Gamelin Research Group

Department of Chemistry, University of Washington

Development and Characterization of New Inorganic Materials
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The Gamelin group is a research group in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Washington. Our research targets the development and physical characterization of new functional inorganic materials with unusual electronic structures that give rise to desirable photophysical, photochemical, chemical, electronic, magnetic, or magneto-optical properties.

Group Updates

June 2022 Julie, Claire, and Luis join the lab for the summer as REU researchers! Welcome to the group everyone!

June 2022 Kelly Walsh passes her General Exam. Congrats on candidcacy Kelly!

June 2022 Matthew Chang, Thom Snoeren, and Rachel Tenney all receive the Clean Energy Institute's Graduate Fellowship for 2022-2023!

June 2022 Kyle Kluherz passes his General Exam. Congrats on candidacy Kyle!

May 2022 Dr. Samantha Harvey has been awarded the Intelligence Community (IC) Postdoctoral Research Fellowship. Congratulations Sam!

March 2022 Congratulations to Dr. Ted Cohen and Dr. Tyler Milstein on successfully defending their theses!

March 2022 Congratulations to Laura Jacoby on receiving Spring Quarter funding from the Data Intensive Research Enabling Clean Technology (DIRECT) program!

March 2022 Congratulations to Eden Tzanetopoulos on receiving an honorable mention on her NSF-GRFP application!

February 2022 Matthew Chang, Jacob Baillie, and Eden Tzanetopoulos all pass their 2nd-year exams!

December 2021 First-year graduate students Thom Snoeren and Rachel Tenney join the group. Welcome!


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