Philips Professor of Analytical Chemistry, University of Strathclyde
Professor David Littlejohn is the Philips Professor of Analytical Chemistry at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow and a Special Advisor to the university’s Vice Chancellor. Previous leadership roles at Strathclyde have included Executive Dean of Science, Associate Principal, Associate Deputy Principal for Research, and Head of the Chemistry department. Professor Littlejohn is also the Operations Director of the Centre for Process Analytics and Control Technology (www.cpact.com), which he co-founded as a multi-disciplinary industry-university consortium in 1997. CPACT currently has 48 company and academic/research organisations located worldwide. Professor Littlejohn has published widely on various topics in analytical chemistry from atomic spectroscopy to process analysis. He currently serves on a number of external bodies in the UK including the National Physical Laboratory’s Science and Technology Advisory Council, and the Technical Advisory Committee and Supervisory Board of the Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre.