Faculty Mentor: Professor Kenneth Poeppelmeier
Steven Flynn received an A.B. in chemistry from Princeton University. His research work is currently focused on investigating structural and chemical features that control transparency and conductivity in oxides. This research involves synthesis and characterization of polycrystalline materials, and is important for use in future applications, such as cheaper and more efficient photovoltaic devices.
- Ali, M. N.; Schoop, L. M.; Xiong, J.; Flynn, S. M.; Gibson, Q. D.; Hirschberger, M.; Ong, N.P.; and Cava, R. J., EPL (Europhysics Letters) 2015, 110(6), 67002.
- Ali, M. N.; Xiong, J.; Flynn, S. M.; Tao, J.; Gibson, Q. D.; Schoop, L. M.; Liang, T.; Haldolaarachchige, N.; Hirschberger, M.; Ong, N. P.; Cava, R. J., Nature 2014 , 514(7521), 205-208
- Cynthia M. Kanno, C. M.; Sanders, R. L.; Flynn, S. M.; Lessard, G.; Myneni. S. C. B., Environmental Science & Technology 2014 48(10), 5798-5807