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Kenneth Balkus
Professor-Chemistry Department
Office MailstopMail Box: BE26, Room No.: BE 2.502 
Email Address  balkus@utdallas.edu    Primary Phone Number 972-883-2659    URL UTD Webpage   URL Balkus Lab Homepage    Media Contact
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Heard, Linda L
 Professional Preparation
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 DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
 Postdoctoral Associate University of Pennsylvania1986-88
 Ph.D.Inorganic ChemistryUniversity of Florida1986
 B.S.ChemistryWorcester Polytechnic Institute1982
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Research Description
Most of the research in our lab involves nanoporous metal oxides, which includes zeolites and related molecular sieves as well as layered materials. Projects include the preparation, modification and application of molecular sieves in areas ranging from catalysis to chemical sensors. Zeolite supported catalysts and host/guest materials include immobilized enzymes. Pulsed laser deposition and electrostatic deposition are used to prepare molecular sieve films and fibers respectively as part of an effort in membranes for gas separation, photovoltaics, fuel cells, and drug delivery.
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  YearPublication  Type
forthcoming
Losilla, J.; Ratanatawanate, C.; Balkus, Jr., K.J. “TiO2 Nanotube films via Pulsed laser Deposition” J. Exp. Nanosci. In Press.
Other
2012
Bonso, J.S.; Rahy, A.; Perera, S.D.; Nour, N.; Seitz, O.; Chabal,Y.C.; Balkus, Jr., K.J.; Ferraris, J.P.; Yang, D.J., “Exfoliated graphene nanoplatelets-V2O5 nanotube composite electrodes for supercapacitor application”, J. Power Sources,203, 2012, 227-232 .
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2012
Liyanage, A.D.; Ferraris, J.P.; Musselman, I.H.; Yang, D.-J.; Andersson, T.E.; Son, D.Y.  Balkus, Jr. K.J., “Nafion-sulfonated dendrimer composite membranes for fuel cell applications” J. Membr. Sci.  392-293, 2012, 175-180.
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2012
Perera, S.D.; Njiem, N.; Chabal, Y.; Ferraris, J.P.; Balkus, Jr., K.J., “Deoxygenated Graphene oxide for Supercapacitor Applications: An Effective Green Alternative for Chemically reduced Graphene”, J. Power Sources, 215, 2012, 1-10.
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2012
Perera, S.D.; Mareno, R.G.; Vu, K.; Njiem, N,; Chabal, Y.; Balkus, Jr., K.J., “Facile route for the synthesis of reduced Graphene oxide-TiO2 nanotube composites as high-performance photocatalysts” ACS Catal., 2, 2012, 949-956.
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NanoTech Institute
Materials Science and Engineering
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DurationRankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
2003-Present   Materials Science and Engineering
2003-PresentVarious Consulting & Expert Witness Activities   
2001-PresentEditorial Board Microporous Mesoporous Materials   
1997-Present   Institute of Biomedical Sciences and Technology
1993-1997Associate Professor of Chemistry (Tenured)   
1992Pharmacyclics,Inc. and Eastman Chemical Co.   
1988-1993Assistant Professor of Chemistry   
1986-1988Postdoctoral Associate (Dr. Brad B. Wayland, Director)  University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
 News Articles
U. T. Dallas Nanotechnology Scientists Win Research Grants Worth $500,000
UT Dallas News Center
Nanotechnology scientists at The University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) have won two federal research grants totaling more than $500,000, the university announced today.
 
The largest of the awards is a three-year, $460,000 grant from the United States Air Force Office of Scientific Research to three members of the UTD faculty to produce prototypes of photocells from polymer nanofibers and carbon nanotubes. The co-principal investigators on the grant are Dr. Anvar A. Zakhidov, professor of physics and associate director of the UTD NanoTech Institute, Dr. John P. Ferraris, professor of chemistry and head of the Department of Chemistry, and Dr. Kenneth J. Balkus, Jr., professor of chemistry.
 
