Carlos Baez-Cotto

20232024

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Carlos Baez-Cotto is a researcher at NREL in the roll-to-roll process science area, exploring how ink formulation affect molecular-level interactions in cathode catalyst layer crack formation. His current approaches include modifying ink component ratio, sample preparation, coating processes/conditions, and use of additives. His main research projects have focused on the design and synthesis of small molecules via air-free techniques, characterization of lyotropic liquid crystal microemulsions utilizing scattering techniques, and generation of electron density maps to develop structure/self-assembly relationships of the aforementioned nanostructures. 

Research Interests

Formulation chemistry

Fundamental science

Materials chemistry

Professional Experience

Chemistry Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Chemistry, University of Minnesota (2014–2019)

Undergraduate Summer Intern, National Science Foundation Research Experience, Department of Chemistry, University of Wisconsin (2012–2013)

Undergraduate Summer Intern, National Science Foundation Research Experience, Department of Chemistry, Penn State University (2010–2011)

Undergraduate Research Assistant, Department of Chemistry, University of Puerto Rico (2009–2011) 

Education/Academic Qualification

PhD, Materials Chemistry, University of Minnesota Twin Cities

Bachelor, Chemistry, University of Puerto Rico

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