Jonathan Ogle, Ph.D.

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Phone: 800.900.2001
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Jonathan holds a Ph.D. in Materials Chemistry from the University of Utah and has a Bachelor of Science in both Chemistry and Engineering.


At the University of Utah, Jonathan’s Ph.D. research included establishing protocols for thin-film materials via physical/chemical vapor deposition and oxidative polymerization, and material characterization of morphology and electronic structure.

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Professional Recognition

  • Mills/Wiley Outstanding Performance in Physical Chemistry Award – 2012
  • Energy Research Triangle – Scholars Award – 2017

Areas of Special Expertise

  • Electronic structure characterization
  • Instrument Design
  • Morphology and structural characterization
  • Synthesis

Community and Professional Organizations

  • Sigma Pi Sigma Physics Honor Society


  • University of Utah, Ph.D., Materials Chemistry
  • Fort Lewis College, B.S., Chemistry
  • Fort Lewis College, B.S., Engineering

Prior Professional Experience

  • Graduate research assistant, University of Utah
  • Internship, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Selected Publications & Presentations

  • Ogle, D. Powell, D. Nordlund, D.-M. Smilgies, and L. Whittaker-Brooks. Promoting band-like transport in well-defined and highly conducting polymer thin films via counter-ion dopant and polymerization effects. Appl. Polym. Mater., 2021.
  • Flannery, J. Ogle, D. Powell, C. Tassone, L. Whittaker-Brooks. Voltage bias stress effects in organic-inorganic halide perovskites are strongly dependent on morphology and ion migration pathways. J. Mater. Chem. A, 2020.
  • Ogle, N. Lahiri, C. Jaye, J. Louie, and L. Whittaker-Brooks. Semiconducting to metallic electronic landscapes in defects controlled two-dimensional π-d conjugated coordination polymer thin films. Adv. Funct. Mater., 2020.
  • Ogle, D. Powell, E. Amerling, D.-M. Smilgies, and L. Whittaker-Brooks. Quantifying multiple crystallite orientations and crystal heterogeneities in complex thin-film materials. CrystEngComm, 2019.
  • Ogle, J. Naglak, I. Blue-Eyes, C. Miller, A. Baumbach, P. Prentis, R. N. Smith, Design and development of a sampling platform to study long-distance seed dispersal. MTS/IEEE Oceans, 2014.