The goal of the research is the creation of low-cost, ultra-lightweight, deployable solar cell arrays that could be used to generate electric power for spacecraft, among other applications.

Invention Circulates Interest Among Diabetics, Organ Transplant Patients
UT Dallas News Center
Scientists at The University of Texas at Dallas have filed a patent disclosure on a medical device that looks like a blue elastic bandage and acts like a wonder-cloth that helps preserve transplant organs, improve circulation and heal wounds.
 
Chemistry Professor Kenneth Balkus and Ph.D. student Harvey Liu say Liu’s early work on self-healing smart films led to the new, blue bandage that releases a controlled, steady dose of nitric oxide.
 
Nitric oxide (NO) is known to open blood vessels and keep them relaxed and flexible—key factors in keeping transplant organs viable and offering hope to diabetic patients who suffer from low blood flow in their extremities, especially the feet.

Professor Earns Prestigious Chemistry Award
UT Dallas News Center
Dr. Kenneth J. Balkus, professor of chemistry at UT Dallas, has been named this year’s winner of the W. T. Doherty Award by the Dallas Fort Worth Section of the American Chemical Society (ACS). 
 
The award will be formally presented at a fall D-FW ACS meeting, at which Balkus will present an award address.
 
Dr. John Ferraris, a prior recipient of the Doherty Award and head of the Department of Chemistry, said, “I’m pleased, but hardly surprised, that Ken Balkus has received this award recognizing his outstanding contributions to the field, the section and the ACS.  He is an imaginative researcher, a highly dedicated educator, and a superb colleague.”
 
The award, which includes an honorarium of $1,500, recognizes significant achievement, teaching and service. 

Prof Chosen as Fellow of American Chemical Society
UT Dallas News Center
Dr. Ken Balkus, professor of chemistry at UT Dallas, was recently named an American Chemical Society Fellow and will be honored at the society’s fall national meeting.
 
The Fellows Program recognizes achievements of its members for contributions to science, the profession and to the ACS. Members of the ACS nominate individuals for the honor.
 
“It’s gratifying to be recognized in this way from a scientific society and your peers,” Balkus said. “I’ve stayed active with the ACS for several years now and I’m very pleased to receive this honor.”

U.S. Education Department Honors Inspirational Prof
UT Dallas News Center

Dr. Ken Balkus, professor of chemistry at UT Dallas, has received a 2012 Teacher Recognition Award from the U.S. Department of Education.
 
Plano East High School student Amy Chyao, who was one of 141 high-school seniors nationwide chosen as 2012 Presidential Scholars, selected Balkus for the honor. Each scholar selects his or her “most inspiring and unforgettable teacher” to receive the Teacher Recognition Award.
 
Chyao joined UT Dallas’s NanoExplorers research program for high-school students in the summer of 2009. Working under Balkus’ mentorship, Chyao created semiconducting nanoparticles that, when exposed to certain wavelengths of light, generate a highly reactive form of oxygen that is deadly to cancer cells.
 
Balkus and Chyao travelled to Washington, D.C., in June to attend recognition events for the Presidential Scholars and their teachers. Balkus also received a commemorative plaque.

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Awards

  • 1991-1996 NSF Presidential Young Investigator Award
  • 1986 ACS Florida Section Speaker Award
  • 1986 ACS Sherwin-Williams Award - Finalist

Funding -- $7.2 Million since 1990

  • National Science Foundation SGER, INT, PYI
  • Robert A. Welch Foundation
  • Texas Instruments
  • Texas Advanced Research Program
  • Texas Advanced Technology Program
  • DARPA
  • Air Force
  • SPRING
  • ACS-Petroleum Research Fund
  • Pharmacyclics, Inc.
  • Chevron Research & Technology
  • Mobil Technology Co.
  • Department of Energy PETC, LANL
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization
  • NAS/NRC COBASE
  • Undergraduate - Inorganic Chemistry
  • Undergraduate - Solid State Chemistry
  • Undergraduate - Advanced Synthesis Laboratory
  • Undergraduate - General Chemistry II Laboratory
  • Graduate - Materials Science
  • Graduate - Surface Science/Heterogeneous Catalysis
  • Graduate - Advanced Inorganic Chemistry, Organometallics

