Professor Charles T. Campbell

Department of Chemistry
Box 351700
University of Washington, Bagley 36
Seattle, WA 98195-1700
Tel. (206) 616-6085
Fax: (206) 616-6250
Email:
campbell@chem.washington.edu


EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

1975

B.S., University of Texas, Austin, TX (Chem Engr.)

1979

Ph.D., University of Texas, Austin, TX (Phys. Chem., under Prof. J. M. White)

EMPLOYMENT RECORD

2004-present

Lloyd E. and Florence M. West Endowed Professorship in Chemistry

2001-2006

CoDirector, PNNL / Univ. of Washington Joint Institute for Nanoscience

2003-2004

Director, Center for Nanotechnology, Univ. of Washington

1997-2003

CoDirector, Center for Nanotechnology, Univ. of Washington

1992-present

Professor of Chemistry, University of Washington, Seattle, WA and Adjunct Prof. of Physics (since 1994)

1989-1992

Associate Professor, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

1986-1989

Associate Professor, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

1981-1986

Staff Member, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM

1979-1981

Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Munich, West Germany (under Prof. G. Ertl)

1977

Summer Graduate Student, Sandia National Labs, Albq., NM

HONORS / AWARDS

  • Gerhard Ertl Lecture Award 2012 (Past awardees: Gabor Somorjai (2008), Jens
    Norskov (2009), Sir John Thomas (2010) and Roald Hoffmann (2011)).
  • Elected Fellow of the American Chemical Society, 2011.
  • Elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2010.
  • Ipatieff Lectureship (2010/11), Northwestern University.
  • NSF Center for Chemistry at the Space Time Limit (CaSTL) Lectureship, 2011
  • H. Willard Davis Lecture, Chemistry Dept., University of North Carolina, April 17 or 24, 2009.
  • American Chemical Society Arthur W. Adamson Award for Distinguished Service in the Advancement of Surface Chemistry, 2007.
  • Paul Hopkins Faculty Award of the Chemistry Department, University of Washington, 2006-7.
  • Reilly Lectureship, University of Notre Dame, 2007.
  • University Lectureship, University of Ottowa, Department of Chemistry, Oct. 14, 2005.
  • University Lectureship, University of Washington, Department of Chemistry, Oct. 27, 2005.
  • Lloyd E. and Florence M. West Endowed Professorship in Chemistry (2004-9)
  • Alexander von Humboldt Research Award (2003)
  • American Chemical Society Colloid and Surface Chemistry Award (2001)
  • Board of Directors, Washington Technology Center (1997-2000)
  • St. John's College, Cambridge University, England, Overseas Visiting Scholar Fellowship (1996)
  • John Yarwood Memorial Award of the British Vacuum Council (1989)
  • Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation Teacher/Scholar Award (1988-92)
  • DuPont Young Faculty Award (1988-89)
  • Indiana University Outstanding Young Faculty Award (1988)
  • Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship (1986-88)
  • Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship, University of Munich (1980-81)
  • NSF NATO Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Munich (1979-80)
  • NSF Energy-Related Graduate Traineeship, University of Texas (1976-79)
  • Graduate Student Research Grant at University of Texas (1978-79)
  • Recipient: H. R. Henze Teaching Excellence Award - Chemistry (1975-76)
  • Alcoa and Dean's Office Scholarship, University of Texas (1974-75)
  • Lubrizol Foundation Scholarship, University of Texas (1973-74)
  • Valedictorian, Kelly High School, Beaumont, TX, 1971

EDITORIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Editor-in-Chief of the journal Surface Science Reports (2013-present).
  • Editor-in-Chief of the journal Surface Science (1/02 – 7/12).
  • Guest Co-Editor with Joachim Sauer: Chemical Reviews, Special Issue on Surface
  • Chemistry of Oxides (to appear in late 2012 or early 2013).
  • Guest Co-Editor with Younan Xia and Hong Yang: Accounts of Chemical Research, (to
  • appear in late 2012)
  • Guest Co-Editor with John Yates: Proceedings of the National Academy of Science,
  • Feature Issue on Surface Chemistry, Volume 108, 2011.
  • Editorial Board of Catalysis Reviews (2012-present).
  • Editorial Board of Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering (Springer).
  • Editorial Board of Journal of Chemical Physics (2002-2004)
  • Editorial Board of the Journal of Catalysis (1991-2001)

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY COMMITTEES / OFFICES

  • Board of Directors, International Workshop on Oxide Surfaces, 2006-2009
  • Pacific Coast Catalysis Society Representative to North American Catalysis Soc., 2006-7
  • National President, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Honorary Chemical Society, 2002-5
  • National Vice President, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Honorary Chemical Society 1999-2002
  • Chairman, Colloid and Surface Chemistry Division of the American Chemical Soc., 1993
  • Chairman-Elect, Colloid and Surface Chemistry Div. of the Am. Chemical Society, 1992
  • Vice-Chairman, Colloid and Surface Chemistry Div. of the Am. Chemical Soc., 1991
  • Co‑Chairman, Continuing Symposium on Surface and Colloid Chemistry of Advanced
  • Materials, Colloid and Surface Chemistry Div. of the Am. Chem. Soc., 1988‑1991
  • Treasurer, Colloid & Surface Division of the American Chemical Society, 1984‑1989
  • Executive Committee, New Mexico Chapter of American Vacuum Society, 1983‑1984
  • President, Lamar University Chapter of Phi Eta Sigma (Freshman Honor Fraternity), 1971

SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARDS

  • International Scientific Advisory Board of the Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society, Berlin, Germany, 2005-2014.
  • NSF Subcommittee on Food Systems, an ad hoc subcommittee of the NSF Mathematical and Physical Sciences Advisory Committee, 2013-14.
  • Idaho National Laboratory, Energy and Environment Science and Technology Directorate External Review Board, 2010-present.
  • DOE Energy Frontier Research Center for Atomic Level Catalyst Design, Science Advisory Board, 2012-present.
  • Pacific Northwest National Lab EMSL Scientific Advisory Committee, 2003-present.
  • Sandia National Lab, Sunshine to Petrol (S2P) Program External Advisory Board, 2009-present.
  • Plexera, LLC., Seattle, WA, http://www.plexera.com/ (2009-present).
  • Scientific Advisory Board of the Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society – Chinese Academy of Sciences Partner Group “Structure-Activity relations of Model Systems for Heterogeneous Catalysis, 2010-present.
  • Asemblon, Inc., Seattle, WA, http://asemblon.com/ (2005-present).
  • Lumera, Inc., Bothel, WA (2004-2008)
  • Prolinx, Inc.; Bothell, WA (2001-2003)
  • University of Washington NESAC/BIO Advisory Board, 2005-2010.

