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  • CURRICULUM VITAE - Stephen Edward Creager Updated February 2016 PERSONAL DATA Occupation: Professor of Chemistry

    Address: Hunter Laboratory, Department of Chemistry, Clemson University, Clemson, SC 29634

    EDUCATION Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, 1987, Chemistry B.S, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, 1982, Chemistry PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    Clemson University, 2013 - 2014, Provost’s Fellow Clemson University, 2007 - 2013, Chemistry Department Chair Clemson University, 2005 - 2007, Interim Associate Dean of the Graduate School

    Clemson University, 2000 - present, Professor Clemson University, 1998- 2000, Associate Professor Clinical Micro Sensors Inc., 1998, Visiting Research Scientist

    Clemson University, 1995- 1998, Assistant Professor Indiana University, 1989-1995, Assistant Professor University of Texas, 1987-1989, Research Associate CONSULTING EXPERIENCE Clinical Micro Sensors, Pasadena, CA (electrochemical sensors) Bace Technologies, Pickens, SC. (electrolytic capacitor technology)

    ZettaCore Inc., Denver, CO (electrochemical computer memory technology) OhmX LLC, Chicago IL (electrochemical sensors / medical diagnostics)

    PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS American Chemical Society The Electrochemical Society

    Society for Electroanalytical Chemistry American Association for the Advancement of Science Sigma Xi (Scientific Research Society) Phi Lambda Upsilon (Chemistry Honorary Society) PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES (selected since 2000)

    Member of the Review Panels on Materials Science and Engineering and Mechanical Science and Engineering at the Army Research Laboratory, part of the Laboratory Assessments Board, National Academies National Research Council, 2015-2017

    Reviewer for the NSF Graduate Fellowship Program, spring 2015 Founding faculty advisor to Student Chapter of The Electrochemical Society, 2014 -

    present Co-chair of the Local Organizing Committee for the15th IUPAC Symposium on

    MacroMolecular Complexes, August 2013

  • Chair of the Electrochemistry Gordon Research Conference, Jan 2010 Member of external department review committees, Northern Illinois University and

    Auburn University chemistry departments, Spring 2008 Member of the Board of Directors, Society for Electroanalytical Chemistry (SEAC),

    2007 - 2012 Member of award jury, Carl Wagner Award of the Electrochemical Society, 2005 - 2013 Participant in NSF-sponsored workshop on “New Challenges of Chemical and Biological

    Sensing”, Arlington, VA, January 2002 Participant in DOE-sponsored workshop on "Charge Transfer on the Nanoscale", Santa

    Fe, NM, January 2002 Symposium organizer, “Electrochemical Detection in Flowing Streams; New

    Developments”, Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry, March 2002. Reviewer for CAREER award, Analytical and Surface Chemistry Program, Chemistry

    Division, National Science Foundation, 2001-2002, also 1997-98 Judge for the Student Summer Fellowships competition, The Electrochemical Society,

    2000. Member of award jury, Award in Electrochemistry, American Chemical Society

    Analytical Chemistry Division, 2000 - 2003 Teacher of short course, "Introduction to Electrochemistry", Clinical Micro Sensors Inc.,

    July 1999; DuPont Chemical Company, March 2000; Pittsburgh Conference, once each year, 2001 - 2010

    PUBLICATIONS Refereed Research Publications 1. S. E. Creager, D. A. Aikens and H. M. Clark, "The electroactive molybdenum(VI)

    species in neutral citrate medium", Electrochimica Acta, 27, 1307-10, (1982) 2. S. E. Creager, G. T. Marks, D. A. Aikens and H. H. Richtol, "Linear sweep voltammetry

    of adsorbed Neutral Red", Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 152, 197-209, (1983) 3. S. E. Creager and R. W. Murray, "Electrochemical studies of oxo(meso-

    tetraphenylporphinato)chromium(I V). Direct evidence for epoxidation of olefins by an electrochemically generated formal Chromium(V) state", Inorganic Chemistry, 24, 3824- 8, (1985)

    4. S. E. Creager, S. A. Raybuck and R. W. Murray, "An efficient electrocatalytic model cytochrome P-450 epoxidation cycle", Journal of the American Chemical Society, 108, 4225-7, (1986)

    5. S. E. Creager and R. W. Murray, "Electrochemical reactivity of manganese(II) porphyrins. Effects of dioxygen, benzoic anhydride, and axial ligands", Inorganic Chemistry, 26, 2612-18, (1987)

    6. J. L. Sessler, M. R. Johnson, T. Y. Lin and S. E. Creager, "Quinone-substituted monometalated porphyrin dimers: models for photoinduced charge separation at fixed orientation and energy", Journal of the American Chemical Society, 110, 3659-61, (1988)

    7. S. E. Creager and M. A. Fox, "Electrode modification by irreversible polyelectrolyte adsorption. Static and dynamic coating of poly(p-xylyl viologen) on solid electrodes", Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 258, 431-50, (1989)

