Wright State University
College of Science and Mathematics

Department of Chemistry

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eric fossum, ph.d - vita

Business Address:
Department of Chemistry
Wright State University
3640 Colonel Glenn Highway
Dayton, OH, 45435
(937) 775-2047
email:eric.fossum@wright.edu

Professional Experience

Wright State University            Associate Professor, 2004 – present
Wright State University            Assistant Professor, 1999 – 2004
Winona State University          Assistant Professor 1996 – 1999
Southwest Texas State,  postdoctoral associate 1995 - 1996

Education
       
1995 – 1996 Postdoctoral Assoctiate
Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State University at San Marcos)
Mentors: Patrick Cassidy and John Fitch

1995 Ph.D. Organic/Polymer Chemistry
Carnegie Mellon University
Dissertation Title: “Ring Opening Polymerization of Cyclotetrasilanes: A Versatile Route to Linear Polysilylenes”
Thesis Advisor: Krzysztof Matyjaszewski

1990 B.S. Chemistry
University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point

Professional Activities

American Chemical Society, Polymer Chemistry Division
American Chemical Society, Polymeric Materials, Science and
Engineering Division
American Chemical Society Legislative Action Network (1999 – present)
Manuscript Reviewer: Macromolecules (1999 – present)
Manuscript Reviewer: Journal of Polymer Science (1999 – present)
Manuscript Reviewer: Journal of the American Chemical Society (2006 – present)
Manuscript Reviewer: Journal of Fluorine Chemistry (2005 – present)
Manuscript Reviewer: Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics (2005 – present)
Manuscript Reviewer: Polymers for Advanced Technologies (2006 – present)
Manuscript Reviewer: Biomacromolecules (2008 – present)
Manuscript Reviewer: Polymer International (2009 – present)
Manuscript Reviewer: Chemistry of Materials (2009 – present)
Manuscript Reviewer: Journal of Materials Chemistry (2009 – present)
Manuscript Reviewer: Journal of Adhesion (2009 – present)
Manuscript Reviewer: Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research (2009 – present)
EPA Proposal Review Panel: Exploratory Research in Nanotechnology (2001)
National Science Foundation, Proposal Reviewer (since 2003)
Research Corporation, Proposal Reviewer (since 2000)
American Chemical Society - PRF, Proposal Reviewer (since 2001)
Civilian Defense Research Fund, Proposal Reviewer (since 2001)
Georgian National Science Foundation, Proposal Reviewer since 2009
Czech Academy of Sciences, Proposal Reviewer since 2006

Teaching Experience – Wright State University

Assistant Professor (1999 – 2004), Wright State University, Dayton, OH
Associate Professor 2004 - present, Wright State University, Dayton, OH
Current teaching responsibilities include graduate level Physical Organic, 2 quarters of the undergraduate Organic sequence, and a graduate level Physical Polymer Chemistry course.  Additional teaching responsibilities include mentoring undergraduate and graduate level research students.

Wright State University Department of Chemistry – PUB Club
Designed, initiated, and continue to maintain a weekly journal club which is open to all faculty, undergraduate, and graduate students.  PUB Club was started in February of 2005 with the goal of broadening and strengthening scientific knowledge through weekly discussions of recent journal articles in an informal setting, in our case over lunch.

WSU College of Science and Mathematics: Outstanding Teaching Award, 2004

Mentoring Activities

Postdoctoral Associates
Dr. Zhenning Yu, 2006 – 2009, (AFRL Chromophore Intermediates, Ullmann Coupling, 3,5-Difluoro Aromatic Systems)

Graduate Students - Masters Theses Directed

24. Kimberly Kern, May 2011, “Poly(arylene ether sulfone)s Carrying Pendant (3-sulfonated) Phenyl Sulfonyl Groups for Use as
Proton Exchange Membranes”

23. Angela Campo, November 2010, “Novel Synthesis of Polyhydrogenated Fullerene” (Co-Advised with Dr. Doug Dudis, AFRL)

22. Raghu Kotha, July 2010, “Functionalized Poly(ether ketone)s via in situ Modification Chemistry”

21. Chad Skidmore, July 2010, “Temperature and pH Responsive Polyethyleneimine Systems as Potential Nonviral Gene Vectors”

20. John Buquoi, April 2010, “Exploration Using Reaction Temperature to Tailor the Degree of Order in Microblock  Copolymer Proton Exchange Membranes”

19. Shravanthi Raghavapuram, September 2009, “Tailoring the Degree of Branching in Hyperbranched Poly(arylene ether sulfone)s and Poly(arylene ether ketone)s Prepared via an A2 + BB’B” Approach”

18. Andrea M. Elsen, June 2009, “’One-Pot’ Oligomeric A2 + B3 Approach to Branched Poly(arylene ether sulfone)s: Reactivity Ratio Controlled Polycondensation”

17. Mohamed Abdellatif, September 2008, “Poly(arylene ether)s with Truly Pendant Benzene Sulfonic Acid Groups”

16. Alex Dolgov, August 2008, “Exploration of Gradient-type Poly(arylene ether)s via an ABB’ Monomer System”

15. Tiffany Hall, July 2008, “Exploration of Synthetic Routes to the Sulfoxide and Sulfone Derivatives of Benzotrithiophenes” (Co-Advised with Dr. Doug Dudis, AFRL)

14. Michael J. Simons, August, 2007, “Hydrophobically Modified Polyethyleneimines and Ethoxylated Polyethyleneimines”

13. Brian Scott Werry, August, 2007, “Modifiable Poly(arylene ether)s and Hyperbranched Poly(ester)s”

12. Amanda Ike, July, 2007, “Tailoring Branching for Poly(arylene ether)s via Reactivity Ratio Controlled Polymerizations”

11. Hope Klukovich, October, 2006, “Exploration of Iron and Cobalt Core-Shell Nanoparticles via Thermal and Microwave Polyol Synthesis”

10. Jennifer Williams, August 2006, “Water Solubility Characteristics of Hydrophobically Modified Polyethyleneimines”

9. Laura Sennet, July 2006, “Copolymers with Defined Morphologies via Kinetically Controlled Polycondensation Reactions”

8. Sridevi Kaiti, December 2005, “Effect of Reaction Conditions on the Molecular Weight and Polydispersity of Linear Poly(arylene ether phosphine oxide)s Prepared from an AB Monomer”

7. Travis Wherry, August 2005, “Degradation and Phenylethynyl End-Capping of Hyperbranched Poly(arylene ether)s”

6. Patrick Himmelberg, July 2005, “Hyperbranched Poly(arylene ether sulfone)s from AB2 and ABB’ Monomers”

5. James Guyo, August 2004, “Using Reactivity Ratios to Control Hyperbranching Polymerization Reactions”

4. Hrvoje Lusic, July 2004, “UV-Curable Water Soluble Hyperbranched Polyesters”

3. Michaela Czupik, August 2003, “Manipulations of the Branching Structure and Molecular Weight of Hyperbranched Poly(arylene ether phosphine oxide)s Prepared via an A2 + B3 Route”