REVIEW / ADVISORY COMMITTEES

  • Co-Chair, Science Theme Advisory Panel, Surface and Interfacial Processes, EMSL, Pacific Northwest National Lab, 2009-2011.
  • IUPAC Task Group: Critical evaluation of thermodynamic properties of hydrogen storage materials: metal organic frameworks and metal or complex hydrides, 2009-11.
  • Review Committee, Department of Chemistry, University of British Columbia, 2010.
  • Panelist and Writer: DOE OBES Workshop on “Basic Research Needs in Catalysis for Energy Applications”, Bethesda, MD, Aug. 6-8, 2007.
  • Sandia National Lab, Materials Science Review, 2007.
  • PNNL, Catalysis and Surface Science Program External Review, 2006.
  • German Research Foundation (DFG) Excellence Initiative: Catalysis Review Panel, 2006.
  • DOE OBES Workshop on Advanced Resources for Catalysis Research, Pacific Northwest National Lab, Sept. 21-2, 2004.
  • Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Materials Science Review, 1998 and 2010.
  • DOE / Oak Ridge National Lab, Chemical Sciences Programs Review, 1997.
  • DOE Labs Technology Research Program Review, Catalysis/Chemical Conversion, 1996.

NOTABLE AWARDS OF GRADUATE STUDENTS

  • Jason Farmer (PhD 2010) won Best Dissertation from the University of Washington for 2010 from all areas of mathematics, physical sciences and engineering , and thus it was the University’s nominee for the Council of Graduate Schools Distinguished Dissertation Award.
  • Jennifer Shumaker-Parry (PhD 2002) won an NSF CAREER Award.
  • Jose Rodriguez (PhD 1988) won the 2007 national HENAAC Outstanding Technical Achievement Award for Hispanic scientists and engineers.

SYMPOSIA ORGANIZED

  • Scientific Program Committee: The 6th International Conference on Gold Science, Technology, and its Applications, Tokyo, Sept. 5-8, 2012.
  • International Steering Committee, Joint 18th International Vacuum Congress (IVC-18),. 2010 International Conference on Nanoscience and Technology (ICN+T 2010), 14th International Conference on Solid Surfaces (ICSS-14), and the 5th Vacuum and Surface Sciences Conference of Asia and Australia (VASSCAA-5), jointly held in Beijing, China, August 23-27, 2010.
  • Organizing Committee: North American Meeting of the Catalysis Society, CA, 2009.
  • International Advisory Committee , 25th European Conference on Surface Science (ECOSS), July 28 -August 1, 2008, Liverpool, UK.
  • DOE Contractors Annual Meeting, Catalysis and Surface Science, Chair: Future Directions, Charlottesville, VA, May 24-26, 2007.
  • Organizing committee, 5th International Workshop on Oxide Surfaces (IWOX-5), Lake Tahoe, NV, Jan. 2007.
  • Chairman, Annual meeting of the Pacific Coast Catalysis Club, Seattle, 2006.
  • International Scientific Committee, Algerian Materials Research Society 4th International Meeting, Tlemcen, Algeria, May 27-9, 2006.
  • Chair: Gordon Research Conference on Chemical Reactions at Surfaces, Feb. 13-18, 2005.
  • Program Committee: 26th Annual Symposium on Applied Surface Analysis (Surface Analysis 2004) June 16-18, 2004 in Richland, WA.
  • Co-Chair: Gordon Research Conference on Chemical Reactions at Surfaces Feb. 16-21, 2003 Ventura, CA.
  • Adamson Award Symposium Honoring J. M. White, San Diego ACS Meeting, Apr. 4-5 2001
  • Materials Chemistry on Oxide and Carbide Surfaces, PacifiChem 2000, Dec. 14-19, 2000, Honolulu, HA
  • Model Catalytic Systems, for the North American Meeting of the Catalysis Society, Pittsburgh, PA, May 2-7, 1993.
  • Solid Surfaces and Catalysis, for the 1989 International Chemical Congress of the Pacific Basin Societies, Honolulu, Hawaii, December 1989
  • Bimetallic Surface Chemistry and Catalysis, co-organized with B.E. Koel for the Fall 1987 ACS National Meeting (Colloid and Surface Chemistry Division)
  • Molecular Processes at Solid Surfaces: Chemical Modification of Surfaces, for the Spring 1984 ACS National Meeting (Colloid and Surface Chemistry Division)

INVITED TALKS AT SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES

Future:

  1. “Frontiers in Catalysis Symposium”, Catalysis Research Center, Technical University of Munich, Germany, date TBD in summer 2014.
  2. ACS National Meeting, Clusters in Catalysis Symp., Dallas, TX; March 16-20, 2014.
  3. AVS National Meeting, Surface Science Symp. on Metals and Alloys, Longbeach, CA, Oct. 27-Nov. 1, 2013.
  4. ACS National Meeting, Computational Catalysis Symp. (CATL), Indianapolis, IN, Sept. 8-12, 2013.
  5. Telluride Conference on Catalysis, Telluride, CO, July 29-Aug. 2, 2013.
  6. Keynote Lecture, North American Meeting (NAM) of the Catalysis Society, Louisville, KY, June 2-7, 2013.

Past:

