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  • Members | The Reynolds Research Group
    Michael Roper He remains a steadfast Seminoles fan Natasha Teran Natasha Teran is a graduate student who hails from the Philippines She joined the Reynolds group after starting her graduate studies in the spring of 2010 Her current research interests are focused on the synthesis and study of structure property relationships of telechelic donor acceptor oligomers and their corresponding polymers as well as the synthesis and characterization of donor acceptor chromophores for nonlinear optics Kin Lo Originally from Hong Kong Kin joined the Reynolds group in the Spring of 2012 After graduating from Duquesne University with a B A in Chemistry he obtained his M B A from Washington University in Saint Louis Kin s research research focuses on synthesis and characterization of solid state conjugated small molecules and polymers and their uses in organic electronic applications James Ponder James originally from Fort Lauderdale Florida received his B S degree in chemistry from the University of North Florida in Jacksonville During his time there he conducted research under Dr Kenneth Laali in the field of ionic liquids James joined the Reynolds group in the spring 2012 Jeff Hernandez Jeff was born in Caracas Venezuela and grew up in Clearwater Florida He attended the University of South Florida for his undergraduate where he worked on viscoelastic properties of polymers and novel synthesis of polymers He received his degree in Chemistry and moved to Georgia Tech in Fall of 2012 where he joined the Reynolds group Rylan Wolfe Rylan was born in Minnesota and raised in North Dakota He graduated from North Dakota State University with a B S in Chemistry where he worked under Dr Seth Rasmussen in conjugated organic materials and Dr Ihle in kinetic theory of self propelled particles He joined the Reynolds group in the fall of 2012

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  • Professor John R. Reynolds | The Reynolds Research Group
    IBM Research Laboratories in the late 1970s After developing his own research effort at The University of Texas at Arlington 1984 1991 he moved to the University of Florida where he was a Professor of Chemistry and Associate Director of the Center for Macromolecular Science and Engineering until Spring 2012 when his group moved to Georgia Tech where he is a Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry and Materials Science and

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  • Group Alumni | The Reynolds Research Group
    anode and cathode materials in ECDs Caroline Grand Caroline received her PhD in the Reynolds group from 2010 2014 Her research focused on soluble isoindigo polymers for organic photovoltaic applications After graduating she began working as a research chemist for Dow Electronic Materials outside of Boston with her research focusing on InterConnect Technology Joshua Hollett Joshua received his Masters from the Reynolds group from 2012 2015 His research focused on

    Original URL path: https://ww2.chemistry.gatech.edu/reynolds/alumni (2015-06-03)
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  • Research | The Reynolds Research Group
    Photos Research Conjugated Monomers Oligomers Monomer Synthesis Discrete Oligomer Synthesis Conjugated Polymers Soluble Conjugated Polymers Donor Acceptor Conjugated Polymers Conjugated Polyelectrolytes Electrochromic Polymers Complex Polymers Analytical and Physical Characterization Electrochemistry Optical Properties Colorimetry Morphology Characterization Conjugated Polymer Based Devices Photovoltaics

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  • Group News | The Reynolds Research Group
    Cao who will be working as a visiting scientist within the Reynolds group Congratulations to Brian Schmatz who recently passed his PhD qualifying exams December 2014 Congratulations to Caroline Grand for successfully defeding her PhD Caroline will be relocating to Massachusetts to work as a research scientist for Dow Electronic Materials Congratulations to Dr Justin Kerszulis who successfully defended his PhD and also was the recipient of an Honorable Mention

