Materials Chemistry Faculty
These faculty have primary appointments in the Chemistry Department.
- Professor of Chemistry
Professor of Chemical Engineering
- 462 Hutchinson Hall
Interests: Polymer electronics; optoelectronic devices; light-emitting diodes; thin-film transistors; photodetectors; xerographic photoreceptors; biological sensors; electrooptic modulators
Cluster Affiliated Faculty
Faculty in the Clusters have primary appointments in other departments but can mentor Chemistry graduate students.
- Professor of Dermatology
Professor of Biomedical Engineering
Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics
Professor of the Institute for Optics
- firstname.lastname@example.org | (585) 275-9805
- 5-6141A MC
Interests: Developing new strategies for the sequence-selective recognition of RNA, and using the optical properties of nanostructured materials for the production of novel biosensors
- Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering
- email@example.com | (585) 276-7331
- 4509 Wegmans Hall
Interests: Interests: Developing new multimetallic nanomaterials for sustainable energy, green chemistry, and biomedical applications, and understanding what materials properties drive functionality
- Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering
Scientist, Laboratory for Laser Energetics
- firstname.lastname@example.org | (585) 276-5434
- 4507 Wegmans Hall
Interests: Surface Chemistry; Organic Chemistry; Surface Patterning; Nanostructured Materials; Interfacial Thermodynamics
Research professors do not accept graduate students, but have active research programs within the department.
Emeritus faculty no longer teach courses or graduate students, but many are still active contributors to the intellectual life of the department, serving as co-advisors, mentors, and running research programs.
- Tracy H. Harris Professor of Chemistry, Emeritus
- email@example.com | (585) 733-2914
Interests: Synthesis, structure, reaction chemistry and applications of inorganic and organometallic systems; metal complex photochemistry; molecular, semiconductor and hybrid systems for light-to-chemical energy conversion; parahydrogen induced polarization; sustainability and the hydrogen economy.
- Emeritus Professor of Chemical Engineering
- firstname.lastname@example.org | (585) 275-3552
- 4009 Wegmans Hall
Interests: Organic Electronics; Thin-Film Devices; Display Technology; Organic Light Emitting Diodes; Organic Solar Cells; II-VI Semiconductors; CdTe Solar Cells; Thin-Film Deposition & Characterization