  1. Gordon Research Conference on Chemical Reactions at Surfaces, Kick-Off Talk, Diablerets, Switzerland, April 28-May 3, 2013.
  2. Gordon Research Pre-Conference Seminar on Chemical Reactions at Surfaces, Diablerets, Switzerland, April 27-28, 2013.
  3. Faraday Discussion, Introductory Lecture, Berlin, April 10-12, 2013.
  4. Nano-Science on Surfaces Workshop, Schladming, Austria, Jan. 20-23, 2013.
  5. Gerhard Ertl Lecture, Dec. 10, 2012, Humboldt University, Berlin.
  6. 2012 Scientific Meeting of the Northwestern University Center for Catalysis and Surface Science, Oct. 22, 2012.
  7. Future of Catalysis Symposium, Stanford, CA Sept. 26-28, 2012
  8. ACS National Meeting, Catalysis Div. Symposium on “Progress in Electronic and Vibrational Spectroscopy of Catalytic Materials and Reactions”, Philadelphia, Aug. 19-23, 2012.  (I could not make this meeting, so this was presented by my collaborator, Ye Xu from Oak Ridge National Lab.)
  9. Materials Genome Initiative Workshop on Building the Materials Innovation Infrastructure, Herbert C. Hoover Building, Wash. D.C., May 14-15, 2012.
  10. ACS National Meeting, Physical Chemistry Div. Symposium on Frontiers of Catalysis, San Diego, Mar. 25-29, 2012.
  11. American Physical Society (APS) March 2012 National Meeting symposium on Chemical Physics for New Energy, Boston, February 27-March 2, 2012.
  12. Europacat X, Glasgow, Scotland, August 28-Sept. 2, 2011.
  13. ACS National Meeting, Surface Science for Catalysis Symposium, Denver, Aug. 28-Sept. 1, 2011. (presented by graduate student Eric Karp)
  14. Faraday Discussion on Gold Catalysis, Cardiff University, UK, July 4-6, 2011.
  15. Catalysis Club of Chicago Spring Symposium, Naperville, IL, May 19, 2011
  16. ACS National Meeting, Petroleum Division Symposium Honoring Jeffery Bricker (Senior Director of Research, UOP) for his ACS Award for Creative Invention), Annehaim, Mar. 27-31, 2011.
  17. ACS National Meeting, Fuel Division, Symposium on Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology in Fuels and energy Production, Anneheim, Mar. 27-31, 2011.
  18. AVS National Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, Oct. 17-22, 2010.
  19. ACS National Meeting, Petroleum Division (Symposium Honoring Henrik Topsoe’s Award), Boston, Aug. 22-26, 2010.
  20. 6th Tokyo Conference on Advanced Catalytic Science and 5th Asian Pacific Congress on Catalysis, Sapporo, Japan, July 18-23, 2010.
  21. Gordon Research Conference on Catalysis, Colby Sawyer College, NH, June 27 – July 2, 2010
  22. ACS National Meeting, Catalysis Directorate (Madix / Stair Awards Symposium), San Francisco, March 21-25, 2010.
  23. ACS National Meeting, Fuel Division (Separations & Catalysis Needs for Renewable Energy Symposium), San Francisco, March 21-25, 2010.
  24. Taylor Conference on Heterogeneous Catalysis, Plenary Lecture, Cardiff Univ., UK, June 22-25, 2009.
  25. North American Meeting of the Catalysis Society, Plenary Lecture, San Francisco, June 7-12, 2009.
  26. Interdisciplinary Surface Science Conference, Reading, UK, March 30-April 2, 2009
  27. ACS National Meeting, Olah Award Symposium, Salt Lake City, March 22-26, 2009.
  28. ACS National Meeting, Symposium on Convergence of Theory with Experiment in Surface Chemistry, Salt Lake City, March 22-26, 2009.
  29. Michigan Catalysis Society Monthly Meeting, Dec. 9, 2008.
  30. Catalysis Club of Chicago Lecture, Dec. 1, 2008.
  31. International Symposium on Surface Science and Nanotechnology (ISSS-5), Tokyo, Japan, Nov. 9-13, 2008.
  32. ACS National Meeting, Philadelphia, Aug. 17-21, 2008.
  33. 25 Years of Biointerface Science Symposium, University of Washington, Seattle, Aug. 24-7, 2008.
  34. 6th Congress of the International Society for Theoretical Chemical Physics, Vancouver, BC, Canada, July 19-24, 2008.
  35. ACS National Meeting, New Orleans, Apr. 6-10, 2008.
  36. Annual Meeting of the German Physical Society, Berlin, Feb. 25-29, 2008
  37. Pacific Coast Catalysis Society, Pasedena, CA, Nov. 2, 2007.
  38. Physical Electronics Conference, Urbana, IL, June 19-22, 2007.
  39. Gordon Research Conference: Chemical Reactions at Surfaces, Ventura, CA, Feb. 11-16, 2007.
  40. American Institute of Chemical Engineers National Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Nov. 17, 2006.
  41. International Conference on Solid Films and Surfaces (ICSFS-13), San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina, Nov. 6-10, 2006.
  42. Workshop on "Catalysis from First Principles" (C1P) 2006, CECAM - Psi-k, Lyon, France, 11 - 14 September 2006
  43. ACS National Meeting, PChem Division, Symposium on Fundamentals of Oxide Catalysts, San Francisco, CA, Sept. 10-14, 2006.
  44. Annual Meeting of the Deutsche Bunsen Gesellschaft (German Federal Society) for Physical Chemistry, Erlangen, May 25-27, 2006.
  45. International Scientific Committee, Algerian Materials Research Society 4th International Meeting, Tlemcen, Algeria, May 27-9, 2006.
  46. ACS National Meeting, Division of Chemical Education, Atlanta, GA, Mar. 26-30, 2006.
  47. Workshop on Nanoparticles and Oxide Surfaces, Schloss Ringberg, Tegernsee, Germany, Sept. 4-9, 2005.
  48. Science and Technology Roundtable, Technology Alliance, Seattle, WA, May 13, 2005.
  49. Materials Research Society Annual Symposium, San Francisco, CA, Mar. 28-31, 2005.
  50. ACS National Meeting, Symposium in Honor of Adamson Awardee, R. Hamers, March 13-17, 2005.
  51. ACS National Meeting, Symposium on Growth and Catalysis of Metal Overlayers, March 13-17, 2005.
  52. American Vacuum Society Natl. Symposium, Anaheim, CA, Nov. 14-19, 2004.
  53. Max Plank Gesellschaft Conference “Surface Science Quo Vadis?” in Honor of Gerhard Ertl, Ringsberg, Germany, Sept. 6-9, 2004.
  54. EuroConference: “Interfaces in Nanostructured Materials”, Kloster Irsee, Germany, June 6–11, 2004.
  55. ACS National Meeting, Symposium in Honor of Art Adamson, Apr. 1, 2004.
  56. AAAS Meeting: Symposium on Controlling Chemical Transformations by Catalysis, Seattle, Feb. 12-17, 2004.
  57. Regional ACS Symposium, Pittsburgh, PA, Oct. 21, 2003.
  58. ACS National Meeting, New York City, Sept. 7, 2003.
  59. Workshop on Catalysis by Oxide-Supported Metallic Nanoclusters, Santa Barbara, CA, Feb. 25-27, 2003.
  60. 9th Symposium on Surface Physics, Trest, Czech Republic, Sep. 2-6, 2002.
