Office: Science & Engineering (Building 50), Room 2826
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Phone: (904) 620-2152
Email: C. Lampropoulos@unf.edu
Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry with Honors - University of Illinois at Chicago 2004
M.Sc. - University of Florida 2007
Ph.D. - University of Florida 2009
Postdoctoral Research - University of Patras, Greece 2009-2010
Dr. Lampropoulos teaches General, Inorganic Chemistry, and Physical Methods for Materials Chemistry.
Dr. Lampropoulos instituted and leads an annual transformational learning opportunity (TLO) extracurricular activity, during which STEM students perform experiments at the National High Magnetic Field Lab, visit different research centers, experience state-of-the-art facilities, and learn about individual research groups in the state, as they prepare for graduate school in chemistry, physics, or materials science and engineering.
Dr. Lampropoulos' research is not only highly interdisciplinary with strong ties to Materials Science and Physics, but also very rewarding with many high-quality publications in peer-reviewed journals (14 peer-reviewed publications since 2011, as of August 2017). Dr. Lampropoulos and his students are regular users of the National High Magnetic Field Lab, where Dr. Lampropoulos also served in the users committee for three years, as well as the Advanced Photon Source at Argonne National Lab.
The research interests of Dr. Lampropoulos include:
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