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EMR Advisory Sub-Committee

* Member of Users Executive Committee

Alina Bienko
Alina Bienko

University of Wrocław, Poland

Phone: +48 71 375 7258

Email: alina.bienko@chem.uni.wroc.pl

Research Interests: Magnetic and EPR studies of mono- and polynuclear complexes, establishment of the relationship between structure and reactivity of complexes with various metal ions (Cu, Ru, Co, Fe, Mn, Re, V, La, Gd, Tb, Dy, etc.).

Term: 1/2023-12/2025

Selvan Demir*
Selvan Demir*

Michigan State University

437 Chemistry Building

Phone: (517) 353-1080

Email: sdemir@chemistry.msu.edu

Research Interests: Chemical synthesis of exchange coupled lanthanide systems. She is particularly interested in generating strong exchange through radical linkers.

Term: 1/2023-12/2025

Carole Duboc
Carole Duboc

Université Grenoble Alpes

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique

3 Rue Michel Ange

75016 Paris, France

Email: Carole.Duboc@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr

Research Interests: Bio-Inorganic Chemistry, Catalysis, Mechanism, Magnetic properties

Term: 1/2021-12/2023

Sandrine Heutz
Sandrine Heutz

Imperial College London

Department of Materials

Bessemer Building, South Kensington Campus

Kensington, London SW7 2BP, UK

Phone: +44 (0)20 7594 6727

Email: s.heutz@imperial.ac.uk

Research Interest: Current research directions focus on magnetic properties of molecular thin films, spintronic applications, novel fabrication methods for oxides, detailed structural characterization of films and interfaces, and nanowire devices.

Term: 1/2020-12/2023

Muralee Murugesu
Muralee Murugesu

University of Ottawa

Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Sciences

Room 401, D'Iorio Hall

Ottawa, ON, Canada K1N 6N5

Phone: +1 (613) 562-5800 ext. 2733

Email: m.murugesu@uottawa.ca

Research Interests: Design and synthesis of new nanoscale inorganic materials in order to study their interesting physical properties such as magnetism, conductivity and optical properties. Particular research emphasis is made on the preparation and characterization of mixed-metal Single Molecule Magnets (SMMs) and Single Chain Magnets (SCMs). Such systems hold the promise of creating novel nanoscale devices for quantum computing and molecular electronics.

Term: 1/2023-12/2025

Joshua Telser
Joshua Telser

Roosevelt University

Chemistry and Department of Bio/Phys/Health Sci

425 South Wabash Avenue

Chicago, IL 60605

Room WB 716D | SCH 600J

Phone: 312-341-3687

Email: jtelser@roosevelt.edu

Research Interests: My general research interest is in the area where inorganic, physical, and biological chemistry all come together.

Term: 1/2018-12/2023

For more information, contact User Program Chief of Staff Anke Toth.


Last modified on 19 December 2022