  61. Euroconference on Fundamental Aspects of Surface Science: Structure and Reactivity of Oxide Surfaces, Acquafredda di Maratea, Italy, June 1-6, 2002.
  62. Materials Research Soc. Natl. Meeting, San Francisco, Apr. 1-4, 2002.
  63. Rideal Conference, Manchester, England, Mar. 24-7, 2002.
  64. European Conf. On Surface Science, Krakow, Poland, Sep. 4-7, 2001.
  65. Energetics of Metal Nanoparticles in Oxide Surfaces, Spanish Vacuum Soc. Workshop on Growth and Behaviour of Metal-Oxide Interfaces, Ávila, Spain. July 23-26, 2001
  66. Energetics of Metal Nanoparticles on Model Oxide-Supported Metal Catalysts by Adsorption Microcalorimetry, North American Catalysis Soc. Meeting, June 3-8, 2001.
  67. German Research Foundation Workshop on Bridging the Pressure and Materials Gap in Catalysis, Berlin, May 21-2, 2001.
  68. ACS Award Talk: Energetics of Metal Nanoparticles on MgO(100) by Adsorption Microcalorimetry, American Chemical Society Natl. Meeting, San Diego, CA, 4/1-5/01.
  69. Surface Thermodynamics, DOE Workshop in Catalysis Futures, Berkeley, CA, Mar. 1, 2001.
  70. The Energetic Stability of Cu, Ag and Pb Particles on MgO(100): Adsorption and Adhesion Energies of Metals by Calorimetry, 2nd Intnl. Workshop on Oxide Surfaces, Taos, NM, 1/15-19/01.
  71. Microcalorimetric Measurements of Adsorption Energies and Adhesion Energies in Metal Film Growth: Relationships to Morphology, 10th International Conference on Solid Films and Surfaces (ICSFS-10), Princeton University, July 9-13, 2000.
  72. Model Oxide-Supported Metal Catalysts, Gordon Research Conference in Catalysis, New London, NH, June 25-30, 2000.
  73. Kinetics of Adsorption / Desorption at the Liquid / Solid Interface, American Vacuum Society, New Mexico Chapter Annual Symposium, Albuquerque, NM, 5/24/00.
  74. Fundamental Research in the Surface Science and Physical Chemistry of Heterogeneous Catalysis: Where are We, and Where Should We be Aiming?, American Chemical Soc. Natl. Meeting, San Francisco, Mar. 26-31, 2000.
  75. Quantitive Analyses of Biological Interactions using Sensors Based on Surface-Biofunctionalized Surface Plasmon Resonance Devices, SPIE BioMedical Optics Conference, San Jose, CA, Jan. 21-28, 2000.
  76. Quantitive Analyses of Biological Interactions using Sensors Based on Surface-Biofunctionalized Surface Plasmon Resonance Devices, American Vacuum Society Natl. Symposium, Seattle, WA, Oct. 28, 1999,
  77. The Energetics and Dynamics of Metal Vapor Adsorption on Well-Defined Solids: Oxides, Si(100) and Polymers, IUVSTA workshop on Gas-Surface Interactions: Electronic structure, dynamics and reactivity, Sep., 26-29, 1999 at Schloss Seggauberg, Leibnitz, Austria
  78. Single Crystal Adsorption Calorimetry on Oxide Surfaces, Faraday Discussion on The Surface Science of Metal Oxides, Ambleside, England, Sep. 1-3, 1999.
  79. Plenary Lecture: Calorimetric Measurements of Metal Adsorption and Adhesion Energies onto Clean and Well-Defined Surfaces of Single Crystals, 54th Annual Calorimetry Conference, Tallahassee, FL, Aug. 15-20, 1999.
  80. Calorimetric Measurements of Metal Adsorption and Adhesion Energies on Single-Crystal Oxide Surfaces: Relationship to Metal Particle Morphology and Chemisorption Properties, ESF Workshop on “Catalysis from First Principles”, Copenhagen, May 17-19, 1999.
  81. The Strength of Interfacial Bonding at the Metal Particle / Oxide Support Interface, and Its Effect on Metal Catalyst Dispersion and Chemisorption Properties, Tri-State Catalysis Club Dinner Meeting, Charkeston, West VA, March 18, 1999.
  82. Calorimetric Measurements of Metal Adsorption and Adhesion Energies on Single Crystalline Surfaces, Joint Surface and Materials Symposium between Rutgers and Chalmers Universities, Piscataway, NJ, March 17, 1999.
  83. Calorimetric Measurements of Metal Adsorption and Adhesion Energies on Single-Crystal Oxide Surfaces: Relationship to Metal Particle Morphology and Chemisorption Properties, Gordon Conference on Chemical Reactions at Surfaces, Mar. 1-5, 1999.
  84. Calorimetric Measurements of Metal Adsorption and Adhesion Energies on Single-Crystal Oxide Surfaces: Relationship to Metal Particle Morphology and Chemisorption Properties, International Conference on Oxide Surfaces, Elmau, Germany, Jan. 25-29, 1999.
  85. Single Crystal Adsorption Calorimetry for Measuring Adsorption and Adhesion Energies of Metal Films and Particles on Well-Defined Surfaces, American Vacuum Society Annual Symposium, Baltimore, MD Nov. 2-6, 1998.
  86. Single Crystal Adsorption Microcalorimetry of Metal Adsorption and Adhesion Energies on Oxide Surfaces, ACS National Meeting, Boston, Aug. 23-24, 1998.
  87. Symposium on the Thermal Stability of Supported PdO/Pd Combustion Catalysts, Catalytica Combustion Systems, Inc., Mountain View, CA, July 16, 1998.
  88. The Strength of Interfacial Bonding at the Metal Particle / Oxide Support Interface, and Its Effect on Metal Catalyst Dispersion and Chemisorption Properties, 81st Canadian Society for Chemistry Conference, Wistler, BC, Canada, June 1-5, 1998.
  89. “Model Catalysts from Vapor-Deposited Metal Particles on Single-Crystal Oxide Surfaces: Energetic, Structural, Chemisorption and Catalytic Properties”, Southwest Catalysis Society Meeting and Inaugural Symposium of the Texas A&M Center for Catalysis, May 21, 1998.
  90. Two New Methods for Characterizing Surface Reactions: Single-Crystal Adsorption Calorimetry and Surface Plasmon Resonance Spectroscopy, Engineering Foundation Conference on Surface Characterization of Adsorption and Interfacial Reactions II, Kona, Hawaii, Jan. 15, 1997.
  91. The Strength of Chemical Bonding at the Metal Particle / Oxide Support Interface, and Its Effect on Dispersion and Chemisorption Properties, Keynote Address, North American Catalysis Society Meeting, Chicago, May 19, 1997.
  92. Kinetics of Metal Film Growth and Island Thickening on Oxides: Cu/ZnO(0001)-O and Au / TiO2(110), ACS Natl. Symp., Phys. Div., San Francisco, April 13, 1997.
  93. A New Single-Crystal Adsorption Microcalorimeter: Applications in Metal Film Growth on Oxides, ACS Natl. Symp., Coll. Div., San Francisco, April 16, 1997.
  94. Bismuth Postdosing Thermal Desorption Mass Spectroscopy: Probing Hydrocarbon Reaction on Pt(111), ESF Workshop on Adsorption and Catalytic Reaction Dynamics at Surfaces, Italy, Dec. 17-20, 1995.
  95. Studies of Structure-Function Relationships and Mechanisms in Heterogeneous Catalysis Using a Surface Scientist's Approach, Fall Meeting of the Japanese Catalysis Society, Muroran, Japan, Oct 5, 1995.
