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Professor David Price, UCL Vice-Provost (Research)
Professor David Price is UCL Vice-Provost (Research), responsible to the Provost for:
- promoting, supporting and facilitating UCL’s research performance, including securing the highest-quality research outputs across UCL
- leading the development and implementation of the UCL Research Strategy
- leading UCL’s preparation for future research assessment exercises (REF) under the proposed new model
- leading the implementation and development of UCL Grand Challenges, including their implications for Impact and Public Policy
- external representation of research issues
- the implementation of full economic costing for research and subsequently teaching
- working with the UCL Vice-Provost (Enterprise) on industrial partnerships
- working with the UCL Vice-Provost (Health) on building research links with our hospitals and other medical and health partners
- working with the UCL Vice-Provost (International) on integrating our research with our international strategy.
He is Professor of Mineral Physics and has held the following posts at UCL:
- Executive Dean, UCL Faculty of Mathematical & Physical Sciences
- Head of the UCL Department of Earth Sciences Faculty and Director of the UCL/Birkbeck Research School of Earth Sciences
- Vice-Dean (Research), UCL Faculty of Mathematical & Physical Sciences
- Head of the UCL Department of Geological Sciences and Director of the UCL/Birkbeck Research School of Geological & Geophysical Sciences.
David has an undergraduate degree and a PhD from the University of Cambridge. He was a Fulbright-Hayes Scholar and Research Associate at the University of Chicago and a Research Fellow at Clare College Cambridge, before coming to UCL in 1983 as a Royal Society University Research Fellow.
He was one of the first to
establish the now major field of computational
mineral physics, and has published more than 240 research papers. He was awarded the Schlumberger
Medal of the Mineralogical Society of Great Britain in 1999, the Murchison
Medal of the Geological Society of London in 2002 and in
2006 he was awarded the Louis Néel Medal of
Geosciences Union for “establishing
the importance of computational mineral physics in Earth sciences and for
outstanding contributions to the physics of the Earth's core".
David is a Member of the Academia Europaea and an Elected Fellow of the
American Geophysical Union and of the Mineralogical Society of America. He
has been an editor of Elsevier’s Earth and Planetary Science Letters, was President of the Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and
Ireland and was a Trustee of the Royal Institution. He was a member of the UK’s HEFCE RAE2008 sub-panel on Earth
and Environmental Sciences, and will chair the REF2014 sub-panel in this area.
He is Chair of Governors of the UCL Academy
School, Camden, and a Member of the Science & Technology Facilities Council.
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