2. Jack Koussa, March 2002, “Studies Directed Towards the Synthesis of Polythiophene-Based Graft Copolymers”

1. David P. Bernal, March 2002, “Studies Directed Toward the Synthesis of Low Molecular Weight Distribution Functionalized Hyperbranched Poly(arylene ether phosphine oxide)s”

Current M.S. Students:

Dorothy Ogden (Fall 2008 – Spring 2011) Hyperbranched Polyesters
Paul Gardner (Summer 2010 – Summer 2011) Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Courtney Sutherland (Fall 2010 - ?) Functionalized Poly(arylene ether)s
Rachel Stuck (Fall 2010 - ?) Proton Exchange Membranes
Mehmet Tatli (Fall 2010 - ?) Functionalized Poly(arylene ether)s

Undergraduate Students:

Christine Bosler Walton (Spring 2011) Functionalized NAS Monomers
Shane Garan (Summer 2010 – Spring 2011) Functionalized NAS Monomers
Andria Fortney (Summer 2010 – Spring 2011) Functionalized PEEK
Ashley Schultz Navarra (Winter 2011) Sulfonated 3,5-Difluoro monomers
Huong (Ashley) Lan Hoang (Jan. 2010 – June 2011) Kinetics of 3,5-Difluoros
Fadwa Constandinidis (Winter 2009 – June 2011) PEMs and PAEs
Sarah Kelly (Sept. 2009 – June 2011) ABB' Monomers for HB polymers
Gigi Kusmus (Feb. 2010 – July 2010) 3,5-Difluorophenylbenzoxazole
Hsing-Ling Hsieh (Jan. 2009 – June 2010) Sulfonated PAES models
Kevin Tienda (June 2008 – June 2010) 3,5-Difluoro TPO polymers
Daan van Beek (Mar. 2008 – Mar. 2009) 3,5-Difluorobenzophenone polymers
Kasey Vanderpool (Sept. 2008 – June 2009) "Smart" Polyethyleneimines
Tyler Auvil (June 2007 – Aug. 2007) Hyperbranched TPO polymers
Hana Rebabah (Winter 2007) pKa measurements
Tricia Meyer (Aug. 2006 – June 2008) AB monomers for polycondensation
Dawn Douglass (Jan. 2006 – Aug. 2006) “Smart” Polyethyleneimines
Nick Hendricks (Fall 2005 – June 2007) ABB’ Monomers for HP systems
Sally Banks (Summer 2005) “Smart” Polyethyleneimines
Mohamed Abdellatif (Spring 2004 – June 2006) 3,5-Difluoro Aromatics
Amber Wolf (Summer 2004) Reactivity Controlled Polycondensation
Candace Beach (Summer 2004) A2 + B3 Branched TPO Polymers
Angie Sellers (Summer 2004) A2 + B3 Branched TPO Polymers
Doug Williams (Fall 2003 – Spring 2004) Linear/HB block copolymers
Josh Poeppelman (Summer 2003) Linear/HB block copolymers
Sharlene Hopkins (Spring 2003 – Spring 2004) HB PAEPO systems
Laura Bedrossian (June 2002 – June 2004) Controlled Polycondensation
Harry Lusic (Fall 2001 – Spring 2002) HB PAEPO systems
Kelly Collins (Spring 2001 – Spring 2003) HB PAEPO systems
Michaela Czupik (Winter 2001 – Spring 2002) Functionalized TPO monomers
Jason Williams (Fall 2000 – Winter 2001) Meta Phenol TPO monomers
Carrie Walke (Summer 2000) – Polythiophene graft copolymers
Robert C. Cockayne (Winter 2000 – Summer 2001) HB PAEPO systems
Nathaniel Bankey (Winter 2000 – Summer 2001) HB PAEPO systems

Student Awards (* respresents undergraduate, **graduate student):

Huong Lan Hoang* – 2011 WSU Presidential Commendation for Excellence in Co-curricular activities.

Fadwa Constandinidis* – 2011 WSU Presidential Commendation for Excellence in Co-curricular activities.

Huong Lan Hoang* – 2011 2nd place Poster at the University of Kentucky Undergraduate Research Symposium, April 15, 2011.

Fadwa Constandinidis* – 2011 Travel Award, Undergraduate Research in Polymer Science, 2011 Spring National American Chemical Society Meeting, March 27–31, 2011, Anaheim, Ca.

Sarah Kelly* - 2011 Patterson College Award (Dayton Chapter, American Chemical Society) - Outstanding Junior Chemistry Major

Fadwa Constandinidis* - 2011 Patterson College Award (Dayton Chapter ACS Patterson Awards Meeting, March 8) – Outstanding Junior Chemistry Major

Andrea Elsen** – 2009 Best Graduate Poster (ACS) – Dayton ACS/SAS Patterson Awards Meeting, March 5, 2009

Andrea Elsen** – 2009 Wright State Outstanding Graduate Student Award

Andrea Elsen** – 2009 Chemistry Department Outstanding Teaching Award(2-year awardee)
Raghavendhar Kotha** – 2009 Hypercube Software Award

Tricia Meyer* - 2008 3rd Place Poster, Undergraduate Polymer Session, National American Chemical Society Meeting, New Orleans, La

Tricia Meyer* - 2008 WSU Presidential Commendation for Excellence in Co—curricular activities

Nicholas Hendricks* - 2007 3rd Place Poster, Undergraduate Research in Polymer Science, National American Chemical Society Meeting, Chicago, IL

Nicholas Hendricks* - 2007 Inaugural WSU Presidential Commendation for Excellence in Extracurricular Activities

Nicholas Hendricks* - 2007 3rd Place Poster at Kentuckiana Undergraduate Research Symposium

Tricia Meyer* – 2007 Best Undergraduate Poster—Dayton ACS/SAS Patterson Awards Meeting
 
Tricia Meyer* – 2007 Patterson College Award (Dayton ACS)—Outstanding Junior Chemistry Major

Amanda Ike** - 2007 WSU Chemistry Departmental Outstanding Teaching Award

Michael Simons** – 2007 HypercubeSoftware Award

Dawn Douglass*, Nick Hendricks* 2006 3rd Place Poster at the Kentuckiana Undergraduate Research Symposium, Louisville, KY, April 8

Sridevi Kaiti** 2005 1st Place Graduate Student Poster at the ACS Local Section Poster Session, March

Candace Beach*, Angie Sellers* 2005 3rd Place Poster at the Kentuckiana Undergraduate Research Symposium, University of Louisville, April 2

Laura Bedrossian* 2004 Best Undergraduate Poster at the American Chemical Society Dayton Section Poster Session, March 2004.

