Seth Jackson

Graduate, Department of Chemistry

Seth is a current 2nd year graduate student at the University of Utah in the chemistry department. He did his undergraduate at Saint John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota, where he studied the production of secondary organic aerosols in ozone reactions. He is currently studying conjugated polymers as organic mixed ionic-electronic conductors as a more desirable and sustainable option for future bioelectronic applications. His current research studies how mixing crystalline and amorphous polymers helps improve ion injection kinetics. Outside of his research, Seth enjoys hiking the Wasatch front, watching sports, and running around SLC. He plans to run the Boston Marathon in 2024.

Graduate Student Research and Professional Development Fellow