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Professor Michael R. Wasielewski

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Michael R. Wasielewski

Michael R. Wasielewski is the Clare Hamilton Hall Professor of Chemistry, Northwestern University, Executive Director of the Institute for Sustainability and Energy at Northwestern, Director of the Argonne-Northwestern Solar Energy Research Center, a US-DOE Energy Frontier Research Center, and Executive Director of the Solar Fuels Institute, a global consortium of energy research centers.

He received his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago and was a postdoctoral fellow at Columbia University. He began his career at Argonne National Laboratory, where he advanced to Senior Scientist and Group Leader.  In 1994, he joined the faculty of Northwestern University. From 2001-2004 he served as Chair of the Department of Chemistry at Northwestern. His research has resulted in over 650 publications and focuses on light-driven processes in molecules and materials, artificial photosynthesis, molecular electronics, and molecular spintronics.

His recent honors and awards include membership in the American Academy of Arts and Sciences; the Chemical Pioneer Award of the American Institute of Chemists; the Honda-Fujishima Award of the Japanese Photochemistry Association; the Royal Society of Chemistry Environment Prize; the Humboldt Research Award; the Arthur C. Cope Scholar Award of the American Chemical Society; the Porter Medal for Photochemistry; and the James Flack Norris Award in Physical Organic Chemistry of the American Chemical Society.

Research Professors & Associates
Matthew Krzyaniak

Research Associate

EPR Specialist

Matthew D. Krzyaniak is an Electron Paramagnetic Resonance(EPR) specialist in Michael Wasielewski’s lab. His research interests include the application of EPR to the field of quantum information science, and the spin dynamics of radical and triplet pairs for use in solar energy.

He obtained his B.S. in Chemistry at the University of Michigan, Dearborn in 2005. While there he was involved in undergraduate research, in Dr. Yiwei Deng’s Laboratory, optimizing separation procedures for capillary zone electrophoresis. He continued his studies at Michigan State University in the group of John McCracken and received his Ph.D. in 2010. At MSU he utilized advanced Electron Paramagnetic Resonance spectroscopic techniques to characterize the active site of metallo-enzymes. Following graduation he joined the group of Michael K. Bowman at The University of Alabama as a Postdoctoral Fellow and continued to master EPR spectroscopy by studying the spin relaxation of radicals and radical intermediates trapped within proteins. From there he joined Michael R. Wasielewski’s group at Northwestern University as a Research Associate in 2013. In addition to performing research, he maintains Michael Wasielewski’s EPR lab, coordinates EPR collaborations, and helps to mentor graduate students.

 

LEAP Center
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1038
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: mdkrzyaniak@northwestern.edu
Office: 847-467-1896

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Nathan La Porte

Director of Operations for LEAP Center

Nathan grew up in Washington, DC before attending Swarthmore College as an undergraduate. There, he did research with Prof. Tom Stephenson on collision-induced electronic energy transfer in Br2 gas, graduating in 2008. After graduation he spent a short time working in the pharmaceutical industry before returning to academia in 2010 to do his PhD with Prof. Michael Hopkins at the University of Chicago, where he worked on artificial photosynthetic systems, specifically the photocatalysis of the reverse water-gas shift reaction. In 2015, he joined the Wasielewski group, where he works on electron transfer reactions involving radical anion chromophores. When he isn’t at work, he can be found playing with his two children Cyrus and Felix, working in his garden, or building something in his basement.

LEAP Center
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 2025
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: nlaporte@northwestern.edu
Office: 847-467-5595

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Ryan Young

Research Professor at Northwestern University, Chemistry 

Director of Laboratory Research at Institute for Sustainability and Energy (ISEN) 

Ryan M. Young obtained his B.S. in Chemistry at the University of California, Los Angeles in 2006. He then studied anion dynamics using time-resolved photoelectron imaging at the University of California, Berkeley in the group of Daniel Neumark, receiving his Ph.D. in 2011. From there, he joined Michael Wasielewki’s group at Northwestern University as a Camille and Henry Dreyfus Environmental Chemistry Postdoctoral Fellow. Ryan directs research activities within the ISEN lab, ensuring a safe, productive, and collaborative research environment. 

 

ISEN
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1015/Tech J425
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: ryan.young@northwestern.edu
Office: 847-467-5832

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Postdocs

Clark Chen

Postdoc

Information coming soon! 