  96. The Metal / Oxide Interface, International Symp. on Frontiers of Catalytic Surface Science, Catalysis Res. Center of Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan, Oct. 2-3, 1995.
  97. Structural, Chemisorption and Catalytic Properties of Well-Defined Metal Particles on Oxide Single Crystal Surfaces, IUVSTA Workshop on Structure and Reactivity of Small Polyatomic Molecules on Surfaces, Brdo, Slovenia, April 9-15, 1995.
  98. Modelling Metal / Oxide Interactions in Cu/ZnO Catalysis, DOE/BES Heterogeneous Catalysis and Surface Chemistry Research Conference, Oconomowoc, WI, May 25, 1994.
  99. A New Model for the Growth and Reactivity of Metal Films on Oxide Surfaces: Cu on ZnO(0001)-O, American Vacuum Society National Meeting, Orlando, FLA, Nov. 15-19, 1993.
  100. Model Cu/ZnO Catalysts Based on Cu Monolayers on ZnO(0001)-O Single Crystal Surfaces, Symposium on Ammonia Synthesis: Position and Future Course", Hornbaek, Denmark, Sept. 1-4, 1993.
  101. Energetics of Surface Reactions in the Presence of Additives, 1993 Gordon Conference on Chemical Reactions on Surfaces, Ventura, CA, March 8-12, 1993.
  102. Studies of Water-Gas Shift and Methanol Synthesis on Model Catalysts, 1992 Gordon Conference on Catalysis, Colby-Sawyer College, New London, NH, June 30, 1992.
  103. Hydrocarbon Reactions on Platinum Bimetallic Surfaces, 43rd Annual Congress of the Brazilian National Scientific Society, July 19, 1991, Rio de Janeiro.
  104. Studies of model Catalysts Using Combined UHV Surface Characterization and Medium-Pressure Kinetics, 43rd Annual Congress of the Brazilian National Scientific Society, July 17, 1991, Rio de Janeiro.
  105. The Forward and Reverse Water-Gas Shift Reactions on Model Copper Catalysts: Kinetics and Elementary Steps, 18th Annual Spring Symposium of the Michigan Chapter of the American Vacuum Society, Dearborn, MI, May 15, 1991.
  106. Hydrocarbon Interactions with Clean and Metal Doped Pt(111) Surfaces, ACS National Symposium, Kendall Award Symposium, April 1991, Atlanta.
  107. The Forward and Reverse Water-Gas Shift Reactions on Model Copper Catalysts: Kinetics and Elementary Steps, ACS National Symposium, Colloid Division, April 1991, Atlanta.
  108. Surface Chemistry Related to Bimetallic Catalysis, U.S.?Brazil NSF Workshop in Catalysis, Rio de Jan., Brazil, October 15,1990.
  109. The Water?Gas Shift Reaction Over Clean and Cs?Promoted Cu Single? Crystal Catalysts: Elementary Processes, Gordon Research Conference on the "Fundamental Interactions of Water with Solid Surface," Kimball Union Academy, Meriden, NH, July 20, 1990.
  110. Surface Sciences Studies of the Reactions of Simple Hydrocarbons on Pt(111), National ACS Meeting, Kendall Award Symposium, Boston, April 1990.
  111. Studies of Model Catalyst with Well?Defined Surfaces Combining Ultrahigh Vacuum Surface Characterization with Medium?Pressure Kinetics, National Academy of Sciences and Academy of Sciences of the GDR Workshop on "Developments in Heterogeneous Catalysis," Irvine, CA, March 18?21, 1990.
  112. Electronic promoters in Catalysis: A Surface Science Perspective, Catalytica Workshop on Catalyst Promoters, Palo Alto, CA, November 1989.
  113. Surface science studies of single crystal Cu and ZnO with particular relevance to methanol synthesis and water?gas shift, Eighth International Symposium on C1 Chemistry, Kingston, ONT, Canada, July 1989.
  114. Studies of catalytic kinetics and mechanisms over well-defined model catalysts based on single-crystal surfaces, The 1989 British Vacuum Council Annual 8th Interdisciplinary Surface Science Conference (ISSC-8) Liverpool, England, March 20-23, 1989.
  115. Ensemble effects and mechanisms in hydrocarbon reactions over Model platinum catalysts, 2nd European conference on Catalysis (G.M. Schwab Honorary Symposium), Berlin, West Germany, July 1989.
  116. Well defined bimetallic surfaces: structural and chemisorptive properties, 8th Annual Symposium of the Arizona Chapter, Tucson, Arizona, April 1989.
  117. Probing ensemble effects in catalysis: hydrocarbon reactions on Pt(111), 62nd Colloid and Surface Science Symposium, Pennsylvania State University, June 1988.
  118. Testing ensemble sizes in chemisorption and catalysis, Joint Pittsburgh?Cleveland Catalysis Society/American Vacuum Society Meeting, Cleveland, OH, April 1988.
  119. Application of surface analytical techniques to the characterization of simple catalytic reactions, 34th National Symposium of the American Vacuum Society, Anaheim, CA, November 1987.
  120. Model Cu/ZnO catalysts, Sixth DOE Catalysis and Surface Chemistry Research Conference, NBS, October 1987
  121. The use of ultrahigh vacuum surface analytical methods in understanding high?pressure catalytic reactions, Eastern Analytical Symposium, New York, NY, September 1987
  122. Kinetics and mechanisms of simple catalytic reactions on well? defined catalyst surfaces, Midwest Regional ACS Meeting, Columbus, OH, June 1987
  123. Surface, kinetic, and theoretical characterization of model Cu/ZnO catalysts for water?gas shift and methanol synthesis, Spring Dinner Meeting of the Chicago Catalysis Club, April 1987
  124. Kinetics and mechanisms of simple catalytic reactions at high pressures on well?defined surfaces, American Chemical Society National Symposium, Anaheim, CA, September 1986
  125. Investigations of sulfur tolerance of water?gas shift catalysts, 6th Annual Gasification Contractors Meeting, DOE, Morgantown Energy Technology Center, June 1986
  126. Mechanism of ethylene epoxidation on chlorine and cesium modified silver single crystals studies, Gordon Research Conference on Catalysis, June 1985
  127. Mechanism and promoter effects in ethylene epoxidation over Ag: single crystal studies, ACS National Symposium, Miami, May 1985
  128. Medium?pressure studies of the selective catalytic oxidation of ethylene over silver single crystals, International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies (PACS), Honolulu, December 1984
  129. Chlorine promotion of selective ethylene oxidation over Ag(110): kinetics and mechanism, ACS Regional Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, June 1984
  130. The selective epoxidation of ethylene catalyzed by silver: mechanistic details revealed by single?crystal studies, ACS National Symposium, Philadelphia, August 1984

