Professor Andrew Weller

Andrew Weller will be moving to be Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at the University of York, starting January 2020. Currently he is Professor of Chemistry at the University of Oxford and a fellow of Magdalen College. He moved to Oxford in 2007, after starting his independent career at the University Bath in 1999 as a Royal Society University Research Fellow. He completed his first degree at the University of Warwick, a PhD at Bristol (advised by Dr John Jeffery), and PDRA positions at Heriot–Watt (Professor Alan Welch) and Notre Dame (Professor Tom Fehlner).

Weller was the recipient of the inaugural Dalton Transactions European Lectureship award 2008. He was a 2013/2014 Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies Visiting Scholar, UBC, Canada; in 2015 the Howard Fellow, University New South Wales, Australia, a visiting Professor at the University of Perugia, Italy; a Vielberth Fellowship at the University of Regensburg (2016) and the Raymond Sielde Distinguished Lecturer, Indiana University (2020) . He is a currently holder of an EPSRC Established Career Fellowship (2015–2021) and was recipient of the Royal Society of Chemistry Frankland award in 2016. While at Oxford he was co–director of the recently funded EPSRC CDT in Inorganic Synthesis for Future Manufacturing (OxICFM)

Professor Andrew Weller
Department of Chemistry | Chemistry Research Laboratories | University of Oxford | Oxford | UK | OX1 3TA

Tel: 01865 285151