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Geoffrey Bodenhausen

Professor at ENS, group leader

Born 7th May 1951, The Hague, Netherlands, French citizen, married, two daughters (born 1977 and 1979.)

Languages

(1) Département de chimie, Ecole Normale Supérieure
24 rue Lhomond, 75231 Paris cedex 05, France, Tel 0033 1 44 32 33 89

(2) Institut des Sciences et Ingénierie Chimiques (ISIC) Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)
1015 Lausanne, Suisse. Tel 0041 21 693 94 31

Education

  • 1957-62: Primary School

    The Hague, Netherlands.

  • 1963-70: International School

    Geneva, Switzerland

  • 1970-74: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zurich (ETHZ)

    Switzerland

  • 1975-77: University of Oxford, England

    Doctoral thesis (D.Phil., Prof. Ray Freeman)

  • Professional Experience

    • 1978 University of California at San Diego (UCSD): post-doctoral work with Prof. Robert L. Vold and Prof. Regitze R. Vold
    • 1979-1980 MIT: Research staff with Leo Neuringer and Bob Griffin
    • 1990-1985 ETH: Post-doc with Richard Ernst
    • 1985-1994 Associate Professor, Institute of Organic Chemistry, University of Lausanne, Switzerland.
    • 1994–1996 Professor, Department of Chemistry, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, USA.
    • 1994-1996 Director, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Program, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Tallahassee.
    • 2001-2016 Professor (part-time), Institute of Chemical Sciences and Engineering (ISIC), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, Switzerland.
    • 1996- present Professor, Department of Chemistry, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris.

    Honors and awards

    • 1976 Scholarship of the Salter’s Company, London
    • 1983 Prize awarded by the Association of Swiss Chemists
    • 1990 National Latsis Prize awarded by the Swiss National Science Foundation
    • 1993 Doctor honoris causa, University of Stockholm
    • 1996 Fellow, American Physical Society.
    • 1997 Corresponding member, Royal Academy of Sciences of the Netherlands
    • 2006 Catalan-Sabatier Prize, Royal Society of Chemistry of Spain
    • 2008 Fellow, International Society of Magnetic Resonance (ISMAR)
    • 2017 Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur

    Miscellaneous activities

    • Chair, Experimental NMR Conference (ENC), Asilomar, California, 1996
    • Chair, Board of Trustees, European Magnetic Resonance Conferences (EUROMAR) (2005-2011).
    • Chair, 3rd Symposium on Dynamic Nuclear Polarization, Lausanne, 2011.
    • Chair, 7th Alpine Conference on Solid-State NMR, Chamonix, 2011.
    • Member of the editorial board, "Journal of Magnetic Resonance", San Diego, since 1996.
    • Member of the Editorial Board, "Progress in NMR Spectroscopy”, since 2012.

    Research

      Approximately 420 papers and 15 patents.
      Co-author with R. R. Ernst and A. Wokaun of a monograph that has been translated into Russian, Japanese and Chinese.

    Doctoral dissertations supervised by G. Bodenhausen and team members

      Guy Jaccard (1987), Stephen Wimperis (1988), Peter Pfändler (1989), Urs Eggenberger (1990), Lorenzo Di Bari (1990), Jean-Marc Böhlen (1991), Lyndon Emsley (1991), Irene Burghardt (1991), Pierre Huber (1992), Stelian Nicula (1994), Catherine Zwahlen (1994), Sebastien Vincent (1994), Johannes Huth (1996), Damien Jeannerat (1997), Thomas Meersmann (1997), Philippe Pelupessy (1999), Elisabetta Chiarparin (2000), Thomas Eykyn (2001), Brian Cutting (2001), Michaël Deschamps (2001), Dominique Früh (2002), Fabien Ferrage (2002), Dimitri Bytchenkoff (2004), Julien Wist (2005), Karine Loth (2005), Chiara Perrazzolo (2006), Fatiha Kateb (2007), Gabrielle Nodet (2007), Nicolas Aeby (2008), Mariachiara Verde (2009), Simone Cavadini (2009), Riddhiman Sarkar (2009), Puneet Ahuja (2010), Rafal Augustyniak (2011), Pascal Miéville (2011), Veronika Vitzthum (2012), Enrique Herbert-Pucheta (2012), Takuya Segawa (2013), Nicola Salvi (2013), Akansha Sehgal (2014), Aurélien Bornet (2015), Roberto Buratto (2015), Daniele Mammoli (2016), Jonas Milani (2016), and Basile Vuichoud (2017), Xiao Ji(2017), Aude Sadet(2017), Aditya Jhajharia (2017), Julien Bouclon(2018) . (to date 49 PhD’s.)

      Current PhD and Master’s students in our laboratories are: Emmanuelle Weber, Nicolas Bolik-Coulon and Behdad Aghelnejad.

    Post-doctoral co-workers supervised by G. Bodenhausen and team members

      Hartmut Oschkinat, Marjana Novic, Claudio Dalvit, Hans Grahn, Robert Konrat, Benoit Boulat, Helen Geen, K. Rukmani, Dieter Theimer, Vladimir Ermakov, Narayanan Kurur, Rino Esposito, Vikram Varma, Joseph Sachleben, Riqiang Fu, Martina Stolmar-Schwager, Scott Smith, Chen Peng, Nagarajan Murali, Hervé Devaux, Isabella Felli, Pierre Mutzenhardt, Alexej Jerschow, Ranajeet Ghose, Jin-Hong Chen, Simon Rüdisser, Joel Tolman, Sapna Ravindranathan, Jens Dittmer, Liliya Vugmeyster, Luisa Poggi, Karthik Gopalakrishnan, Adonis Lupulescu, Sasa Antonijevic, Paul Vasos, Luminita Duma, Anuji Abraham, Simone Ulzega, Bikash Baishiya, Marc Caporini, Sami Jannin, Gilmar Salgado, Paolo Calligari, Bruno Vitorge, Monique Chan-Huot, Diego Carnevale, Angel-Joaquin Perez Linde, Mathieu Baudin, and Dennis Kurzbach

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