Research - Materials/Inorganic Chemistry & Nanoscience

 

  • Zeolite Synthesis and Modification
  • Inclusion Compounds, in particular,
  • Zeolite Encapsulated Metal Complexes
  • Laser Ablation, Metal Oxide Thin Films
  • Hydrations, Dehydrations, Rearrangments
  • Zeolite Electrochemistry and Electrocatalysis
  • Molecular Sieve Immobilized Enzymes,
  • Zeolite Based Chemical Sensors, Drug delivery
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging Contrast Agents
  • Composite Membranes and Gas Separations
  • Electrospinning; Phonon Engineering
  • Fuel Cells; Solar Cells

Professional Activities
American Chemical Society

 

  • Member DFW long range planning committee
  • Alternate Councilor DFW Section 92-95
  • Councilor DFW Section 95-2001
  • Symposium Organizer 1994 SW Reg.Meeting
  • Inorganic program chair 2000 SW/SE Reg. Meeting
  • Committee on Project SEED 1997-present
    North American Catalysis Society
    Southwest Catalysis Society
  • Director 1997-1999
  • Chair Elect 1999, Chair 2000-01
    Vice Chair 2002 Gordon Conference on Zeolitic & Layered Materials
    Chair 2005 Gordon Conference on Zeolitic and Layered Materials
    International Advisory Board 13th IZC Meeting
    International Advisory Board 3rd ISMMS Meeting
    International Scientific Committee 14th IZC Meeting
    International Advisory Board 15th IZC Meeting
    Scientific Committee 4th International Zeolite Membrane Meeting
    Planning Committee- Florida Catalysis Conference
    Sigma Xi - Full Member
    Materials Research Society
    The Fiber Society
    International Zeolite Association
  • Synthesis Commission 1998-present
    International Mesoporous Materials Association
    Reviewer - NSF, NIH including panel reviews, DOE, PRF
    Reviewer - ACS, Elsevier publications, Nature, J.Wiley Texts

Campus Activities

  • Undergraduate Chemistry Advisor 1988-92
  • Seminar Chair 1993-95
  • Chair Graduate Recruiting Committee 1995-2001
  • Graduate Advisor 1997-2003
  • Materials Science & Engineering degree working group
  • Materials Science & Engineering Faculty Search Committee 2006
  • Faculty Search Committee 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000
  • Library Director Search Committee 2000
  • R.A.Welch Chair Search Committee 1997-2001
  • University Safety Committee
  • University Cleanroom Committee 2002
  • Ad Hoc Committee on Reorganizing the University 2001
  • University Research Council 2001
  • University Committee on Academic Qualifications 1998-2000
  • University Committee on Educational Policy 2002-
  • Personnel Review Committee (elected) 1999-2001
  • Chair University Library Committee 1997-99
  • Health Professions Committee Interviews
  • Several Faculty Tenure and Promotion Committees
  • Faculty Advisor Tae Kwon Do Club
  • Project SEED Preceptor, AMP, Clark and Welch Student Sponsor
  • 60 Doctoral Committees

Off-Campus Activities

  • Tae Kwon Do - 2nd Dan Black Belt
  • Okinawa Kobudo – Ni Dan Black Belt
  • Board of Directors and member of Sabum Kai for the Mung Moodo Ryu Assocation
  • member International Karate Kobudo Federation
  • member United States Water Ski Assoc. & NOA
  • NCAA Football Offical – Umpire
  • Assistant Scout Master Troop 1001
  • Science Fair Chairman - Camey Elementary 1993-99

