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Tyrel M. McQueen
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Department of Chemistry
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
The Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD 21218

Faculty member of the Institute for Quantum Matter

Tel: (410) 516-6201
E-mail: mcqueen@jhu.edu

Curriculum Vitae

Tyrel M. McQueen

Ph.D.Chemistry and MaterialsPrinceton University2009
M.A.ChemistryPrinceton University2006
B.S.ChemistryHarvey Mudd College2004

Employment

Assistant Professor of ChemistryThe Johns Hopkins University2009-present (loa 7/1/2009-5/31/2010)
Postdoctoral Research AssociateMassachusetts Institute of Technology2009-2010
Advisor: Prof. D.G. Nocera
Senior Graduate CoordinatorThe McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning2008-2009
Graduate Research AssistantPrinceton University2004-2009
Supported by NSF-GRFP
Advisor: Prof. R.J. Cava
Undergraduate Research AssistantHarvey Mudd College2001-2004
Advisor: Prof. K.K. Karukstis
Undergraduate Research AssistantOak Crest Institute of Science2002
Advisor: Dr. John Moss
Computer ConsultantCIMIT Clinic Team2001-2002
Member, American Physical Society, American Chemical Society, Sigma-Xi Scientific
Research Society, and the American Tae Kwon Do Association

Research Interests and Publications

New solid state chemistry materials design and synthesis techniques; experimental condensed matter physics, quantum magnetism, heat- and light-induced charge separation through strong electron correlations; superconductivity. An expanded description of current research can be found at http://occamy.chemistry.jhu.edu/research/index.php
List of publications available at http://occamy.chemistry.jhu.edu/publications/index.php

Honors

Harvey Mudd College Outstanding Alumni Award2014
Cottrell Scholar Award2014
Sloan Research Fellowship2014
McMillan Award2013
ACS ExxonMobil Faculty Fellowship2013
Packard Fellowship in Science and Engineering, David and Lucile Packard Foundation2012-2017
Lange Lecturer, University of California at Santa Barbara2012
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship2004-2009
Princeton University Centennial Fellowship2004-2009
Herman and Margaret Sokol Teaching Award2008
Dotty and Art Campbell Prize in Chemistry2004
William G. Sly Chemistry Prize2003
Marcella and Joel Bonsall SURF Prize2002
DOW Chemical Scholar2001
National Alliance for Excellence ALEX Award2000

Committees and Professional Activities

Chair, Materials Science Special Interest Group, American Crystallography Association2013-Present
Executive Committee, Spallation Neutron Source and High-Flux Isotope Reactor User Group (Chair)2012-Present
Executive Committee, Los Alamos Neutron Science Center User Group (Chair)2012-Present
Pharos Augmentation Science Advisory Committee, Los Alamos Neutron Science Center2011-2014
Advisor for the JHU Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society Chapter (SAACS)2010-Present
Contributer to the open-source Elk FP-LAPW code2010-2012
Event Designer and Judge for the Maryland State Science Olympiad, Division C2011
Reviewer for multiple journals, including J. Am. Chem. Soc., Phys. Rev. Lett., and Nature Materials2009-Present