Brian A. Korgel

Research Assistant at The University of Texas at Austin

1616 Guadalupe Suite #5.202, Austin, Texas, United States
The University of Texas at Austin
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Last Updated 12/6/2017

General Information


B.S.  - UCLA

B.S.  - Chemistry , University of California at Los Angeles

Ph.D.  - UCLA

Ph.D.  - Chemistry , University of California at Los Angeles


Board Member  - UbiQD LLC

Scientific Advisor  - Lucelo Technologies, Inc.

Professor  - Texas Memorial Museum of Science and History

Fellow  - American Association for the Advancement of Science

Committee Member  - Nano Science and Technology Institute

Member  - Texas Materials Institute

Board of Trustees Member  - Gordon Research Conferences incorporated

Founder and Board Member  - Piñon Technologies

Founder and Board Member  - Innovalight , Inc.

Post-Doctoral Fellow  - University College Dublin

Founder  - Doctoral Portfolio Program

Advisor  - Texas Nanotechnology Foundation Scientific Review Board

Web References  

Silicon: a unifying theme for concepts and applications

Dr Phil Boudjouk (North Dakota State University) and Dr Brian Korgel (University of Texas, Austin) in separate presentations demonstrated new approaches to the formation of silicon quantum dots and silicon nanocrystal assemblies from volatile higher polysilanes.

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Leadership - UT Austin|Portugal CoLab

Brian Korgel
Brian Korgel Director Emerging Technologies UT Austin

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Team - Lucelo Technologies

Brian Korgel, Ph.D.
Scientific Advisor Brian is Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. He received his Ph.D. from UCLA in 1997 and was a post-doctoral fellow at University College Dublin, Ireland. He has been Visiting Professor at the University of Alicante in Spain, the Universite Josef Fourier in France and the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing. He also directs the Industry/University Cooperative Research Center for Next Generation Photovoltaics and has co-founded two companies, Innovalight and Pinon Technologies. He works in the field of nanomaterials chemistry and has received various honors including the 2012 Professional Progress Award from the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). Brian was also elected as a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in 2012.

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