Edward W. Hagaman

 

Chemical Sciences Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

 

Position: Senior Research Scientist

 

Education:

        Ph.D., Organic Chemistry, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

        B. S., Chemistry, California State College at San Bernardino, San Bernardino, CA

 

Professional Experience:

        Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Research Staff, Chemical Sciences (1976-present)

        University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Part-Time Professor of Chemistry (1982)

        Rice University, Houston, TX

Postdoctoral Fellow and Director of the Nuclear Magnetic Laboratory

 

Honors and Awards:

        Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Technical Achievement Award, (1989)

        National Institute of Chemists, Scholastic Achievement Award (1970);

 

Professional Activities:

        Topical Editor, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, for the Handbook of Spectroscopy, Wiley-VCH, (2000 - )

        DOE/Basic Energy Sciences/Division of Chemical Sciences Program Review, Chemistry Division Programs: Argonne National Laboratory, (1998)

        DOE/Fossil Energy/Advanced Research Program Review, Panel on Coal Characterization (1995).

        American Chemical Society: member of the Fuel Chemistry Division

 

Current Research Interests:

Structure of amorphous, heterogeneous organic solids; reactivity of fossil fuels; structure and interactions at interfaces; polymer structure; solid state nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy

 

Presentations: 41 presentations at conferences and universities

 

Publications: 90 total