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Michael R. Wasielewski

Affiliations: 
Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
Area:
photoinduced electron transfer and charge transport in organic molecules and materials, artificial and natural photosynthesis, self-assembly of nanoscale materials, spin dynamics of multispin organic molecules, materials for molecule-based optoelectronics
Website:
http://www.chemistry.northwestern.edu/faculty/michael-wasielewski.html
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http://chemgroups.northwestern.edu/wasielewski/group/mrw.html

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Parents

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Leon M. Stock grad student 1975 Chicago
 (Spin delocalization in paramagnetic organic molecules)
Ronald Charles David Breslow post-doc Columbia
Joseph J. Katz post-doc Argonne National Laboratory

Children

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Aaron S. Lukas grad student 2001 Northwestern
Ryan T. Hayes grad student 2002 Northwestern
Michael J. Fuller grad student 2004 Northwestern
Louise E. Sinks grad student 2004 Northwestern
Michael J. Ahrens grad student 2005 Northwestern
Emily A. Weiss grad student 2000-2005 (Physics Tree)
Erin T. Chernick grad student 2006 Northwestern
Jovan M. Giaimo grad student 2006 Northwestern
Zachary E. Dance grad student 2007 Northwestern
Randall H. Goldsmith grad student 2007 Northwestern
Richard F. Kelley grad student 2007 Northwestern
Emilie M. Giacobbe grad student 2009 Northwestern
Qixi Mi grad student 2009 Northwestern
Amy M. Scott grad student 2009 Northwestern
Joshua A. Vura-Weis grad student 2009 Northwestern
Thea M. Wilson grad student 2009 Northwestern
Annie B. Ricks grad student 2010 Northwestern
Michael T. Colvin grad student 2011 Northwestern
Sarah M. Conron grad student 2011 Northwestern
Victoria L. Gunderson grad student 2011 Northwestern
Kelly M. Lefler grad student 2013 Northwestern
Michael T. Vagnini grad student 2013 Northwestern
Brad S. Veldkamp grad student 2013 Northwestern
Gary P. Wiederrecht post-doc 1992-1995 Argonne National Laboratory
Michael J. Tauber post-doc 2003-2005 Northwestern
Tomas Solomek post-doc 2015-2017 Northwestern

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Benjamin Rudshteyn collaborator 2017-2018 Northwestern
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Chen M, Krzyaniak MD, Nelson JN, et al. (2019) Quintet-triplet mixing determines the fate of the multiexciton state produced by singlet fission in a terrylenediimide dimer at room temperature. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Papadopoulos I, Zirzlmeier J, Hetzer C, et al. (2019) Varying the inter-pentacene electronic coupling to tune singlet fission. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Yu CJ, Krzyaniak MD, Fataftah MS, et al. (2019) A concentrated array of copper porphyrin candidate qubits. Chemical Science. 10: 1702-1708
Ross MO, Fisher OS, Morgada MN, et al. (2019) Formation and electronic structure of an atypical Cu site. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Olshansky JH, Young RM, Wasielewski MR. (2019) Charge Separation and Recombination Pathways in Diblock DNA Hairpins. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B
Olshansky JH, Krzyaniak MD, Young RM, et al. (2019) Photogenerated Spin-Entangled Qubit (Radical) Pairs in DNA Hairpins: Observation of Spin Delocalization and Coherence. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Nalluri SKM, Zhou J, Cheng T, et al. (2018) Discrete Dimers of Redox-Active and Fluorescent Perylene Diimide-Based Rigid Isosceles Triangles in the Solid State. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Cai K, Lipke MC, Liu Z, et al. (2018) Molecular Russian dolls. Nature Communications. 9: 5275
Mandal A, Chen M, Foszcz E, et al. (2018) Two-Dimensional Electronic Spectroscopy Reveals Excitation Energy-Dependent State Mixing during Singlet Fission in a Terrylenediimide Dimer. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Nelson JN, Zhang J, Zhou J, et al. (2018) Effect of Electron-Nuclear Hyperfine Interactions on Multiple Quantum Coherences in Photogenerated Covalent Radical (Qubit) Pairs. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A
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