  • 8. C. P. Horwitz, S. E. Creager and R. W. Murray, "Electrocatalytic olefin epoxidation using manganese Schiff-base complexes and dioxygen", Inorganic Chemistry, 29, 1006- 11, (1990)

    9. S. E. Creager, D. M. Collard and M. A. Fox, "Mediated electron transfer by a surfactant viologen bound to octadecanethiol on gold", Langmuir, 6, 1617-20, (1990)

    10. J. L. Sessler, M. R. Johnson, S. E. Creager, J. C. Fettinger and J. A. Ibers, "Synthesis and characterization of quinone-substituted octaalkyl porphyrin monomers and dimers", Journal of the American Chemical Society, 112, 9310-29, (1990)

    11. S. E. Creager and M. A. Fox, "Solute permeation in thin adsorbed layers of poly-(p-xylyl- viologen): solvation, counterion, and electron transfer kinetic effects", Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 137, 2151-7, (1990)

    12. S. E. Creager and G. K. Rowe, "Redox properties of ferrocenyl-alkanethiols coadsorbed with linear n-alkanethiols on polycrystalline bulk gold electrodes", Analytica Chimica Acta, 246, 233-9, (1991)

    13. G. K. Rowe and S. E. Creager, "Redox and ion-pairing thermodynamics in self- assembled monolayers", Langmuir, 7, 2307-12, (1991)

    14. G. E. Poirier, B. K. Hance, J. M. White, M. A. Fox and S. E. Creager, "Determination of the surface area of variously polished gold electrodes by scanning tunneling microscopy", Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology, A, 9, 1630-33, (1991)

    15. S. E. Creager, L. A. Hockett and G. K. Rowe, "Consequences of microscopic surface roughness for molecular self-assembly", Langmuir, 8, 854-861, (1992)

    16. S. E. Creager, "Scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) imaging and electronic conductivity mechanisms in oxidatively doped poly(N-methylpyrrole) thin films", Journal of Physical Chemistry, 96, 2371-5, (1992)

    17. S. E. Creager and G. K. Rowe, "Alcohol aggregation at hydrophobic monoalyer surfaces and its effect on interfacial redox chemistry", Langmuir, 9, 2330-2336, (1993)

    18. S. E. Creager and K. Weber, "On the interplay between interfacial potential distribution and electron-transfer kinetics in organized monolayers on electrodes", Langmuir, 9, 844- 850, (1993)

    19. L. S. Curtin, S. R. Peck, L. M. Tender, R. W. Murray, G. K. Rowe and S. E. Creager, "Voltammetry at 115-180 K for self-assembled ferrocene-tagged alkanethiol monolayers on gold and silver electrodes in butyronitrile/ethyl chloride solvent", Analytical Chemistry, 65, 386, (1993)

    20. K. A. Groat and S. E. Creager, "Self-assembled monolayers in organic solvents: Electrochemistry at alkanethiolate-coated electrodes", Langmuir, 9, 3668-3674, (1993)

    21. L. A. Hockett and S. E. Creager, "A convenient method for removing surface oxides from tungsten STM tips", Review of Scientific Instruments, 64, 263-264, (1993)

    22. S. E. Creager and G. K. Rowe, "Competitive self-assembly and electrochemistry of some ferrocenyl-n-alkanethiol derivatives on gold", Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 370, 203-211, (1994)

    23. S. E. Creager and J. Clarke, "Contact-angle titrations of mixed omega-mercaptoalkanoic acid / alkanethiol monolayers on gold. Reactive vs. nonreactive spreading, and chain length effects on surface pKa values", Langmuir, 10, 3675-3683, (1994)

    24. G. K. Rowe and S. E. Creager, "Interfacial solvation and double-layer effects on redox reactions in organized assemblies", Journal of Physical Chemistry, 98, 5500-5507, (1994)

  • 25. G. K. Rowe and S. E. Creager, "Chain length effects on competitive self-assembly of ferrocenyl-hexanethiol and n-alkanethiols onto gold", Langmuir, 10, 1186-1192, (1994)

    26. K. Weber and S. E. Creager, "Voltammetry of redox-active groups irreversibly adsorbed onto electrodes. Treatment using the Marcus relation between rate and overpotential.", Analytical Chemistry, 66, 3164-3172, (1994)

    27. S. E. Creager, K. D. Lawrence and C. R. Tibbetts, "A robust, easily constructed salicylate-ion-selective electrode for use in the instructional laboratory", Journal of Chemical Education, 72, 274-276, (1995)

    28. S. E. Creager and C. M. Steiger, "Conformational rigidity in a self-assembled monolayer of 4-mercaptobenzoic acid on gold", Langmuir, 11, 1852-1854, (1995)

    29. L. A. Hockett and S. E. Creager, "Redox kinetics for ferrocene groups immobilized in impermeable and permeable self-assembled monolayers", Langmuir, 11, 2318-2321 (1995)

    30. S. E. Creager and K. A. Olsen, "Self-assembled monolayers and enzyme electrodes: Progress, problems, and prospects." Analytica Chimica Acta, 307, 277-289, (1995)

    31. J. N. Richardson, S. R. Peck, L. S. Curtin,