Professor David Nicolaas Reinhoudt is the honorary doctor of the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Pécs since 4 November 2010.
David N. Reinhoudt was born in the Netherlands in 1942. He studied Chemical Technology at the Delft University, he graduated in 1969. His research is focused on supramolecular chemistry and nanotechnology with nanofabrication, molecular recognition, non-covalent synthesis and "lab-on-a-chip" technology as the major fields. Since 1978 he is a professor of the Dutch University of Twente.
Since 2002 he is the chairman of the Board of NanoNed, the Dutch Network for Nanotechnology. He is a member of the Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences, Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and Fellow of the Institute of Physics. He is the author of more than 940 scientific publications, patents, review articles, and books. He has been honored with the Izatt-Christensen award (1995), the Simon Stevin Mastership (1998). He is an honorary doctor of the University of Parma (2007), was awarded the medal of merit of the University of Twente (2007), and is Knight of the Order of the Dutch Lion (2002).
Professor Reinhoudt is one of the most well known chemistry research laboratory professionals. He is member of the editorial boards of prestigious American and European magazines on the field of chemistry and nanotechnology (e.g. Journal of Supramolecular Chemistry Synthesis, Perspectives in Supramolecular Chemistry, Langmuir Chemistry - A European Journal; European Journal of Organic Chemistry, Journal of Supramolecular Chemistry Synthesis).
Prof. Reinhoudt supported Hungarian science during his international activities. He participated in the Innovative Research Team supporting the Science Building project. The University of Pécs was honoured to send a PhD research team as part of a new programme to the laboratory of Prof. Reinhoudt. He was involved in many international scientific programmes. Until now he supervised more than 100 PhD Students, a number of which are now in independent academic positions.
Promoter: Dr. Gábor Koács L., vice-rector for science and innovation and Dr. István Vermes, professor of the Medical School.
utoljára frissítve: 2010. November 10. 12:39:43Címkék: universitypécsuphonorarydoctorptehonoriscausadavidnreinhoudt