Experience Sharing on the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE)
Date: 25 April 2023
Professor Nicholas Long, Imperial College London, UK
The Sir Edward Frankland BP Endowed Chair Professor in Inorganic Chemistry, Imperial College London
Dr Kennedy Wong Distinguished Visiting Professor, Hong Kong Baptist University
Prof. Long is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, and Fellow of the European Academy of Sciences. He possesses wide-ranging experience in synthetic inorganic and organometallic chemistry and his interests are focused on biomedical imaging chemistry, catalysis and applied materials chemistry (237 publications, h index = 53). He has graduated 58 PhD students and generated grant income of over £30M. He is Deputy Director of EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Medical Imaging (KCL/ICL), was a Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award Holder (2018-22), won the 2006 RSC Prize for Organometallic Chemistry, and the 2020 RSC Frankland Award. He was a Panel Member (Chemistry) in the UK REF (RAE) 2021 exercise.
Talk Abstract: "RAE - everything you need to know but haven't asked!"
- To demystify the RAE assessment criteria to academic staff of the entire University academic community;
- To share personal insights and experiences as a former panel member of the UK REF 2021;
- To clarify queries from academic staff on the RAE.