Mark Creelman, PhD

Remember when I made up fake research titles with my friend Jonathan, hoping to sound smarter than I actually was? Well I also have friends who make real research titles that resemble tongue twisters to us regular folk…titles such as “Femtosecond Time-Resolved Optical and Raman Spectroscopy of Photoinduced Spin Crossover: Temporal Resolution of Low-to-High Spin Optical Switching”. Introducing my buddy Mark Creelman.

Mark Creelman in his natural habitat...surrounded by laser equipment.
Mark Creelman in his natural habitat…surrounded by laser equipment.

Mark recently requested a business card now that he was officially done with school and on the job hunt (after undergrad at Lewis & Clark and a mere 8 years at Berkeley). Not only is he an expert in Raman spectroscopy and complex laser systems, he is also an Eagle Scout. To make him the hippest science dude on the spectroscopic job market, I created four badges for him to choose from and paired it with a respectable but techy (and coincidentally Danish-designed) font called Kontrapunkt, with a solid hit of pop-culture reference.

Now you know who to contact for all of your needs concerning “Structural Dynamics of a Noncovalent Charge Transfer Complex from Femtosecond Stimulated Raman Spectroscopy”. Or you need a voice actor who can pronounce femtosecond fives times fast like a pro.

Note: For the scientist’s privacy all contact information above is generic. Let me know if you want to get in touch with Mr., I mean, Dr. Creelman.