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Kevin D. Belfield University of Central Florida Department of Chemistry P.O. Box 162366, Orlando, FL 32816-2366 phone: (407) 823-1028 e-mail: [email protected] Kevin D. Belfield received the B.S. in Chemistry in 1982 from Rochester Institute of Technology and the Ph.D. in Chemistry from Syracuse University in 1988, where he studied the kinetics and mechanism of thermal rearrangements of organic molecules. After conducting research in polymer stabilization and degradation at Ciba-Geigy, he worked in the area of synthesis and characterization of functionalized polymers at State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry. He then pursued postdoctoral research in mechanistic organic chemistry at Harvard University, utilizing photochemical reactions and determining radical stabilization energies of polyenyl radicals through spectroscopically aided kinetic studies. He joined the faculty of the Chemistry Department at the University of Detroit Mercy in 1992, where he received funding from Ford Motor Co. for new materials for stereolithography and from NSF. He moved to the University of Central Florida’s Department of Chemistry in 1998 to establish a program in functional polymer chemistry and organic photonic materials. He was appointed Chair of the Chemistry Department in November 2004, and holds joint appointments in the College of Optics and Photonics, the Biomolecular Science Center, and the Department of Mechanical, Materials, and Aerospace Engineering. His research interests are in the area of multiphoton absorbing materials, two-photon photochemistry, magnetic polymeric and sol-gel nanocomposites, site-specific fluorophore labeling, fluorescent- based sensors and bioimaging probes, photodynamic therapy agents, nanostructured functional organic and polymeric materials, and two-photon based 3D microfabrication and high density optical data storage. Appointments: 2004 - present: UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA , Orlando, FL Professor and Chair, Department of Chemistry 2003 - present: UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA , Orlando, FL Professor of Chemistry 1998 - 2003: UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA , Orlando, FL Associate Professor of Chemistry, tenured 1992 - 1998: UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT MERCY , Detroit, MI Assistant/Associate Professor of Chemistry, tenured in 1996 1990-1992: HARVARD UNIVERSITY , Cambridge, MA Department of Chemistry, Postdoctoral Research Fellow
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2 1989-1990 STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK , Syracuse, NY COLLEGE OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & FORESTRY Department of Chemistry & Polymer Research Institute Postdoctoral Research Associate 1988-1989 CIBA-GEIGY CORPORATION , Ardsley, NY Polymer Additives Division, Senior Research Scientist Education: 1983-1988 SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY , Syracuse, NY Ph.D. Chemistry 1978-1982 ROCHESTER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY , Rochester, NY B.S. Chemistry Awards: 2009 Rochester Institute of Technology College of Science Distinguished Alumni Award
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