Shaun O'Donnell

Shaun O'Donnell

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Shaun O'Donnell's current research at NREL focuses on the synthesis, characterization, and processing of nitride magnets. His work makes use of a variety of solid-state synthesis techniques to prepare new and existing nitride compounds to study their structural and magnetic properties. Additionally, he is exploring the use of low-melting metal eutectics as a means for processing metastable nitride magnet powders into bulk magnets. 

Research Interests

Solid-state synthesis

Magnets

Semiconductors

Inorganic materials

Structure-property relationships

Professional Experience

Postdoctoral Researcher, Colorado State University (2023)

Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant, North Carolina State University (2017–2022)

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Chemistry, Clemson University

PhD, Chemistry, North Carolina State University