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Greg Phelan

Curriculum Vitae

BS Chemical Engineering - University of Rochester

MS Physical Chemistry - Emphasis in Polymers - State University of New York at Albany (SUNYA) 1998MS University of Washington - Analytical Chemistry

MEd University of Washington - Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Teaching and Learning

PhD University of Washington - Chemistry - Materials Focus

Research Focus - Analysis and synthesis of electroactive and luminescent materials. Transition Metal Chemistry, Lanthanide Metal Chemistry, Design, Fabrication, and Characterization of nanoscale electronic devices.

Special Interests - Chemistry Education, Entrepreneurship

PATENTS/DISCLOSURES
“ Lanthanide Complexes for use as Temperature Sensing Materials” submitted to the University of Washington Office of Technology Transfer, June 2001

“ Hyperpolarizable organic chromophores” submitted to the University of Washington Office of Technology Transfer, 2001, US, WO, EP, JP Patents pending

“ Osmium complexes and related organic light-emitting devices” submitted to the University of Washington Office of Technology Transfer, June 2002, submitted to USPTO June 2003, US patent pending

“ Increased efficiency in organic light emitting devices” submitted to the University of Washington Office of Technology Transfer, 2003

“ Tunable emission from osmium complexes for use in organic light emitting technology” submitted to the University of Washington Office of Technology Transfer, 2003

“ Highly active 2nd order non-linear chromophores based on 2,2’-bi{3,4-dihydro-2H-thieno[3,4-b][1,4]dioxepine} bridges” submitted to the University of Washington Office of Technology Transfer, 2004

“ Corrosion Sensors” submitted to the University of Washington Office of Technology Transfer, 2004

“ Polymeric based sensor paints containing metal complexes” submitted to the University of Washington Office of Technology Transfer, 2004

“ Metal based luminescent materials” submitted to the University of Washington Office of Technology Transfer, 2005

“ Luminescent metal complexes” submitted to the University of Washington Office of Technology Transfer, 2005

“ Metal based Near-Infrared emitters” submitted to the University of Washington Office of Technology Transfer, 2005

“ Polymeric host materials for use in Organic Light Emitting Devices” submitted to the University of Washington Office of Technology Transfer, 2005

PUBLICATIONS

Dalton, L., Steier, W., Robinson, B., Zhang, B., Ren, A., Garner, S., Chen, A., Londergan, T., Irwin, L., Carlson, B., Fifield, L., Phelan, G. D., Kincaid, C., Amend, J., Jen, A. K.-Y., J. Chem. Mater., 9, 1905-21, 1999.

Huang, D., Jiang, X., Phelan, G. D., Londergan, T., Jen, A., Dalton, L., Polymeric Materials and Science Engineering Preprints, 83, 266-267, 2000.

Jiang, X., Jen, A. K.-Y., Huang, D., Phelan, G. D., Londergan, T., Dalton, L., Synthetic Metals, 125, 331 - 336, 2002.

Jiang, X., Phelan, G. D., Carlson, B., Liu, S., Dalton, L., Jen, A. K-Y., Macromolecular Symposia (2002), 186(IUPAC 9th International Symposium on Macromolecule-Metal Complexes, 2001), 171-176, 2002.

Phelan, G. D., Jiang, X., Huang, D., Londergan, T., Jen, A. K.-Y., Dalton, L., Thin Solid Films, 416(1-2), 212-217, 2002.

Phelan, G. D., Jiang, X., Carlson, B., Purvis, L. J., II, Jen, A. K-Y., Dalton, L. R., Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering, 86, 208-209, 2002.

Phelan, G. D., Carlson, B., Dalton, L., Jiang, X., Jen, A. K. Y., Polymer Preprints, 43(2), 580-581, 2002.

Phelan, G. D., Carlson, B., Jiang, X., Jen, A. K. Y., Dalton, L. R., Proc. of SPIE Nat. Meeting, 4809(Nanoscale Optics and Applications), 179-189, 2002.

Carlson B., Phelan G. D, Kaminsky W., Dalton L., Jiang X., Liu S., Jen A. K-Y, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 124(47), 14162-72, 2002.

Phelan, G. D., Carlson, B., Jiang, X., Jen, A. K. Y., Dalton, L. R., Proc. of SPIE Nat. Meeting, 4800(Organic Light-Emitting Materials and Devices VI), 105-114, 2003.

