B Sc - University of Calgary (2005)  MA, PhD - Princeton University (2008, 2011)  PDF - University of California, Berkeley (2011-2014)  Assistant Professor - MIT (2014-2017)  Assistant Professor - University of Calgary (current)  Contact: jeffrey.vanhumbec1 {at} ucalgary.ca

B Sc - University of Calgary (2005)

MA, PhD - Princeton University (2008, 2011)

PDF - University of California, Berkeley (2011-2014)

Assistant Professor - MIT (2014-2017)

Assistant Professor - University of Calgary (current)

Contact: jeffrey.vanhumbec1 {at} ucalgary.ca

Jeff Van Humbeck is a native of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, where he completed his undergraduate education at the University of Calgary before venturing south of the 49th parallel. His PhD was conducted under the supervision of Prof. David W. C. MacMillan at Princeton University, studying the mechanism of interaction between organocatalytic reactive intermediates and transition metals. Next, he changed fields and coasts, joining the laboratory of Prof. Jeffrey R. Long at the University of California, Berkeley, where he investigated the use of porous organic polymers in gas purification, nuclear fuel processing, and as ion-conducting solid electrolytes. Jeff began his independent career at MIT in July 2014, where his group made their first discoveries in site-selective C-H functionalization. In January 2018, Jeff returned to Canada to take up a position at the University of Calgary.