Our research group aims to train students to excel as both a scientist and a person.  We realize and value the importance of diverse backgrounds and ideas in generating new scientific knowledge, and in promoting a healthy work environment.  We value freedom of expression, civil discourse, and diversity in opinions, research, teaching, and life.

Nail or hammer? We approach electrochemical instrumentation as both a hammer (we built a new hammer, let’s find a nail) and as a nail (we have this nail, but need a better hammer to see what we can do with it). Overall, this approach takes advantage of modern hardware, electronics, and programming. This also entails applying electrochemical tools to solve problems and examining new ways to solve fundamental questions. Ultimately, we are broadly interested in new tools and approaches for measuring electrons and ions. Some of our recent results are below, with more information in the primary research publications.

Recent Instrumentation Posts

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