J. F. Ogilvie         summary curriculum vitae

name John Franklin OGILVIE
birth Canada, Ottawa  citizenship Canada

primary school in Ontario, 
secondary school in British Columbia, Canada
B.Sc. combined honours in chemistry and physics, University of British Columbia, 1959 May
M.Sc. chemistry, University of British Columbia, Canada, 1961 October
            thesis Infrared Spectra of Reactive Species
            supervisor Professor K. B. Harvey
M.A. physical chemistry, University of Cambridge, England, 1964 October
Ph.D. physical chemistry, University of Cambridge, England, 1966 June
            thesis Spectroscopic Studies of Trapped Radicals
            supervisor Professor R. G. W. Norrish, F.R.S. Nobel

           principal appointments
Emmanuel College, Cambridge, England
        1963 October - 1966 September, research fellow

University of Cambridge, England, Department of Physical Chemistry
        1964 January - 1966 December, assistant in research in physical chemistry

National Research Council of Canada, Division of Pure Chemistry, Ottawa
        1966 December - 1967 August, research fellow

Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's Canada, Department of Chemistry
        1967 September - 1973 August, assistant professor
        1973 September - 1975 August, associate professor
        1975 September - 1976 August, professor

Kuwait University, Kuwait, Department of Chemistry
        1976 September - 1980 January, professor of chemistry

Australian National University, Canberra Australia, Research School of Chemistry
        1980 February - 1982 December, visiting fellow

University College of Bahrain, Bahrain, Department of Chemistry
        1983 January - 1984 February, professor and head of department

University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa USA, Department of Physics
        1984 March - 1986 April, visiting professor

National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu Taiwan, Department of Chemistry
        1986 September - 1988 August, visiting professor
        1989 September - 1995 July, part-time professor

Academia Sinica, Taipei Taiwan, Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences
        1989 September - 1995 July, visiting scientist and research fellow

Oregon State University, Corvallis USA, Department of Chemistry
        1995 November - 1997 July, visiting professor

Simon Fraser University, Vancouver Canada, Centre for Experimental and Constructive Mathematics
        1997 July  -  present, associate

Universidad de Costa Rica, Ciudad Universitaria Rodrigo Facio, San Pedro de Montes de Oca, Costa Rica, Escuela de Quimica,
        2001 November  -  present, profesor ad-honorem

professor or visiting professor in academic institutions on six continents; member or former member of various professional societies in fields of chemistry, physics, spectroscopy, higher education, and formerly Corresponding Member of European Academy of Arts, Sciences and Humanities; author of a monograph The Vibrational and Rotational Spectrometry of Diatomic Molecules, an interactive electronic textbook Mathematics for Chemistry with Symbolic Computation, and author or coauthor of more than 190 publications (papers, reviews, notes or letters) in scientific research and science education