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Principal Investigator, Assistant Professor in Chemistry

  • B.S. & M.S. CPE Lyon, France 2009

  • Ph.D. The University of California, Berkeley, 2014

  • ETH Postdoctoral Fellow, ETH Zurich, 2014-2017

Office: Room 638, Marvel Hall

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Postdoctoral Researcher

  • B.S. Qingdao, China, 2010

  • Ph.D. East China University of Science and Technology, 2015

  • Postdoc, UC Riverside, USA, 2015-2017

Office: Room 648, Marvel Hall

Lab: Room 654, Marvel Hall

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Postdoctoral Researcher

  • M.S. University of Pune, India, 2012

  • Ph.D. CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory, India, 2018

  • Postdoc. UCLA, USA, 2018-2019

Office: Room 648, Marvel Hall

Lab: Room 654, Marvel Hall

Dr. Aslam Shaikh

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Postdoctoral Researcher

  • B.S. University Joseph Fourier, France, 2014 

  • Ph.D. Univesity of Grenoble Alpes, France, 2017

  • Postdoc, Ecole Polytechnique, France, 2018-2019

Office: Room 648, Marvel Hall

Lab: Room 654, Marvel Hall

Dr. Jules Moutet

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3rd Year Graduate Student

  • B.S. University of Texas in El Paso, 2013

  • M.S. University of Texas in El Paso, 2017

Office: Room 644, Marvel Hall

Lab: Room 654, Marvel Hall

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2nd Year Graduate Student

  • B.S. University of Kelaniya Sri Lanka, 2017

Office: Room 644, Marvel Hall

Lab: Room 654, Marvel Hall

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2nd Year Graduate Student

  • B.Pharm. University of Dhaka, 2014

  • M.Pharm. University of Dhaka, 2015

Office: Room 648, Marvel Hall

Lab: Room 654, Marvel Hall

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1st Year Graduate Student

Office: Room 648, Marvel Hall

Lab: Room 654, Marvel Hall

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Undergraduate Student

Expected graduation: Spring 2020

Office: Room 648, Marvel Hall

Lab: Room 654, Marvel Hall

Open position: Postdoctoral Research Associates

There are openings for qualified, motivated postdoctoral researchers with expertise in synthetic inorganic chemistry and considerable experience in either manipulating air-sensitive compounds using glovebox and Schlenk techniques or in solid-state synthetic methods. 

Please send (tgianetti@email.arizona.edu) a single PDF with the following for consideration:

  • A cover letter indicating your research interests, motivation for joining the group, and career goals.

  • A current CV including a complete list of publications.

  • A 2-page summary of research accomplishments.

  • Reprints of your most significant publication(s) to date (up to 3).

Please also be prepared to send three letters of reference on request.

Thomas L. Gianetti
Assistant Professor
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Arizona.
CSML 638, 1306 E. University Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85719
Office: +1 520 626 3609

email: tgianetti@arizona.edu