Dr Jerry A. Fereiro
Assistant Professor Grade I (Chemistry)
  jerryfereiro@iisertvm.ac.in
  1. Domenikos Chryssikos, Julian M Dlugosch, Jerry A. Fereiro, Takuya Kamiyama, Moredchai Sheves, David Cahen and Marc Tornow. “Electronic Transport through organophosphonate-grafted bacteriorhodopsin films on titanium nitride”. IEEE 21st International Conference on Nanotechnology (NANO). 2021, 389-392.
  2. Jerry A. Fereiro#, Israel Pecht, Mordechai Sheves and David Cahen. “Inelastic electron tunneling spectroscopic analysis of bias-induced structural changes in a solid-state protein junction”. Small. 2021, Vol. 17, No. 19, e2008218. [# corresponding author]
  3. Jerry A. Fereiro#, Tatyana Bendikov, Israel Pecht, Mordechai Sheves, David Cahen. “Protein binding and orientation matters: Bias induced conductance switching in mutated azurin junctions”. Journal of the American Chemical Society (JACS). 2020, vol. 142, No.45, 19217-19225.[# corresponding author]
  4. Sabyasachi Mukhopadhyay, Karuppannan Sentil Kumar, Cunlan Guo, Jerry A. Fereiro, Vineetha Mukundan, Xinkai Qiu, E. Olga, Mordechai Sheves, Chen Xioping, Adam Bergren, Ryan C. Chiechi, Richard L McCreery, Mordechai Sheves, Rupali Reddy Pasula, Sierin Lim, Christian A. Nijhuis, Ayelet Vilan and David Cahen. “Protein-Electrode coupling can dominate efficiency without affecting the mechanism of electronic-transport-results from a cross-lab comparative study of solid-state protein junctions”. iScience.2020, vol. 23(5), 101099.
  5. Ben Kayser, Jerry A. Fereiro, Rajarshi Bhattacharyya, Sidney R Cohen, Ayelet Vilan, Israel Pecht, Mordechai Sheves, David Cahen. “Solid-State Electron Transport via the Protein Azurin is Temperature-Independent Down to 4K”. Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters (JPCL). 2019, vol. 11(1), 144-151.
  6.  Jerry A. Fereiro, Ben Kayser, Ayelet Vilan, Dmitry A. Dolgikh, Rita V. Chertkova, Juan Carlos Cuevas, Linda A. Zotti, Israel Pecht, Mordechai Sheves and David Cahen. “A Solid-state Protein Junction Serves as a Bias-   Induced Current Switch”. Angewandte Chemie International Edition (Angew. Chem. Int. Ed). 2019, vol. 131,11978-11985.  (Molecular electronics: Hot paper - Inside back cover page)
  7. Colin Van Dyck, Adam Johan Bergren, Vineetha Mukundan, Jerry A. Fereiro and Gino A. DiLabio. “Extent of conjugation in diazonium-derived layers in molecular junction devices by experiment and modelling”. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys (PCCP). 2019, 21, 16762-16770.  
  8. Jerry A. Fereiro, Gilad Porat, Tatyana Bendikov, Israel Pecht, Mordechai Sheves, David Cahen. “Chemical Modulation of Protein Electrode Interactions Enables Control of the Alignment of Frontier Orbitals in Gold-Azurin-Gold Junctions”. Journal of the American Chemical Society (JACS). 2018, vol. 140, No.41, 13317-13326.
  9. Ben Kayser, Jerry A. Fereiro, Cunlan Guo, Sidney Cohen, Mordechai Sheves, Israel Pecht, David Cahen. “Transistor Configuration Yields Energy Level Control in Protein-Based Junctions”. Nanoscale. 2018, vol. 10, 21712-21720.
  10. Jerry A. Fereiro, Xi Yu, Juan C. Cuevas, Israel Pecht, Mordechai Sheves, David Cahen. “Resonant tunneling explaining efficient current flow through Azurin”. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS-USA). 2018, vol. 115, No.20, E4577-E4583. (Molecular electronics: Hot paper)
  11. Jerry A. Fereiro, Mykola Kondratenko, Adam J. Bergren, Richard L. McCreery. “Internal photoemission in molecular junctions: Parameters for interfacial parameter determination”. Journal of the American Chemical Society (JACS). 2015, vol. 137, No.3, 1296-1304.
  12. Jerry A. Fereiro, Adam J. Bergren, Richard L. McCreery. “Direct optical determination of interfacial transport barriers in molecular tunnel junctions”. Journal of the American Chemical Society (JACS). 2013, vol. 135, No.26, 9584-9587.
  13. Sayed Y. Sayed*, Jerry A. Fereiro*, Haijun Yan, Richard L. McCreery, Adam J.    Bergren. “Charge transport in molecular electronic junctions: Compression of the molecular tunnel barrier in the strong coupling regime. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS-USA). 2012, vol. 109, No.29, 11498-11503. (*equal contribution)
  14. Prabhakarn A, Jerry A. Fereiro, Subrahmanyam Ch. “Esterification of Methacrylic acid with Ethylene glycol over Heteroployacid supported on ZSM-5”. Journal of the Korean Chemical Society. 2011, vol. 55, Issue 1, 14-18. (Published during MSc Chemistry)