ExxonMobil Award

**TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED**

The ExxonMobil Award Faculty Fellowship in Solid State Chemistry

The Solid State Chemistry Faculty Fellowship recognizes young scientists who have made substantial contributions to the discipline of solid-state chemistry and have the potential to emerge as leaders in the field. The Fellowship also recognizes solid-state chemistry as a critical science and engineering discipline that is vital component of the research enterprise in the United States.  The recipient of the fellowship must hold a tenure-track faculty position at a U.S. institution, must not yet have received tenure and, preferably, is not currently in the final stage of tenure review. Selection will be based on past and current independent contributions and on the potential for future contributions to our knowledge of synthesis, properties, reactivity, structure, and bonding in solids. For more information, please contact the chair of the materials sub-division or visit the awards page.

Previous fellows

Year
Recipient
Department
University

1979

Horia Metiu

Chemistry

UCSB

1980

Arthur B. Ellis

Chemistry

Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison

1981

Steven L. Bernasek

Chemistry

Princeton Univ.

1982

Richard I. Masel

Chem. Eng.

Univ. of Illinois

1983

Steven L. Suib

Chemistry

Univ. of Connecticut

1984

Andrew B. Bocarsly

Chemistry

Princeton Univ.

1985

Jay B. Benziger

Chem. Eng.

Princeton Univ.

1986

Thomas. E. Mallouk

Chemistry

Univ. of Texas, Austin

1987

Angelica M. Stacy

Chemistry

UC Berkeley

1988

Douglas A. Keszler

Chemistry

Oregon State Univ.

1989

Richard B. Kaner

Chemistry

UCLA

1990

Mercouri G. Kanatzidis

Chemistry

Michigan State Univ.

1991

A. Paul Alivisatos

Chemistry

UC Berkeley

1992

William S. Hammack

Chem. Eng.

Carnegie Mellon Univ.

1993

Emily A. Carter

Chemistry

UCLA

1994

Hanno zur Loye

Chemistry

MIT

1995

Gordon J. Miller

Chemistry

Iowa State Univ.

1996

Peter K. Dorhout

Chemistry

Colorado State Univ.

1997

Jackie Y. Ying

Chem. Eng.

MIT

1998

Omar Yaghi

Chemistry

Arizona St. Univ.

1999

Slavi C. Sevov

Chemistry

Notre Dame Univ.

2000

Z. John Zhang

Chemistry

Georgia Tech

2002

Peidong Yang

Chemistry

UC Berkeley

2003

P. Shiv Halasyamani

Chemistry

Univ. of Houston

2004

Julia Chan

Chemistry

Louisiana State Univ.

2005

Ram Seshadri

Materials

UC Santa Barbara

2006

Terri Odom

Chemistry

Northwestern Univ.

2007

Kyoung-Shin Choi

Chemistry

Purdue Univ.

2008

Song Jin

Chemistry

Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison

2009

Svilen Bobev

Chemistry

Univ. of Delaware

2010

Sarbajit Banerjee

Chemistry

SUNY Buffalo

2011

Amy Prieto

Chemistry

Colorado State University

2012

Michael Shatruk

Chemistry

Florida State University

2013

Tyrel McQueen

Chemistry

Johns Hopkins University

2014

Daniel Fredrickson

Chemistry

University of Wisconsin, Madison

2015

Mircea Dinca

Chemistry

MIT