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Post Docs

Jordan F Corbey - Post Doctorate RA

Jordan F. Corbey earned her Ph.D. in inorganic chemistry from the University of California, Irvine. Her main research focuses on the development of analytical techniques for radiological materials that may be useful for nuclear forensic purposes as well as fundamental chemistry of the actinides.

Jordan F Corbey
(509) 375-2063
Kerry Garrett - Post Doctorate RA

Kerry Garrett currently is a postdoctoral RA with PNNL’s Nuclear Process Signatures team. At PNNL, she is modeling thermodynamic properties of epsilon particles, as well as applying both classical and ab initio molecular dynamics to better understand actinide materials.

Kerry Garrett
(509) 375-2808
William C Isley III - Post Doctorate RA

William C. Isley III earned his Ph.D. in chemistry at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Will specializes in modeling the spectroscopy and reactivity of complex macromolecular systems, ranging from molecular cages, to proteins, to porous 3-D materials.

William C Isley III
(509) 371-7809
Sean H Kessler - Post Doctorate RA

Sean Kessler earned his B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Lehigh University in 2008 and his Ph.D. from MIT in 2013. His research has spanned a wide array of topics, including mass spectrometry instrument characterization, gas-phase chemical kinetics, organic aerosol formation, and polymer processing for drug delivery.

Sean H Kessler
(509) 375-5936
Sidhant Pednekar - Post Doctorate

Sidhant Pednekar is a Ph.D. student in chemical engineering at the City College of New York. His research interests lie in the rheology of complex fluids, suspensions and multi-phase flow and he has rich simulation and computational experience.

Sidhant Pednekar
Kristi L Pellegrini - Post Doctorate RA

Kristi L. Pellegrini earned her Ph.D. from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences, University of Notre Dame. Her research focuses on the chemistry of nuclear materials and the potential to impact the field of nuclear forensics.

Kristi L Pellegrini
(509) 375-5771
Jennifer Soltis - Post Doctorate RA

Jennifer Soltis earned her Ph.D. from the Department of Chemistry, University of Minnesota. Her current work uses both cryogenic and in situ fluid cell TEM to elucidate the mechanism of nucleation and growth in nanoparticles of geochemical or radiochemical interest.

Jennifer Soltis
(509) 372-4958
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