We study the performance advantages provided by structuring hierarchical functional materials. To this end, we develop methods to synthesize rationally-engineered materials for optical and electrochemical applications. We also devise simulations and charaterization techniques for in-operando characterization and optimization of these materials.
Recent Group Pubs
- Coridan, R.H.* A Neural Network-based Approach to Predicting Absorption in Nanostructured, Disordered Photoelectrodes, Chemical Communications, 56, 10473-10476 (2020)
- Schichtl, Z.G., Mehrabi, H., and Coridan, R.,* Electrooxidation of Glycerol on Self-Organized, Mixed Au-Pt Interfaces Formed on Ni Substrates, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 167, 056502 (2020).
- Lowe, J.M. and Coridan, R.H.,* Mechanistic Control of a Galvanic Replacement Reaction on Cuprous Oxide, Nanoscale Advances 1, 1343-1350 (2019)
- April 2021 - Congrats to Mollie Henry on successfully defending your Honors Thesis!
- March 2021 - Welcome to new Chemistry undergrad Ashlyn Descarpentrie!
- March 2021 - Welcome to new Chemistry PhD student Joel Muhanga!
- January 2021 - Welcome to two new Chemistry undergrads, Caroline Eddy and Ian Hollis!