Rinehart, Jeffrey
Inorganic, materials, and magnetochemistry

Contact Information
Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Office: Pacific Hall 4100E
Phone: 858-822-6610
Email: jrinehart@ucsd.edu
Web: rinehartgroup.ucsd.edu
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Education
2010 Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
2005 B.A., Cornell University
Awards and Academic Honors
2012
2012 Young Investigator Award
2012
2012 EERE Postdoctoral Research Fellowship
Research Interests
The Rinehart Group applies the synthetic and physical techniques of colloidal nanochemistry to study single-domain properties of high-coercivity magnetic materials. Magnetic materials are essential to many green energy technologies from hybrid car motors to wind turbine generators. They also play vital roles in consumer, transportation, military, and computing technologies. By isolating and studying single magnetic domains, the interplay of intrinsic and extrinsic properties can be systematically understood, leading to a new generation of application-tailored magnetic materials.
Primary Research Area
Inorganic Chemistry
Interdisciplinary interests
Synthesis
Materials