Jean E Calderon

Title: Composites of polymer derived ceramics with graphene

Biography

Jean E. Calderon is a post-doctoral scholar at the University of Central Florida in the Nanoscience and Technology Center (NSTC). He holds a Ph.D. degree in Chemistry from the University of Central Florida with a focus on the development of new composite materials by means of nanotechnology. He received his M.A. degree in Chemistry from the University at Buffalo in 2010 and his B.S. degree in Chemistry from the University of Puerto Rico at Cayey in 2008. In addition to his postdoctoral work, Dr. Calderon has been an Adjunct Professor in the University of Central Florida, Keiser University, and Everglades University. He is a recipient of UCF’s postdoctoral scholarship for research and development advancement. He has co-authored more than ten peer-reviewed papers in groundbreaking materials for the use of innovative technologies. Under the supervision of Professor Lei Zhai, his research focus is in polymer derived ceramics, carbon, and metal-based composites for energy conversion and storage, surface science and engineering.                                                                                         

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