Carlson, B., Phelan, G. D., Jiang, X., Kaminsky, W., Jen, A. K. Y., Dalton, L. R., Proc. of SPIE-The International Society for Optical Engineering, 4800(Organic Light-Emitting Materials and Devices VI), 93-104, 2003.

Zelelow, B., Khalil, G., Phelan, G. D., Carlson, B., Gouterman, M., Callis, J., Dalton, L., Sensor and Actuators, 96, 304-314, 2003.

Carlson, B., Phelan, G. D., Kim, J. H., Jen, A. K. -Y., Dalton, L., Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, 771(Organic and Polymeric Materials and Devices), 363-368, 2003.

Khalil, G., Lau, K., Phelan, G. D., Carlson, B., Gouterman, M., Callis, J. B., Dalton, L. R., Review of Scientific Instruments, 75(1), 192-206, 2004.

Phelan, G. D., Carlson, B., Lawson, R., Purvis, L., Allen, K., Rowe, D., Jiang, X., Jen, A. K. Y., Dalton, L. R., Proc. of SPIE Nat. Meeting, 5214(Organic Light Emitting Materials and Devices VII), 337 - 347, 2004.

Carlson, B., Phelan, G. D., Kim, J. H., Jen, A. K. Y., Dalton, L. R., Proc. of SPIE Nat. Meet. 5214(Organic Light Emitting Materials and Devices VII), 328 - 336, 2004.

Carlson, B., Phelan, G. D., Benedict, J., Kaminsky, W., Dalton, L., Inorganica Chimica Acta, 357(13), 3967 - 3974, 2004.

Jiang, X., Phelan, G. D., Carlson, W., Jen, A. K.-Y., Dalton, L, Synthetic Metals (submitted)

“ The design, syntheses, and characterization of divalent osmium complexes. Luminescence properties, crystallography, structure properties, and novel pressure sensitive paints with a fluoroacrylic polymer.” Carlson, B., Phelan, G. D., Benedict, J., Kaminsky, W., Khalil, G., Gouterman, M., Dalton, L., (Submitted)

 

PRESENTATIONS

American Chemical Society National Meeting, “Synthesis and characterization of europium complexes consisting of â-diketones of phenanthrene and pyridine” Division o fInorganic Chemistry, San Diego, 2005.

American Chemical Society National Meeting, “Implementation of a Personal Response Unit into the chemistry curriculum” Division of Chemical Education, San Diego, 2005.

Smart Coatings Meeting - 2005, “Pressure Sensing Paints Based on Fluoroacrylic Polymers Doped with Phosphorescent Divalent Osmium Complexes” Orlando, 2005.

American Chemical Society National Meeting, “Possible structural evidence for participation of phosphine (3d) and osmium (5d) orbital backbonding” Division of Inorganic Chemistry, Philadelphia, 2004.

American Chemical Society National Meeting, “Tunable emission in divalent osmium (II) complexes” Division of Inorganic Chemistry, New York, 2003.

American Chemical Society National Meeting, “Increased Efficiency in organic light emitting devices” Division of Inorganic Chemistry, New York, 2003.

Washington State Junior Science Competition, “The future of light looks bright” Seattle Pacific University, 2003.

Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, “Early Organic in a Quarter System”, Bellingham, WA, 2002.

SPIE National Meeting, “Organic light emitting diodes incorporating nanometer thick films of europium cored complexes” Nanoscale Optics and Applications, 2002.

SPIE National Meeting, “Organic light-emitting diodes containing fluorinated asymmetrical europium cored beta-diketone complexes”, Organic Light Emitting Materials and Devices VI, Seattle, 2002.

NORM Annual Meeting, “Synthesis and design of lanthanide cored complexes for use in organic light emitting diodes” June 2002.

University of Washington, “Nanoscale luminescent emission” Nanotechnology Seminar Series, Seattle, 2000.

TEACHING and RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
2000 - Present: Assistant Professor, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, WA
2004 - Present: Affiliate Professor, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
2002 - Present: Science Consultant, The Villa Academy, Seattle, WA
2001 - 2003: National Science Foundation “GK-12 Fellow”, Seattle, WA
2000: Instructor, North Seattle Community College, Seattle, WA
1999 - 2001: Instructor, Bellevue Community College, Bellevue, WA
1999 : Instructor, Green River Community College, Auburn, WA
1998 - 2001: Teaching Assistant, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
1997 -1998: University Facilitator, University of Albany, Albany, NY
1996 - 1998: Teaching Assistant, University at Albany, Albany, NY
1992 - 1994: Teaching Assistant, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY

 

 
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