Extract from the Festschrift issue of J. Phys. Chem., May 1999
C. Austen Angell is one of the Regents' Professors at Arizona State University. He holds B.
Sc. and M.Sc. degrees from the University of Melbourne, Australia, and Ph.D. degree from
London University, Imperial College, where he won the Armstrong medal for 1959-61. He
taught at Melbourne University 1962-64, then postdoced at Argonne National Laboratory
1964-66 before joining Purdue University where he became full professor in 1971. In 1989
he moved to ASU.
He works mostly on liquids and glasses, but has also published on geochemical, biophysical,
and electrochemical problems. He currently has a major effort in the energy storage and
conversion disciplines. He has 480 publications, 63 cited >100x, 4>1000x (H index 80). He
has been elected chair of three different Gordon Conferences: four different Societies have
given him their internationally contested awards (ACERS Morey 1989, ACS Hildebrand
2004, MRS Turnbull 2006, ECS Bredig 2010, respectively). He is proud of an "Outstanding
reviewer" award, APS 2009.
Curriculum Vitae Click here for a downloadable pdf version of the CV
C. Austen Angell
B. Sc: Chemical Metallurgy, Melbourne University,