Research interest: Understanding and developing metal carbides and bimetallic alloys as catalysts and electrocatalysts through combined theoretical and experimental approaches over model surfaces and supported catalysts. Investigating structural and electronic properties of catalysts using in situ synchrotron techniques. Chen CV 2018
Dr. Ji Hoon Lee
Research interest: Developing and analyzing novel functional materials for energy storage and conversion with in-situ X-ray techniques
Research interest: Catalytic and electrocatalytic conversion of CO2 to value added chemicals. Experimental and theoretical study of metal oxides and carbon based materials.
Research interest: Probing transition metal carbides and nitrides as catalyst supports for a broad range of electrochemical reactions. Characterizing TMC/TMNs using surface science techniques.
Research interest: Catalytic conversion of CO2 with precious and non-precious metal supported catalysts to value added products. In situ synchrotron techniques to investigate structural and electronic properties.
Research interest: Investigation of selective hydrodeoxygenation with metal carbide catalysts for biomass upgrading via surface science approaches.
Research interest: Developing novel catalysts aimed at facilitating the use of water electrolysis and fuel cells as large-scale renewable energy storage solutions.
Research interest: Catalytic catenation of CO2 and methane to form hydrocarbons using non-precious metal catalysts and plasma
Group Alumni: Columbia University
Research interest: Developing catalysts for hydrodeoxygenation of biomass with surface science study and DFT calculation.
Research interest: Strategize and optimize electrocatalytic performance for energy storage electrolyzers and fuel cells devices applications with a strong research interest in CO2 electrochemical conversion