Doug Keszler

Founder/CSO of Inpria Corp.
Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, Oregon State University

He is the Director of the Center for Sustainable Materials Chemistry, an NSF Phase-II Center for Chemical Innovation.  He is also the Chief Science Officer for Inpria Corp.  Keszler’s research is focused on chemical approaches to optimizing materials performance.  Contributions have included new NLO crystals for deep UV generation and high quantum-efficiency luminescent materials.  With colleagues at OSU, he contributed to the development of the first transparent oxide thin-film transistors co-authored Transparent Electronics. More recently, he has invented new aqueous-based approaches for inorganic printed electronics and state-of-the-art EUV and electron-beam nanolithography. Keszler received his Ph.D from Northwestern, and he was a postdoctoral associate at Cornell before coming to Oregon in 1985.  He serves as an academic member of the leadership team of the Oregon Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute.

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