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  • Publications | The Reynolds Research Group
    and Experimental Approach Macromolecules 2013 46 22 8832 8844 Tagged XML Google Scholar Estrada LA Deininger JJ Kamenov GD Reynolds JR Direct Hetero arylation Polymerization An Effective Route to 3 4 Propylenedioxythiophene Based Polymers with Low Residual Metal Content ACS Macro Letters 2013 2 10 869 873 Tagged XML Google Scholar Jensen J Dyer AL Shen ED Krebs FC Reynolds JR Direct Photopatterning of Electrochromic Polymers Advanced Functional Materials 2013 23 30 3728 3737 Tagged XML Google Scholar Casalini R Tsang SW Deininger JJ Arroyave FA Reynolds JR So F Investigation of the Role of the Acceptor Molecule in Bulk Heterojunction Photovoltaic Cells Using Impedance Spectroscopy The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2013 117 27 13798 13804 Tagged XML Google Scholar Small CE Tsang S W Chen S et al Loss Mechanisms in Thick Film Low Bandgap Polymer Solar Cells Advanced Energy Materials 2013 3 7 909 916 Tagged XML Google Scholar Wang L Puodziukynaite E Grumstrup EM et al Ultrafast Formation of a Long Lived Charge Separated State in a Ru Loaded Poly 3 hexylthiophene Light Harvesting Polymer The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 2013 4 14 2269 2273 Tagged XML Google Scholar Zhou R Stalder R Xie D et al Enhancing the Efficiency of Solution Processed Polymer Colloidal Nanocrystal Hybrid Photovoltaic Cells Using Ethanedithiol Treatment ACS Nano 2013 7 6 4846 4854 Tagged XML Google Scholar Manders JR Tsang S W Hartel MJ et al Solution Processed Nickel Oxide Hole Transport Layers in High Efficiency Polymer Photovoltaic Cells Advanced Functional Materials 2013 23 23 2993 3001 Tagged XML Google Scholar Zong K Deininger JJ Reynolds JR Efficient Synthesis of Dithienogermole DTG Derivatives via Olefin Cross Metathesis Organic Letters 2013 15 5 1032 1035 Tagged XML Google Scholar Graham KR Stalder R Wieruszewski PM Patel DG Salazar DH Reynolds JR Tailor Made Additives for Morphology Control in Molecular Bulk Heterojunction Photovoltaics ACS Applied Materials Interfaces 2013 5 1 63 71 Tagged XML Google Scholar 2012 Kim Y Kim H Graham S Dyer A Reynolds JR Durable polyisobutylene edge sealants for organic electronics and electrochemical devices Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 2012 100 120 125 Tagged XML Google Scholar Patel D D G Graham KR Reynolds JR A Diels Alder crosslinkable host polymer for improved PLED performance the impact on solution processed doped device and multilayer device performance Journal of Materials Chemistry 2012 22 7 3004 Tagged XML Google Scholar Knott EP Craig MR Liu DY Babiarz JE Dyer AL Reynolds JR A minimally coloured dioxypyrrole polymer as a counter electrode material in polymeric electrochromic window devices Journal of Materials Chemistry 2012 22 11 4953 Tagged XML Google Scholar Stalder R Grand C Subbiah J So F Reynolds JR An isoindigo and dithieno 3 2 b 2 3 d silole copolymer for polymer solar cells Polymer Chemistry 2012 3 1 89 Tagged XML Google Scholar Subbiah J Amb CM Reynolds JR So F Effect of vertical morphology on the performance of silole containing low bandgap inverted polymer solar cells

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  • Group Events Photos | The Reynolds Research Group
    The Reynolds Research Group Login Navigation Home Members John Reynolds Alumni Research News Publications Photos Group Events Photos Drupal Theme by LevelTen Interactive

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  • Poly(fluorene-co-thiophene)-based ionic transition-metal complex polymers for solar energy harvesting and storage applications | The Reynolds Research Group
    co thiophene based ionic transition metal complex polymers for solar energy harvesting and storage applications Submitted by aherrod3 on Wed 2014 03 05 11 34 Title Poly fluorene co thiophene based ionic transition metal complex polymers for solar energy harvesting and storage applications Publication Type Journal Article Year of Publication 2014 Authors Puodziukynaite E Wang L Schanze KS Papanikolas JM Reynolds JR Journal Polymer Chemistry Date Published 2014 ISSN 1759

    Original URL path: http://ww2.chemistry.gatech.edu/reynolds/node/341 (2015-06-03)
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