Dr. Dichtel's current research interests include: Molecular Flash Memory, Reconfigurable Molecular Logic Devices, and Artificial Muscles.
Dr. Dichtel attended MIT, where he majored in chemistry and had the pleasure of having his first research experience working in the laboratory of Prof. Tim Swager. Despite his love for all things New England, Dr. Dichtel moved west to UC-Berkeley for graduate school, and earned his Ph.D. working alongside the extraordinary people of Prof. Jean M. J. Fréchet's group. He currently works as a research associate with Prof. James R. Heath
at the California Institue of Technology and Prof. J. Fraser Stoddart
PhD University of California, Berkeley; BSc Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Contributor to the Handbook of Nanoscience, Engineering, and Technology, Second Edition (CRC Press) 2007.