Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry

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Editor-in-Chief: Luis Echegoyen

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 38/59 (Chemistry Organic); 109/145 (Chemistry Physical)

Online ISSN: 1099-1395

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JPOC Award for Early Excellence

Dr. Felix Fischer

Congratulations to the 2017 Award winner: Dr. Felix Fischer

Our research focuses on the rational design, deterministic assembly, and detailed investigation of the physical phenomena emerging from quantum confinement effects in graphene nanomaterials. We pursue a highly integrated multidisciplinary program, founded on synthetic bottom-up approaches toward functional materials with precisely defined structure. We control their assembly into hierarchically ordered architectures, and evaluate inherent physical properties using modern scanning probe techniques across multiple length, time, and energy scales. The technological advancements enabled through our research have sparked the development of low-energy high-performance computing architectures, the next generation of energy conversion nanocatalysts and storage systems, and have established surface mediated chemical transformations as competent synthetic methodologies for target-directed organic synthesis.



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