Ph.D. 1975, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Postdoc at Michigan State University, 1996-97
Queen Elizabeth II Research Fellow, CSIRO, NML, Sydney, Australia, 1978-80
Assitant Professor of Physics, University of Michigan, 1980-82
Associate Professor of Physics with tenure, University of Michigan, 1984-89
Professor of Physics, University of Michigan, 1989-
Associate Dean for Research, College of LS&A, 1992-94
Chair, Department of Physics, 1994-2004
C. Wilbur Peters Collegiate Professor of Physics, 2010-
Professor Uher’s research interests cover a wide area including thermoelectric materials, superconductors and diluted magnetic semiconductors.
Self-propagating high temperature synthesis for compound thermoelectrics and new criterion for combustion processing (X. Su, F. Fu, Y. Yan, G. Zheng, T. Liang, Q. Zhang, X. Cheng, D. Yang, H. Chi, X. Tang, and C. Uher), Nature Communications 5, 4908 (2014).
Towards high thermoelectric performance p-type FeSbTe via in-situ formation of InSb nanoinclusions (G. Tan, H. Chi, W. Liu, Y. Zheng, X. tang and C. Uher), Journal Materials Chemistry C 3 , 8372 (2015).
Thermoelectric properties of Ga/Ag codoped type III Ba24Ge100 clathrates with in-situ nanostructures (J. Fu, X. Su, Y. Zheng, H. Xie, Y. Yan, X. tang, and C. Uher), ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 7, 19172 (2015).