MICHAEL T. BOWERS: Born 1939. University of Illinois, Ph.D. (1966). University of California at Santa Barbara, Assistant Professor (1968-73), Associate Professor (1973-76), Professor (1976-91), Professor Abovescale (1991-Present). American Physical Society Fellow (Elected 1987), Nobel Laureate Signature Award, ACS (1989), Faculty Research Lecturer Award, UCSB (1994), Guggenheim Fellow (1995), Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1994), Field and Franklin Award for Outstanding Achievement in Mass Spectrometry, ACS (1996); Thomson Gold Medal, International Mass Spectrometry Society (1997); Editor, International Journal of Mass Spectrometry (1986-Present), Associate Editor, Journal of the American Chemical Society (1989-Present).

Research Interests: Generation, structure, energetics and reactivity of semiconductor and metallic clusters; development and applications of gas phase ion chromatography; reaction mechanisms and energetics of transition state metal ions and simple molecules; structure and energetics of synthetic and biopolymers in the gas phase.

Member: Alpha Chi Sigma, ACS, APS, ASMS, AAAS

Michael Bowers has co-authored more than 300 publications in the fields of physical chemistry and mass spectrometry.

Mike Bowers invites you to visit his web site to learn more about his career, plus his research activities and interests. You might like to check out a recent news release from UCSB.

Mike Bowers
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
University of California
Santa Barbara CA 93106-9510



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