Welcome to the Leddy Lab!
 

The Leddy group's research efforts span a few different areas but all share a foundation in electroanalytical chemistry and spin polarization. Our specific areas of research are magnetically-modified power sources (batteries and fuel cells) and kinetic studies of magnetically-modified composite materials processes, electrochemical investigation of nitrogenase enzyme to enhance ammonia production, characterization of mass transport in films, and thin layer sonoelectrochemistry. In addition, we model these systems mathematically and with computer simulations. For more details, visit the research page.

Currently, the group consists of six graduate students and two undergraduate students. Over the years, Dr. Leddy has advised over 30 graduate students and over 60 undergraduate students. You can learn more about current and past group members here. News updates and announcements, such as awards, graduations, and travel to conferences, can be found here.

  • From left to right: Jeff Landgren, Emily Null, Krysti Knoche, Dr. Leddy, and Matt Lovander.

    From left to right: Jeff Landgren, Emily Null, Krysti Knoche, Dr. Leddy, and Matt Lovander.