INVITED UNIVERSITY AND INDUSTRIAL SEMINARS

  • University of California at Berkeley, Physical Chemisty Seminar, date TBD
  • University of Houston, Dept. of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Dec. 12-13, 2013.
  • Northwestern University, Catalysis CSCC Seminar, Oct. 19, 2012.
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Oct. 16, 2012.
  • University of California at Riverside, Chemistry Department Colloquium, June 6, 2012.
  • Clemson University Chemistry Dept., April 12, 2012
  • Ippatief Lectureship, Northwestern University, May 23, 2011.
  • Aarhus University, Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center (iNANO), Denmark, May 3, 2011
  • Stanford University, Jan. 11, 2011.
  • University of Florida Chemistry Department, Nov. 23, 2010..
  • UCLA Chemistry Department, Physical Division, Sept. 27, 2010.
  • Sandia National Lab, Physical, Chemical, and Nano Sciences Center, June 24, 2010.
  • University of Wisconsin- Madison, Chemical Engineering Dept., March 16, 2010.
  • University of California at Irvine, Chemistry Dept., Feb. 23, 2010.
  • Lawrence Berkeley Lab, Materials Sciences Div., Surface Science Seminar, Nov. 12, 2009.
  • Materials Science and Engineering Dept., Univ. of Washington, Oct. 12, 2009
  • University of South Carolina, H. Willard Davis Lecture, Chemistry Dept., April 24, 2009.
  • Texas A&M University, Chemistry Department, April. 22, 2009.
  • University of Buffalo, Chemistry Dept., May 22, 2007.
  • Reilly Lectureship, University of Notre Dame, 2007.
  • Argonne National Lab., Chemistry Division Seminar, Oct. 9, 2006.
  • Univ. of Bochum, Germany, June 12, 2006.
  • Univ. of California Irvine, April 11, 2006.
  • Univ. of Florida Gainesville, Chem. Engineering Dept., April 3, 2006.
  • University of Washington, Chemistry Department, University Lectureship, Oct. 27, 2005.
  • University of Ottowa, Department of Chemistry, University Lectureship, Oct. 14, 2005.
  • University of Pittsburgh Departmental Colloquium, April 7, 2005.
  • Harvard University Chemistry Department Woodward Lecture, Oct. 28, 2004.
  • Southern Illinois University Carbondale, April 23, 2004.
  • Washington University, Chemistry Dept., St. Louis, Apr. 22, 2004.
  • University of Illinois at Urbana, Chemistry Department, Feb. 2, 2004.
  • University of Texas, Department of Chemical Engineering Seminar, Jan. 16, 2004.
  • University of Texas, Department of Chemistry Seminar, Jan. 15, 2004.
  • Los Alamos National Laboratory, Center for Integrated Nanotechnology, Dec. 16, 2003.
  • Sandia National Laboratory, Dec. 15, 2003.
  • University of Washington, Condensed Matter Physics Seminar, Dec. 9, 2003.
  • University of Delaware, Chemistry Dept. Colloquium, Oct. 20, 2003.
  • Fritz-Haber-Institute of the Max-Planck Society, Berlin, Germany, June 25, 2003.
  • Technical Univ. of Denmark, Surface Physics Department, June 13, 2003.
  • CNRS, Campus de Luminy, Marseille, May 23, 2003.
  • University College London, Chemistry Department, March 19, 2003.
  • University of Arhuus, Nanotechnology Seminar, Denmark, March 6, 2003.
  • University of Arhuus, Physics Dept. Seminar, Denmark, March 6, 2003.
  • Cambridge University, Chemistry Department Physical Colloquium, Cambridge, England, March 4, 2003.
  • Univ. of California, Berkeley, Surface Chemistry / Catalysis Seminar (LBNL), Oct. 2002.
  • Northwestern University Chemisty Dept. Colloquium, Feb. 8, 2002.
  • Northwestern Univ., Chemistry Colloquium, Feb 9, 2002.
  • University of California at Santa Barbara, Chem. Engr. Dept., Jan. 21, 2002.
  • University of Missouri-Columbia, Chemistry Dept., Sept. 28, 2001.
  • Texas A&M University, Chemistry Dept., Sept. 27, 2001.
  • UOP, July 27, 2000.
  • Los Alamos Natl. Lab, May 26, 2000.
  • University of Wisconsin, Analytical Chemistry Seminar, Oct. 14, 1999.
  • Center for Atomic-Scale Materials Physics, Univ. of Aarhus, Denmark, May 21, 1999 (2 talks).
  • Technical University of Denmark, Physics Dept., May 20, 1999 (2 talks).
  • Molecular Biotechnology Departmental Seminar, Univ. of Washington, April 13, 1999.
  • Union Carbide Research Labs, So. Charleston, WV, March 19, 1999.
  • Surface Science and Catalysis Seminar, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Berkeley, CA, Dec. 10, 1998.
  • Sandia National Lab, Livermore, CA, Dec. 9, 1998.
  • Chemistry Dept., Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, Nov. 20, 1998.
  • Chemistry Dept., Colorado State Univ., Nov. 19, 1998.
  • Dept. of Chemical Engineering, University of Washington, Nov. 16, 1998.
  • Scientific Design Co., Little Ferry, N. J., Oct. 26, 1998.
  • Chemistry Dept., Univ. of Texas, Mar. 12, 1998.
  • Chemistry Dept., Univ. of Oregon, Feb. 27, 1998.
  • Physics Dept., Univ. of Washington, Fall 1996.
  • Dept. of Physical Chemistry, Cambridge University, England, May, 1996.
  • ICI Katalco Research, Technology and Engineering, Billingham, Cleveland, England, Apr. 29, 1996.
  • Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Plank Gesellschaft, Berlin, Germany, Apr. 25, 1996.
  • Dept. of Chemistry, University of Reading, England, March 19, 1996.
  • Dept. of Chemistry, University of Manchester, England, Jan. 24, 1996.
  • Dept. of Chemistry, King Group, Cambridge University, England, Feb. 27, 1996.
  • Dept. of Chemical Engineering, University of Washington, 1995.
  • Dept. of Chemistry, University of Southern California, March 20, 1995.
  • University of California at Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley Lab, Dec. 1, 1994.
  • Department of Chemistry, Brookhaven Natl. Lab, April 21, 1994.
  • Department of Chemistry, University of Utah, Oct. 28, 1993.
  • Department of Chemistry, University of Victoria, Canada, Feb. 11, 1993.
  • Department of Chemistry, Western Washington Univrsity, Bellingham, WA, May 20, 1992.
  • Department of Chemical Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, Dec. 3, 1991.
  • Department of Physics, Washington State University, Pullman, Nov. 19, 1991.
  • Department of Chemistry, Oregon Graduate Institute, Beaverton, OR, Nov. 1, 1991.
  • Department of Chemistry, University of California at San Diego, Jan. 1991.
  • Department of Chemistry, Brown University, April 27, 1990.
  • Department of Physics, University of Arhus, Denmark, Feb. 22, 1990.
  • H. C. Orsted Institute, University of Copenhagen, Feb. 21, 1990.
  • Laboratory of Applied Physics, Technical University of Denmark, Feb. 19, 1990.
  • Department of Chemistry, University of Houston, Nov. 21, 1989.
  • Department of Chemistry, University of Texas, Nov. 18, 1989.
  • Department of Chemistry, Texas A&M University, Nov. 17, 1989.
  • Department of Chemistry, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, Feb. 14, 1989.
  • Department of Physics, Imperial College, London, ENGLAND, March 17, 1989.
  • Department of Physical Chemistry, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, ENGLAND, March 16, 1989.
  • Department of Physics, University of Warwick, Coventry, ENGLAND, March 13, 1989.
  • IBM Research Abs, San Jose, CA, Feb. 26, 1988.
  • University of California at Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley Lab, Feb. 25, 1988
  • University of California at Irvine (Chemistry Dept.) Feb. 24, 1988.
  • University of Illinois at Urbana, 1987.
  • Standard Oil Research and Development, Warrensville, OH, 1987.
  • Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY, 1987.
  • General Electric Research Labs, Schnectady, NY, 1987.
  • University of Missouri Columbia, 1986.
  • Case Western Reserve University, 1986.
  • University of Pittsburgh, Chemistry Department, 1986.
  • North Texas State University, 1986.
  • Indiana University, 1985.
  • Georgia Institute of Technology, 1985.
  • Purdue University ,1985.
  • California Institute of Technology, 1985.
  • Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Plank Gesellschaft, Berlin, West Germany, 1985.
  • KFA Julich, West Germany, 1985.
  • Union Carbide, So. Charleston, WV, 1984.
  • Shell Research and Development, Houston, 1984.
  • University of California at Santa Barbara, Chemistry Department, 1984.
  • Cornell University, 1983.
  • Sandia National Labs, 1983.
  • Harvard University (Surface Science Seminar), 1983.
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Surface Science Seminar), 1983.
  • Stanford University (Chemical Engineering Dept.), 1983.
  • Exxon Research and Development, 1983.
  • Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, 1983.
  • University of Texas at Austin, 1983.
  • University of Texas at Austin, 1981.
  • KFA Julich, West Germany, 1980.
  • University of Munich, West Germany, 1980.
  • University of Strasbourgh, France, 1980.
  • Exxon Research and Development, 1979.
  • Los Alamos National Lab, 1979.
  • National Bureau of Standards, 1979.

