Professor Kelly

 


Robert G. Kelly

AT&T Professor of Engineering,
Co-Director of Center for Electrochemical Science and Engineering


Ph.D. John Hopkins University, 1989
M.S. John Hopkins University, 1986
B.S. John Hopkins University, Biomedical Engineering, 1984
B.S. John Hopkins University, Materials Science and Engineering, 1984

Current Publications


Department of Materials Science and Engineering
University of Virginia
PO Box 400745
395 McCormick Rd
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4745
Office: Wilsdorf Hall 328
p: 434-982-5783
f: 434-982-5799
rgkelly@virginia.edu


Professonal Experience and Memberships


Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

AT&T Professor of Engineering, 2013 - present
Professor, 2004 - 2013
Associate Professor, 1997- 2004
Assistant Professor, September, 1994 - 1997
Institutional Research Assistant Professor, July, 1992 - September, 1994
Research Assistant Professor, July, 1990 - July, 1992

Visiting Research Fellow
Corrosion and Protection Centre, University of Manchester Institute of Science & Technology, Manchester, United Kingdom, September, 1988 - July, 1990


Honors and Awards


2012 Sigma Gamma Tau Outstanding Professor of Aerospace Engineering
2011 University Academy of Teaching at UVa (including selection to Advisory Board)
2010 Fellow, the Electrochemical Society
2010 Inaugural Best Paper Award in Corrosion J., NACE International (with J. Scully, N. Taillert, F. Preseul-Moren, M. Goldman)
2009 Distinguished Service Award from NACE International (CESE)
2007 Rodman Scholars Outstanding Professor Award
2007 Fellow, National Association of Corrosion Engineers
2007 Harold S. Morton Award for Undergraduate Teaching (SEAS/UVa)
2006 NASA Engineering and Safety Center Group Achievement Award
2005 UVa MSE Undergraduate Teaching Award
2004 All-University Teaching Award
2004 Rodman Scholars Outstanding Professor Award
2003 Election as Honorary Member, Golden Key International Honour Society
2002 Raouf Lecture, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, U.S. Naval Academy
2001 Robert T. Foley Award from Natl Capital Section of ECS
2000 UVa MSE Undergraduate Teaching Award
1999 H. H. Uhlig Award (NACE International) – young educator award
1997 A. B. Campbell Award (NACE International) – best paper by young author (< 35 y)
1996-97 University Teaching Fellow
1996 Rodman Scholars Award for Excellence in Teaching
1995, 1996, 1997 Local Section of the Electrochemical Society, Gwendolyn Wood Award for best local section while officer
Fulbright Scholarship 1988 89 Academic Year

 

 

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