Vita - Robert S. Rodgers

Professional Experience:

Senior Electrochemist
GAMRY Instruments, Inc.
Warminster, PA
Aug 2001 - March 2008

Principal Consultant
Research Solutions & Resources
Princeton, NJ
Mar 1999 -Aug 2001


Senior Scientist, Electrochemistry
EG&G Instruments, Inc.
Oak Ridge, TN
(now Princeton Applied Research, An Ametek Company)
Aug 1979 - Mar 1999

Visiting Scientist, Department of Chemistry
Rutgers University
New Brunswick, NJ
May 1997-May 1998
Host: Dr. A Yacynych

Bob in the EGG lab
Bob in the EG&G lab in Princeton, NJ.


Assistant Professor, Analytical Chemistry
Lehigh University
Bethlehem, PA
Department of Chemistry
Sept 1973 - Aug 1979
Courses taught: Instrumental Analysis; Electronics for Chemists I & II; Electrochemistry (graduate)
Research areas: electron transfer kinetics, computers in chemistry
Two Ph.D. graduates

Assistant Professor (Temporary)
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI
Department of Chemistry
Sept 1972 - Aug 1973
Courses taught: Freshman Chemistry

Research Associate (Post Doc)
California Institute of Technology
Pasadena, CA
July 1970 - Aug 1972
Supervisor: Dr. Fred Anson
Research areas: adsorption at electrodes, Electron transfer kinetics




RS Rodgers and Louis Meites, ca. 1960
A much younger Bob Rodgers

Ph.D. in Chemistry, 1971
Clarkson College (now Clarkson University)
Potsdam, NY 
Sept 1968 - July 1970
Thesis: "An Electrochemical Investigation of Intermetallic Compound Formation in Amalgams"
Advisor: Dr. Louis Meites

B.S., M.S. in Chemistry, 1966
Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn
(now Polytechnic University)
Brooklyn, NY 
Sept 1962 - Aug 1968
Thesis: "I. Corrections for Charging Current in Chronopotentiometry. II. Cyclic Triangular-wave Voltammetry"
Advisor: Dr. Louis Meites


Publications and Presentations:

Twenty scientific publications in the areas of electrochemistry and instrumentation. Numerous presentations, worldwide.

Societies and Professional Organizations:

American Chemistry Society (ACS)
Electrochemical Society (ECS)
International Society for Electrochemistry (ISE)
Society for Electroanalytical Chemistry (SEAC) Director: 1995-2000


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