Laura Bedrossian* 2004 1st Place Poster at the Kentuckiana Undergraduate Research Symposium, Louisville, KY

Laura Bedrossian*, Kelly Collins* 2003 2nd Place Poster Kentuckiana Undergraduate Research Symposium, University of Louisville, March

Michaela Czupik** – 2002 – 2003 WSU Graduate Council Fellowship

Teaching Experience – prior to Wright State University

Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Aug. 1996 – June 1999
Winona State University, Winona, MN.  Teaching responsibilities included organic and polymer chemistry courses along with supervision of general and organic chemistry laboratories. Developed and taught two new polymer courses starting Spring Quarter, 1997.  Polymer Chemistry consisted of six short courses on contemporary topics in polymer science.  Polymer Synthesis and Characterization exposed students to the laboratory preparation and characterization of a variety of polymers.  Developed a new course combining organic and polymer chemistry for the composite materials engineering program.

Postdoctoral Associate, June 1995 -August 1996
Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, TX.  Fully responsible for general chemistry for science majors in Spring, 1996.  Other informal teaching duties included the instruction of research techniques and chemical principles to several undergraduate and masters students in the research group.

Graduate Teaching and Research Assistant, January 1991 – May 1995
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.  Teaching assistant for freshman chemistry lab, organic chemistry lab, and advanced organic chemistry lab.

Research Experience       

Wright State University, Dayton, OH, 1999 – present
Synthesis, characterization, and utilization of triarylphosphine oxide and diphenylsulfone-based hyperbranched polymers as thermally stable rheological modifiers and precursors to macromolecular ligands.  Reactivity ratio controlled polycondensation reactions. Poly(arylene ether)s with tailored degrees of branching via reactivity ratio controlled polycondensation reactions. Easily processed unsaturated polyester resin systems for environmentally-friendly composite materials synthesis. Hydophobically modified polyethylene imine systems as property modifiers and drug delivery agents.  Fundamental studies on nucleophilic aromatic substitution systems with regards to reactivity and mechanism.  Bio-friendly hyperbranched polyesters as vehicles for drug delivery.
Hydrolytically stable poly(arylene ether)s as a platform for proton exchange membranes as well as a variety of other interesting and useful functional groups.

Winona State University, Winona, MN, 1996 – 1999
Synthesis and characterization of phosphorus containing monomers for dendritic and hyperbranched macromolecules.  Design and synthesis of star polymers containing photo-degradable cores.  Hyperbranched polymers based on thiophene and silicon.

Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, TX, 1995 - 1996
Post-Doctoral research involved the synthesis and characterization of a series of fluorinated polyamides and N-methylated fluorinated polyamides for high thermal stability applications.  A secondary project synthesized a variety of polysiloxanes with highly electron deficient silicon atoms in the main chain and as pendant groups.

Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, 1991 – 1995
Synthesis and characterization of a variety of cyclotetrasilanes as precursors to polysilylenes.  Preparation of well-defined polysilylene homopolymers by the anionic ring opening polymerization of cyclotetrasilanes.  Preparation of polystyrene/ polysilylene and polyisoprene/ polysilylene block copolymers with controlled structures.  Preparation of polysilylene copolymers by the anionic copolymerization of cyclotetrasilanes and masked disilenes.  Characterization of the prepared materials by numerous techniques.

University of Ulm, Ulm, Germany, Spring 1995.
Spent 10 weeks as a visiting scientist with Professor Martin Moeller’s group studying the microphase separation behavior of polysilylene and polystyrene block copolymers.  Samples were analyzed with transmission electron microscopy and atomic force spectroscopy.

University of Wisconsin Stevens Point, Stevens Point, WI, 1988-1990
Synthesized and characterized variously substituted diamines as precursors to polyimides.  Synthesized polyimide precursors with nadic endgroups.  Thermally cured pre-polymers and performed thermogravimetric analysis of the products under the direction of Professor John Droske,

North Dakota State University, North Dakota, Summer 1989.
Studied the extensional viscosities of the hydrophobically modified ethoxylated urethane associative thickener dispersions under the direction of Professor J. E. Glass as a PPG fellow.

Funding/Awards         (E = external  I = internal)

24. “Poly(arylene ether)s from Activated 3,5-Difluoro Aromatic Systems:  Synthesis, Functionalization, and Characterization” National Scienc Foundation, Mathematics and Physical Sciences, CHE-1012392, July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2013 ($ 330,000). E

23. “Development of a New Class of Organic Materials for Energy Applications” Dayton Area Graduate Studies Institute, June 15, 2007 – August 31, 2008 ($56,000) E

22. “Synthesis of Intermediates for AFX Chromophores”  UTC (AFOSR subcontract) March 1, 2006 – February 2010 ($325,000) E

21. “Water Soluble/Waterfast Ink Systems- Phase IV” Eastman Kodak, Inc. Sept, 2006 – Oct. 2007 ($50,000) E

20. “Effect of Branching on Phase Separated Block Copolymer For Use As Proton Exchange Membranes: A Nanoscale Approach to a Macroscale Problem, WSU Research Challenge Program ($20,000) I

19. “Copolymers with Defined Morphologies via Kinetically Controlled Polycondensation Reactions” Dayton Area Graduate Studies Institute, June 15, 2005 – June 14, 2006 ($55,000) E

18. “Water Soluble/Waterfast Ink Systems – Phase III” Kodak Versamark, Inc. June 15, 2005 – Aug. 31, 2006 ($58,000) E

17. “Molecular Weight and Thermal Property Characterization of Modified Polymer Systems”  Daychem Laboratories, Dayton, OH, ongoing project. ($5,000 and up) E

16. “AFX Chromophore Synthesis”- supplemental, AT&T Government Solutions – AFOSR ($10,000) contract period ended August, 2005. E

15. “Synthesis of Intermediates for AFX Chromophores”  Air Force Office of Scientific Research, December 2003 – December 2004 ($49,992)  E

14. “Design and Application of “SMART” Monomers for the Synthesis of Well-Defined, Functional, Highly Branched Engineering Plastics”  WSU Research Challenge Grant, $15,500, January 2004 – December 2004 I

13. “Synthesis of Water Soluble, UV-Curable Oligomers, Phase II” Scitex Digital Printing, January 2004 – December 2004, ($22,000)            E

12. “Synthesis of Water Soluble, UV-Curable Oligomers” Scitex Digital Printing, Dayton, OH September 2002- December 2003 ($25,101) E

11. “Exploration of New Routes to Hyperbranched and Dendritic Triarylphosphine and Triarylphosphine Oxide-Based Polymers” ACS-PRF Type B, September 2001- August 2004 ($30,000) E

