Adam J Rondinone
Senior Staff Scientist
Dr. Adam Rondinone is a senior staff scientist at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences. He received his Ph.D. in Chemistry from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2001, and immediately joined Oak Ridge as a prestigious Wigner Fellow. He is an expert on materials chemistry at the nanoscale and his research is focused on developing novel means to create functional nanomaterials for energy applications. Recent work has explored nanostructured electrochemical catalysts for the conversion of waste to useful products. He has served on various committees in service to ORNL, including two years as a Legislative Fellow in the office of Senator Lamar Alexander working on energy and technology issues. He is also the outreach coordinator for the Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences.
Chairman of the Board of Directors, Society for Science at User Research Facilities, 2018-present
Chairman, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Advanced Materials Initiative Committee, 2018-2019
Active Editorial Board Member, Scientific Reports
Panelist, Mission Innovation Workshop for Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage, Houston TX 2017
Chairman, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Research Conflict of Interest Committee, 2012-present
Oak Ridge National Laboratory Management Boot Camp, 2010
Oak Ridge National Laboratory Seed Committee, 2004–2006
Active in scientific outreach to K-12 students, college students, high school teachers, 2005–present
American Chemical Society
American Association for the Advancement of Science
Rondinone, A. J.; Ivanov, I. N.; Smith, S. C.; Liang, C.; Hensley, D. K.; Moon, J.-W.; Phelps, T. J. Electrochemical method for synthesizing metal-containing particles and other objects. 9,637,828, 2017.