Department of Chemistry

Northwestern University, Tech J435

2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208

Email: zc@northwestern.edu

Office: 847-467-5595

Paul Sanstead

Postdoc

Paul grew up in Bloomington, Minnesota and graduated with a degree in Chemistry from Iona College in New Rochelle, New York. He did his graduate work with Andrei Tokmakoff at the University of Chicago where he used transient temperature-jump nonlinear infrared spectroscopy to study the structural dynamics of DNA. His research in the Wasielewski group focuses on the development of systems for transducing entanglement between photons and electron spins.

ISEN
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1030
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: paul.sanstead@northwestern.edu
Office: 847-467-6696

Itai Schlesinger

Postdoc

Itai joined the Wasielewski group in August 2018 and joins us from the Physics department at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, where he studied under Prof. Uri Sivan. His work focuses on increasing the spatial resolution of pump-probe measurements by combining optical microscopy and atomic force microscopy with the ultrafast optical setup, as well as investigating charge transport properties of organic donor/acceptor crystals.

LEAP Center
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1030
2145 Sheridan Road
Evanston, IL 60208
Email: itaischles@northwestern.edu
Office: 847-467-6696
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Nikolai Tcyrulnikov

Postdoc

Nikolai joined the group in September 2019 after completing his graduate studies at the Center for Photochemical Sciences in Bowling Green State University.

His PhD research under supervision of prof. R. Marshall Wilson was focused on the synthesis, experimental and computational investigation of various pyridinium salts with potential applications varying from DNA damage to molecular electronics.

In Wasielewski group, Nikolai is working on the synthesis of organic donor-acceptor systems for application in Quantum Information Science.

ISEN
Northwestern University, Tech J335
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: nikolai.tcyrulnikov@northwestern.edu
Office: 847-467-7700

 

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Yunfan "Frank" Qiu

Postdoc

Yunfan “Frank” Qiu was born in Wuxi, China. He received his B.Sc. degree at Nanjing

University, where he worked on synthesizing and characterizing cationic diradicaloids with

Prof. Xinping Wang. He then moved to Iowa State University and obtained his PhD under the supervisor of Prof Arthur H. Winter. His doctoral dissertation was on understanding reactive intermediates by spectroscopic properties, spin configurations and reactivities. He joined Wasielewski group in July, 2020. His research focus on exploiting EPR and ultrafast spectroscopies to bridge quantum information science with physical organic chemistry.

ISEN
Northwestern University, Office TBD
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: yunfan.qiu@northwestern.edu
Office: TBD

Xingang Zhao

Postdoc

Xingang was born and grew up in Handan, Hebei province, China. Xingang did his undergraduate study at Hebei University of Technology in Tianjin, China and obtained his master degree in Institute of Petrochemistry, Heilongjiang Academy of Sciences with Prof. Chao Wang in Harbin, China. He  pursued his PhD in Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ICCAS) with Prof. Xiaowei Zhan. After worked with Prof. Fred Wudl at University of California, Santa Barbara and with Prof. Howard E. Katz at Johns Hopkins University as a Postdoc, he joined Wasielewski group in May, 2017. His research focus on the design and synthesis of new materials based largely on self-assembling singlet fission materials for solar cells.

ISEN
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1031
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: xingang.zhao@northwestern.edu
Office: 847-467-5595

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Robert Jacobberger

Robert completed his graduate work at the University of Wisconsin-Madison with Prof. Michael Arnold, where he investigated the synthesis and charge transport properties of graphene nanoribbons for semiconductor electronics and the directed self-assembly of block copolymers for nanofabrication at sub-10 nm dimensions. He joined the Wasielewski group in August 2020, where he is studying spin dynamics in solid-state organic materials for applications in quantum information science.

ISEN

Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1030
2145 Sheridan Road
Evanston, IL 60208
Email: jacobberger@northwestern.edu
Office: 847-467-6696

 

Undergraduates
Daniel Abia

danielabia2019@u.northwestern.edu

B.S. in Chemistry & Global Health,  Northwestern University, June 2019

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Colin Tichvon

colintichvon2021@u.northwestern.edu

B.S./M.S. in Chemistry

Northwestern University

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Makenna Pennel

makenna.pennel@northwestern.edu

B.S. in Chemistry

Northwestern University

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Graduate Students

Joaquin Alzola

Graduate Student

Joaquin was born in Durham, North Carolina, and shortly after moved to Vienna, Virginia where he grew up.  He completed his undergraduate degree at Cornell University, where he worked under Prof. Will Dichtel developing the synthesis of polyheterohalogenated building blocks for functionalized graphene. He then came to Northwestern in the Fall of 2016, where he joined the Wasielewski group as a co-advised student with Prof. Tobin Marks. His work in the Wasielewski group involves the synthesis and photophysical studies of nonfullerene acceptors for organic photovoltaics.

