Mary Galvin

Mary Galvin

Structure-Property Relationships of Materials

Biography

2015-present
Dean, College of Science; Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Notre Dame
2013-2015
Director, Division of Materials Research, National Science Foundation
2010-2013
Program Manager, National Science Foundation
2009-2010
Program Manager, Materials Chemistry, Basic Energy Sciences, US Department of Energy
2005-2009
Member of Technology Leadership Team, Air Products and Chemicals
2004-2007
Distinguished Professor of Materials Science, University of Delaware
1998-2004
Professor of Materials Science, University of Delaware
1993-1998
Distinguished Member of Technical Staff, Bell Laboratories
1984-1993
Member of Technical Staff, Bell Laboratories
1984
Sc.D. in Polymers/Materials Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1982
M.S. in Polymers/Materials Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1973
B.A. in Chemistry, Manhattanville College

Selected Awards

2012
Director's Award for Collaborative Integration, National Science Foundation
2008-2009
Member of the Board of Directors, Materials Research Society
1999
Fellow of the American Physical Society

Research Interests

Dean Galvin has established research programs on the structure and property relationships that govern the performance of organic materials in light-emitting diodes (LEDs), photovoltaic cells and thin film transistors. She has co-authored many publications in this area as well as on inorganic/organic nanocomposites and polymer blends and has given numerous invited talks at national and international meetings. She currently holds five U.S. patents.

Contact Information

  • William K. Warren Foundation Dean, College of Science; Professor
  • Office: 215 Jordan Hall
  • Phone: 574-631-6456
  • Send an email

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