Physical and Theoretical Chemistry

Department of Chemistry University of Oxford
1979/80 Prof. R.Stephen Berry, Chicago (Hilary Term)
  Prof. Richard B. Bernstein, Columbia University (Trinity Term) [Died 1990]
1980/81 Dr. John A. Barker, IBM, San Jose, California [Died 1995]
1981/82 Prof. Richard N. Zare, Stanford
1982/83 No Lecturer
1983/84 Prof. Robin M. Hochstrasser, Pennsylvania
1984/85 Prof. Frederic M. Richards, Yale
1985/86 Prof. Berni Alder, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory,
1986/87 No Lecturer (Newton-Abraham Visiting Professor, R.S. Berry, instead)
1987/88 Prof. Martin Quack, Zürich
1988/89 Prof. William Klemperer, Harvard
1989/90 Prof. Alex Pines, University of California, Berkeley
1990/91 Prof. John W. White, Australian National University,
1991/92 Prof. Ahmed H. Zewail, Arthur Amos Noyes Lab. of Chemical Physics, Caltech
1992/93 Prof. David Chandler, Dept. of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley
1993/94 Prof. Gabor A. Somorjai, University of California,
1994/95 Prof. Joshua Jortner, School of Chemistry, Tel Aviv
1995/96 Prof. Kenneth B. Eisenthal, Dept. of Chemistry, Columbia
1996/97 Prof. Peter G. Wolynes, School of Chemical Sciences, Univ. of Illinois
1997/98 Prof. Alan M. Bond, Dept. of Chemistry, Monash University
1998/99 Prof. Richard R. Ernst, ETH Zürich
1999/2000 No Lecturer (Newton-Abraham Visiting Professor, S.A. Rice, instead)
2000/01 Prof. J. Peter Toennies, Max-Planck-Institut für Strömungsforschung, Göttingen
2001/02 Prof. P.G. de Gennes, Ecole Supérieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles, Paris
2002/03 Prof. Steven Chu, Department of Physics, Stanford
2003/04 Prof. Graham Fleming, University of California, Berkeley
2004/05 Prof. Christian Amatore, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris (May 2005)
2005/06 Prof. Richard Saykally, University of California, Berkeley