We are a group of synthetic inorganic chemists who are interested in broad problems relevant to nature, energy, and new materials. We are currently recruiting new members and those interested should go to the openings tab under “The Team.”
The lab has received a second round of DOE funding to support a collaborative project aiming to advance quantum information science. Read about the highlighted project here!
Congrats on successfully defending your thesis Kate! We wish you all the best at Los Alamos National Lab!
We are happy to start 2021 with some new graduate students. Welcome to Maia and Lauren!
Additionally, check out this article about some of our recent results! Great work Norman!
2020 has been a busy summer – we’ve said goodbye to Airi and Andrew, the first graduate students in the Anderson Lab. We wish Airi the best in her new role as a Consultant at BCG, and we wish Andrew the best as he begins his post-doc at Los Alamos National Lab in the Materials Synthesis and Integrated Devices group! We will miss you both.
We’ve also welcomed Dr. Andrew Ritchhart as a new post-doc in the group – we look forward to doing some cool science!
Congrats to Andrew, who is the second student from the Anderson Lab to successfully defend his thesis over Zoom! All the best going forward!
We recently said goodbye to post-doc Ethan Hill, who will be missed by all. We wish him the best of luck starting his own lab as an Assistant Professor at Auburn University!
We have also recently welcomed a new post-doc, Jorge Martinez! Welcome to the group Jorge; we look forward to doing some fun and interesting science with you.