Glen P. Miller
University of New Hampshire
Glen P. Miller is a Professor of Organic Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry at the University of New Hampshire. The Miller group conducts research at the intersections of synthetic and physical-organic chemistries and nanotechnology. We have active programs in each of the following areas: (1) fullerene and carbon nanotube chemistries including polyamine hydogenations and Diels-Alder reactions; (2) scanning probe microscopy (SPM) based nanomanufacturing including field assisted nanopatterning (FAN) and electromechanical assembly; (3) directed self-assembly of functionalized fullerenes and multifunctional compounds; (4) synthesis of single-walled nanotubular compounds with uniform, tunable dimensions and properties; (5) synthesis and characterization of persistent acenes; (6) studies of CH—pi and pi-pi interactions involving fullerenes.
Co-Chairing the symposium on Manufacturing at the Nanoscale; Overcoming Barriers to Commercialization