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Michael A. Carpenter, Ph.D.

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School of Nanosciences State University of New York, Albany, Albany, NY, United States 
Area:
Nanoscience
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Parents

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James M. Farrar grad student 1992-1996 Rochester
 (Crossed beam studies on the dynamics of proton and hydrogen/deuterium atom transfer reactions)
Paul L. Houston post-doc 1996-1998 Cornell

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Phillip H. Rogers grad student 2009 SUNY Albany
Nicholas Joy grad student 2013 SUNY Albany
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Potyrailo RA, Brewer J, Cheng B, et al. (2020) Bio-inspired gas sensing: boosting performance with sensor optimization guided by "machine learning". Faraday Discussions
Houlihan NM, Carpenter MA. (2020) Morpho-Butterfly Inspired Lamella-based Optical Sensors for Measuring Percent Level Concentrations of H2 and CO with Au and CeO2 Mrs Advances. 1-11
Rossi VAV, Carpenter MA. (2020) Reusable polystyrene wafer coating as an antiadhesive layer for PDMS thin film production Materials Letters. 262: 127045
Banu L, Potyrailo RA, Carpenter MA. (2019) Kinetics Analysis of Multichannel Hydrogen Reactions on Plasmonic-Based Au–GdC Thin-Film Nanocomposites Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 123: 17925-17932
Houlihan N, Karker N, Potyrailo RA, et al. (2018) High sensitivity plasmonic sensing of hydrogen over a broad dynamic range using catalytic Au-CeO2 thin film nanocomposites. Acs Sensors
Potyrailo RA, Karker N, Carpenter MA, et al. (2018) Multivariable bio-inspired photonic sensors for non-condensable gases Journal of Optics. 20: 24006
Karker N, Dharmalingam G, Carpenter MA. (2017) Harsh Environment Compatible Plasmonics Based Chemical Sensors Sensors
Karker NA, Carpenter MA. (2017) High figure of merit hydrogen sensor using multipolar plasmon resonance modes Sensors and Actuators B-Chemical. 252: 385-390
Dharmalingam G, Carpenter MA. (2017) Chemical sensing dependence on metal oxide thickness for high temperature plasmonics-based sensors Sensors and Actuators B-Chemical. 251: 1104-1111
Zhao Z, Rossi VAV, Baltrus JP, et al. (2016) Ag Nanoparticles Supported on Yttria-Stabilized Zirconia: A Synergistic System within Redox Environments The Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 120: 5020-5032
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