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Jennifer Schaefer

Jennifer L. Schaefer

Email: Jennifer.L.Schaefer.43@nd.edu

Phone: 574-631-5114

Office: 205G McCourtney Hall


Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, Cornell University, 2014

M.Eng., B.Ch.E., Chemical Engineering, Widener University, 2008

B.S., Chemistry, Widener University, 2008


Assistant Professor, University of Notre Dame, 2015 - present                                                                                                                                           NRC Postdoctoral Fellow, National Institute of Standards and Technology, 2014 - 2015                                                                                                     Adjunct Lecturer, Tompkins Cortland Community College, 2013


L. C. Merrill and J. L. Schaefer. "Electrochemical Properties and Speciation in Mg(HMDS)2-Based Electrolytes for Magnesium Batteries as a Function of Ethereal Solvent Type and Temperature," Langmuir, ASAP. DOI: 10.1021/acs.langmuir.7b01111

S. Takeuchi, W. R. McGehee, J. L. Schaefer, T. M. Wilson, K. A. Twedt, E. H. Chang, C. L. Soles, V. P. Oleshko, and J. J. McClelland. "Editors' Choice Communication - Comparison of Nanoscale Focused Ion Beam and Electrochemical Lithiation in b-Sn Microspheres," Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 163(6), A1010-A1012, 2016.

V. P. Oleshko, J. Kim, J. L. Schaefer, S. D. Hudson, C. L. Soles, A. G. Simmonds, J. G. Griebel, R. S. Glass, K. Char, and J. Pyun. “Structural origins of enhanced capacity retention in novel copolymerized sulfur-based composite cathodes for high-energy density Li–S batteries,” MRS Communications, 5(3), 353-364, 2015.

R. Khurana, J. L. Schaefer, L. A. Archer, and G. W. Coates, “Suppression of Lithium Dendrite Growth Using Cross-Linked Polyethylene/Polyethylene Oxide Electrolytes: A New Approach for Practical Lithium-Metal Polymer Batteries,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 136(20), 7395-7402, 2014.

S. Srivastava, J. L. Schaefer, Z. Yang, Z. Tu, and L. A. Archer, “Polymer-Particle Composites: Phase Stability and Applications in Electrochemical Energy Storage,” Advanced Materials, 26(2), 201-234, 2014.

J. L. Schaefer, D. A. Yanga, and L. A. Archer, “High lithium transference number electrolytes via creation of 3-dimensional, charged, nanoporous networks from dense functionalized nanoparticle composites,” Chemistry of Materials, 25, 834-839, 2013.

J. L. Schaefer, Y. Lu, S. S. Moganty, P. Agarwal, N. Jayaprakash, and L. A. Archer, “Electrolytes for high-energy lithium batteries,” Applied Nanoscience, 2012.

J. L. Schaefer, S. S. Moganty, D. A. Yanga, and L. A. Archer, “Nanoporous hybrid electrolytes,” Journal of Materials Chemistry, 21, 10094-10101, 2011.

S. S. Moganty, N. Jayaprakash, J. L. Nugent, J. Shen, and L. A. Archer, “Ionic-liquid-tethered nanoparticles: Hybrid electrolytes,” Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 49(48), 9158-9161, 2010.

J. L. Nugent, S. S. Moganty, and L. A. Archer, “Nanoscale organic hybrid electrolytes,” Advanced Materials, 22(33), 3677-3680, 2010. 


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