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Welcome! Our research group is based in the Materials Science and Engineering Department at Lehigh University. We are primarily an experimental group focused on solving problems associated with the conversion of energy from light into electricity and chemical fuels. We work with groups in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Physics to solve multidisciplinary materials-related problems and answer basic scientific questions. If you are interested in joining our research team please refer to the contact page for further information.  

News:

  • 4.22.2016 - Prof. Strandwitz presents an invited talk at Washington University in St. Louis. Thanks to Prof. Bryce Sadler for the invitation!

  • 3.29.2016 - Prof. Strandwitz presents a contributed talk at the Spring MRS Conference in Phoenix AZ.  

  • 2.14.2016 - Ling's paper on silicon oxide growth with cyclic azasilane precursors published in Journal of Materials Chemistry, featuring Prof. Strandwitz as part of an Emerging Investigators Special Issue available here

  • 2.8.2016 - Hannah and Derek's paper on seeded crystallization of ALD alumina published in Crystal Growth and Design available here

  • 2.4.2016 - Prof. Strandwitz presents an invited lecture at Penn State in the Engineering Science Department.  

  • 10.28.2015 - Rod's paper comparing traditional and non-hydrolytic ALD chemistries is published in Journal of Applied Physics available here

  • 10.22.2015 - Prof. Strandwitz presents an invited lecture at Penn State in Materials Science and Engineering. 

  • 10.14.2015 - Prof. Strandwitz presents an invited lecture at Drexel in Materials Science and Engineering. 

  • 10.1.2015 - Prof. Strandwitz and collaborators' paper on thin protective films on semiconductors for solar fuels generation is published in JPCC

  • 9.10.2015 - Prof. Strandwitz presents an invited lecture at Rutgers IAMDN. 

  • 7.06.2015 - Ela and Bo's paper on chemical stability of ALD thin films published in ACS Applied Materials and interfaces available here!

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