Jenn M. Amador

Graduate student in the Douglas Keszler lab at Oregon State University

University of Utah (BS Chemistry)
Oregon State University (PhD Chemistry, in progress)


Jenn serves as team lead for the Center for Sustainable Materials Chemistry (CSMC) Nanopatterning thrust.  

She is a Lens of the Market alum, and a former CSMC Innovation Fellow and Pivotal Scholar. 

Recent Publications

Goberna-Ferrón, S.; Park, D.-H.; Amador, J. M.; Keszler, D. A; Nyman, M. (2016), Amphoteric Aqueous Hafnium Cluster Chemistry. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed..

Hou, Y.; Fast, D. B.; Ruther, R. E.; Amador, J. M.; Fullmer, L. B.; Decker, S. R.; Zakharov, L. N.; Dolgos, M. R.; Nyman, M., The atomic level journey from aqueous polyoxometalate to metal oxide. Journal of Solid State Chemistry 2015, 221, 418-425.

Amador, J. M.; Decker, S. R.; Lucchini, S. E.; Ruther, R. E.; Keszler, D. A. In Patterning chemistry of HafSOx resist, Advances in Patterning Materials and Processes XXXI, San Jose, CA, March 27, 2014; Wallow, T. I.; Hohle, C. K., Eds. San Jose, CA, 2014; pp 90511A-90511A-90516.