10. “The Effect of Incorporating a Tetrahedral AB2Monomer on the Thermal Properties of Poly(ether ketone) – co – Hyperbranched Poly(arylene ether  phosphine oxide)s” Air Force Research Laboratories Summer Faculty Fellowship, June – August 2003 ($11,250) E

9. Graduate Council Fellowship (for Michaela Czupik), 2002-2003 ($12,000) I

8. “Synthesis of Rigid, Hyperbranched Triarylphosphine Oxide-Based Polymers” Air Force Research Laboratories Summer Faculty Fellowship, June – August 2002 ($11,250) E

7. “Synthesis of Rigid, Hyperbranched Triarylphosphine Oxide-Based Polymers” Air Force Research Laboratories Summer Faculty Fellowship, June –August 2001 ($12,500) E

6. “Synthesis and Characterization of Triarylphosphine Oxide Containing Dendrimers and Hyperbranched Macromolecules” Research Corporation: Cottrell College Science Award, September 1999- June 2003 ($18,693)   E

5. “Environmentally Friendly Synthesis of Hyperbranched Poly(vinyl ester) Resin Systems” Wright State University Research Incentive Funds, June 2001 – May 2002 ($7,995 I

4.“Synthesis and Study of Block and Graft Copolymers Based on Polythiophene” Wright State University Foundation, September 1999 – August 2002 ($25,000) I

3. Graduate Research Fellowship – Office of Naval Research, 1993-1995

2. Sigma Xi Undergraduate Research Award, 1989

1. PPG Undergraduate Research Fellowship – North Dakota State University, 1989

Consulting Experience    

RTP Company, Winona, MN
Phoenix Biocomposites, St. Peter, MN
Composite Technology Polymers Group, Plymouth, WI
Daychem Industries, Dayton, OH
Scitex Digital Printing, Dayton, OH
Circle Prosco, Bloomington, IN
Case Western Reserve University, Prof. Pat Mather, Materials Science and Engineering Department, Professor Peter Pintauro, Chemical Engineering,
2006 – synthesis of high molecular weight sulfonated poly(arylene ether sulfone)s for use in PEM applications.

Publications (u and g denote undergraduate and M.S. student coauthors, respectively)

30. Tienda, K.u; Yu, Z.; Constandinidis, F.u; Fortney, A.u; Feld, W. A.; Fossum, E. “Poly(arylene ether)s with Pendant Diphenyl Phosphoryl Groups:        Synthesis, Characterization, and Thermal Properties”J. Polym. Sci.  Part A: Polym. Chem. 2011, 49, 2908-2915.

29. Yu, Z.; Tan, L.-S. “Aryl Ether Synthesis via Low-Cost Ullmann Coupling Systems” ARKIVOC 2009 (xiv) 255-265.

28. Botros, Raouf; Huang, Tom N.; Tobias, Russell H.; Fossum, Eric A.; “Water Soluble Branched Polyethyleneime Compositions”  US Patent       Application 20090043040, February 12, 2009

27. van Beek, D.u; Fossum, E. “Linear Poly(arylene ether)s with Pendant Benzoyl Groups: Geometric Isomers of PEEK or Substituted       Poly(phenylene oxide)?” Macromolecules 2009, 42, 4016-4022.

26. David A Grossie, D. A.; Fossum, E.; Elsen, A.g; Meyer, T.u “3,5-Difluorophenylphenyl sulfone” Acta Crystallographica Section E, Structure Reports       Online, 2008, E64 (11), o2207.

25. Sennet, L.g; Fossum, E.; Tan, L.-S. “Branched Poly(arylene ether ketone)s with Tailored Thermal Properties: Effects of AB/AB2 Ratio, Core (B3)       Percentage, and Reaction Temperature” Polymer 2008, 49, 3731-3636.

24. Yu, Z.; Fossum, E.; Wang, D.; Tan, L.-S. “An Alternative Approach to an AB2 Monomer for Hyperbranched Poly(arylene ether ketone imide)s”        Synthetic Communications 2008, 38, 419-427.

23. Venkatasubramanian, N.; Wiacek, K. J.; Fries-Carr, S.; Fossum, E.; Dang, T. D.  "High-temperature polymer dielectrics for capacitive energy        storage applications", (invited book chapter) Polyimides and Other High Temperature Polymers: synthesis, characterization and applications        (K.L. Mittal, Ed.), VSP Netherlands publisher, vol.4 (2007): 393-406.

22. Kaiti, S.g; Williams, J. N. g; Abdellatif, M.u; Himmelberg, P. g; Fossum, E.  “Linear Poly(arylene ether)s with Pendant Phenylsulfonyl Groups:        Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution Activated from the Meta Position” ” Macromolecules  2006, 39(23), 7909-7914.

21. Kaiti, S.g; Fossum, E. “Effect of Reaction Conditions on the Molecular Weight and Polydispersity of Poly(arylene ether phosphine oxide)s       Prepared from an AB Monomer” J. Polym. Sci.  Part A: Polym. Chem. 2006, 44(6), 2099-2106.

20. Fossum, E. Tan, L.-S. “Geometrical Influence of ABn Monomer Structure on the Thermal Properties of Linear-Hyperbranched Ether-Ketone       Copolymers Prepared via an AB + ABn Route” Polymer, 2005, 46, 9686-9693.

19. Himmelberg, P.g; Fossum, E. “Development of an Efficient Route to Hyperbranched Poly(arylene ether sulfone)s” ” J. Polym. Sci.  Part A: Polym.        Chem. 2005, 43, 3178-318.

18. Czupik, M.u; Bankey, N.u; Fossum, E. “A Study of the Aryl-Aryl Coupling Reactions of (4-X-C6H4)Ph2P=O” Synth. Comm. 2004, 34(4), 705-714.

17. Czupik, M.g; Fossum, E. “Manipulations of the Molecular Weight and Branching Structure of Hyperbranched Poly(arylene ether phosphine oxide)s       Prepared via an A2 + B3 Approach” J. Polym. Sci.  Part A: Polym. Chem. 2003, 41, 3871-3881.

16. Bernal, D. P.g; Bedrossian, L. B.u; Collins, K.u; Fossum, E. "The Effect of Core Reactivity on the Molecular Weight, Polydispersity, and Degree of        Branching of Hyperbranched Poly(arylene ether phosphine oxide)s" Macromolecules  2003, 36, 333-338.

15. Bankey, N. B.u; Bernal, D. P.g; Cockayne, R. C.u; Fossum, E. “Fluoride-Terminated Hyperbranched Poly(arylene ether phosphine oxide)s via       Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution” J. Polym. Sci.  Part A.Polym. Chem. Ed. 2002, 40, 1456-1467.

14. Fossum, E.; Ketcha, D.M.; Weintraub, P.M.; Turnbull, K.; McMills, M. Annual Reports in Organic Synthesis - 2000, Academic Press, 2000.

