Awards & Winners

Allen J. Bard

Date of Birth 18-December-1933
Place of Birth New York City
(New York, United States of America, Area code 917)
Nationality United States of America
Also know as Allen J Bard
Profession Chemist, Professor
Allen Joseph Bard is an American chemist. He is the Hackerman-Welch Regents Chair Professor of chemistry and director of the Center for Electrochemistry at the University of Texas at Austin. Bard is considered the “father of modern electrochemistry" for his innovative work developing the scanning electrochemical microscope, his co-discovery of electrochemiluminescence, his key contributions to photoelectrochemistry of semiconductor electrodes, and authoring a seminal textbook.

Awards by Allen J. Bard

Check all the awards nominated and won by Allen J. Bard.


National Medal of Science for Chemistry
(For contributions in electrochemistry, including electroluminescence, semiconductor photoelectrochemistry, electroanalytical chemistry, and the invention of the scanning electrochemical microscope.)


Wolf Prize in Chemistry
(For the ingenious creation of a new field of science, single molecule spectroscopy and electrochemistry, with impact at the nanoscopic regime, from the molecular and cellular domain to complex material systems.)


NAS Award in Chemical Sciences
(For his fundamental developments in mechanistic electrochemistry, electrochemiluminescence, semiconductor photoelectrochemistry, and scanning electrochemical microscopy.)