Prof. Jared Delcamp
Practiced organic synthesis under John Anthony at the University of Kentucky (B.S.) and organometallic chemistry with M. Christina White at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (Ph.D.). Practiced dye-solar cell device fabrication and small molecule dye design at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology with Michael Grätzel (postdoc). Practiced organometallic chemistry with Seth Marder at Georgia Tech (postdoc).
The team he leads is focused on artificial photosynthesis, low light and tandem photovoltaics, and NIR/SWIR fluorophores at Ole Miss. He is currently working on polymers for high temperature ceramics at Air Force Research Labs as part of UES while remote mentoring current students.
The conversion of solar energy to electrical and chemical energies.
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Advisor: Michael Grätzel
Synthesis of NIR dyes for dye-sensitized applications.
Proaromatic, cross-conjugted and strong surface binding materials for dye-sensitized solar cells and NIR fluorescent materials.
The design of organometallic catalysts for the photocatalytic and electrocatalytic conversion of CO2 into usable carbon-based fuels.
University of Illinois
PhD in Chemistry
Advisor: M. Christina White
University of Kentucky
B.S. in Chemistry
Advisor: John Anthony
Georgia Institute of Technology
Advisor: Seth R. Marder
Synthesis of components for the development of high voltage dye-sensitized solar cells.