Prior to Wright State

13. Schwegler, L. A.; Sheiko, S. S.; Moller, M.; Fossum, E.; Matyjaszewski, K. “Preparation of Telechelic Polysilylenes: A General Methodology for the        Synthesis of Polysilylene-based Triblock Copolymers” Macromolecules 1999, 32, 5901.

12. Matyjaszewski, K.; Miller, P. J.; Fossum, E.; Nakagawa, Y. “Synthesis of Block, Graft, and Star Polymers from Inorganic Macroinitiators” Applied       Organometallic Chemistry  1998, 12(10-11), 667.

11. Rulkens, R.; Resendes, R.; Verma, A.; Manners, I.; Murti, K.; Fossum, E.; Miller, P. J.; Matyjaszewski, K. “Ring-Opening Copolymerization of       Cyclotetrasilanes and Silicon-bridged [1]Ferrocenophanes; Synthesis and Properties of Polysilane-poly(ferrocenylsilane) Random Copolymers”       Macromolecules 1997, 30, 8165.

10. Fossum, E.; Matyjaszewski, K.; Sheiko, S. S.; Moller, M. “Morphology of Polystyrene-block-Poly(methylphenylsilylene)” Macromolecules 1997, 30,        1765.

9. Fossum, E.; Love, J. A.; Matyjaszewski, K. “Synthesis and Characterization of Polystyrene-block-Poly(methylphenylsilylene) and     Polyisoprene-block-Poly(methylphenylsilylene)” J. Organomet. Chem. 1995, 499, 253.

8. Fossum, E.; Matyjaszewski, K. “Ring-Opening Polymerization of Cyclotetrasilanes: Microstructure and Mechanism” Macromolecules 1995, 28,     1618.

7. Fossum, E.; Matyjaszewski, K.; Rulkens, R.; Manners, I. “ Polysilane-Poly(ferrocenylsilane) Random Copolymers” Macromolecules 1995, 28, 401.

6. Fossum, E.; Matyjaszewski, K. “Microstructure in the Ring Opening Polymerization of Cyclotetrasilanes” Phos. Sulf. and Silicon  1994, 93(1-4),     129.

5. Fossum, E.; Chrusciel, J.; Matyjaszewski, K.  “Stereostructure of Polysilanes by Ring Opening Polymerization” in Inorganic and Organometallic     Polymers II, ACS Symposium Series, 1994, vol. 572, 32.

4. Fossum, E.; Matyjaszewski, K. “Synthesis and Properties of Polysilanes Prepared by Ring Opening Polymerization” in Polymeric Materials for     Microelectronic Applications, ACS Symposium Series, 1994, vol. 579, 433.

3. Fossum, E.; Gordon-Wylie, S. W.; Matyjaszewski, K. “ Identification of the Stereoisomers of 1,2,3,4-Tetrmethyl-1,2,3,4-tetraphenylcyclotetrasilane”     Organometallics 1994, 13, 1695.

2. Cypryk, M.; Chrusciel, J.; Fossum, E.; Matyjaszewski, K. “ Ring-Opening Polymerization of Strained Cyclotetrasilanes as a New Route Towards     Well-Defined Polysilylenes” Makromol. Chem. – Macromol. Symp. 1993, 73, 167.

1. Chrusciel, J.; Cypryk, M.; Fossum, E.; Matyjaszewski, K. “19F Studies of the Reaction of Octaphenylcyclotetrasilane with Triflic Acid”     Organometallics 1992, 11, 3257.

Published Book Reviews

2.  Fossum, Eric. J. Am. Chem. Soc.  Manuscript in preparation (invited book review).

1.   Fossum, Eric.   Conformation-Dependent Design of Sequences in Copolymers I and II. Advances in Polymer Science 195 and 196 edited by Alexei R. Khokhlov.    J. Am. Chem. Soc.  2006, 128(39), 13027 (invited book review).

Technical Reports

6. "Poly(arylene ether)s from Activated 3,5-Difluoro Aromatic Systems: Synthesis, Functionalization, and Characterization" National Science Foundation, Mathematics and Physical Sciences, CHE-1012392, annual report submitted April 1, 2011.

5. "Custom Synthesis of Intermediates for AFX Chromophores" February 1, 2006 – August 31, 2010. Final Technical Report submitted to Universal Technology Corporation (AFRL subcontract), August 2010.

4. “Exploration of New Routes to Hyperbranched and Dendritic Polymers Based on Triarylphosphine Oxides”  American Chemical Society, Petroleum Research Fund, Annual Report, 2004.

3. “The Effect of Incorporating a Tetrahedral AB2 Monomer on the Thermal Properties of Poly(ether ketone) – co – Hyperbranched Poly(arylene ether phosphine oxide)s Prepared via an AB/AB2 Route” The National Research Council (AFRL/SFFP) August 2003.

2. “Synthesis and Characterization of Rigid, Hyperbranched Triarylphosphine Oxide Based Polymers via an A2 + B3 Route” The National Research Council (AFRL/SFFP) August 2001.

1. “Synthesis and Characterization of Rigid, Hyperbranched Triarylphosphine Oxide Based Polymers via an A2 + B3 Route” The National Research Council (AFRL/SFFP) August 2001.

Presentations  (* denotes undergraduate student; **denotes masters level student)       

94. Fortney, Andria*; Fossum, Eric, “Tailoring the Solubility and Thermal Characteristics of Poly(ether ether ketone)s” presented at the University of Kentucky Regional Undergraduate Research Symposium, April 15, 2011.

93. Constandinidis, Fadwa*; Fossum, Eric, "Poly(arylene ether)s derived from 3,5-difluorobenzotrifluoride" presented at the University of Kentucky Regional Undergraduate Research Symposium, April 15, 2011.

92. Hoang, Huong*; Fossum, Eric, "Kinetic studies on the nucleophilic aromatic substitution reactions of 3,5-difluoroaromatic systems" presented at the University of Kentucky Regional Undergraduate Research Symposium, April 15, 2011.

91. Kern, Kimberly**; Fossum, Eric, "Copoly(arylene ether)s carrying pendant (3-sulfonated) phenyl sulfonyl groups" presented at the 241st ACS National Meeting & Exposition, Anaheim, CA, United States, March 27-31, 2011.

90. Constandinidis, Fadwa*; Fossum, Eric, "Poly(arylene ether)s derived from 3,5-difluorobenzotrifluoride" presented at the 241st ACS National Meeting & Exposition, Anaheim, CA, United States, March 27-31, 2011.

89. Hoang, Huong*; Fossum, Eric, "Determination of the kinetic parameters of BB'B'' monomers utilized to prepare hyperbranched poly(arylene ether)s" presented at the 241st ACS National Meeting & Exposition, Anaheim, CA, United States, March 27-31, 2011.

