DiMagno

  • Fuel Cells
  • C-H Activation
  • Biofuel Reforming
  • Sythetic Dehydrogenases
  • Catalysis
  • Fluorine Chemistry
  • Imaging Agents

A graduate or postdoctoral student in my group can expect to receive training in organic synthesis, catalysis, physical organic chemistry, spectroscopy, and theory and significant exposure to one or more of the following specialties: fluorine chemistry, organometallic chemistry, kinetics, density functional theory, combinatorial catalyst development.


Stephen G. DiMagno

 

Professor
Hamilton Hall 818C
402.472.9895
sdimagno1@unl.edu

Educational Background
Postdoctoral Research, University of Pennsylvania
Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley
B.A. Swarthmore College


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Current Group Members

Graduate Students

Jayson
Jayson Kempinger

Ethan
Ethan Linstad

Jordan
Jordan Veness

Bill
Bill Miller

Katelyenn
Katelyenn McCauley

 

Post-Doc Group Members

Bao
Bao Hu

 

Former Group Members

Former Group Members

DrSun

Research Assistant Professor
Dr. Haoran Sun

 

Linlin
Sara Hitchcock, M.S.

 

Linlin
Kiel Neumann, Ph.D.

 

Linlin
Joseph Graskemper, M.S.

 

Linlin
Linlin Qin, Ph.D.

 

Bijia Wang
Bijia Wang, Ph.D.

 



Stephen G. DiMagno

Professor

University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Department of Chemistry
818C HAH
Lincoln NE 68588-0304

E-mail: sdimagno1@unl.edu

Off: (402) 472 9895
Lab: (402) 472 0068