    Presentations - Over 150 Invited Lectures and Papers Presented including:
    National, Regional, Local ACS Meetings
    Florida Catalysis Conferences
    Southwest Catalysis Society Symposia
    Materials Research Society Meetings
    Electrochemical Society Meetings
    AIChE Meetings; American Vacuum Society Meetings
    International Zeolite Conferences
    Society of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Meetings
    Gordon Research Conferences
    North American Membrane Society Meetings
    Molecular Recognition and Inclusion Conferences
    University of North Texas
    University of Arkansas
    Southern Methodist University
    University of Houston
    University of Texas at Arlington
    Texas Christian University
    Washington State University
    Worcester Polytechnic Institute
    Texas A & M University
    Baylor University
    Texas Tech University
    University of Massachusetts
    University of Oklahoma
    University of Texas at Dallas
    Johns Hopkins University
    University of Maryland
    Oklahoma State University
    Southwest Texas State University
    A. Mickiewicz University, Poland
    Invited Lectures (Continued)
    University of South Florida
    University of South Carolina
    Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute
    University of Cincinnati
    Trinity University
    Brown University
    University of Toledo
    Iowa State University
    University of Connecticut
    University of Alabama
    Auburn University
    Northeastern University
    Southwest Catalysis Society
    New England Catalysis Society
    Michigan Catalysis Society
    Tri-State Catalysis Society
    Dow Chemical, Freeport, TX
    Dow Chemical, Midland, MI
    Ecole Nationale Superieur de Chimie de Paris
    Institut de Recherches sur la Catalyse, Lyon
    Pharmacyclics, Inc, Sunnyvale, CA
    Hoechst Celanese, Corpus Christi, TX
    Rhom & Haas, Philadelphia, PA
    Chevron, Richmond, CA
    Eastman Chemical Co., Kingsport, TN
    Mobil Technology Co., Paulsboro, NJ
    Exxon, Baytown, TX
    Texas Instruments, Inc., TX
    1992 Florida Catalysis Conference, Palm Coast, FL
    1993 Gordon Conference on Zeolites and Layered Materials
    1995 NSF Organometallic Workshop
    1996 Florida Catalysis Conference
    1996 Gordon Conference on Chemical Sensors and Interfacial Design
    1997 Gordon Conference on Catalysis
    1997 Gordon Conference on Zeolites and Layered Materials
    1998 UOP Distinguished Lecturer
    2000 Plenary Lecture 2nd Int. Symp. Mesoporous Molecular Sieves
    2003 6th International Photoreaction Control and Photofuntional Materials
    2004 International Zeolite Membrane Meeting
    2005 Pacifichem Meeting

