Krzysztof Matyjaszewski
Professor - Carnegie Mellon University
Department of Chemistry
4400 Fifth Ave,
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Phone: (412) 268-3209
FAX: (412) 268-6897


Polytechnical University of Lodz, Poland, Habilitation, 1985
Polish Academy of Sciences, Ph.D., 1976 (Prof. S. Penczek, Thesis Advisor)
Technical University of Moscow, B.S./M.S., 1972


06.1998 - present J.C. Warner Professor of Natural Sciences, Carnegie Mellon University
07.1994 - 06.1998 Head, Chemistry Department, Carnegie Mellon University
07.1993 - 06.1998 Professor, Carnegie Mellon University
07.1989 - 06.1993 Associate Professor, Carnegie Mellon University
10.1985 - 06.1989 Assistant Professor, Carnegie Mellon University
04.1985 - 10.1985 Invited Professor, University of Paris, France
04.1984 - 04.1985 Research Associate, CNRS, France
03.1978 - 04.1984 Research Associate, Polish Academy of Sciences
03.1977 - 03.1978 Post-doctoral Fellow, University of Florida

-Visiting Professor at University of Paris (1985, 1990, 1997, 1998), University of Freiburg (1988), University of Bayreuth (1991), University of Strasbourg (1992), University of Bordeaux (1996)

Editor: "Progress in Polymer Science", Member of Senior Advisory Board: "Journal of Macromolecular Science"; Member of Editorial Boards of "Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics", "Macromolecular Rapid Communications", "Macromolecular Synthesis", "Journal of Polymer Science", "Journal of Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers", "Macromolecular Reports", "Journal of Macromolecular Science, Pure and Applied Chemistry".

Corresponding Member of IUPAC Commission on Polymer Nomenclature; Chairman of the Polymer Curriculum Development Award Committee, ACS; Member of Program Committee, Polymer Chemistry Division, ACS


1999 Humboldt Award for Senior US Scientists
1998 Elf Chair of French Academy of Sciences
1995 Carl S. Marvel - Creative Polymer Chemistry Award (ACS)
1989 Award of Presidential Young Investigator (NSF)
1981 Award of Polish Academy of Sciences
1980 Award of Polish Chemical Society
1974 Award of the Scientific Secretary of Polish Academy of Sciences

-Coauthored/edited four books, twenty seven book chapters, over three hundred fifty scientific papers and twelve patents. Current group consists of ten graduate students and five postdoctoral fellows.

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