Précis of Curriculum Vitae

Dr. John L. (Iain) Campbell
University Professor Emeritus (Physics), University of Guelph
icampbel@uoguelph.ca
(CV updated 10 April 2017)

DATE OF BIRTH: 25 April, 1941
BIRTHPLACE: Kilmarnock, Scotland
CITIZENSHIP: Canadian and U.K.

DEGREES:
B.Sc. Glasgow University 1963
Ph.D. Glasgow University 1967
D.Sc. Glasgow University 1982
D.Tech. Lund University 1997 (honoris causa)

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:
Assistant Lecturer Glasgow University 1966-1968
Assistant Professor University of Guelph 1968-1971
Associate Professor University of Guelph 1971-1977
Professor of Physics University of Guelph 1977- 2006
Sabbatical Research Associate Max Planck Institute, 1974-1975
Heidelberg, Germany Sabbatical Research Associate Atomic Energy Research 1981-1982
Establishment, Harwell UK Director, Guelph-Program Universities of Guelph and 1984-1987
for Graduate Work in Physics Waterloo Dean, College of University of Guelph 1987-1995
Physical and Engineering Science (and designated Dean for Environmental Sciences as of 1991) Acting Vice-President Academic University of Guelph 1993-1994
(Academic) Provost and Vice-President (Academic) University of Guelph 1995- 2000
Emeritus Professor University of Guelph 2006- 2007
University Professor Emeritus University of Guelph 2007 -

SHORT-TERM APPOINTMENTS:
Royal Society Visiting Fellow AERE Harwell Summer 1985
Visiting Scientist Bureau de Récherches Summer 1990
(France-Canada Exchange) Géologiques et Minierès, Orléans, France Ablett Visiting Fellow University of the Witwatersrand July 1992
Johannesburg, S. Africa Co-Investigator (APXS) Mars Science Laboratory mission 2006 -

HONOURS AND AWARDS
Honorary degree – see above.
Queen Elizabeth’s Golden Jubilee Medal in 2003 for service to teaching, research and administration at the University of Guelph.
Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Applications of Accelerators in Research and Industry were dedicated to JLC.
Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Particle-Induced X-ray Emission and its Analytical Applications were dedicated to JLC.
University of Guelph Medal of Merit 2010
JARI Medal 2014 (Elsevier Science Publishing)

NATIONAL COMMITTEES
Member of NSERC Interdisciplinary Grants Committee 2005 – 2008.

EDITORSHIPS etc:
1. Member of Editorial Board - Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research (B): 1986-91.
2. Regional Editor for N. America, X-ray Spectrometry, 2014- .

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS:
Books: 3
Book chapters: 5
Journal papers: 265
Conference presentations ~ 185
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