88. Constandinidis, Fadwa*; Fossum, Eric, "Poly(arylene ether)s derived from 3,5-difluorobenzotrifluoride" presented at the ACS Dayton Section Annual Poster Session, March 1, 2011

87. KeHoang, Huong*; Fossum, Eric, "Kinetic studies on the nucleophilic aromatic substitution reactions of 3,5-difluoroaromatic systems" presented at the ACS Dayton Section Annual Poster Session, March 1, 2011.

86. Kern, Kimberly**; Fossum, Eric, presented at the ACS Dayton Section Annual Poster Session, March 1, 2011.

85. “Living on the Edge: Meta Activated Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution as a Route to Functionalized Macromolecular Materials” presented at Northern Kentucky University, Nov. 2, 2010.
 
84. “Poly(arylene ether)s via Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution Reactions of 3,5-Difluoro Aromatic Systems” presented at the 42nd ACS Central Regional Meeting, Dayton, OH, June, 2010.

83. “Poly(arylene ether)s bearing pendant benzoxazole rings” Kusmus, D.* Fossum, Eric, presented at the 42nd ACS Central Regional Meeting, Dayton, OH, June, 2010.

82. “Functionalized, semicrystalline poly(ether ketone)s via in situ modification chemistry”  Kotha, Raghu;** Fossum, Eric, presented at the 42nd ACS Central Regional Meeting, Dayton, OH, June, 2010. 

81. “Temperature and pH responsive polyethyleneimine systems as potential nonviral gene vectors” Skidmore, Chad.;** Fossum, Eric, presented at the 42nd ACS Central Regional Meeting, Dayton, OH, June, 2010. 

80. “Poly(arylene ether)s carrying pendant (3-sulfonated) phenylsulfonyl groups”
Kern, K.* Fossum, Eric, presented at the 42nd ACS Central Regional Meeting, Dayton, OH, June, 2010.

79. “Linear poly(arylene ether)s with pendant diphenyl phosphoryl groups via nucleophilic aromatic substitution reactions of 3,5-difluorotriphenylphosphine oxide” Tienda, K.*; Fossum, E., presented at the ACS National Meeting, San Francisco, CA, March 2010.

78. “Functionalized, semicrystalline poly(ether ketone)s via in situ modification chemistry”  Kotha, Raghu;** Fossum, Eric, presented at ACS Dayton Section Annual Poster Session, March, 2010.

77. “Linear poly(arylene ether)s with pendant diphenyl phosphoryl groups via nucleophilic aromatic substitution reactions of 3,5-difluorotriphenylphosphine oxide” Tienda, K.* Fossum, Eric, presented at ACS Dayton Section Annual Poster Session, March, 2010.

76. “Temperature and pH responsive polyethyleneimine systems as potential nonviral gene vectors” Skidmore, Chad.;** Fossum, Eric, presented at ACS Dayton Section Annual Poster Session, March, 2010. 

75. “Having Fun With Kinetics” presented at Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH, February 26, 2010.

74.  “’One-Pot’ Oligomeric A2 + B3 Approach to Branched Poly(arylene ether)s: Reactivity Ratio Controlled Polycondensation”  Andrea Elsen and Eric Fossum, presented at the Gordon Research Conference – Polymers East, Mt. Holyoke College, June 2009.

73. “Poly(arylene ether)s carrying pendant (3-sulfonated) phenyl sulfonyl groups” Abdellatif, Mohamed;** Douglass, Dawn;* Fossum, Eric. presented at the 237th ACS National Meeting, Division of Fuel Chemistry, Salt Lake City, UT,  March 22-26, 2009.

72. “Effect of monomer geometry on extent of cyclization in polycondensation reactions” Elsen, Andrea M.;** Fossum, Eric, presented at the 237th ACS National Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, United States, March 22-26, 2009.

71. “Nucleophilic aromatic substitution behavior of 3,5-difluorobenzophenone: Synthesis of poly(arylene ether)s with pendant benzoyl groups” van Beek, Daniel;* Fossum, Eric, presented at the 237th ACS National Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, March 22-26, 2009.

70. “Tailoring the degree of branching in hyperbranched poly(arylene ether sulfone)s prepared via an A2 + BB'B" approach” Raghavapuram, Shravanthi;** Yu, Zhenning; Simons, Michael;** Fossum, Eric, presented at the 237th ACS National Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, March 22-26, 2009.
 
69. “Having Fun With Kinetics” presented at College of Mount St. Joseph, Cincinnati, OH, March 6, 2009.

68. “Synthesis and characterization of fluorine-contained polyimides with the diamondoid pendants on the backbone” Bai, Zongwu; Fossum, Eric; Moore, Brian E.; Dang, Thuy D. 236th ACS National Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, August 17-21, 2008.

67. “Exfoliating nanoclays with hyperbranched poly(arylene-ether-ketone-imide)s” Wang, David H.; Koerner, Hilmar; Drummy, Lawrence F.; Price, Gary E.; Yu, Zhenning; Fossum, Eric A.; Vaia, Richard A.; Tan, Loon-Seng 235th ACS National Meeting, New Orleans April, 2008.

66. “Tailoring the degree of branching in poly(arylene ether sulfone)s prepared from an ABB'B" monomer” Fossum, Eric; Ike, Amanda M.**; Hendricks, Nicholas Raymond;* Douglass, Dawn R.* 235th ACS National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 6-10, 2008 – This was an invited talk that was not actually presented due to health related issues with one of my sons.

65. “Fundamental studies on condensative chain polymerizations leading to poly(arylene ether)s” Meyer, Tricia;* Fossum, Eric.  235th ACS National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 6-10, 2008.  Awarded third place poster – Chem. Ed. Polymers

64. “Fundamental studies on condensative chain polymerizations leading to poly(arylene ether)s” Meyer, Tricia;* Fossum, Eric.  Presented at the local ACS-Dayton Poster session, March, 2008.

63. “Having Fun With Kinetics” presented at Muskingum College, Feb. 4th, 2008

62. “Reactivity Ratio Controlled Polycondensation Reactions” presented at AFRL/RXBN (formerly Polymer Branch), Feb. 8th, 2008.

61. “Having Fun With Kinetics” presented at Northern Kentucky University, Dec. 2007.

60. “Hyperbranched poly(arylene ether sulfone)s using an A2 + BB'B" approach: Effects of reactivity” Yu, Zhenning, Simons, Michael**, Fossum, Eric. 234th ACS National Meeting, Boston, MA, August 19, 2007.

59. “Tailoring branching via reactivity ratio controlled polymerization reactions of AB2 monomers” Ike, Amanda M.**, Douglass, Dawn R.*, Fossum, Eric  233rd ACS National Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 25-29, 2007.

58. “Hyperbranching polymerization of glycerol and fumaric acid” Werry, Brian Scott**, Fossum, Eric. 233rd ACS National Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 25-29, 2007.

