Cherie Kagan

Stephen J. Angello Professor
Electrical and Systems Engineering (ESE)
Materials Science and Engineering (MSE)

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Honors and Awards:  IBM Outstanding Technical Achievement Award - 2005, ACS Selected in Top 12 Young Women at the Forefront of Chemistry - 2002, MIT Technology Review TR10 - 2000

Research Expertise: Nanostructured Materials | Energy

Cherie uses chemistry's chemical flexibility to tailor the physical properties of nanostructured and organic materials and their devices. She combines spatially and temporally resolved spectroscopies and electrical techniques to characterize charge and excitonic processes and leverages these insights to guide the design and integration of nanoscale and organic devices. These devices impact low-cost and flexible macro- and nanoelectronics, solar photovoltaics, and nanophotonics.

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Education:
PhD Materials Science & Engineering 1996 - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
BSE Materials Science & Engineering 1991 - University of Pennsylvania
BA Mathematics 1991 - University of Pennsylvania


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