Management & Executive Committee

Russell J. Hemley is the Director of EFree. His research explores the chemistry of materials over a broad range of thermodynamic conditions from low to very high pressures. He began his research career in molecular spectroscopy and electronic structure theory. An interest in the effects of high pressures on materials led him to the Geophysical...
Timothy Strobel is the Associate Director of EFree. His research is centered around the synthesis and characterization of novel materials for energy and advanced applications. New materials are synthesized using unique pressure-temperature conditions and through innovative processing pathways. Of particular interest are extended structures rich in...
Stephen Gramsch is the EFree Coordinator.  As Carnegie DOE Programs Coordinator, Steve Gramsch looks after the day-to-day operations of the DOE-funded centers headquartered at the Geophysical Laboratory.  Steve also coordinates the Carnegie Summer Scholars Program, a 10-week research experience designed for college undergraduates.  Summer Scholars...
John Badding received his B.S. from Manhattan College in 1984 and his Ph.D. from the University of California - Berkely in 1989.  He has been a Professor of Chemistry at the Pennsylvania State University since 1991. His research focuses on several areas of inorganic and polymeric materials chemistry, including optoelectronic materials and...
Kai Landskron's research is focused on nanoporous inorganic and organic-inorganic hybrid solid state materials. The research is synthetically oriented but also investigates the structural, physical, and chemical properties as well as possible applications of nanoporous materials. One major research focus is on the high-pressure chemistry of...
Morgan Phillips Hoople is the EFree Administrator, as well as the Assistant to Russell J. Hemley. She has been working at Carnegie since July of 2004. She received her B.A. in History from DePauw University in 2002.
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