Rebecca C. Quardokus
- NRC (National Research Council) Postdoctoral Fellow at NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology), Boulder, CO
- Ph.D. in Chemistry, University of Notre Dame, 2013
- B.S. Grand Valley State University, 2007
- Engineering and reliability of two-dimensional materials, self-assembled monolayers, and electronic nano-devices
- Characterization of individual molecules involved in surface-confined reactions and polymerization
- Development of hierarchical self-assembly techniques
- Tools used include scanning tunneling microscopy, atomic force microscopy, x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, scanning electron microscopy and transmission electron microscopy.
- National Research Council Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2014-2016
- Roh and Haas Outstanding Graduate Student Award, 2013
- NSF GK-12 Graduate Fellowship, 2009-2011
- Nieuwland Graduate Fellowship, 2007
Rebecca C. Quardokus, V.K. Tewary, Frank W. DelRio, “Ullmann-like reactions for the synthesis of complex two-dimensional materials,” Nanotechnology, 27 (44), 442501, (2016).
V. K. Tewary, Rebecca C. Quardokus, and Frank W. DelRio, “Green’s function modeling of response of two-dimensional materials to point probes for scanning probe microscopy,” Physics Letters A, 380 (20), 1750 – 1756, (2016).
Rebecca C. Quardokus, Natalie A. Wasio, Ryan P. Forrest, Steven A. Corcelli, John A. Christie, Kenneth W. Henderson, and S. Alex Kandel, “Adsorption of diferrocenylacetylene on Au(111) studied by scanning tunneling microscopy,” Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 15, 6973 – 6981 (2013).
Rebecca C. Quardokus, Yuhui Lu, Natalie A. Wasio, Craig S. Lent, Frederic Justaud, and S. Alex Kandel, “Through-bond versus through-space coupling in mixed-valence molecules: Observations of electron localization at the single-molecule scale,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 134, 1710 – 1714, (2012).