- Professor of Physics
Stephen FitzGerald Coauthors Paper
December 6, 2021
Professor of Physics Stephen FitzGerald coauthored a paper along with Didier Banyeretse ’20 and Tyler Hartman ’20 that was published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society. The paper looks at the binding of molecular hydrogen as an energy storage mechanism with applications for fuel cell powered cars.
Stephen FitzGerald Publishes Paper
January 6, 2020
Professor of Physics Stephen FitzGerald published the paper "Hydrogen Isotope Separation within the Metal−Organic FrameworkCu(I)-MFU‑4l" in the Journal of Physical Chemistry. The paper included work from three Oberlin students' honors projects.
Stephen FitzGerald Serves on Panel
February 12, 2019
Professor of Physics Stephen FitzGerald served on an international panel in Leipzig, Germany to review hydrogen isotope initiative.
Stephen FitzGerald Co-Authors Paper
January 17, 2019
Stephen FitzGerald, professor of physics, co-authored a paper in Chemistry of Materials. Read the press release about the paper.
Stephen FitzGerald Presents Seminar
November 12, 2018
Professor of Physics Stephen FitzGerald presented a seminar titled "Hydrogen Isotope Separation Using Metal-Organic Frameworks" at the University of California Berkeley.
Stephen FitzGerald Awarded Grant
March 2, 2017
Professor of Physics Stephen FitzGerald was awarded a three-year, $310,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to support his project entitled "RUI: Probing adsorbate interactions in metal-organic frameworks using site selective spectroscopy." This research examines hydrogen storage for fuel-cell applications and isotope separation for chemical labeling, medical tracing, and heavy water moderators. The grant provides funds for on-going student participation and the acquisition of a specialized mass-spectrometer.
Stephen FitzGerald Publishes
November 11, 2015
Professor of Physics Stephen FitzGerald published the paper "Orientational ortho-H2 pair interactions in the microporous framework MOF-5” in the international journal Physical Review B. The paper was co-authored by Christopher Eckdahl '17, Cooper McDonald '15, Jocienne Nelson '14, Kai Shinbrough '17, Holden Lai '15, and the late Assistant Professor of Chemistry Jesse Rowsell.
Enrico Milletti ’19 Receives Louis Sudler Prize in the Arts
May 29, 2019
Physics Lab Explores New Approach to Deuterium Separation
April 18, 2019
A Conversation with Stephen FitzGerald
November 10, 2017