Joseph J. BelBruno
Professor of Chemistry Emeritus
Our research group focuses on problems of relevance to materials chemistry. We approach these problems from a physical chemistry and a practical (or engineering) point of view. Our research involves both experimental and computational aspects of materials chemistry.
- B.S. Seton Hall University
- Ph.D. Rutgers University
E.A. Karhu, C.R. Ildstad, S. Poggio, V. Furtula, N. Tolstik, I.T. Sorokina, J.J. BelBruno, and U.J. Gibson, “Vapor deposited Cr-doped ZnS thin films: towards optically pumped mid-infrared waveguide lasers” Optics Materials Express, 6, 2947-2955 (2016).
A. Burnin, S. Poggio, J. King and J.J. BelBruno, “Direct growth by arc discharge and computational study of zinc sulfide nanotubes” Journal of Materials Science, 51, 9716-9722 (2016).
“Properties of transition metal substituted zinc sulfide hexamers and dodecamers”, Stefano Poggio, Brendan Wang, Ursula J. Gibson and Joseph J. BelBruno, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., (2015) 17, 14208-14214
- “Thermochemical study of amino acid imprinted polymer films” Ziyi Chai and Joseph J. BelBruno, Journal of Molecular Recognition (2015) 28 651-655.