Deok-Hie Park

Ph.D. Graduate Student

Department of Chemistry, Oregon State University

Advisor: Doug Keszler


  • PhD in Materials Chemistry, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, 2017-06 (Expected)
  • MS in (Analytical) Chemistry, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea, 2003-02
  • BS in Chemistry, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea, 2001-02

Honors and Awards

  • OMSI Science Communication Fellow (2015)
  • Provost’s Distinguished Graduate Scholarship, Oregon State University (2012)


  1. Woods, K. N.; Plassmeyer, P. N.; Park, D. -H.; Enman, L. J.; Grealish, A. K.; Kirk, B. L.; Boettcher, S. W.; Keszler, D. A.; Page, C. J. Low-Temperature Steam Annealing of Metal Oxide Thin Films from Aqueous Precursors: Enhanced Counterion Removal and Improved Resistance to Water Absorption, Chem. Mater., 2017, submitted.
  2. Cochran, E. A.; Park, D. -H.; Kast, M. G.; Mansergh, R. H.; Perkins, C. K.; Keszler. D. A.; Johnson, D. W.; Boettcher, S. W. Seeking chemical signatures: Is auto-combustion pertinent to low-temperature deposition of metal oxide thin films from solution? Chem. Sci., 2017, submitted.
  3. Saha, S.; Park, D. -H.; Hutchison. D. C.; Olsen, M. R.; Zakharov, L. N.; Marsh, D.; Goberna-Ferrón, S.; Frederick, R. T.; Diulus, J. T.; Kenane, N.; Herman, G. S.; Johnson, D. W.; Keszler. D. A.; Nyman. M. Alkyltin Keggin Clusters Templated by Na, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2017, In press. (
  4. Perkins, C. K.; Eitrheim, E. S.; Fulton, B. L.; Fullmer, L. B.; Colla, C. A.; Park, D. -H.; Oliveri, A. F.; Hutchison. J. E.; Nyman, M; Casey, W. H.; Forbes, T. Z.; Johnson, D. W.; Keszler. D. A. Synthesis of Aluminum Hydroxide Octamer by a Simple Dissolution Method, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2017, 56, 1–5. (
  5. Perkins, C. K.; Mansergh, R. H.; Ramos, J. C.; Nanayakkara, C. E.; Park, D. -H.; Goberna-Ferrón, S.; Fullmer, L. B.; Arens, J. T.; Gutierrez-Higgins, M. T.; Jones, Y. R.; Lopez, J. I.; Rowe, T. M.; Whitehurst, D. M.; Nyman, M.; Chabal, Y. J.; Keszler, D. A. Low-index, smooth Al2O3 films by aqueous solution process, Opt. Mater. Express, 2017, 7, 273-280. (
  6. Perkins, C. K.; Mansergh, R. H.; Park, D. -H.; Nanayakkara, C. E.; Ramos, J. C.; Decker, S. R.; Huang, Y.; Chabal, Y. J.; Keszler, D. A. Aqueous Process to limit hydration of thin-film inorganic dielectrics, Solid State Sci. 2016, 61, 106–110. (
  7. Goberna-Ferrón, S.; Park, D. -H.; Amador, J. M., Keszler, D. A.; Nyman, M., Amphoteric Aqueous Hafnium Cluster Chemistry, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2016, 55, 6221–6224. (
  8. Mansergh, R. H.; Fullmer, L. B.; Park, D. -H.; Nyman, M.; Keszler, D. A. Reaction Pathway: Aqueous Hexatantalate Clusters to High-Density Tantalum Oxide Nanofilms, Chem. Mater. 2016, 28, 1553–1558. (
  9. Son, J.-H.; Park, D.-H.; Keszler, D. A.; Casey, W. H. Acid-Stable Peroxoniobophosphate Clusters To Make Patterned Films. Chem. Eur. J. 2015, 21, 6727–6731. (
  10. Youn, Y.-Y.; Park, D.-H.; Lee, Y.-H.; Lim, Y.-H.; Cho, H.-S. High-throughput method of dioxin analysis in aqueous samples using consecutive solid phase extraction steps with the new C18 Ultraflow™ pressurized liquid extraction and automated clean-up, Chemosphere, 2015, 118, 124-129. (
  11. Lim, Y.-H.; Park, D.-H.; Youn, Y.-Y.; Kim, K.-H.; Cho, H.-S. Identification of Ceftiofur Oxidation Products by High-Performance Liquid Chromatography/Electrospray Ionization/Tandem Mass Spectrometry. Mass Spectrometry Letters, 2011, 2, 16-19 (
  12. Park, D.-H.; Youn, Y.-Y.; Choi, J., Lim, Y.-H.; Cho, H.-S. A solid-phase extraction method for analyzing trace amounts of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans in waste water. Mass Spectrometry Letters, 2011, 2, 12-15 (
  13. Youn, Y.-Y.; Park, D.-H.; Lim, Y.-H.; Cho, H.-S. Evaluation of accuracy for measurement of Dioxins (PCDDs/PCDFs) by using certified reference materials (CRM). Analytical Science & Technology, 2009, 22, 376-385 (written in Korean)
  14. Park, S.-J.; Park, D.-H.; Sul, S.; Oh, S. F.; Park, I.-S.; Chung, D.-S., Kim, H.-J.; Kim, M.-S., Lee, S.-W. Investigation of Angiotensin Glycosylation by MALDI-TOF and ESI Tandem Mass Spectrometry. Bull. Korean Chem. Soc., 2004, 25, 1791-1800 (


  1. “Amorphous niobium phosphate thin films from clusters in water”. 253rd ACS National Meeting & Expo, San Francisco, CA, April 02, 2017.
  2. “Niobium oxide phosphate amorphous thin films for tuning refractive indexes”. 2017 annual meeting of the Oregon Academy of Science, Corvallis, OR, February 25, 2017.
  3. “Niobium Phosphate Thin Films from Aqueous Precursors”. 2016 Pacific Northwest Women in Science Retreat, Rockaway Beach, OR. July 8, 2016.
  4. “Solution-processed niobium phosphate thin films”. 20th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference, Portland, OR. June 16, 2016.
  5. “Polyoxoniobium cluster speciation in acid”. Pacifichem 2015, Honolulu, HI. December 18, 2015.
  6. “Radiation sensitivity and solubility contrast in nanopatterning with polyoxoniobium clusters”, 250th ACS National Meeting & Expo, Boston, MA. August 16, 2015.
  7. “Niobium Phosphate Thin Films from Aqueous Precursors”, 2015 Puget Sound Women Chemists Retreat, Eatonville, WA. May 15, 2015.
  8. “Center for Sustainable Materials Chemistry”, NSF Workshop on Advanced Manufacturing for Smart Goods, Portland, OR. May 14, 2015.
  9. “Niobium Phosphate Thin Films from Aqueous Precursors”, 2015 MRS Spring Meeting & Exhibit, San Francisco, CA. April 7, 2015.
  10. “Observation of Modified Peptides by Isoelecric Focusing on Immobilized pH Gradient Gel Strip and MALDI-TOF Mass Spectrometry”, 50th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference, Orlando, FL, June, 2002

 Teaching Experience

  • 2012-2013 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Oregon State University
  • 2001-2003 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Seoul National University, South Korea

Leadership Experience & Professional Development

  • Organizing committee for the Pacific Northwest Women in Science Retreat (PNWWSR) 2016
  • OMSI Science Communication Fellow (2015-)
  • Lens of the Market® training, Stage 1 to 3 (2014-2015)
  • Project lead: Group V Chemistries, Center for Sustainable Materials Chemistry (2014 –)


153 Gilbert Hall, Oregon State University