Energy Research at the University of Washington

Catalysis

Greener, cleaner, chemical conversions

Brandi Cossairt

Energy Research Area: The Synthetic Inorganic Chemistry of Sustainable Technologies

Record last updated on October 1st 2014 PST.

Qifeng Zhang

Energy Research Area: Nanomaterials and devices for energy harvesting and storage; Dye-sensitized solar cells

Record last updated on November 29th 2011 PST.

Thomas G. Spiro

Energy Research Area: Solar hydrogen production using molecular photocatalysts

Record last updated on November 29th 2011 PST.

Amy Shen

Energy Research Area: Microreactors for biomasss to biofuel conversion; Nanoporous materials for energy application; large-scale energy storage

Record last updated on November 29th 2011 PST.

Karen I. Goldberg

Energy Research Area: Catalyst development for converting methane and biomass to chemicals and fuels, materials and catalyst development for hydrogen storage applications.

Record last updated on January 29th 2014 PST.

James M. Mayer

Energy Research Area: We are exploring the fundamental science behind the interconversion of electrical and chemical energies, the catalysis of the production and utilization of chemical fuels.

Record last updated on September 18th 2013 PST.

Charles T. Campbell

Energy Research Area: Solid catalysts for clean fuels production and pollution-free combustion for power; next generation solar cells (organic photovoltaics); surface chemistry and interfacial chemistry in catalysts and in photovoltaics.

Record last updated on February 7th 2014 PST.

John J. Rehr

Energy Research Area: Theoretical condensed matter physics: complex materials, excited states, and spectroscopy

Record last updated on October 28th 2014 PST.