Carnegie Mellon University

Jacob Flum

Jacob Flum

Graduate Student

Address
Carnegie Mellon University
4400 Fifth Avenue
Mellon Institute
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Bio

 

Education

Undergraduate (August 2013-May 2017)
B.S. Chemistry
Miami University, Oxford, OH

Graduate (August 2017- present)
Ph. D. Chemistry
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA

Research

Graduate Research Assistant
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
(August 2017-present) Advisor: Dr. Krzysztof Matyjaszewski
Synthesis of nanoparticles surface modified with polymers and their energy applications.

Undergraduate Research Assistant
Miami University, Oxford, OH
(January 2015-May 2017) Advisor: Dr. Dominik Konkolewicz
Synthesis and characterization of self healing materials with supramolecular and reversible covalent bonding.

Publications

  1. Zhang, B.; Digby, Z.A.; Flum, J.A.; Foster, E.M.; Sparks, J.L.; Konkolewicz, D.* “Self-Healing, Malleable and creep Limiting Materials using both Supramolecular and Reversible Covalent Linkages”, Polymer Chemistry, 2015, 6, 7368-7672
  2. Zhang, B.; Digby, Z.A.; Flum, J.A.; Progyateg, C.; Saul, J.; Sparks, J.L.; Konkolewicz, D.* “Dynamic Thiol-Michael Chemistry for Thermoresponsive Re-Healable and Malleable Networks”, Macromolecules, 2016, 49, 6871-6878
  3. Foster, E.M.; Lensmeyer, E.E.; Zhang, B.; Chakma, P.; Flum, J.A.; Via, J.J.; Sparks, J.L.; Konkolewicz, D.* "Effect of Polymer Network Architecture, Enhancing Soft Materials Using Orthogonal Dynamic Bonds in an Interpenetrating Network", ACS Macro Letters, 2017, 6, 495-499.

Presentations

  1. Zhang, B.; Digby, Z.A.; Flum, J.A.; Foster, E.M.; Sparks, J.L.; Konkolewicz, D. “Self-Healing, Malleable and Creep Limiting Materials using both Supramolecular and Reversible Covalent Linkages”, Oesper Symposium, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati OH, Nov 13 2015.