Douglas Keszler

Douglas A. Keszler is a Distinguished Professor at Oregon State University. He received his BS from Southwestern Oklahoma State University in 1979 and his PhD from Northwestern University in 1984. He also participated in a Postdoctoral Fellowship from Cornell University from 1984-1985. Keszler has a number of awards and honors including the SWOSU Alumni Fellow (2005) and the OSU Researcher of the Year Award (2003).

Keszler’s research interests are in the synthesis and study of inorganic molecules and materials that will enable next-generation electronic and energy devices.

TECHNOLOGIES
LYSB Borate Nonlinear Optical Crystals
Atomically Smooth Nanoporous Alumina Thin Films
Non-linear Optical Crystal for Lasers in the Deep UV
Solution Deposited Alumina Thin Films that Exhibit Fowler-Nordheim Tunneling
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