STEIN RESEARCH GROUP

POROUS SOLIDS — NANOCOMPOSITES — SELF-ASSEMBLED FRAMEWORKS


 


Andreas Stein

Department of Chemistry, University of Minnesota
219 Smith Hall, 207 Pleasant St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Phone: (612) 624-1802,
Fax: (612) 626-7541
E-mail: a-stein@umn.edu
www.chem.umn.edu/groups/stein


< Short Biography >

 

 
            

Professional Experience:
• Professor, University of Minnesota, Dept. of Chemistry, 2003-present
• Visiting Professor, Fudan University, Shanghai, China, Dept. of Chemistry, 2005
• Visiting Professor, University of British Columbia, Dept. of Chemistry, 2004-2005
• Associate Professor, University of Minnesota, Dept. of Chemistry, 2000-2003
• Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota, Dept. of Chemistry, 1994-2000
• Postdoctoral Fellow, Pennsylvania State University, Dept. of Chemistry
Advisor: T. E. Mallouk, 1993-1994
• NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Texas, Austin, Dept. of Chemistry
Advisor: T. E. Mallouk, 1992-1993
• NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow, Bayer AG, Germany, Corporate Research
Advanced Inorganic Materials Department, 1991-1992
• Research Intern, Shell Canada Ltd., Calgary Research Center, 1984, 1985.
• Research Intern, Alberta Research Council, Coal Research Dept., 1984-1985.

Education:
• Ph.D. (Physical chemistry, 1991, University of Toronto, G. A. Ozin):
Synthesis, Characterization and Opto-Electronic Properties of Sodalite-Encapsulated Insulators, Semiconductor-Components and Metals
• M.Sc. (Physical chemistry, 1988, University of Toronto, G. A. Ozin): Silver Sodalites
• B.Sc. (Honours, applied chemistry, 1986, University of Calgary, R. A. Kydd, S. A. Hinman):
In-Situ FT-IR Spectroscopy of Oxidation Processes of Acetate Ions in Solutions

Awards:
• Distinguished McKnight University Professorship (2008-2013)
• Merck Professorship in Chemistry (2007-2008)
• Listed as Highly Cited Materials Scientist in Thomson Scientific's ISIHighlyCited.com (2007)
• McKnight Land-Grant Professorship (1997-1999)
• DuPont Young Professor Grant (1997-2000)
• NSF CAREER Award (1997-2002)
• David & Lucile Packard Fellowship in Science & Engineering (1996-2001)
• 3M Non-Tenured Faculty Grant (1995-2000)
• NSERC Post-Doctoral Scholarship (1991-1993)
• NSERC 1967 Science and Engineering Scholarship (1986-1990)
• University of Toronto Open Fellowship (1990)
• The Society of Chemical Industry Merit Award (1986)
• Lash Miller Scientific Travel Award (1986)
• Hoechst Canada Inc. Scholarship (1985)
• Sulphur Industry Prize (Univ. of Calgary, 1985)
• Chemical Institute of Canada Medal (1984)
• Louise McKinney Post-Secondary Scholarships (1982, 1983, 1985)

Professional Activities:
Member, American Chemical Society, Materials Research Society, Electrochemical Society, U of MN MRSEC & IPRIME

Specialty Areas:
Porous materials, nanocomposites, solid state chemistry, zeolite chemistry, molecular self-assembly, photonic materials, energy storage materials