Mark E. Welland
Professor of Nanotechnology and Director of IRC in Nanotechnology
University of Cambridge
1979, BSc in Physics, University of Leeds; 1980, MSc in Physics of Materials and 1984, PhD in Physics, University of Bristol; 1988, MA, University of Cambridge. Formerly: 1984-85,post-doctoral worker, Department of Physics, University of Bristol and Max-Planck Institute for Neutron Physics, Garching, Germany; 1985-86, World Trade Visiting Scientist, IBM Research Division, Yorktown Heights, US; 1986-95, Lecturer in Engineering, University of Cambridge. Professor of Nanotechnology and Director of IRC in Nanotechnology, University of Cambridge; Chief Scientific Adviser, Ministry of Defence, UK; Co-Director, STRC, American University of Cairo; Satellite Co-Director, International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics. Fellow: Royal Society and Royal Academy of Engineering, Institute of Physics and IEE. Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Nanotechnology. Research interests include sensors for medical applications, understanding and controlling properties of nanoscale structures and devices.