    Patents
  • Balkus,Jr.,K.J.; Sherry,A.D.; Young,S. "Zeolite Enclosed Transition and Rare Earth Metal Ions as Contrast Agents for the Gastrointestinal Tract", U. S. Patent No. 5,122,363, 1992. LICENSED
  • Balkus,Jr.,K.J.; Kowalak,S. "Methods for the Preparation of Molecular Sieves. Including Zeolites Using Metal Chelate Complexes", U. S. Patent No. 5,167,942, 1992.
  • Balkus,Jr.,K.J.; Sherry,A.D.; Young,S. " Molecular Sieve Enclosed Transition and Rare Earth Metal Ions as Contrast Agents for the Gastrointestinal Tract", PCT Int'l Appl. No. WO 91/09222 Several individual countrys have issued patents including European Patent No. 0560910, 1996. LICENSED
  • Balkus,Jr.,K.J."Clay Enclosed Transition and Rare Earth Metal Complexes as Contrast Agents for the Gastrointestinal Tract", U. S. Patent No. 5,277,896 1994. LICENSED Balkus,Jr.,K.J.; Sherry,A.D.; Young,S. " Molecular Sieve Enclosed Transition and Rare Earth Metal Ions as Contrast Agents for the Gastrointestinal Tract", U.S. Patent No. 5,429,814, 1995. LICENSED
  • Balkus,Jr.,K.J.; Kowalak,S. "Synthesis of Molecular Sieves, including Zeolites, Using Metal Chelate Complexes", PCT Int'l Appl. No. WO 92/09527. European Patent No. 0,558,644, 1995.
  • Balkus, Jr., K.J.; Gabrielov,A.A. "The Synthesis of Novel Molecular Sieves using Metal Complexes as Templates", U.S. Patent No. 5,489,424 1996.
  • Balkus, Jr., K.J.; Gabrielov,A.A. "The Synthesis of Novel Molecular Sieves using a Metal Complex as a Template", U.S. Patent No. 5,603,914 1997.
  • Balkus, Jr., K.J.; Gabrielov,A.A. "The Synthesis of Novel Molecular Sieves using a Metal Complex as a Template", U.S. Patent No. 5,648,058 1997.
  • Balkus, Jr., K.J.; Gabrielov,A.A. "Novel Metal Silicate Compositions and Catalysts ", U.S. Patent No. 5,830,429 1998.
  • Gnade, B.E.; Balkus,Jr., K.J. "Method for forming a Capacitance type Gaseous Sensing device and Aparatus Thereof Chemical", U.S. Patent No 5,828,542 1998 (w/ Texas Instruments)
  • Abdel-Fattah, T.M.; Balkus,Jr., K.J.; Davies, G. "Metal containing Catalysts and Methods For making Same", U.S. Patent No. 5,849,652 1998 (w/ Northeastern University)
  • Balkus,Jr., K.J.; Gnade, B.E.; Riley, S. "Method for forming a Capacitance type Gaseous Sensing device and Aparatus Thereof Chemical", U.S. Patent No. 5,857,250 1999 (w/ Texas Instruments)
  • Balkus, Jr., K. J.; Kinsel, M. E. "Mesoporous Molecular Sieve Thin Films and Methods of Making and Uses Thereof", U.S. Patent No. 6,120,891, 2000.*
  • Balkus,Jr.,K.J.; Sherry,A.D.; Young,S. " Molecular Sieve Enclosed Transition and Rare Earth Metal Ions as Contrast Agents for the Gastrointestinal Tract", Jpn Patent No. 2716094, 1997 LICENSED
  • Balkus, Jr., K.J.; Kinsel, M.E,; Scott A., "Method of Coating Three Dimensional Objects With Molecular Sieves", US Patent No. 6,274,207, 2001.*
  • Balkus, Jr., K.J.; Kinsel, M.E.; Washmon, L., "Preparation of laser Deposited Oriented Films and Membranes", U.S. Patent No. 6,287,645 2001.*
  • Balkus, Jr., K.J.; Kinsel, M.E.; Washmon, L., "Preparation of laser Deposited Oriented Films and Membranes", U.S. Patent No. 6,472,030 2002.*
  • Balkus, Jr., K.J.; Kinsel, M.E,; Scott A., "Method of Coating Three Dimensional Objects With Molecular Sieves", US Patent No.6,423,411, 2002.*
  • Balkus, Jr., K. J.; Kinsel, M. E. "Mesoporous Transition Metal Oxide Thin Films and Methods of Making and Uses Thereof", U.S. Patent No. 6,395,350 2002.*
  • Balkus, Jr., K.J. Coutinho, D., "Mesoporous Compositions and Method of Preparation" U.S. Patent No. 6,630,170, 2003.
  • Balkus, Jr., K.J.; Pantano, P.; Meek, C.; Coutinho, D., "Encoded Molecular Sieve Particle-based Sensors", U.S. Patent No. 6,790,672, 2004
  • Balkus, Jr., K.J.; Ma, Y.,"Mesoporous Alumina Drug Delivery System" U.S. Patent Pending.
  • Balkus, Jr., K.J.; Ferraris, J.P.; Madhugiri, S.; Scott, A.S., "Electrospun Metal Oxide Fibers", U.S. Patent Pending.
  • Balkus, Jr, K.J.; Ferraris, J.P,; Madhugiri, S. "Electrospun Composite Fibers", US Patent Pending
  • Balkus, Jr., K.J.; Deng, S., "Procedure for the Preparation of Multilayer Zeolite Membranes" Provisional Filed.
  • Yang, J.V.; Coutinho, D.; Ferraris, J.P.; Balkus, Jr., K.J.;Yang, D.J., "Novel polyelectrolyte membranes for Fuel Cells" Filing being conducted by Samsung
  • Balkus, Jr., K.J.; Liu, H.; Gnade, B.E.; Bhansali, U. "Self Healing Barrier Coatings for Flexible Substrates" Patent Dislcosure
  • Balkus, Jr., K.J.; Pisklak, T.J., "Catalytic burner for combustion of liquid fuels" Patent Pending
  • Balkus, Jr., K.J.; Pisklak, T.J., "Low vapor pressure fuels for use in aromatherapy and Fragrance lamps" Provisional Filed
  • * Patents Costs Covered in a settlement with Arnold, White & Durkee