57. “Facile synthesis of (3-Bromophenyl)-bis(4-fluorophenyl)phosphine oxide and
3-bromo-3',5'-Difluoro diphenyl sulfone: Monomers for functionalized poly(arylene ether)s” Werry, Brian S.,** Fossum, Eric. 233rd ACS National Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 25-29, 2007.

56. “Improved monomer synthesis for hyperbranched poly(arylene-ether-ketone-imide)-part II” Wang, David H., Marsh, Timothy, Yu, Zhenning, Fossum, Eric, Mather, Patrick T., Tan, Loon-Seng.  233rd ACS National Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 25-29, 2007.

55. “Manipulation of the branching structures of hyperbranched poly(arylene ether
phosphine oxide)s using an A2 + B2 + B3 approach” Simons, Michael,** Fossum, Eric. 233rd ACS National Meeting, Chicago, IL,  March 25-29, 2007.

54. “Tailoring the degree of branching in poly(arylene ether sulfone)s via reactivity-based control” Hendricks, Nicholas Raymond,* Himmelberg, Patrick,** Fossum, Eric 233rd ACS National Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 25-29, 2007, awarded third place poster at the Undergraduate Polymer Division Poster session.

53. “Polymers with Defined Morphologies via Kinetically Controlled Polycondensation Reactions” - DAGSI Review – Sept. 2006.

52. “Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution Behavior of 3,5-DiflouroPhenylsulfone in the Synthesis of Poly(arylene ether)s“  Mohamed Abdellatif,* presented at the Kentuckiana Undergraduate Research Symposium, Louisville, KY, April 8, 2006.

51. “Tailoring the Degree of Branching in Poly(arylene ether)s via Kinetic Control” Dawn Douglass* and Nick Hendricks* presented at the Kentuckiana Undergraduate Research Symposium, Louisville, KY, April 8, 2006  awarded 3rd Place Poster.

50. “Synthesis of branched poly(ether ketone) copolymers via reactions of AB and ABn monomers in the presence of core molecules”  Laura Sennet** presented at the ACS National Meeting, Atlanta, GA, March 26th, 2006.

49. “SNAr Behavior of 3,5-Difluorodiphenylsulfone in the Formation of Poly(arylene ether)s presented at the ACS National Meeting, Atlanta, GA, March 26th, 2006.

48. “Synthesis of branched poly(ether ketone) copolymers via reactions of AB and ABn monomers in the presence of core molecules”  Laura Sennet** presented at the ACS Dayton Section Meeting, March 7st, 2006.

47. “Exploring Some Fundamental Aspects of Kinetically Controlled Polycondensation Reactions” presented at the Gordon Research Conference, Mt. Holyoke, MA, June 20-21, 2005.

46. “Controlled Synthesis of Linear and Branched Materials via Polycondensation Reactions” presented at the University of Cincinnati, May 12, 2005.

45. “Thermally Stable, Highly Branched Polymers via an A2 +_ B3 Polycondensation of Phosphine oxide Based Monomers”  Candace Beach*, Angie Sellers*, and Eric Fossum, presented at the Kentuckiana Undergraduate Research Symposium, Louisville, KY, April 2, 2005; awarded 3rd place poster.

44. “Using Kinetics to Control Polycondensation Reactions” presented at the Kentuckiana Undergraduate Research Symposium, Louisville, KY, April 2, 2005.

43. “Advanced Polyester Dielectrics for High Energy Density Capacitor Applications, T.F.Dang, N. Venkatasabramanian, L.D. Williams*, and E. Fossum, presented at the ACS National Meeting, San Diego, CA, March 15th, 2005.

42. “Development of a Simple Route to Hyperbranched Poly(arylene ether sulfone)s” Patrick Himmelberg** and Eric Fossum, presented at the ACS National Meeting, San Diego, CA, March 15th, 2005.

41. “A Thorough Study of the Synthesis of Linear Poly(arylene ether phosphine oxide)S via an AB Monomer” Sridevi Kaiti**, and Eric Fossum, presented at the ACS Local Section Meeting, March 1st, 2005; awarded best graduate student poster.

40. “Controlled Synthesis of Hyperbranched Materials via Polycondensation Chemistry: Membrane Applications” presented at the Institute for Macromolecular Chemistry, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic, January 7th, 2005.

39. “Taking a Closer Look at Reaction Rates in Hyperbranching Polycondensation Reaction” L. Bedrossian* and Eric Fossum, presented at the ACS Dayton Section Poster Session, March 2004.

38. “Determination of the Relative Reactivity Ratios of Monomer, Core, and Growing Polymer in Hyperbranching Polymerization Reactions of AB2 Monomers for Poly(Arylene Ether)s”
Laura, Bedrossian* and Eric Fossum, presented at the 227th ACS National Meeting, Anaheim, CA, March 2004.

37. “An Alternative Approach to Phenol Terminated Hyperbranched Poly(arylene ether phosphine oxide)s” Sharlene Hopkins* and Eric Fossum presented at the 227th ACS National Meeting, Anaheim, CA, March 2004.

36. “Using Reactivity Ratios to Control Hyperbranching Polycondensation Reactions” James Guyo** and Eric Fossum, presented at the 227th ACS National Meeting, Anaheim, CA, March 2004.

35. “Taking a Closer Look at Reaction Rates in Hyperbranching Polycondensation Reaction”  L. Bedrossian* and Eric Fossum, presented at the Kentuckiana Undergraduate Research Symposium, Lousiville, KY, March 2004, awarded 1st place poster.

34. “Taking a Closer Look at Reaction Rates in Hyperbranching Polycondensation Reaction”  L. Bedrossian* and Eric Fossum, presented at the 2nd Annual Ohio Valley Organic Chemistry Symposium, Dayton, OH, May 2004.

33. “Using Reactivity Ratios to Control Hyperbranching Polycondensation Reactions” James Guyo** and Eric Fossum, presented at the 2nd Annual Ohio Valley Organic Chemistry Symposium, Dayton, OH, May 2004.

32. “An Alternative Approach to Phenol Terminated Hyperbranched Poly(arylene ether phosphine oxide)s” Sharlene Hopkins* and Eric Fossum, presented at the 2nd Annual Ohio Valley Organic Chemistry Symposium, Dayton, OH, May 2004.

31. “Reactivity Effects in the Synthesis of Hyperbranched Poly(arylene ether)s Eric Fossum, invited talk at the ACS International Workshop – Branched Polymers for Performance, Williamsburg, VA, May 24th, 2004.

30. “Using 1H, 13C, 19F, and 31P NMR Spectroscopy to Monitor Structural Development in Hyperbranching Polycondensation Reactions” Eric Fossum, invited talk at the Ohio NMR Consortium Symposium, October 2nd, 2004, Columbus, OH.

