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EE Nanotechnology | Fellows|NSF GK-12
Caitlin is a student going for a Masters in Environmental Engineering with a main focus in research of the examination of fuel cells operating with biogas produced in the process of cleaning municipal wastewater.

Caitlin Lefebre

Caitlin is a student going for a Masters in Environmental Engineering with a main focus in research of the examination of fuel cells operating with biogas produced in the process of cleaning municipal wastewater.
Major Professor: Dr. David Bagley
| clefebvr@uwyo.edu
Andrew is a Ph.D candidate in Physics with a main focus in the investigation of energy band alignment in dye-sensitized solar cell and quantum-dot-sensitized solar cell nanoscale devices and their application toward better solar cell efficiencies

Andrew Yost

Andrew is a Ph.D candidate in Physics with a main focus in the investigation of energy band alignment in dye-sensitized solar cell and quantum-dot-sensitized solar cell nanoscale devices and their application toward better solar cell efficiencies
Major Professor: Dr. TeYu Chien
| ayost@uwyo.edu
Andrew is a Masters student in Chemical Engineering.  He is researching the use of inorganic sorbents to remove containments from produced water of oil and gas wells.

Andrew Jacobson

Andrew is a Masters student in Chemical Engineering. He is researching the use of inorganic sorbents to remove containments from produced water of oil and gas wells.
Major Professor: Dr. Maohong Fan
| ajacobs8@uwyo.edu
Wade is a Ph.D candidate in Chemistry.  His research focus is in

K. Wade Elliot

Wade is a Ph.D candidate in Chemistry. His research focus is in
Major Professor: Dr. Varga
| kelliot8@uwyo.edu
Ted Kraus is a Ph.D candidate in Chemistry with a research focus in

Ted Kraus

Ted Kraus is a Ph.D candidate in Chemistry with a research focus in
Major Professor: Dr. Parkinson
| traus2@uwyo.edu
Trevor is a Masters student in Chemical Engineering.  His main research is in creating and testing new nanocatalysts for water gas shift and steam reforming reactions

Trevor LeValley

Trevor is a Masters student in Chemical Engineering. His main research is in creating and testing new nanocatalysts for water gas shift and steam reforming reactions
Major Professor: Dr. Maohong Fan
| tlevall1@uwyo.edu
Urice is a Ph.D student in Chemistry researching making Quantum Dots with different properties for use in QD sensitized solar cells - nanocrystals

Urice Tohgha

Urice is a Ph.D student in Chemistry researching making Quantum Dots with different properties for use in QD sensitized solar cells - nanocrystals
Major Professor: Dr. M. Balaz
| utohgha@uwyo.edu
Cassandra Watts is a second year Ph. D student doing research in Solid State Inorganic Chemistry and Nanotechnology.  Cassandra is from Chicago.  NSF Fellow 2012 - present

Cassandra Watts

Cassandra Watts is a second year Ph. D student doing research in Solid State Inorganic Chemistry and Nanotechnology. Cassandra is from Chicago. NSF Fellow 2012 - present
Major Professor: Dr. Brian Leonard
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Ashley Driscoll is a Ph.D candidate in Chemical Engineering.  Ashley was an active member of Science Posse for the last two years.  Her research project  is the optimization of a multi-analyte bioassay platform utilizing surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) for detection

Ashley Driscoll

Ashley Driscoll is a Ph.D candidate in Chemical Engineering. Ashley was an active member of Science Posse for the last two years. Her research project is the optimization of a multi-analyte bioassay platform utilizing surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) for detection
Major Professor: Dr. Patrick Johnson
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Logan Gradisher is from Gillette, Wyoming working toward a Master's degree in Chemical Engineering.  His  research is in water-gas shift catalysts focusing on rare earth metals.

Logan Gradisher

Logan Gradisher is from Gillette, Wyoming working toward a Master's degree in Chemical Engineering. His research is in water-gas shift catalysts focusing on rare earth metals.
Dr. Maohong Fan is his major advisor
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Rob is a Master's student in Electrical and Computer Engineering working on sensor programs.  Robert is the Wyoming Engineering Society Student Engineer of the year 2011.  Rob is from Saratoga, Wyoming..

Robert Streeter

Rob is a Master's student in Electrical and Computer Engineering working on sensor programs. Robert is the Wyoming Engineering Society Student Engineer of the year 2011. Rob is from Saratoga, Wyoming..
Major Professor: Dr. Cameron Wright
| rstreete@uwyo.edu
Bryce Dutcher is a 2nd year PhD student in Chemical Engineering.  His research is in Carbon Capture using solid chemical sorbents.  Bryce hails from Newcastle, Wyoming.

