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  • Aaron M. Massari

    Associate Professor, Director of Graduate Studies for Chemical Physics

    • Nanoscience & Materials Chemistry, Polymer Spectroscopy
    • Chemical Physics, Polymer Spectroscopy
    • Polymer Chemistry, Conducting Polymer Dynamics
    • Experimental Physical Chemistry, Spectroscopy
    • Energy & Catalysis
    • B.S. Arizona State University, 1999
    • Ph.D. Northwestern University, 2004 (Joseph T. Hupp)
    • Post Doctorate National Institutes of Health Fellow, Stanford University, 2004-2006 (Michael D. Fayer)
    Office: 245 Smith Hall

Principal Research Interests

We use vibrational sum frequency generation (VSFG) and two-dimensional infrared (2D-IR) spectroscopy to study the interfacial structure and ultrafast dynamics of organic electronic materials. Students in our group learn many facets of linear and nonlinear spectroscopy, electrochemistry, and materials characterization.

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Honors and Awards

  • George Taylor Distinguished Teaching Award, 2014
  • IREE Early Investigator Award, 2010
  • 3M Nontenured Faculty Award 2008
  • National Institutes of Health Ruth L. Kirschstein Postdoctoral Fellow 2004-2006

Mailing Address

  • Aaron M. Massari, University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry
  • B-12, 139 Smith Hall, 207 Pleasant St SE
  • Minneapolis, MN 55455-0431