 

Department of Chemistry 
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1030
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: JoaquinAlzola2021@u.northwestern.edu
Office: 847-467-6696

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Youn Jue (Eunice) Bae

Graduate Student

Eunice was born in Seoul, Korea and completed her undergraduate studies at the University of California, Berkeley under the supervision of Profs. Wendy Queen and Stephene Leone. She joined the Wasielewski research group in July of 2016, where she studies singlet fission in anthracene derivatives using visible and mid-IR transient absorption, femtosecond stimulated raman spectroscopy and electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy

Department of Chemistry 
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1032
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: YounjueBae2021@u.northwestern.edu
Office: 847-467-4947

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Laura Bancroft

Graduate Student

Laura was born in Falmouth, MA and graduated from Wellesley College with her B.A. in Chemistry.  While at Wellesley, she completed an honors thesis under Professor David Haines for organic synthesis of non-native ligands for type II diabetes research.  After Wellesley, Laura came to Northwestern University and joined the Wasielewski group in 2017.  Her research now focuses on electron spin teleportation using electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy.  Additionally, her work spans to other quantum information science-related projects such as testing the viability of organic qubits.  Laura also enjoys gardening on her back porch, cooking and baking wonderfully complicated things, and spending time with her leopard gecko Jade.

Department of Chemistry 
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1031
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: LauraBancroft2022@u.northwestern.edu
Office: 847-467-4944

 

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Jillian Bradley

Graduate Student

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Department of Chemistry 
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 2022
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: jillianbradley2023@u.northwestern.edu
Office: 847-491-4420

 

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Paige Brown

Graduate Student

Paige grew up in Lancaster, PA and attended Bowdoin College for her undergraduate degree. At Bowdoin she received a B.A. in Chemistry and completed a thesis under Professor Kana Takematsu studying excited state proton transfer in aminonaphthols. She then came to Northwestern in the Summer of 2019 and joined the Wasielewski group. Her research focuses on generating entangled photons and measuring quantum transduction between photons and Donor-Chromophore-Acceptor molecules. 

Department of Chemistry 
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1031
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: paigebrown2024@u.northwestern.edu
Office: 847-467-4944

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Michelle Chen

Graduate Student

Michelle grew up in Woodbury, NY and graduated from Dartmouth College as a chemistry and economics double major. During her undergraduate career, she worked with Dr. James R. Gaier at NASA Glenn Research Center (2013) and Dr. Matt Eisaman at Brookhaven National Lab (2014). At Dartmouth, she completed her honors thesis under Professor Jane Lipson. Michelle joined the Wasielewski group in July of 2015; she synthesizes and characterizes singlet fission chromophores and studies their photophysical properties in solution and film.

Department of Chemistry
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1030
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: MichelleChen2015@u.northwestern.edu
Office: 847-467-6696

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Su Chen

Graduate Student

Su was born in Shexian County in Anhui, China. Su did his undergraduate study in South University of Science and Technology of China (SUSTC a.k.a. Sustech) in Shenzhen, China with his  thesis advisor was Prof. Xinyuan Liu. He joined Wasielewski research group in the winter of 2016, where he synthesizes electron donor-acceptor molecules which can self-assemble into charge conduits to harvest solar energy. He loves photography, and does photoshoots in his spare time.

Department of Chemistry 
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1031
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: SuChen2021@u.northwestern.edu
Office: 847-467-4944

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Adam Coleman

Graduate Student

Adam grew up in the Chicagoland area. He attended the University of Chicago for undergrad, where he studied under Prof. Yossi Weismann.  He began in the Wasielewski research group in November 2015, where he studies synthesis and photophysical characterization of redox active chromophores.

Department of Chemistry
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1027
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: adam.coleman@northwestern.edu
Office: 847-491-4855

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Samantha Harvey

Graduate Student

Sam grew up in Granger, Indiana. She earned a B.S. in chemistry from Indiana University. During her undergraduate career she worked in the lab of Prof. Sara Skrabalak on the synthesis of Au/Pd nanostructures by the process of seed-mediated co-reduction. In addition she spent a summer doing an REU in the lab of Prof. Cathy Murphy at UIUC using a statistical method to better understand Au nanorod synthesis. Sam joined the Wasielewski and Schaller going in 2016 and has been working on studying semiconductor nanocrystals using femtosecond stimulated Raman spectroscopy and building a time-resolved Faraday rotation setup to study spin coherence in hybrid quantum dot-organic structures. Outside of lab, Sam enjoys reading, gaming, baking, and playing piano. 