29. “Using Reactivity Ratios to Control Hyperbranching Polymerization Reactions" presented at the Gordon Research Conference (Polymers – East), Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA, June 2003.

28. “Using Reactivity Ratios to Control Hyperbranching Polymerization Reactions" presented at the University of Dayton, Dayton, OH, March 2003.

27. “Polymerization of Various Polar Monomers Utilizing Anhydrous Lanthanide Schiff Base Complexes” J. A. Belot, S. A. Schuetz, V. W. Day, J. L. Clark, A. L. Rheingold, and E. Fossum, presented at the 225th ACS National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 2003.

26. “Preparation of Hyperbranched Poly(arylene arylene phosphine oxide)s via an A2 + B3 Approach” E. Fossum and L.-S. Tan, presented at the 225th ACS National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 2003.

25. “Hyperbranched Poly(arylene ether phosphine oxide)s via an A2 + B3 Approach” Michaela Czupik** and Eric Fossum, presented at the 225th ACS National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 2003.

24. “A Study of the A2 + B3 Reaction of Fumaric Acid and Trimethylol Propane”  H. Lusic** and Eric Fossum, presented at the 225th ACS National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 2003.

23. “Preparation of Hyperbranched Poly(arylene ether phosphine oxides) via an A2 + B3 Approach”  Michaela Czupik** and Eric Fossum, presented at the ACS Dayton Section Poster Session, March 2003.

22. “Preparation of Unsaturated Hyperbranched Polyester Systems via an A2 + B3 Approach”  Hrvoje Lusic** and Eric Fossum, presented at the ACS Dayton Section Poster Session, March 2003.

21. “Controlling Hyperbranching Polymerization Reactions Through the Use of Highly Activated Core Molecules” Laura Bedrossian*, Kelly Collins*, and Eric Fossum, presented at the ACS Dayton Section Poster Session, March 2003.

20. “Controlling Hyperbranching Polymerization Reactions Through the Use of Highly Activated Core Molecules” Laura Bedrossian*, Kelly Collins*, and Eric Fossum, presented at the Kentuckiana Undergraduate Research Symposium, University of Louisville, March 2003.  The poster was awarded 2nd Place.

19. “Approaches to Minimizing Intramolecular Cyclization in the Polymerization Reaction of AB2 Triarylphosphine Oxide Monomers”  Nathaniel Bankey* and Eric Fossum, presented at the Kentuckiana Undergraduate Research Symposium, University of Louisville, March 2003.

18. “Controlling Hyperbranching Polymerization Reactions Through the Use of Reactivity Ratios” presented at Wright State University, March, 2003.

17. “Using Reactivity Ratios to Control Hyperbranching Polymerization Reactions"  Rheinisch-Westfalische Technische Hochscule, Aachen, Germany, January, 2003.

16. “Hyperbranched Poly(arylene ether phosphine)s with Controlled Molecular Weights for Use as Macromolecular Ligands" Laura Bedrossian*, Kelly Collins, and Eric Fossum; presented at the 1st Annual Miami Valley Organic Symposium, Frontiers in Combinatorial Chemistry, Miami University, Oxford, OH, December 2002.

15. "Triarylphosphine Oxide-Based Hyperbranched Polymers" presented at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE, September 2002.

14.  “Rigid, Triarylphosphine Oxide-Based Hyperbranched Polymers” presented to the Polymer Branch at AFRL, WPAFB, August, 2002.

13. "Functionalized Narrow Molecular Weight Distribution Hyperbranched Poly(arylene ether phosphine oxide)s" presented at the ACS National Meeting, Boston, MA, August 2002.

12.  "A Study of the Suzuki Coupling Reactions of (4-X-Ph)Ph2P=O" Michaela Czupik* and Eric Fossum, presented at the ACS Dayton Section Poster Session, March 2002.

11. "A Study of the Suzuki Coupling Reactions of (4-X-Ph)Ph2P=O" Michaela Czupik* and Eric Fossum, presented at the 2nd Annual Kentuckiana Undergraduate Research Symposium, Louisville, KY, March 2002.

10. “Hyperbranched Triarylphosphine Ethers as Ligands for Heterogeneous and Homogeneous Catalysis” presented at the University of Toledo, October, 2001.

9. “Exploration of Routes to Polythiophene-Based Graft Copolymers”  Jack Koussa** and Eric Fossum, presented at the Great Lakes Regional Meeting, Grand Rapids, MI, 2001.

8. “Studies Directed Toward the Synthesis of Narrow Molecular Weight Distribution Hyperbranched Poly(arylene ether phosphine oxide)s” David P. Bernal** and Eric Fossum presented at the Great Lakes Regional Meeting, Grand Rapids, MI, 2001.

7. “Hyberbranched Poly(arylene ether phosphine)s for Use as Macromolecular Ligands” presented at the Great Lakes Regional Meeting, Grand Rapids, MI, 2001. Invited talk at the Green Polymer Chemistry Symposium.

6. “Synthesis, characterization, and polymerization of ABx triarylphosphine oxide monomers” presented at the American Chemical Society Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 2000.

5. “Progress Toward the Synthesis of Triarylphosphine Oxide-Based Dendrimers and Hyperbranched Polymers” presented at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, December, 1999.

Prior to Wright State

4. “The Chemistry of Some Silicon Derivatives of Hexafluorocumyl Alcohol” Presented at the 29th Organosilicon Symposium, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, March, 1996.

3.  “Preparation of Well-Defined Polystyrene-block-Poly(methylphenylsilylene) Copolymers”  Presented at the American Chemical Society National Meeting, Washington, D.C. 1994.

2. “Regiochemistry of Polysilanes Prepared by Ring Opening Polymerization” Presented at the American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Diego, CA 1994.

1.  “Towards Identification of the Stereoisomers of Me4Ph4Si4” Presented at the American Chemical Society National Meeting, Denver, CO 1993.

Service – Committee Work

Departmental Committees

Graduate Studies – since 2000
Instrumentation and equipment – since 2001
Procter and Gamble Lecture - since 2002
Ad Hoc M.S. Program Review – Chair since 2005
Chemistry Department Self Study – 2004 through 2005
Member of Thesis Committee for 27 M.S students - since 2000
M.S. Semester Conversion Committee – Since Fall of 2009

College Committees

College of Science and Mathematics, COSM, Steering Committee – 2005 - 2007
COSM Strategic Planning Committee for Graduate Research and Education – since 2007
COSM Teaching Award Committee – 2005
COSM – WSU 40th Anniversary (2007) Committee

University Level

Wright State University Faculty Senate – spring 2002 – spring 2003

National

ACS Legislative Action Network – since 2000
Discussion Leader, Gordon Conference (Polymers East), June, 2007
Session Chair, ACS Central Regional Meeting, Dayton, OH June 19th, 2010.

 


 

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