Tim's aim was to use recently developed arbitrarily waveform generators to improve the current pulsed EPR experiments such as DEER, DQC, and SIFTER. He also aimed to make potentially more effective experiments possible. The primary application of his work was to look at distances across proteins particularly for aggregating systems. He was trying to improve the study of distances on aggregating systems, especially on the model system of tau protein.
2007 - 2011: B.S., Chemistry, St. Cloud State University.
2011 - 2018: Graduate Student Researcher, Chemistry, University of California - Santa Barbara (Advisor: Prof. Songi Han)
2018 - 2019: Postdocral Reseacher, University of California - Santa Barbara (Advisor: Prof. Songi Han)
2015: Best Student Poster Award, 57th Rocky Mountain Conference on Magnetic Resonance