Ph.D. STUDENTS SUPERVISED

Name

Thesis Topic

Date Degree Granted

Rodriguez, Jose’ A.

Interaction of Single Molecules with Cu Pt, Ag and ZnO Surfaces
( now a staff member at Brookhaven Natl. Lab)

1988 (I.U.)

Henn, Fredrick C.

Reactions of Simple Molecules on Bi/Pt(111)
(now with Omicron, Inc.)

1991 (I.U.)

Campbell, Joseph M.

Mechanistic Studies of Water‑Gas Shift and Methanol Synthesis over Cs/Cu(110) (Now staff member at Helsinki University of Technology, Center for Chemical Analysis, FINLAND)

1991 (I.U.)

Domagala, Melanie

The Use of Bismuth Adatoms for Investigating the Surface Chemistry of Adsorbed Hydrocarbons on Pt(111)
(now with DEA lab in Chicago)

1993

Frydman, Arnaldo

XPS, TPR and Catalytic Characterization of Co/Rh Bimetallic Catalysts on Niobia Supports
(now w/ H Power, Inc., Montreal, Canada)

1995 (URJ)

Frei, Nathan

Adsorption Microcalorimetry

deceased 1996

Gamble, Lara J.

Organofunctionalization of Oxide Surfaces with Alkoxysilanes: Model Studies on Ti02 (110) (now w/ Zyomyx, Inc., Hayward, CA)

1997

Yoshihara, Jun

Model Cu/ZnO Catalysts
(now w/ Mitsubishi Gas Chenmical, Japan)

1997

Jung, Linda

Sensor Surfaces (now w/ Zyomyx, Inc., Hayward, CA)

1999

Carlos Andre de Perez

Metals on Oxides (U.Rio de Janiero, Co-advised with Martin Schmal)

1999

Lu, Hongbo (Bioengr.)

Surface Functionalization / Biosensors / Protein Adsorption on Hydroxyapatite (now Executive Director at OrbiMed Advisors)

2000

Starr, David E.

Adsorption Microcalorimetry (now at Center for Functional Nanomaterials at Brookhaven)

2001

Parker, Stephen C.(Physics,)

Sintering kinetics of metal nanoparticles on oxides
(now teaching at Carleton College)

2001

Grant, Ann W.

Metals on Oxides
(Now on permanent staff at Volvo Research Labs)

2001

Ajo, Henry M.

Adsorption microcalorimetry of hydrocarbons on Pt(111)
(Now Postdoctoral Scientist at Analytical Development.)

2003

Jennifer Shumaker Parry
(and Nanotech)

Surface Plasmon Resonance Microscopy Studies of Protein – DNA Interactions (now an Associate Prof. at U. Utah)

2003

Ngo, Lien T.
(and Nanotech)

Catalysis and sintering studies of metal particles on oxides
(Now a postdoc in Ireland.)

2004

Diaz, Steven

Adsorption Microcalorimetry ofMetal Binding to Oxides
(now at Intel)

2005

Xu, Lijun

Theoretical Studies of Metal Nanoparticles on Oxides (co-advised with Hannes Jonsson) (Now at UVA as postdoc.)

2006

Stephen L. Tait, Jr. (Physics)

Chemical reactivity and sintering of Pd nanoparticles on MgO(100) and Al2O3(0001).
(Now an Assistant. Prof at indiana university)

2005

Jason Farmer

Adsorption calorimetry to probe metal nanoparticles.
His dissertation was selected as best dissertation from the University of Washington for 2010 from all areas of mathematics, physical sciences and engineering , and thus it was the University’s nominee for the Council of Graduate Schools Distinguished Dissertation Award (now at Intel)

2010

Wanda Lew

Direct measurements of energetics of molecules adsorbing on Pt(111) using single crystal microcalorimetry

2011

Jason Sellers

future

James Sharp

future

Eric Karp (Chemical Engineering)

future

Trent Silbaugh (Chemical Engr.)

future

Kristina Knesting (Co-Advised by D. Ginger

Won DOE Graduate Fellowship

future

Trevor James
future
James Lownsbury (Chemical Engineering)
future
Stephanie Hemmingson
future
Chris Wolcott
(Chemical Engineering)
future

M.S. STUDENTS SUPERVISED

Name

Thesis Topic

Date Degree Granted

Dalton, P.J.

Dehydrogenation Reactions and Ensemble Requirements on Bi/Pt(111)

1987

Madison, R.

Bismuth Coadsorption with Hydrocarbons on Pt(111)

1990

Davidson, J.

The Coadsorption of Cyclic Hydrocarbons and Cesium on Pt(111)

1991

Musgrove, Jana

Adsorption Microcalorimetry, M.S. in Chemistry

2000

Musgrove, Jana

Computer Interfacing to Calorimetry Apparatus, M.S. in Applied Physics

2002

Soren Pedersen

Metal nanoparticles supported on ceria: reactivity and STM studies

2006

Inge Mygind Jensen

Transient kinetic studies of elementary step kinetics in catalytic reactions for H2 production

2007

Lucas Cameron
(Chemical Engineering)

2008

Matthew Thibodaux
(Chemical Engineering)

incomplete

UNDERGRADUATE (and HIGH SCHOOL) STUDENTS SUPERVISED IN RESEARCH

Name

Major

Dates

Anthony Diaz

Chemistry (now a professor at Central Washington University)

1990

Jay Hong

Chemistry

1990

Eric Zimmerman

Electrical Engineering

1990

David Lyons

Architecture

1991

Dae Hwan Kim

Electrical Engineering

1992

Michele Mak

Chemical Engineering

1993

Arkan Kayihan

Chemical Engineering

1993

Angella McFadden

Chemical Engineering

1993

Amy Schumacher

Chemistry

1994

Adam Schaffer

Chemistry

1994

Cheryl Dee

Chemical Engineering

1994-5

A. Esposito

Chemistry

1995

Ann Grant

Chemistry

1995

Andrew Jamieson

Chemistry (MIT)

1996, 1997

Chris Brugos

Biochemistry

1996-1997

Robert Bowman

Chemical Engineering

1997

Sarah Lehto

Chemistry (Whitman College)

1998

Jaime Jimenez

Chemistry

1999

Brian Johnson

undecided

1999-2000

Carsten Stegelman

Physucs, Aalborg University Esbjerg, Denmark

summer 2000

Siobhan Quinn

Chemical Engineering

1999-2000

Aaron Lewis

Bioengineering

2000-present

Matthew Stavis

Chemistry (Oberlin Colege), NSF REU Awardee

2001

Matthew Gratt

Mercer Island High School (won 2nd place Washington State Research Science champion, 2003, based on work in my lab)

2001

Aaron Lewis

Bioengineering

2001-2

David Moilanen

Physics and Chemistry (Mary Gates Fellowship) Now a grad student at Stanford Univ., Chemistry Dept.

