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Garrison  Crouch

Garrison Crouch

Email: gcrouch@nd.edu

Phone: 574-631-1835

Office: 325 Stinson-Remick Hall

Education

B.S., University of Southern California, 2014

Biography

NASA Space Technology Research Fellow 2016

Bohn Research Group

  • Bimetallic atomic-scale junctions (ASJs) for chemical sensing, memristive computing, and metamaterials applications
  • Diffusion and redox cycling in zero-mode waveguide nanopores with correlated fluorescence imaging
Previously:


  • Synthesized low-PDI polymers and block copolymers for coating photonic microtoroid resonators using styrene, methyl acrylate, methyl methacrylate, HEMA, and DMAEMA
  • Explored active, pH-sensitive polymer and pi-conjugated helicene coatings

Broadcom Corporation

  • Test Engineer in Physical Layer Device Verification and Testing Team in the Switching Group
  • Tested pre-production network hardware 

Summary of Activities/Interests

Nanotechnology is, at its core, the overlap between chemistry, physics, and engineering. I am fascinated by the challenge of using nano-scale phenomena to enhance and enrich life in ways never before possible. My research, starting with Broadcom Corp. through the Armani Group at USC and now the Bohn Group at Notre Dame, has given me a background in a wide range of areas including networking, programming, chemistry, and chemical and electrical engineering.

In my free time, I enjoy pursing my hobbies of archery, photography, and music. I began studying piano performance and composition at the age of 5, and continued taking classes in jazz piano and classical organ performance through the Thornton School of Music at USC. 

News

Crouch to Receive NASA Space Technology Research Fellowship

July 21, 2016

Garrison Crouch, a graduate student in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, has been awarded a NASA Space Technology Research Fellowship.

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