Department of Chemistry

Dalton Research Group  

 

 
Jocelyn Takayesu
  • 4th year graduate student in Chemistry at the University of Washington
  • BS in Chemistry and Math from the University of Puget Sound
  • Research interests: device fabrication, characterization, polymer engineering
  • Current projects: microring resonators with EO material cladding, electrospun nanofibers as sacrificial masks, chromophore alignment via electrospinning, two-photon absorptive chromophore synthesis, building of simple reflection and second harmonic generation instruments
  • Special interests: Karate, foreign language and culture, dance, cuisine

Publications:

Takayesu, J.; Rousslang, K. “Analysis of 2-Aminopurine Using Steady-state and Time-resolved Phosphorescence Spectroscopy.” Book of Abstracts, 222nd ACS National Meeting, Orlando, FL, April, 2002.

Takayesu, J.; Rousslang, K. “Analysis of 2-Aminopurine Using Steady-state and Time-resolved Phosphorescence Spectroscopy.” Book of Abstracts, 223nd ACS National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March, 2003.

 
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