2002-

David Sunderland

Chemistry and Biochemistry

2002

Hsin-Pin Lin

Chemistry

2003

Gina Fridley

Lakeside High School

2003

Libby Heeb

Chemistry

2003-4

Paul Goetsch

Chemistry (full time summer 2005- went on to grad school)

2004-5

Lindsay Merte

Chemistry and Physics

2004

Lynell R. Skewis

Chemistry

2004-5

Kelly Stecker

Chemistry

2005-6

Caitlin Leverson

Roosevelt High School (got paid)

summer 2006

Griffin Channing

Chemistry

summer-fall, 2007

Alex Tanielian

Physics and Chemistry

2007-8

Han-Ching (Joyce) Chiu

Chemistry and Biochemistry

2007-8

Diane Lancaster

Chemistry (now inrad school, U. Wisconsin)

2008-9

Carolyn Schoenbaum
(Gates Fellowship)

Physics and Chemistry
(now in grad school, U. Colorado)

2008-9

Linda Youn

Biology and International Studies

2009-10

Chelsea Hess Chemistry
2009-10
Hunter Sismaet Chemistry
Eric Manley
(Carleton College)
Chemistry Summer 2010
Linda Youn Biology and International Studies 2009-10
Hunter Sismaet Chemistry 2010-11
Jennifer (Hyun Joo) Hwang Chemistry 2010-11
Evan Nelson Chemistry and Electrical Engineering double major 2011
Trevor Johnston Honors Biochemistry major (worked at the ISB with Lee Hood) 2011
Timothy Large Triple major: Physics, Match and Chemistry 2011-12
Amanda Newill Chemistry 2012
Aaron Azose; undeclared 2012

POST DOCTORATES SUPERVISED

Name

Dates

Mark Paffett

Ph.D. from Cal. Tech., now staff member at Los Alamos N. L.

1984‑85

Karen Daube

Ph.D. from M.I.T., now staff member at General Electric Res. Labs

1985‑86

Savaas Seimanides

PhD at Boston University, now in Greece

1987

Junji Nakamura

Japan, now an Assoc. Prof. at Tskuba University

1988‑89

Mark Bussell

Ph.D. from Berkeley, now a Prof. at Western Washington University

1990

Karl‑Heinz Ernst

PhD at Freie Uni. Berlin, Postdoctoral Fellowship from Deutsch Forschungs Gemeinaschaft (now staff member at EMPA, Switz.)

1990-91

Markus Hugenschmidt

PhD at Uni. Bonn, Feodor Lynen Fellowship of Alex. Von Humboldt Foundation (now with company in Munich, Germany)

1991-92

Audunn Ludviksson

Ph.D. from U.C. Santa Barbara; now at U. of New Mexico

1992-93

Ruiming Zhang

Ph.D. from Univ. of Illinois at Urbana

1992

Mark Newton

Ph.D. from Univ. Liverpool, England; now at Univ. Southampton

1993

Todd Stuckless

Ph.D. from U. Toronto, Canada; now Assist. Prof. at Univ. of British Columbia

1994-97

Dan Bald

Ph.D. from Princeton University now at Intel in Calif

1996-99

Victor Bondzie

Ph.D. in Physics, Univ. of Maine, now at UC Riverside (Pdoc)

1997-99

Jeffery Raney

Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering , U. Michigan (now an Engineer for Harris Group, Seattle, WA)

1998-2000

Huilin Zhou

Ph.D. in Chemistry, Stanford University (now on faculty of Pharmacy at UC San Diego)

1998-99

Jane H. Larsen

PhD in Physics, Technical University of Denmark (now Professor of Physics at the Technical Univ. of Denmark)

1999-00

Hyeran Ihm

PhD at U. Texas at Austin, TX (Mike White’s gp.)

2000-2003

Louis Nelen

PhD at U. Missouri, Columbia, MO

2000-01

Hadi Zareie

PhD in Bioengineering at Hacettepe U., Turkey

2001-2002

Maria Smedh

Ph.D. in Physics at Lund University, Sweden

2001-2003

Gibum Kim

PhD at Texas A&M University (Paul Cremer’s gp.)

2002-2005

Partho Bera

PhD at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India (M.S. Hegde’s gp.)

2003-5

Junfa Zhu

PhD at Uni. Of Science and Technology, Hefei, China
Prior postdoc at Uni. Erlanger, Germany (H-P. Steinrueck’s gp.)

2003-

Michael Gottfried

PhD at Freie University Berlin, Germany (Klaus Christmann gp.)
( Fyodor Lynnen Awardee / Alexander von Humboldt Foundation)

2003-4

Jonathan Harris

PhD at Cambridge University, England (Dave King’s group)

2004-

Simon Penner

PhD at University of Innsbruck, Austria (Konrad Hayek’s gp.)
(Postdoctoral Fellowship Awardee / Austrian Science Foundation)

2004-5

Victor M. Atuzar Aguilar

PhD at National Polytechnic Institute, Mexico City
(Fulbright Scholar).

2004-5

Ebbe Kruse Vestegaard

PhD at Aarhus Univ., Denmark (F. Besenbacker’s gp.)

2004-6

Nancy Ruzycki

PhD at Tulane Univ.

2005-6

Ole Lytken

PhD at Technical University of Denmark

2006-

Jack Baricuatro

PhD at Texas A&M

2006-

Yong Yang

Coadvised by Rob Disselkamp at PNNL

2006-8

Matthew C. Crowe

PhD at Univ. of Texas

2008-10

Yunxi Yao

PhD at Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (Bao’s group)

2009-10

Yong Yang

PhD at UC Santa Barbara

2009

Isabel X. Green

PhD at U. Virginia (John Yates’ group)

2012

VISITING SENIOR SCIENTISTS SUPERVISED

Name

Dates

Dr. Giuliano Moretti

(U. “La Sapienza”, Roma, Italy) – NATO Fellowship

1990

Teresa Evans

U. Manchester, PhD student under Geoff Thornton

1997

Karsten Stegelman

Aalborg University Esbjerg, Denmark

2000

Dr. Noah Shamir

Physics Dept., Nuclear Res. Center- Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel

2002-3

Prof. Ronald Imbihl

Physical Chemistry Department, Univ. Hannover, Germany

2002-3

Dr. Ricardo Chimentao

Rovira i Virgili University – Spain

2005-6

Dr. Swetlana Schauermann

Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society, Berlin, Germany

April-July, 2007

Fabian Bebensee

University of Erlangen, Germany (Michael Gottfried’s group)

June-Sept., 2007

Dr. Noah Shamir

Physics Dept., Nuclear Res. Center- Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel

2007-8

Elisabeth Zillner

University of Erlangen, Germany (Michael Gottfried’s group)

Jan. –May, 2008

Dr. Noah Shamir

Physics Dept., Nuclear Res. Center- Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel

2007-8

Prof. Michael Gottfried

Chemistry, Univ. Erlangen, Germany

summer 2008

Prof. Falko Netzer

Physics, Univ. Graz, Austria

summer 2008

Prof. Whikun Yi

Chemistry, Hanyang Univ., Seoul, Korea

2009-10

Prof. Vladimir Matolin

Physics Dept., Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

summer 2008, 2009

Javier Giorgi

Chemistry Dept., University of Ottowa, Canada

sabbatical 2012

Dr. Daniel Mazur

Surface Physics Lab, Charles University of Prague, Czech Rep.

summer 2012

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