 

 

Personnel

Students Curent Employer Students Curent Employer
Alice Welch Sandoz Lauara Sottile Corning
Houston Smith Merck Thomas Jacob Ashland Chemical
Steve Bell Unknown Mona Eissa Texas Instr.
Sung Kim Unknown Heather Soliday DEA
Miriam Silva Unknown Decio Coutinho Postdoc
Fangxia Feng Postdoc Suhda Madhugiri Postdoc
Raluca Mitea Univ. of Leuven Minedys M-Guzman Student
Chunrong Xiong Student J. Felipe Diaz Merck
Mark Newton Motorola Jose Leiton Student in Costa Rica
Don Smithisler Unknown Scott Riley Alliant Tech Sytems
Trini Munoz Haliburton Ashley Scott Nanostatics
Lisa Washmon Merck Godfroy Gibery Aloe Vera
Trinidad Armenta Unknown Sharon Hogue HS Teacher
Amei Wu Postdoc T.J. Pisklak Stonewick, Inc.
Yangfeng Zhang Student Nadia Khanan Student
Jose Losilla Student Harvey Lui Student
Fern Edwards Student    


Students who have spent semesters in my lab as part of their thesis work

 

  • Tarek Abdul-Fattah (Northeastern) currently at Allied Signal
  • Emmnanual Briot (Ecole Nationale Superior de Chimie de Paris) Research de Charge
  • Bobby Jones (Physics -UTD) student
  • Rena Anuwattana (King Mogkut University, Thailand)

Doctoral Committees                                                                                                                              

Mark Hanlon Susan Eshelman Lisa Washmon Darrell Lupo
Alfonso Morua Won Dae Kim Derek Smith Ziad Shaker
Tan Xuan Deepta Varadarajan Lin Li Sudha Madhugiri
Bobby Jones Harold Stokes Xiaodong Li Jeff Boehme
Jose Guttierez Greg Eberhardt Todd Aycock Ivan Michelini
Beth Champ Brian Reid Von Ebron Anthony Avila
Kristine Danowski Florina Vilachez-Aguado Kim Kangasiemi Guowen Jiang
Kyle Cattenach Jing Wang Hadi Yehia Claudia Meek
Anne Chacko Zhiwei Yang Carlos Barcena Heather Zeiger


Undergraduates

                                                                                                 

James Marvin Ralph Weiss Kieu Ly C. Doug Hargis
Kathy Dixon Ahn Nguyen Voncea Earl Victoria Jimenez
Mark Biscotto Kathy Groothuis Arwa Shafiq James Hoffelmeyer
Adrian Ayala Sharon Houge Jamie McGlothlin James Maxwell
Jessica Lucas Sabrina Rahman Leena Mahmoud Jonathan Rocky
Flora Varghese Christine Proctor Tracy Schrader Judy Cook
Anne Chacko Nadia Khanam Austin Allen  

                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

Summer Students Program Current Status
Mike Eubanks Clark Foundation Stanford
Natanya Sandler Clark Foundation Yale
Paul Andres Clark Foundation Texas A & M
Alecia Schade(w/JPF) Clark Foundation Texas
James Maxwell Clark Foundation UTD
Megan Trevithick Clark Foundation UTD
Abbye Mcewn Clark Foundation UTD
Austin Allen Clark Foundation UTD
Marcello Levado Project Seed USC
Rosario Levado Project Seed I & II Northwestern
Pete Henderson Project Seed Unknown
Justo Blanco Project Seed I & II Texas
Voncea Earl AMP UTD
Tila Tuimalealiifano AMP Texas A&M
Ryan Woo Welch Foundation Student
Felix Haung Welch Foundation Student
Yen Yoo Welch Foundation Student
Danial U RISD UTexas


