Uta Wille

  • Professor
  • University of Melbourne

Uta graduated with a PhD from the University of Kiel, Germany in the area of Atmospheric Chemistry after which she was offered a position for a Habilitation in Organic Chemistry. Following a Postdoctoral Fellowship with Professor Bernd Giese at the University of Basel, Switzerland she was appointed as Privatdozent at the University of Kiel and was invited in 2000 as a Visiting Fellow in the School of Chemistry at The University of Melbourne. In January 2003, Uta Wille moved permanently to Australia, where she was appointed as a Lecturer in the School of Chemistry. In 2006, she was promoted to Senior Lecturer, to Associate Professor and Reader in 2011 and to Professor in 2019, all at the same institution. Uta Wille’s research program targets the chemistry of reactive intermediates by merging radicals of atmospheric importance with organic, bio-organic and material chemistry as well as the development of next-generation fertilizers to lower the negative effect of N-fertilization on the environment.

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