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Materials

ACS Award in the Chemistry of Materials: Douglas A. Keszler

by Linda Wang
January 2, 2017 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 95, ISSUE 1

Douglas A. Keszler
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Credit: Courtesy of Douglas Keszler
Credit: Courtesy of Douglas Keszler

Sponsor: DuPont

Citation: For pioneering contributions to design and development of functional materials, including nonlinear optical crystals, transistor insulators and semiconductors, solar absorbers, and high-resolution inorganic patterning materials.

Current position: Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, Oregon State University

Education: B.S., chemistry, Southwestern Oklahoma State University; Ph.D., chemistry, Northwestern University

Keszler on the biggest challenge he’s overcome: “Persuading others to adopt new ideas and ways to approach challenges. I seek to reduce risk and barriers so researchers will support and join the effort.”

What his colleagues say: “Professor Keszler’s remarkable career has had tremendous impact with respect to development of materials chemistry and beyond.”—Rich G. Carter, Oregon State University

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