John Findley

 John Findley
Mentor: Dr. Mark Orazem
College of Engineering
"I have always been interested in engineering and the sciences.  I got involved with research in order to deepen my understanding of science and the scientific process in a laboratory setting."


Chemical Engineering


Mathematics and Physics

Research Interests

  • Electrochemistry
  • Mathematical Modeling
  • Physics

Academic Awards

  • University Scholars
  • Presidential Honor Roll
  • Dean's List


  • AlChE


Hobbies and Interests

  • Tennis
  • Physics
  • Puzzles
  • Table Tennis

Research Description

Dielectric Effect on EIS

The goal of my project is to use Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) to investigate the high-frequency impedance response of solutions, and obtain physically significant electrical parameters (such as resistivity and dielectric constant etc) from the model parameters.