FRSC, Pro-Vice Chancellor, International and Europe, Cardiff University
Professor Nora de Leeuw FRSC is Pro-Vice Chancellor, International and Europe, of Cardiff University, where she also holds a Royal Society Industry Fellowship in the School of Chemistry. Prior to her appointment at Cardiff University in 2015, she has held a lectureship at the University of Reading, an EPSRC Advanced Research Fellowship at Birkbeck College London and was Professor of Computational Chemistry and Director of the Industrial Doctorate Centre in Molecular Modelling and Materials Science at University College London, where she still holds a William Penney Fellowship awarded by AWE in 2014. De Leeuw was awarded a Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit award in 2010, a visiting professorship at the University of Paris-Est in 2011, and she also holds a professorship in Theoretical Geochemistry and Computational Mineralogy at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. Her research is supported extensively by external funding from the UK Research Councils, EU, the Royal Society, Wellcome Trust and industry.