Inorganic

Markus Ribbe, UC Irvine; Inorganic Seminar - CANCELLED

Tue, 2014-03-25 16:00 - 17:30
Location: 

Lynch Lecture Hall; Chem. Dept.

Polly Arnold, University of Edinburgh; Special Inorganic Seminar

Fri, 2013-09-27 16:00 - 17:30
Location: 

Lych Lecture Hall, Chemistry Department

Theo Agapie, CalTech; Inorganic Seminar

Tue, 2013-08-27 16:00 - 17:30
Location: 

Lych Lecture Hall, Chemistry Department

Michel Etienne, Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination du CNRS; Inorganic Seminar

Tue, 2013-11-12 16:00 - 17:30
Location: 

Lych Lecture Hall, Chemistry Department

MacDiarmid Medal - Tobin Marks (Northwestern University), Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Tue, 2013-10-08 16:00 - 17:30
Speaker: 

Prof. Tobin J. Marks

Northwestern University

 

Interface Science of Organic Photovoltaics

Location: 

Lynch Lecture Hall, Chemistry Department

Attached Document: 

Daniel J. Mindiola

Photo: 
First Name: 
Daniel J.
Last Name: 
Mindiola
Official Title: 
Presidential Professor

Inorganic and Organometallic Synthesis, Catalysis, and Mechanistic Chemistry

Contact Information
Office Location: 
550 Chemistry
Email: 
mindiola@sas.upenn.edu
Phone: 
(215) 898-5247
Admin Support: 
Education: 

• B.S. in Chemistry with honors, Michigan State University (1996)

• Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2000)

• NIH and FORD Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Chicago (2000-02)

• Assistant Professor, Indiana University-Bloomington (2002)

• Associate Professor, Indiana University-Bloomington (2007)

• Full Professor, Indiana University-Bloomington (2010)

Research Interests: 

The Mindiola research program entails the synthesis of transition metal complexes that possess interesting coordination environments, reactive ligand scaffolds, and unusual electronic and magnetic features. Most of our efforts are devoted to the synthesis of early- and mid-transition metal complexes, especially systems that are unsaturated and reactive.  We enjoy preparing and studying transition metal radicals, in particular those of the 3d series. In addition to synthesis, we explore new reaction chemistry with small molecules and novel mechanisms in order to understand how these transformations can improve or be of importance to industrial processes. One of our themes has been the assembly of metal-complexes having metal-ligand multiple bonds and their reactivity with small saturated and unsaturated molecules. To date, the Mindiola group has produced more than 120 peer reviewed scientific contributions.

Kim Dunbar, Texas A&M University; Inorganic Seminar

Tue, 2013-09-24 16:00 - 17:30
Location: 

Lynch Room

Greg Hillhouse, University of Chicago; Inorganic Seminar

Tue, 2013-03-26 16:00 - 17:30
Location: 

Lynch Room

David Vicic, Lehigh University; Inorganic Seminar

Tue, 2013-02-12 16:00 - 17:30
Location: 

Lynch Rm.

Department of Chemistry

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