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University of Connecticut College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Department of Chemistry

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Gregory A. Sotzing


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    • University of Connecticut
      Department of Chemistry
      55 North Eagleville Road
      Storrs, CT 06269


  1. Postdoctoral Fellow, California Institute of Technology, 1997-99
  2. Ph.D. University of Florida
  3. B.S. Mary Washington College

Research Interests

  1. Electrochromic Polymers: polymers that change color as a function of adding or removing charge. Development of these materials is underway involving organic, analytical, and device fabrication. Design of polymers that allow various color transitions such as blue to colorless, red to colorless and green to colorless, without sacrificing polymer processability. Electrochromic solid-state fabric has been made for a host of applications. DNA Nanomaterials: white light emitting DNA nanofibers have been prepared via electrospinning and proper choice of donor and acceptor for Förster resonance energy transfer.