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.

In the News

June 2019 The U.S. Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office awards Prof. Gamelin funding to develop quantum-cutting Yb3+-doped perovskites for next-generation solar technologies.
(UW News)

April 2019 Marrying Two Types of Solar Cells Draws More Power from the Sun.
(Science)

September 2017 The search for secret ingredients: UW gets grant to invent new materials that could power the next big technology
(Seattle Times)

September 2017 UW to host $15.6M NSF-funded center for innovation, education in materials science
(UW News)

October 2016 Shining a Light on Quantum Dot Redox Chemistry
(JACS Spotlights)

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