Department of Chemistry 
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1033
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: SamanthaHarvey2021@u.northwestern.edu
Office: 847-467-4948

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Oscar Huang

Graduate Student

Oscar was born in Shenzhen, China and attended Haverford College for his undergraduate degree in chemistry. He studied exploratory synthesis of organic-inorganic hybrid materials assisted by machine learning under the supervision of Professors Alexander Norquist and Joshua Schrier. He then joined the Wasielewski group in fall 2019. His research here focuses on studying spin dynamics of materials using electron paramagnetic resonance, and connecting the exotic quantum mechanical properties of materials to potential applications in quantum information science (QIS).

Department of Chemistry 
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1026
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: YuhengHuang2024@u.northwestern.edu
Office: 847-491-4855

 

Jeremy Fisher

Graduate Student

Jeremy grew up in Newton, MA and graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a major in chemistry and minors in biology and creative writing. During his undergraduate studies he did organic synthesis to develop novel polymers in the lab of Prof. Jonathan Barnes. Jeremy joined the Wasielewski group in the fall of 2018 where he is studying the role of quantum coherence in electron transfer for multi pathway donor-acceptor systems.

Department of Chemistry
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 2022
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: jeremyfisher2023@northwestern.edu
Office: 847-491-4420

Leanna Kantt

Graduate Student

Leanna is from Medford, MA and graduated with a BS in Chemistry from Guilford College in Greensboro, NC in May 2019. She completed her undergraduate honors thesis on developing a method for understanding structured fluids using Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) in conjunction with Dr. Malcolm Forbes from the Center for Photochemical Sciences at Bowling Green State University after a summer internship with his group in 2018. Leanna joined the Wasielewski group in the summer of 2019 and is working on developing pulse shaping techniques for EPR to be used for quantum computing applications.

Department of Chemistry 
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1031

2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: leannakantt2023@u.northwestern.edu
Office: 847-467-4944

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Chenjian Lin

Graduate Student

Chenjian completed his studies at Peking University, studying under Prof. Chunhui Huang, before joining the Wasielewski research group at Northwestern.

Department of Chemistry
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1033
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email:

ChenjianLin2023@u.northwestern.edu
Office: 847-467-4948

 

Emmaline Lorenzo

Graduate Student

Emmaline grew up in Leawood, Kansas. She attended the University of Kansas, and earned a B.S. in chemistry and minors in mathematics and philosophy. At KU, she completed her undergraduate honors thesis with Professor Chris Elles, using two-photon excitation to study photocaged molecules. Emmaline joined the Wasielewski group in the fall of 2018, where she studies charge transfer and spin dynamics in spin qubit pairs in DNA hairpins, utilizing ultrafast optical spectroscopy and EPR.

Department of Chemistry  Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1027 2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208 Email: EmmalineLorenzo2023@u.northwestern.edu Office: 847-491-4855

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Haochuan Mao

Graduate Student

Haochuan was born and grew up in Hangzhou, China. As he turned 18, unlike most of his high school classmates who continued staying in Hangzhou, he was tired of that city and went to Nanjing, where completed his undergraduate education in chemistry at Nanjing University in 2017. His research in college involves investigating the static spin state of some boron-centered and nitroxyl radicals under the supervision of Prof. Xinping Wang. Unsured about how working in a foreign country was like, he did a two-month research internship in the summer of 2015 at the Universty of Sydney working on Open Source Malaria with Prof. Matthew Todd and felt great. He likes spin, EPR and quantum mechanics, so he joined the Wasielewski group in 2017 and has been working to learn more about the dynamics of spin like teleportation and polarization.

Department of Chemistry
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1027
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: HaochuanMao2022@u.northwestern.edu
Office: 847-491-4855

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Michele Myong

Graduate Student

Michele was raised in the suburbs of Dallas, TX. She obtained her BA in chemistry at Columbia University in 2016, where she worked in the research group of Professor Jonathan Owen. Soon after graduating, she joined the Wasielewski group in 2016 and works in the self-assembly subgroup. Michele enjoys reading, playing the piano, and eating.

