Jonathan Spanier
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Drexel/Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Research Overview:  Professor Spanier’s current research interests include the synthesis of, and collective electronic, optical and functional properties in individual single- and multi-component inorganic nanostructures, and in thin-film materials and devices. Professor Spanier’s group applies a variety of experimental methods, including variable-temperature and multi-channel scanning proximal probes, Raman scattering spectroscopy, and high-resolution electron and ion-beam microscopy and nano-fabrication.

Jonathan Spanier's Recent Publications

Ph.D. Columbia University (2001)
BA Drew University

Honors and Awards:
US Army Research Office (ARO) Young Investigator Award in 2004 - Nano-Bio Interface Innovation Award (2005) - Outstanding Research Award in the Department of Materials Science & Engineering at Drexel (2007) - Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) for 2006