Principal Investigator


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Karin Ruhlandt


kruhland@syr.edu
phone: 315-443-1306
fax: 315-443-4070
Office: CST 3-014C
Distinguished Professor
Dean of College of Arts and Sciences


Education:
•  Vordiplom, 1986, Philipps-Universität-Marburg, Germany
•  Dr. rer. nat., 1991, Philipps-Universität-Marburg, Germany
•  Postdoctoral Fellow, 1990-1991, University of California, Davis
Honors & Awards:
•  Fulbright Fellowship, 2013
•  Chancellor's Citation for Excellence, 2012
•  NSF Career Award, 1997
•  Karcher Lectureship, University of Oklahoma
•  Visiting Professor, Monash University, Australia, 2003
•  Visiting Professor, University of Auckland, New Zealand, 2003
Courses:
•  CHE 109/119: General Chemistry, Honors & Majors
•  CHE 129/139: General Chemistry Laboratory, Honors & Majors
•  CHE 411/611: Inorganic Chemistry
•  CHE 422/622: Inorganic Laboratory Techniques
•  CHE 600: Inorganic Chemistry of Main Group Elements


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Res. Asst. Prof.


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Miriam M. Gillett-Kunnath


E-mail: migillett@syr.edu 
Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Notre Dame (South Bend, IN)
Ph. D. in Chemistry, Syracuse University
 B.S. in Chemistry, Le Moyne College (Syracuse, NY)


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Collaborators


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Damian G Allis (Computational/Theoretical Chemistry)


E-mail: dgallis@syr.edu 
Ph. D. in Chemistry, Syracuse University
B.S. in Chemistry, Syracuse University
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Graduate Students


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Catherine Lavin


E-mail: cmlavin@syr.edu 
B.S. in Chemistry, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ)

Secondary non-covalent interactions in heavy alkaline earth metal tetraarylborates


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Valerie Lopez


E-mail: valopez@syr.edu
M.S. in Chemistry, Syracuse University
B.S. in Chemistry, University of Puerto Rico (Rio Piedras, PR)
NSF-IGERT Fellow 2014-2016

Synthesis and structural studies of calcium phosphonate complexes


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Cody Webb Jr.


E-mail: ccwebbjr@syr.edu
B.S. in Chemistry, Le Moyne College (Syracuse, NY)
A.S. in Math & Science, Onondaga Community College (Syracuse, NY)

Mechanism of formation for metal-organic frameworks

Perfluoro- tert-butoxide heterobimetalic alkaline earth bismuthate complexes


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Undergraduate Students


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Josh Woods


E-mail: jowoods@syr.edu
Syracuse University '16, Chemical Engineering with a minor in Chemistry
S-block heterobimetallic pyrazolates


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Brian Wilson


E-mail: wilsonbk@lemoyne.edu
Le Moyne College '17, Chemistry/Chemical Engineering
Alkaline earth MOCVD precursors


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High School Students


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Kim La


E-mail: kimla@sry.edu
Institue of Technology at Syracuse Central  '16
Alkaline earth MOFs and MOCVD precursors


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Contact Us

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Laboratory Address and Contact Information:
 
Department of Chemistry
4-036 Center for Science and Technology
Syracuse, NY 13244-4100
t 315.443.3117 | e kruhland@syr.edu 
t 315.443.2925 | e chemistry@syr.edu

Collaborators

forensic science
  • Professor Helmut Sitzmann, Technical University Kaiserslautern, Germany
  • Professor Frank Uhlig, Technical University, Graz, Austria
  • Professor Matthias Westerhausen, University of Jena Germany
  • Professor Glen Deacon, Monash University, Clayton, Australia
  • Professor Arnold Adam, Technical University, Clausthal, Germany