Bryce Dutcher

Bryce Dutcher is a 2nd year PhD student in Chemical Engineering. His research is in Carbon Capture using solid chemical sorbents. Bryce hails from Newcastle, Wyoming.

| bdutch@uwyo.edu
Siguna is a PhD student in BioMedical Sciences researching the genetic code.  Siguna has a PhD in Math.  She is from Austria.

Siguna Mueller

Siguna is a PhD student in BioMedical Sciences researching the genetic code. Siguna has a PhD in Math. She is from Austria.
Major Professor: Dr. Don Roth
| smuller@uwyo.edu
Corin Chepko is a PhD student in Physics.  Corin does research in the thermoelectric properties of materials.  Corin is from Grand Junction, Colorado.

Corin Chepko

Corin Chepko is a PhD student in Physics. Corin does research in the thermoelectric properties of materials. Corin is from Grand Junction, Colorado.
Major Professor: Jinke Tang
| cchepko@uwyo.edu
Philip is a second year PhD student in Chemistry.  His research is on metal ligands and hydrogen and oxygen production through catalysts.

Philip Miller

Philip is a second year PhD student in Chemistry. His research is on metal ligands and hydrogen and oxygen production through catalysts.
Major Professor: Dr. Mark Mehn
| pmille27@uwyo.edu
Scott is a graduate student in physics whose research interests include fabrication and measurement of nano-scale electrical devices. He is originally from Boston, Massachusetts and completed his B.S. in physics at the Universtiy of Hartford in Hartford, Connecticut. His most recent project involved creating transistors using single nanowire channels.

F. Scott Maloney

Scott is a graduate student in physics whose research interests include fabrication and measurement of nano-scale electrical devices. He is originally from Boston, Massachusetts and completed his B.S. in physics at the Universtiy of Hartford in Hartford, Connecticut. His most recent project involved creating transistors using single nanowire channels.
Major Professor: Dr.Wenyong Wang
| fmaloney@uwyo.edu
Leondra Lawson is a second year Masters student in Analytic Chemistry.  She was a NSF Summer Research Fellow in 2012.  Leondra is from Jackson State University in Jackson, Mississippi.  Her research internship was with Dr. Mark Mehn.

Leondra Lawson

Leondra Lawson is a second year Masters student in Analytic Chemistry. She was a NSF Summer Research Fellow in 2012. Leondra is from Jackson State University in Jackson, Mississippi. Her research internship was with Dr. Mark Mehn.

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Aisha Reed was a NSF Summer Research  Fellow with E E Nanotechnology for the summer of 2012.  Aisha is a second year Master's student from Jackson State University in Jackson, Mississippi studying Analytic Chemistry.  She worked with Dr. Milan Balaz.

Aisha Reed

Aisha Reed was a NSF Summer Research Fellow with E E Nanotechnology for the summer of 2012. Aisha is a second year Master's student from Jackson State University in Jackson, Mississippi studying Analytic Chemistry. She worked with Dr. Milan Balaz.

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Alyssa is a PhD student in Chemistry.  Alyssa was a Fellow Spring 2011.

Alyssa Pearson

Alyssa is a PhD student in Chemistry. Alyssa was a Fellow Spring 2011.
Major Professor:
| apearso2@uwyo.edu
Dylan is a PhD student in Chemistry.  Dylan was a Fellow spring semster 2011.  He will graduate fall semester 2011.

Dylan Houghton

Dylan is a PhD student in Chemistry. Dylan was a Fellow spring semster 2011. He will graduate fall semester 2011.
Major Professor: Dr.Mark Mehn
| dhoughto@uwyo.edu
DAvid was an NSF Fellow from November 2010 through June 2012.  He graduated in summer 2012  with a Master's in Chemical Engineering and is currently working for Shell Oil Company in Pennsylvania

David Herr

DAvid was an NSF Fellow from November 2010 through June 2012. He graduated in summer 2012 with a Master's in Chemical Engineering and is currently working for Shell Oil Company in Pennsylvania
Major Professor: Dr. Maohong Fan
| dnherr@uwyo.edu
Mark was an NSF Fellow from Nov. 2010 through May 2012. He graduated with a Master's in Chemical Engineering in May, 2012.  He is currently working for Baker-Hughes in Texas

Mark Bentley

Mark was an NSF Fellow from Nov. 2010 through May 2012. He graduated with a Master's in Chemical Engineering in May, 2012. He is currently working for Baker-Hughes in Texas
Major Professor: Dr. Maohong Fan
| mbentle1@uwyo.edu
Brandon Scott is a PhD student  in Chemistry.  His current research involves the synthesis, optimization, and modification of gold nanoparticles for sample analyses using surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) techniques.  Brandon is from Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Brandon Scott

Brandon Scott is a PhD student in Chemistry. His current research involves the synthesis, optimization, and modification of gold nanoparticles for sample analyses using surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) techniques. Brandon is from Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Major Professor: Dr.Keith Carron
| blscott@uwyo.edu

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