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Jason D Slinker
Assistant Professor-Physics Department
Contact Address   800 W. Campbell Rd., Physics EC36, Richardson, TX 75080     Office MailstopECSN, Room No.: 2.910 
Email Address  slinker@utdallas.edu    Primary Phone Number 972-883-6513    URL Slinker Group    Media Contact
 Professional Preparation
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 DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
 Ph.D.Applied and Engineering PhysicsCornell University (Ithaca, NY)2007
 M.S.Applied and Engineering PhysicsCornell University (Ithaca, NY)2006
 B.S.Physics, Chemistry and Math (Triple major, GPA: 4.0)Southern Nazarene University2001
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Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, The University of Texas at Dallas

Chair: Robert Glosser
Topic: Electrochemical optoelectronics and biosensors

Research Assistant, Cornell University Department of Materials Science

Advisor: George G. Malliaras
Understanding and improving light emitting devices based on ionic transition metal complexes (iTMCs)

  • Executed direct measurement of the electric field distribution of light emitting electrochemical cells, distinguishing between models of operation and demonstrating a general method for solid-state ionics
  • Developed a lighting panel based on a cascaded architecture that demonstrates ease of fabrication, scalability and intrinsic fault tolerance (patent pending)
  • Demonstrated light-emitting nanofibers with sub-wavelength emission zones (patent pending)
  • Collaborated with Princeton University to develop iTMC devices of novel colors
  • Mentored six senior thesis students, three summer REU students, and one high school teacher
Postdoctoral Scholar, California Institute of Technology, Chemistry

Advisor: Jackie K. Barton
Electrochemical protein detection with DNA-modified electrodes

  • Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) postdoctoral fellowship
  • Developed multiplexed and miniaturized devices for rapid protein sensing
  • Demonstrated charge transport through 100-mer DNA
Visiting Scientist, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge (England)

Advisor: Richard H. Friend
Used Raman spectroscopy to study the degradation of iTMC devices by tracking the in situ formation and spatial location of luminescence-quenching compounds

Research Employee, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Advisor: Michael J. Winokur
Investigated the temperature dependence of the photoluminescence of light-emitting polymers

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2013
C. A. Naquin, O. A. Hasan, W.-T. Liou, R. R. Lee, A. J. Halbert, A. T. Phung, A.-T. Liu, E. J. Bursa, Y. Shen, D. W. Taylor and J. D. Slinker. Measuring Light Emitting Diodes with a Scanner for Radiant Flux and Colour Characterization. Meas. Sci. Technol. 24, 055101 (2013).
Category: Measurement Science Technolgy
Peer reviewed
2013
C. H. Wohlgamuth, M. A. McWilliams and J. D. Slinker. Temperature Dependence of DNA Electrochemistry: Influence of a Mismatch. Anal. Chem. 85, 1462 (2013).
Category: Analytical Chemistry
Peer reviewed
2013
Y. Shen, D. Kuddes, D. D. Kuddes, C. A. Naquin, T. W. Hesterberg, C. Kusmierz, B. J. Holliday and J. D. Slinker.Improving light-emitting electrochemical cells with ionic additives. Appl. Phys. Lett., 102, 203305 (2013).
Category: Applied Physics Letters
Peer reviewed
2013
C. H. Wohlgamuth, M. A. McWilliams and J. D. Slinker. DNA as a Molecular Wire: Distance and Sequence Dependence. Anal. Chem.,DOI: 10.1021/ac401229q.
Category: Analytical Chemistry
Peer reviewed
2011
L. Sun, A. Galan, S. Ladouceur, J. D. Slinker and E. Zysman-Colman. High stability light-emitting electrochemical cells from cationic iridium complexes with bulky 5,5′ substituents. J. Mater. Chem., 21, 18083 (2011).
Category: Journal of Materials Chemistry
Peer reviewed
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DurationRankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
Summer 2005Visiting ScientistCavendish Laboratory University of Cambridge (England)
Spring 2006Teaching AssistantDepartment of Materials Science Cornell University
June 2002-June 2007Research Assistant  Cornell University Department of Materials Science
January 2002-June 2002Research Employee  University of Wisconsin-Madison
Aug 2010-PresentAssistant ProfessorDepartment of Physics The University of Texas at Dallas
 Postdoctoral ScholarChemistry California Institute of Technology
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 DurationTitleSponsorAmountStatus
9/1/2012-2/28/2014SNM: DNA-Directed Self Assembly of Nanoscale Integrated CircuitsNational Science Foundation$300,000Current
 News Articles
Mains powered OLED targets traditional lighting
Optics.org

