L. Jay Deiner      
     Associate Professor of Chemistry 
     NYC College of Technology, CUNY 

     B.A., Wesleyan University
     Ph.D., Harvard University 
     Post-doctoral and Professional Appointments
     Summer Faculty Fellow ('10 - '12, '16-'17): Air Force            Research Labs, Wright-Patterson AFB
      Ink Formulation Chemist ('07 - '09): Hewlett-Packard
      Post-doctoral Fellow ('05 - '07): Chemical Institute of            Sao Carlos, University of Sao Paulo
      Post-doctoral Fellow ('04): Derek Bok Center for
        Teaching and Learning, Harvard University
Contact Information 
Email: Ldeiner@citytech.cuny.edu; Phone: (718) 260 - 5850; Office: Pearl Building, Room 613; Lab: Pearl Building, Room 602C        
Mailing Address 
NYC College of Technology, CUNY, 300 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Research in my lab focuses on 3-D printing of batteries, fuel cells and supercapacitors. Towards that aim we develop printable electrocatalytic materials. We then formulate inks containing the active materials, and use inkjet and aerosol jet printing for layer by layer construction of electrochemical devices. Finally, we study post-printing processing protocols to optimize device performance. 
Printing of electrochemical devices is a rapidly growing field that we have recently reviewed for Advanced Engineering Materials.

I teach General Chemistry I and II, Physical Chemistry, and Instrumental Methods of Analysis.  My pedagogical interests include integration of Application-Based Service Learning into chemistry laboratory courses, development of methods to teach scientific writing, and classroom use of advanced data analysis software.