Dr. John Haan is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry at California State University, Fullerton, where he has worked since 2011. At CSUF, Dr. Haan has taught the following Chemistry classes: 100 (Survey of Chemistry), 315 (Theory of Quantitative Analysis), 316 (Quantitative Analysis Laboratory), 411C (Separations), 411D (Electrochemistry), and 511 (Advanced Analytical Chemistry). In Chemistry 315, Dr. Haan uses a flipped classroom model that incorporates a workbook and problem solving videos.
Prior to CSUF, Dr. Haan taught chemistry for 1 year at Towson University. Dr. Haan received his Ph.D. in Chemistry from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2010, M.S. in Chemical Education from University of Florida in 2005, and B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering from University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1999. Between B.S. and M.S. degrees, he worked as a Faculty Teaching Assistant at UW for 2 years and a Process Engineer at SSI Technologies for 2 years. More bio information at LinkedIn.
Research Collaborators: The Haan Research Lab places a high value on research collaboration. Such collaboration: 1) gives us access to ideas and instrumentation we otherwise would not, 2) sparks high-level scientific discussions with experts in the fields of energy, chemistry, and engineering, and 3) affords an opportunity for our students to interact with Ph.D. candidate graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, scientists, and professors. We have peer-reviewed publications and/or active collaboration with the following:
- Dr. Su Ha, Washington State University (Chemical Engineering)
- Dr. Louis Scudiero, Washington State University (Chemistry)
- Dr. Frank Gomez, CSU Los Angeles (Chemistry), LinkedIn
- Dr. Salvador Mayoral, CSUF (Mechanical Engineering)
- Dr. Allyson Fry-Petit, CSUF (Chemistry), LinkedIn
- Dr. Michael Groves, CSUF (Chemistry), LinkedIn
- Dr. Shahab Derakhshan, CSU Long Beach (Chemistry), LinkedIn
Students: The Haan Research Lab currently has over a dozen graduate and undergraduate students working on 4 active project teams.