Chemical Synthesis and Catalysis
For more information about each mentor and their research program click on the mentor's name in the Faculty column below.
|Research Abstract Titles|
|"Rapid structural diversification of vinyl polymers via post-polymerization modification (PPM) strategies"|
Aaron J. Teator, Assistant Professor
|"Allylpalladium mpolung strategies: |
Development of new Pd-catalyzed multi-component reactions for organic synthesis"
Helena C. Malinakova, Associate Professor
|"Azulene-based organometallics relevant to molecular electronics"|
Mikhail V. Barybin, Professor
|1. Development of new synthetic methodologies of small cycles|
2. Soluble polymers with tunable properties: Novel platforms for catalyst immobilization
Michael Rubin, Associate Professor [click on numbers to access abstracts]
|"Green synthesis via decarboxylative coupling"|
Jon Tunge, Professor
|"Phosphate Tether-Mediated Processes for Natural Product Synthesis"|
Paul R. Hanson, Chancellors Club Teaching Professor
|"Storage of Renewable Energy in Chemical Bonds: |
Understanding How LigandsInfluence H2 Fuel Production by Organometallic Catalysts"
James D. Blakemore, Associate Professor
|"Supramolecular and Transition Metal Coordination Chemistry"|
Kristin Bowman-James, Distinguished Professor and Director Kansas NSF EPSCoR
|"Understanding Metalloenzyme Function through Bio-inspired Inorganic Chemistry"|
Timothy A. Jackson, Professor