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April 2017 Graduate Student Research Highlight: Daniel Miller

Graduate student: Daniel P. Miller, 4th-year Ph.D. student in Prof. Zurek’s group

Notable recent achievements:

D.P. Miller, J. Hooper, S. Simpson, P.S. Costa, N. Tyminska, S.M. McDonnell, J.A. Bennett, A. Enders, E. Zurek, “Electronic Structure of Iron Porphyrin Adsorbed to the Pt(111) Surface”, J. Phys. Chem. C120(51), 29173-29181 (2016). Article

S. Beniwal, J. Hooper, D.P. Miller, P.S. Costa, G. Chen, S.-Y. Liu, P.A. Dowben, E.C.H. Sykes, E. Zurek, A. Enders, “Graphene-like Boron-Carbon-Nitrogen Monolayers”, ACS Nano11(3), 2486-2493 (2017). Article

Research highlight:

My research is focused on better understanding the chemistry involved in molecules being adsorbed to metallic surfaces and what properties exhibited by such systems are useful.

Being at UB has allowed me to collaborate with other research groups in our own chemistry department and even those at other universities.

I enjoy spending time with family, playing video games, and hanging out with my fiancée, Katelynn.

Congratulations, Dan!