Outreach Activities

Department Seminars offered by C4 faculty

We welcome the opportunity to visit your department (sponsored by C4) to give a seminar on C4 research and to meet with students to discuss educational opportunities within C4. Our goal is to develop long-term relationships with faculty mentors who are educating and training undergraduate students interested in pursuing a graduate degree (PhD or MS) in chemistry, chemical engineering, and materials science. Abstracts of seminars offered by C4 faculty are given below. Please submit your request for a C4 faculty seminar to [email protected] Scroll down to bottom of this page for additional hyperlinks to C4 outreach partners (The Leadership Alliance, Brown Science Center Outreach, Yale Science Outreach, Yale Science Saturdays, Boston Museum of Science).

Faculty

G. Tayhas R. Palmore
Professor and Director, C4
Professor
Brown School of Engineering

Wesley Bernskoetter
Assistant Professor
Brown Department of Chemistry

Nilay Hazari
Assistant Professor
Yale Department of Chemistry

Robert Hurt
Professor
Brown School of Engineering

Andrew Peterson
Assistant Professor
Brown School of Engineering

Christoph Rose-Petruck
Professor
Brown Department of Chemistry

Shouheng Sun
Professor
Brown Department of Chemistry

Seminar Abstracts

Tayhas Palmore: Electrochemical Reduction of CO₂: Storing the Energy of the Sun and the Wind
Wesley Bernskoetter: Diapers to Dollars: Can Commodity Chemicals be Made Sustainably and Cheaply?
Nilay Hazari: Carbon Dioxide - A Great Potential Feedstock for Chemicals
Bob Hurt: Nanotechnology for Energy and the Environment
Andrew Peterson: Designing Catalysts for Artificial Photosynthesis from the Ground Up
Christoph Rose-Petruck: CO2 upconversion into new materials using clathrate hydrates                                         Shouheng Sun: Desgin and Synthesis of Nanocatalysts for Selective CO₂ Conversion

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Outreach Partners

Leadership Alliance

Brown Science Center Outreach

Yale Science Outreach

Yale Science Saturdays

Boston Museum of Science