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Investigators in Advanced Materials and Catalysts
Christopher Chidsey Email | Bio
Department Affiliation: Chemistry, Stanford University
Area of Study: Interfacial Chemistry, Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, Nanoelectronics and Molecular Electron Transfer
GCEP Projects: Electrohydrogenation: Enabling Science for Renewable Fuels
The Electron Economy: Oxidation Catalysis for Energy Management
Electrocatalysis with Discrete Transition Metal Complexes

David Goodwin Email | Bio
Department Affiliation: Mechanical Engineering and Applied Physics, California Institute of Technology
GCEP Project: Nanoscale Architectural Engineering for High Performance Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

Sossina M. Haile Email | Bio | Lab
Department Affiliation: Materials Science and Chemical Engineering, California Institute of Technology
GCEP Project: Nanoscale Architectural Engineering for High Performance Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

Roger Howe Email | Bio | Lab
Department Affiliation: Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
GCEP Project: Using Simulations to Discover New Materials with Energy Conversion Applications

Thomas Jaramillo Email | Bio
Department Affiliation: Chemical Engineering
GCEP Project:

Nature-Inspired Solid-State Electrocatalysts: The Oxidation of Water and the Reduction of CO2 to Fuels
Exploratory Project - Nanostructured MoS2 and WS2 for the Solar Production of Hydrogen


Paul McIntyre Email | Bio
Department Affiliation: Materials Science and Engineering, Stanford University
Secondary Affiliation: Deputy Director, Geballe Laboratory for Advanced Materials, Stanford University
Area of Study: Nano-Structured Materials for Electronic and Electrochemical Eevices
GCEP Projects: Metal Oxide Nanotubes and Photo-Excitation Effects: New Approaches for Low-to-Intermediate Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Exploratory Project - Multijunction Nanowire Solar Cells for Inexpensive and Highly Efficient Photoelectricity: Enabling Methods

Jens Norskov Email | Bio | Lab
Department Affiliation: Chemical Engineering, Center for Interface Science and Catalysis (CISC), SLAC
Secondary Affiliation: Atmosphere / Energy, Photon Science (SLAC)
Area of Study: Photon Science
GCEP Projects: Using Simulations to Discover New Materials with Energy Conversion Applications
Nature-Inspired Solid-State Electrocatalysts: The Oxidation of Water and the Reduction of CO2 to Fuels

Piero A Pianetta Email | Bio | Lab
Department Affiliation: Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
Secondary Affiliation: Deputy Director, Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory
GCEP Project: Using Simulations to Discover New Materials with Energy Conversion Applications

Shriram Ramanathan Email | Bio
Department Affiliation: School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University
GCEP Project: Metal Oxide Nanotubes and Photo-Excitation Effects: New Approaches for Low-to-Intermediate Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

Daniel Stack Email | Bio
Department Affiliation: Chemistry, Stanford University
Area of Study: Bio-Inspired Oxidation Catalysis
GCEP Projects: The Electron Economy: Oxidation Catalysis for Energy Management
Electrocatalysis with Discrete Transition Metal Complexes

Robert Waymouth Email | Bio | Lab
Department Affiliation: Chemistry, Stanford University
Secondary Affiliation: Chemical Engineering, Stanford University
Area of Study: Transition Metal Catalysis for Olefin Polymerization and Hydrocarbon Oxidation
GCEP Projects: Electrohydrogenation: Enabling Science for Renewable Fuels
The Electron Economy: Oxidation Catalysis for Energy Management
Electrocatalysis with Discrete Transition Metal Complexes

 
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