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The Teets Group, established in 2014, studies mechanistic inorganic chemistry, catalysis, and photochemistry. Please visit our pages to learn more about the group members and our research.


Teets Group, March 2017

Pictured left to right: Ge Mu, Evanta Kabir, Hanah Na, Jonas Kölsch, Tom Teets, Ku Sun Choung, Jong-Hwa Shon, Burny Lai

Recent News

June 2017: Comings and goings: Best wishes to Mohammad Din Islam, recent M.S. graduate, and undergraduate Dhruti Patel, who departs for UNT's Medical Science Masters program. We welcome three new additions as well: undergraduates Boi-Lien Nguyen and Monserrath Hernandez, and high school student Richard Guo.

March 2017: Hanah and Ayan's paper on bis-cyclometalated iridium complexes with electronically varied aryl isocyanide ancillary ligands appears online in Dalton Transactions.

March 2017: Jonas departs the group after an incredibly productive 6-month stay. Auf wiedersehen!

December 2016: Tom and the group's research are featured in an ACS Select Virtual Issue, "Emerging Investigators in Inorganic Photochemistry and Photophysics." Check it out!

November 2016: First-year graduate student Louise Cañada joins the group. Welcome aboard!

October 2016: More changes to the roster: Postdoc Ayan Maity departs the group and takes a position in the Radosevich group at MIT. Visiting student Jonas Kölsch joins us from Mainz, Germany.

September 2016: Comings and goings: Linh Quang Le departs the group after a very productive year, and a new undergraduate researcher Dhruti Patel is on-board to begin working on formazanate chemistry.

August 2016: Rosa's paper on bis-cyclometalated iridium complexes with fluorinated β-ketoiminate and β-diketiminate ancillary ligands appears online in Organometallics. ( link ) Check out some nice work by a phenomenal undergrad!

July 2016: The group's collective age just increased: Lena Brysacz departs after spending one very productive month in the group supported by the Welch Foundation Summer Scholars program.