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Hire Dr. Jesse Kelly
United States
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Experienced chemist & chemical engineer focusing on CASE (coatings, adhesives, sealants, & elastomers) materials.

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Work Experience

Research Scientist

Luna Innovations, Inc.

February 2016 - Present

Engineer II

Siemens Energy

July 2008 - August 2010

Education

Ph.D. Chemical Engineering

Clemson University

August 2010 - December 2014

B.S. Chemical Engineering

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech)

August 2004 - May 2008

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Publications
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Jesse Kelly, Yi Zheng, Mark Roberts, Ning Zhang, Terry Walker(2015). Harvesting microalgae using the temperature-activated phase transition of thermoresponsive polymers . Algal Research. 11. p. 90--94. Elsevier {BV}
Jesse C. Kelly, Dale L. Huber, Andrew D. Price, Mark E. Roberts(2015). Switchable electrolyte properties and redox chemistry in aqueous media based on temperature-responsive polymers . Journal of Applied Electrochemistry. 45. (8). p. 921--930. Springer Nature
Jesse C. Kelly, Nicholas L. Degrood, Mark E. Roberts(2015). Li-ion battery shut-off at high temperature caused by polymer phase separation in responsive electrolytes . Chemical Communications. 51. (25). p. 5448--5451. Royal Society of Chemistry ({RSC})
Jesse C. Kelly, Rishi Gupta, Mark E. Roberts(2015). Responsive electrolytes that inhibit electrochemical energy conversion at elevated temperatures . J. Mater. Chem. A. Royal Society of Chemistry ({RSC})
Jesse C. Kelly, Mark Pepin, Dale L. Huber, Bruce C. Bunker, Mark E. Roberts(2012). Reversible Control of Electrochemical Properties Using Thermally-Responsive Polymer Electrolytes . Adv. Mater. 24. (7). p. 886--889. Wiley-Blackwell