The defining goal of our research is to achieve atomic level control of the catalytic active sites of heterogeneous materials through creating novel designs and using advanced synthetic methods. These materials are interrogated through spectroscopic techniques that enable improved design.
My research interests involve using synthetic techniques to create novel materials and understand how these novel materials assemble.
Graduate Research Assistant
Students wanting to learn organic and inorganic synthetic techniques for creating catalytic materials. Highly motivated students will gain considerable skills in heterogeneous catalytic material synthesis, characterization, and catalytic testing with considerable opportunities to advance fundamental research in the field of catalysis. For more information about applying to graduate school, please contact Angela Bennett (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Highly motivated students wishing to do research or to complete a Honors thesis are invited to contact me directly to discuss research opportunities. Please include a copy of your CV.