Delaware students were among the 47 students from 14 colleges and
universities from Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, and Delaware who
presented their research at the 73nd
Student Chemists' Conference (ISCC) held at Franklin and Marshall
April 2009. Next year's ISCC will be held at the University of Delaware
on Saturday, April 24, 2010.
Pictures by James White
of Delaware Chemistry and Biochemistry Attendees at the 2009
Intercollegiate Student Chemists' Conference.
right: Kristen Nuzzio, Doug Desario, Timothy Gilpatrick,
Michael Pirnot, Steve Tieriak, James Lansing, Steve Zucker, (Benjamin
Franklin), Prof. John Burmeister, Nick Zeringo, James White, Thomas
Bloss, Eric Bugglin-Borer, Charles Polotti, Prof. Svilen Bobev, and
Seated: Valerie Shurtleff, and Sarah King. Not Shown: Derek Ahneman and Soma Jobaggy
The University of Delaware Presenters at the 73nd Intercollegiate Student Chemists' Conference.
Left to right: Steven Zucker, Douglas Desario, James Lansing, Michael Pirnot, Stephen Tereniak, Nicholas Zeringo, and Kristin Nuzzio.
Douglas Desario, (First Place Analytical Division) "Multivariate Analysis of the Fluorescence Decay of 3 Hydoxyflavone,” Associate Professor Sharon Neal, adviser.
"Stabilization of High Oxidation State Transition Metals,” Professor
Klaus Theopold, adviser.
Kristin Nuzzio, "Characterization of Vanadium Haloperoxidase Mutants by V(51) Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy,” Associate Professor Tatyana Polenova, adviser.
Stephen Tereniak, "Synthesis and Characterization of a 'PS(2)' Ligand and [PS(2)NiX]BPh(4) (X = chloride, bromide, iodide) for Coordination Chemistry and Bioinorganic Modeling,” Professor Charles Riordan, adviser.
Michael Pirnot, (Second Place,
Organic II Division) "Alkylpyridine Anion Chemistry -- Progress Towards
the Synthesis of Lycopladine A and Monomorine,” Professor Douglass
(Second Place, Physical Division) "FT-ICR MS Studies of Metal Sulfide
Formation Using Electrospray Ionization,” Professor Douglas Ridge,
Steven Zucker, "Characterization of Carbonaceous Airborne Particulate Matter in Wilmington, Del.,” Professor Murray Johnston, adviser.