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Matt Law

Matt Law

Assistant Professor, Chemistry Department

UC Irvine

Professor Matt Law joined the Chemistry Department at the University of California, Irvine in 2008. He received his Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of California, Berkeley in 2006, where he investigated the synthesis, properties, and device applications of oxide nanowires under the direction of Professor Peidong Yang. For this work, he was named a 2005 Young Investigator by the Division of Inorganic Chemistry of the American Chemical Society and was awarded the 2006 IUPAC Prize for Young Chemists. His postdoctoral research with Professor Arthur Nozik at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory focused on the development of quantum dot solar cells and photoelectrochemical water-splitting devices. Professor Law’s research interests are driven by the challenges of energy conversion and storage, chemical sensing, pollution remediation, and the conservation of biodiversity. He has published thirty papers (cited over 4000 times) and five patents. His group at UC Irvine synthesizes and studies nanostructured materials and devices for solar energy utilization.
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