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Joseph Robertson (Fed)

Dr. Robertson is a Physical Scientist in the Microsystems and Nanotechnology Division of the Physical Measurement Laboratory at NIST. He received a B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Kansas and a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Arizona. Prior to joining NIST, he was a post doctoral fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research in Mainz. Joseph joined NIST through a National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council Research fellowship. His current research interests included molecular and ion transport in model membrane systems, single molecule biosensors, electrochemical charge storage, and the structure-function relationship in protein and synthetic macromolecules.

Publications

Nanopore sensing: a physical-chemical approach

Author(s)
Joseph W. Robertson, Madhav Ghimire, Joseph Reiner
Protein nanopores have emerged as an important class of sensor, for the understanding of biophysical processes, such as molecular transport across membranes

Nonvolatile memory based on redox-active Ruthenium molecular monolayers

Author(s)
Kai Jiang, Sujitra Pookpanratana, Tong Ren, Sean Natoli, Brent A. Sperling, Joseph W. Robertson, Curt A. Richter, Sheng Yu, Qiliang Li
A monolayer of diruthenium molecules was self-assembled onto the silicon oxide surface in a semiconductor capacitor structure with a ‘click' reaction for

Patents

Created October 9, 2019, Updated September 7, 2022