❝I am a physical chemistry graduate student at the University of Arizona. I am scheduled to complete a Ph.D. in May 2013 under the supervision of Dr. Neal Armstrong. I am currently seeking a postdoctoral fellowship beginning in the May 2013 time frame. My subsequent goal is to remain in academia by obtaining a tenure track position. My current research is conducted in the area of organic electronics where I predominantly study charge transfer across electrode-organic interfaces. While I have been trained to approach problems with the perspective of an electrochemist, I also frequently utilize impedance spectroscopy, photoemission spectroscopy, and computer modeling in my research. Additionally, my research is often aided by creation of custom instrumentation enabled by my academic (B.Sc.) and industry experience as an electrical engineer.
- GCLGeneral Chemistry Lecture I: Quantitative
- GCIGeneral Chemistry II
- GCIGeneral Chemistry I
- GCLGeneral Chemistry Lecture II: Quantitative Approach
- ACAnalytical Chemistry
- CMLChemical Measurements Laboratory
- GCPGeneral Chemistry Primer
- Giant Unilamellar Vesicle Generation Platform
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