|Charles J. Taylor
Associate Professor of Chemistry, Pomona College
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Office: Seaver Chemistry Laboratory, Room 116
Telephone: (909) 607-4169
Fax: (909) 607-7726
Professor Taylor joined the
department in September 2002. He has taught courses in general and
analytical chemistry. In his research, he is currently employing
microarray techniques for the combinatorial development of materials
for use as detectors in microanalytical systems and as sensors for
incorporation into electronic nose technology. Students performing
research in Professor Taylorís group can expect to use a wide variety
of analytical instrumentation.
After receiving his Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of Minnesota, Professor Taylor was a postdoctoral associate at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). He has also taught courses in analytical chemistry at the University of Minnesota and at Macalester College, his undergraduate alma mater.
When not in the classroom or laboratory, Professor Taylor combines his interests in chemistry and cooking by trying out new recipes in the kitchen. He is well known for his love of spicy food, and his own chili recipe is feared by many.
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