Matthew Pegram


Office: CLB 302



University of Florida

B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, 2013-Present

Undergraduate Research Project with Dr. Nick Polfer

Instrumentation Design


Research Interests:

I am interested in the application of engineering towards reduced time from project inception to delivery, reduced total costs, and increase interoperability and capability of instrumentation used in physics and chemistry research. Currently working on ion optics for the IRMPD expansion. Previous work with Dr. Lampropoulos and Dr. Huebner on the University of North Florida's PECS system.



'Using single-molecule magnets as analyte-recognition compounds in photo-electric chemical sensors: Recent results from [Mn12O12(O2CCH3)16(H2O)4]·2CH3COOH·4H2O, and [Mn12O12(O2CPH)16(H2O)4]' Joseph D. Henthorn, Netra Mishra, Christopher D. Haun, Ana L. Castro, Hunter G. Douglas, Matthew Pegram, Brian Stadelmaier, Jay S. Huebner, Christos Lampropoulos; Polyhedron, 2013, 53, 62-66.