- Doctoral Student, Braunschweig Lab, Nanoscience Initiative
Andrew Levine obtained his B.S. in Chemistry from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2008 and M.S. in Science Education from Boston College in 2011. After teaching high school chemistry, physics, and astronomy at the Academy for Software Engineering in Manhattan, he returned to graduate school joining CUNY’s Ph.D. program in Chemistry. He currently researches supramolecular nanomaterials in Professor Adam Braunschweig’s group at the Advanced Science Research Center.
His research interests include the investigation of materials for photovoltaic applications and their fabrication into devices.
S. Biswas, M. Kumar, A.M. Levine, I. Jimenez, R.V. Ulijn, A.B. Braunschweig, Visible-Light Photooxidation in Water by 1O2-Generating Supramolecular Hydrogels, Chemical Science, 2020, DOI: 10.1039/x0xx00000x.
A. Levine, C. Schierl, B. Basel, M. Ahmed, B. Carmago, D. Guldi, A.B. Braunschweig, Singlet Fission in Combinatorial DiketopyrrolopyrroleRylene Supramolecular Films, The Journal of Physical Chemistry, 2019, 123, 1587.