Department of Chemistry 
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 2022
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: MicheleMyong2016@u.northwestern.edu
Office: 847-491-4420

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James O'Connor

Graduate Student

James O’Connor grew up in Miami, FL before attending the University of Texas at Austin to major in Chemistry. Working under the labs of both Eric Anslyn and John Markert, James performed both novel organic synthesis on chiral compounds and nuclear magnetic resonance force microscopy respectively before graduating in early 2019 with a Bachelor of Science. James then later that year joined the Wasielewski group where he now studies Two-Dimensional Electronic Spectroscopy.

Department of Chemistry 
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1032
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
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Office: 847-467-4947

Yue Qi

Graduate Student

Yue was born and brought up in Guiyang, a beautiful city in the southwestern part of China, and, deciding it wasn’t cold and snowy enough, moved to Beijing to get her B.S. in Chemistry. While at Peking University, her research mainly focused on the design and synthesis of inorganic energy-storage materials. After graduating in 2017, and again, deciding Beijing wasn’t cold and snowy enough either, she moved oversea to Chicago area and joined the Van Duyne group at Northwestern University. There, her research interest shifted to investigating plasmon-driven reactions using Surface-Enhanced Raman spectroscopy. Yue moved to the Wasielewski group in the summer of 2019, excited about studying a broader scope of reaction dynamics using ultrafast spectroscopies. Yue’s hobbies outside of lab? You can tell from her profile picture.

Department of Chemistry 
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1032
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: yueqi2017@u.northwestern.edu
Office: 847-467-4947

Carolyn Ramirez

Graduate Student

Carolyn attended the University of Texas at Austin for her undergraduate studies where she earned a B.S. in Chemical Engineering in 2017. She conducted research in Professor Brian Korgel’s lab where she worked on perovskite photovoltaics, two-dimensional silicon synthesis, and lithium ion battery anode materials. She is now working on her Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering here in the Wasielewski group researching the use of singlet fission organic chromophores in photovoltaic devices. Outside of lab, Carolyn enjoys live music, Texas football, and almost all foods.

 

Department of Chemistry 
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1030
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: carolynramirez2022@u.northwestern.edu
Office: 847-467-6696

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Natalia Powers-Riggs

May 2016

nataliapowersriggs2015[at]u.northwestern.edu

Ph.D. Student, Northwestern University, 2015-present

B.A. Chemistry and East Asian Studies, Wesleyan University, 2013

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Jon Schultz

Graduate Student

Jon grew up in Stevens Point, WI, and attended the University of Minnesota Twin Cities where he worked with Professors R. Lee Penn and Renee R. Frontiera on problems ranging from groundwater remediation to improving the sensitivity of ultrafast Raman spectroscopy. During the summer of 2015, he worked with Professor Benjamin J. Lear on the photothermal effect at the Pennsylvania State University through the NSF REU research program. Jon received his bachelor’s degrees in chemical engineering and chemistry from UMTC in the spring of 2017 and began pursuing his Ph.D. in physical chemistry at Northwestern University in the fall. As a joint student in the Wasielewski and Ratner groups, his research concerns fundamental quantum phenomena that facilitate efficient energy and electron transfer in organic photovoltaic systems.

Department of Chemistry
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1032
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email: JonathanSchultz2022@u.northwestern.edu
Office: 847-467-4947

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Fangbai Xie

Graduate Student

Fangbai Xie was born and grew up in Wuhan, China. When he was in high school, he decided to study for Chemistry Olympiad and finally got a chance to participate in 46th International Chemistry Olympiad and won silver medal. That became the reason why he decided to studied for chemistry in Peking University in China from 2014. In Peking Univerity, he join in the Prof. Jian Pei’s research group and participated in the research about organic radicals and semiconductors. In the third summer of his undergraduate period, he did a summer research on supramolecular chemistry in Prof. Stoddart’s Group in Northwestern University and found that he is more interested in ESR and spintronics. That’s why he decided to choose Prof. Wasielewski’s group in 2018 for his graduate program. He would like to learn more about quantum computing and EPR/fsTA techniques to become a better researcher.

Department of Chemistry
Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 1027
2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Email:

fangbaixie2023@u.northwestern.edu


Office: 847-491-4855

 

Malik Williams

Graduate Student

Malik Williams graduated from Duke University with a B.A. in Chemistry and a minor in Japanese Literature.

Department of Chemistry

Northwestern University, Ryan Hall 2022

2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208

Email: MalikWilliams2019@u.northwestern.edu

Office: 847-467-4947

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