About Dr. Craig L. Hill

Professor Hill was born in Pomona, California in 1949. He received his Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1975 under the direction of George M. Whitesides and did his postdoctoral work at Stanford University under the direction of Richard H. Holm (1975-1977). After teaching at the University of California, Berkeley (1977-1983), he moved to Emory University where his is currently Goodrich C. White Professor of Science. Professor Hill’s research encompasses fundamental structural and reactivity studies, catalysis, functional nanomaterials and solar energy conversion. He has ~ 26,000 citations with a current h index of 81.

List of Awards and Honors:

  • Elected Fellow, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2017
  • Elected Member of the Academia Europaea, 2013
  • GIAN Fellow, India, 2017
  • ACS Herty Medal, 2009
  • 3eme Cycle Lecturer, Switzerland, 2009
  • Wilsmore Fellow, University of Melbourne, Australia, 2007
  • Stranks Memorial Lecturer, 2007
  • Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), 2006
  • Fellow, Distinguished Fellow, Victoria Institute of Chemical Sciences (VICS), Australia, 2006
  • Chair and organizer, NSF Inorganic Workshop, 2007-2009
  • co-organizer of NATO Workshop on Complexity, 2007-2008
  • ACS Southern Chemist Award, 2002
  • Nominator for 1992-present Nobel Prizes in Chemistry (1992-present)
  • Professeur associé a l’Universite de Strasbourg, 2002
  • Host, International Conference on Homogeneous Catalytic Oxidation, June, 2002
  • Professeur associé a l’Universite de Lille, 2000
  • Professeur associé, University of Paris, 1997
  • USDA National Group Honor Award for Excellence in Research, 1996
  • Albert E. Levy Science Research Award (Sigma Xi), 1996
  • Senior Award, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, 1994
  • Charles H. Stone Award of the ACS, 1992
  • National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship Program, Chair, Chemistry Panel, 1994-1996
  • Editor for North America, New Journal of Chemistry, 1990-1997