Through the synthesis of new material interfaces we create active materials that can move and shape their environments, display emergent phenomena, and explore their implementations in energy storage applications.
We are currently looking for new students passionate about inorganic chemistry, electrochemistry, and materials discovery.
First official day in lab started out with a progress update on the newly renovated student offices and some final touches to the lab space including the addition of the new mobile cabinetry for our instrument module.
With Texas reopening in the wake of the pandemic, I was happy to stop by Welch Hall for the first time in over year! Despite the shutdowns, restricted access to campus, and continuing supply chain issues, UT Chemistry really pulled to together to make this happen on schedule. Ann Harasimowitz, Steven Moore, and Andrijana Vukovich are especially deserving of credit for all the progress made over the last year.
I’m very excited to announce that I have accepted a position as an assistant professor in chemistry at UT Austin!