Postdocs and Research Associates
Research interest: Atomistic computational materials simulations for energy applications, and development of machine learning models for accelerating the generation of fundamental materials insights (http://ann.atomistic.net).
Research interest: Synthesis of nanomaterials for applications in energy conversion and storage. Materials analysis and mechanistic study using synchrotron-based spectroscopic techniques (XAFS, XPS, UPS, FTIR, XRD). Resume
Research interest: Developing and analyzing novel functional materials for energy storage and conversion with in-situ X-ray techniques. Resume
Research interest: Developing the electrocatalytic activity of transition metal carbides for CO2 reduction and ethylene evolution.
Research interest: Plasma catalysis of CO2 to value-added products. In situ Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy to investigate detailed reaction profiles.
Research interests: Study thermochemical (alkane conversion, CO2 hydrogenation) and electrochemical (HER, CO2RR) reaction mechanisms on metals and supported metal catalysts by Density Functional Theory (DFT) calculations. Resume
Research Interests: Investigating the catalytic catenation of CO2 and H2 to form hydrocarbons using non-precious metal catalysts.
Research interest: Optimizing the electrocatalytic activity of transition metal carbides for hydrogen evolution and CO2 reduction.
Research interest: Probing transition metal carbides as catalyst supports for a broad range of electrochemical reactions. Characterizing TMCs using surface science techniques.
Research interest: Investigation of selective hydrodeoxygenation with metal carbide catalysts for biomass upgrading via surface science approaches. Resume
Research interest: Investigating the electrocatalytic properties of transition metal carbides
and oxides for the reduction of alcohols to value-added products.
Research interest: Investigating the epoxidation of hydrocarbons using surface science techniques.
Research interest: Catalytic catenation of CO2 and methane to form hydrocarbons using non-precious metal catalysts and plasma. Resume