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Christopher B. Murray

Chemistry University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Nanoscale and Inorganic Materials Chemistry
"Christopher Murray"

Dr. Murray received his B. Sc. degree in 1989 for Saint Mary’s University in Halifax Nova Scotia before spending a year as a Rotary International Fellow at the University of Auckland New Zealand. He went on to do his graduate studies in chemistry at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology supported by and NSERC Canada 1967 Fellowship. While at MIT, he worked with Professor Moungi Bawendi to developed methods for the synthesis and characterization of semiconductor nanocrystals (quantum dots) and nanocrystal superlattices earning his PhD. degree in 1995. This work on semiconductor nanocrystals was recognized with the awarding of the American Chemical Society's Nobel Laureate Signature Award selecting his thesis as the top graduate level contribution in chemical sciences in the United States and Canada. Dr. Murray was selected as the 2004 Woodward Scholar in Chemistry at Harvard University and the 2004 Debye Institute Professor at the University of Utrecht the Netherlands.

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Moungi G. Bawendi grad student 1995 MIT
 (Synthesis and characterization of II-IV quantum dots and their assembly into 3D quantum dot superlattices)


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Zac Iton research assistant Penn
Don-Hyung Ha grad student Penn (E-Tree)
Ko Dong-Kyun grad student 2011 Penn
Weon-kyu Koh grad student 2011 Penn
Xingchen Ye grad student 2006-2012 Penn
Hongseok Yun grad student 2010-2015 Penn
Mingyue Zhang grad student 2016-2018 Penn (E-Tree)
Jeffrey J. Urban post-doc Penn
Dmitri V. Talapin post-doc 2003-2005 IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center
Sen Zhang post-doc 2014-2016 Penn
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Ning Y, Yang S, Yang DB, et al. (2024) Dynamic Nanocrystal Superlattices with Thermally Triggerable Lubricating Ligands. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Choi YC, Yang S, Murray CB, et al. (2023) Thermally Reconfigurable, 3D Chiral Optical Metamaterials: Building with Colloidal Nanoparticle Assemblies. Acs Nano
Nguyen HA, Dixon G, Dou FY, et al. (2023) Design Rules for Obtaining Narrow Luminescence from Semiconductors Made in Solution. Chemical Reviews
Cai YY, Fallah A, Yang S, et al. (2023) Open- and Close-Packed, Shape-engineered Polygonal Nanoparticle Metamolecules with Tailorable Fano Resonances. Advanced Materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.). e2301323
Yang S, LaCour RA, Cai YY, et al. (2023) Self-Assembly of Atomically Aligned Nanoparticle Superlattices from Pt-FeO Heterodimer Nanoparticles. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Thompson SM, Şahin C, Yang S, et al. (2023) Red Emission from Copper-Vacancy Color Centers in Zinc Sulfide Colloidal Nanocrystals. Acs Nano
Neuhaus SJ, Marino E, Murray CB, et al. (2023) Frequency Stabilization and Optically Tunable Lasing in Colloidal Quantum Dot Superparticles. Nano Letters. 23: 645-651
Marino E, Bharti H, Xu J, et al. (2022) Nanocrystal Superparticles with Whispering-Gallery Modes Tunable through Chemical and Optical Triggers. Nano Letters
Kim D, Ndaya D, Bosire R, et al. (2022) Dynamic magnetic field alignment and polarized emission of semiconductor nanoplatelets in a liquid crystal polymer. Nature Communications. 13: 2507
Keller AW, Marino E, An D, et al. (2022) Sub-5 nm Anisotropic Pattern Transfer via Colloidal Lithography of a Self-Assembled GdF Nanocrystal Monolayer. Nano Letters
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