Postdoctoral Researchers                                                                                                                                  

Stanislaw Kowalak Professor (Poland)
Iwona Bresinska Teacher (Poland)
Krytsyna Nowinska Professor (Poland)
Sergei Shepelev Translator (TX)
Alexei Gabrielov Shell (TX)
Irina Gabrielova Shell (TX)
Jimin Shi Motorola
Alla Khanmamedova Sabic Industries (TX)
Arlene Ramsaran Working on CS degree
Mary Kinsel Professor U Texas Southwestern
Michael Greaves ChemCodes, Inc
Claire Bambrough Optical Switch
Ying Ma AMI
Isabel Kinski Germany
Shongdeng Deng UTD
Decio Coutinho UTD
Sudha Madhugiri UTD


Postdoctoral Researchers

 

  • Prof. B. Gnade, Prof. John Ferraris; Prof. Inga Musselman; Prof. A. Dean Sherry; Prof. Paul Pantano; Anvar Zhakidov, Ray Baughman, DJ Yang, John Sibert-University of Texas at Dallas
  • Prof. Peter Smirniotis - U Cinncinnati
  • Prof. Nandika D'Souza University of North Texas

Teaching History                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

  Undergraduate Graduate
1988   Advanced Inorganic Chemistry I
1989 Advanced Synthesis Lab Advanced Inorganic Chemistry I
      Industrial Chemistry (w/ L. Melton)
      Surface Science (w/ L. Melton)
      Analytical Chemistry
1990 Advanced Synthesis Lab Advanced Inorganic Chemistry I
      Industrial Chemistry (w/ L. Melton)
1991 Advanced Synthesis Lab
      Inorganic Chemistry
      Solid State Chemistry (New Course)
Advanced Inorganic Chemistry I
      Advanced Inorganic Chemistry II
1992 Advanced Synthesis Lab
      Inorganic Chemistry
Advanced Inorganic Chemistry I
      Advanced Inorganic Chemistry II(new)
1993 Advanced Synthesis Lab
      Inorganic Chemistry
Advanced Inorganic Chemistry I
      Advanced Inorganic Chemistry II
1994 Advanced Synthesis Lab
      (w/ J. Ferraris)
Advanced Inorganic Chemistry I
      Materials Science (w/ J. Ferraris)
1995 Inorganic Chemistry Advanced Inorganic Chemistry II
      Materials Science (w/ J. Ferraris)
1996 Advanced Synthesis Lab
      (w/ J. Ferraris)
Advanced Inorganic Chemistry I
      Materials Science (w/ J. Ferraris)
1997 Advanced Synthesis Lab
      (w/ J. Ferraris)
      Inorganic Chemistry
Advanced Inorganic Chemistry II
      Materials Science (w/ J. Ferraris)
1998 Advanced Synthesis Lab
      Inorganic Chemistry
Materials Science (w/ J. Ferraris)
1999 Advanced Synthesis Lab Materials Science (w/ J. Ferraris)
2000 Advanced Synthesis Lab
      Inorganic Chemistry
Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
      Materials Science (w/ J. Ferraris)
2001 Advanced Synthesis Lab
      Inorganic Chemistry
Materials Science (w/ J. Ferraris)
2002 Advanced Synthesis Lab General Chemistry II Lab
2003 Advanced Synthesis Lab
      Inorganic Chemistry
Materials Science (w/ J. Ferraris)
2004 Advanced Synthesis Lab
      Inorganic Chemistry
Materials Science (w/ B. Gnade)
2005 Advanced Synthesis Lab Materials Science (w/ B. Gnade)

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