Here we describe our lighting panel that can operate directly from ac power.


Cornell researchers develop virus-size 'nanolamps' that could aid use of flexible electronic devices as sensors
www.cornell.edu

Electroluminescent electrospun nanofibers


Undergrad Researchers Win With Efficient Lighting Proposal
www.utdallas.edu

SPS undergraduate research award grant


Electrons charge down DNA molecular wire
Chemistry World (RSC)

Charge transport through 100mer DNA


NANO OPTICS: Electrospun light-emitting nanofibers could replace LEDs
LaserFocusWorld

Electrospun electroluminescent nanofibers


Organic electronics: What's in a name?
Nature Materials News and Views

Electric Force Microscopy (EFM) distinguishes between operational models in electrochemical cells.


Nanotechnology: Wired up by DNA strands
Nature Research Highlights

Charge transport through 100mer DNA


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Selected Presentations
  1. 2002 Materials Research Society Fall Meeting, Hynes Convention Center, Boston, MA.
  2. 2003 Polymers Outreach Program (POP) Conference, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
  3. 2003 Physical Electronics Conference, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
  4. 2003 SPIE Photonics West Conference, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA.
  5. 2003 Optical Society of America Frontiers in Optics Conference, Hilton El Conquistador, Tucson, AZ.
  6. 2003 Materials Research Society Fall Meeting, Hynes Convention Center, Boston, MA.
  7. (Presentation award) 2004 Cornell Graduate Research Symposium, Statler Hotel, Ithaca, NY.
  8. 2004 Polymers Outreach Program (POP) Conference, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
  9. (Invited talk) 2004 Optoelectronics Group, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
  10. 2005 Materials Research Society Spring Meeting, Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA.
  11. (Presentation award) 2005 Cornell Materials Science 40th Anniversary, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
  12. (Presentation award) 2005 Materials Research Society Fall Meeting, Hynes Convention Center, Boston, MA.
  13. 2006 Materials Research Society Spring Meeting, Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA.
  14. (Invited talk) 2006 Cornell Chapter of the Optical Society of America, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
  15. 2006 Polymers Outreach Program (POP) Conference, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
  16. 2006 SPIE Photonics West Conference, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA.
  17. 2006 Materials Research Society Fall Meeting, Hynes Convention Center, Boston, MA.
  18. 2007 SPIE Photonics West Conference, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA.
  19. 2010 Gordon Kenan Research Seminar, Four Points Sheraton, Ventura, CA.
  20. 2010 Inorganic/Organometallics Seminar, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA.
  21. 2010 Materials Research Society Spring Meeting, Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA.

Patents

Cascaded light emitting devices based on mixed conductor electroluminescence. G. G. Malliaras, K. Mori, J. D. Slinker, D. A. Bernards and H. D. Abruña. US Patent No. 7,755,275 (2010).

Cascaded light emitting devices based on mixed conductor electroluminescence. G. G. Malliaras, K. Mori, J. D. Slinker, D. A. Bernards and H. D. Abruña.  US Patent No. 8,063,566 (2011).

Electrospun light-emitting nanofibers. J. Moran-Mirabal, H. G. Craighead, G. G. Malliaras, H. D. Abruña and J. D. Slinker. US Patent No. 8,106,580 (2012).


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