Dr. Ronald Elsenbaumer
Professor, Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs
Materials Science and Engineering
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Vice President for Research
Office: (817) 272-3171
Ph.D. Stanford University, 1978
B.S. Purdue University, 1973
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2011-present Provost and VP for Academic Affairs
2004-2011 VP for Research, UT Arlington
2003-2004 Director, NanoFab, UT Arlington
1996-2003 Chair, Chemistry and Biochemistry, UT Arlington
1991-2003 Chair/Director, Materials Science & Engineering, UT Arlington
1977-1991 Researcher, Allied Signal Corporation
Electrically Conductive Polymers
Mechanistic, Organic and Polymer Chemistry
Materials Science of Conjugated Polymers
"TEM Studies of Anti-Wear Films/Wear Particles Generated Under Boundary Conditions Lubrication," Huq, M.Z.; Aswath, P.B.; Elsenbaumer, R.L., Tribology International, 2007, 40, 111-116.
"A Mild Copper Catalyzed Route to Conducting Polyaniline," Dias, H.V.Rasika; Wang, Ziaoyu; Rajapakse, R.M. Gamini; Elsenbaumer, Ronald L., Chemical Communications, 2006, 1-4.
"Efficient Synthesis and Characterization of Novel Bibenzimidazole Oligomers and Polymers as Potential Conjugated Chelating Ligands", Yin, Jun; Elsenbaumer, Ronald L, Journal of Organic Chemistry (2005), 70(23), 9436-9446.
"Synthesis and Properties of Multi-nuclear Ruthenium (II) Complexes of Bis(2,2-bibenzimidazole)." Yin, Jun; Elsenbaumer, Ronald L., Synthetic Metals (2005), 154(1-3), 233-236.
"Development and Evaluation of a High Performance Universal Grease." Aswath, P.B.; Munot, S.,;Patel, K; Elsenbaumer, R. L. , Proceedings of World Tribology Congress, 2005.