1999-2000
Lanny D. Schmidt, University of Minnesota
1998-1999
Roel Prins, Laboratory for Technical Chemistry (Zurich, Switzerland)
1996-1997
Makoto Misono, University of Tokyo
1995-1996
Gary Haller, Yale University
1994-1995
George Parshall, DuPont Central Science & Engineering Laboratories (Wilmington, Delaware)
1993-1994
Rutger van Santen, University of Technology (Eindhoven, The Netherlands)
1992-1993
D. Wayne Goodman, Texas A & M University
1991-1992
Werner Haag, Mobil Research & Development Corporation (Princeton, New Jersey)
1990-1991
Pierre Gallezot, Institut de Recherches sur la Catalyse (Villerbanne, Cedex, France)
1989-1990
Jack Lunsford, Texas A & M University
1988-1989
Helmut Knozinger, University of Munich (Munich, Germany)


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