Funding

The following agencies are currently supporting projects in the Henkelman group.

Department of Energy
Testing the Predictive Power of Theory for Determining the Effect of Support Interactions on Electrocatalytic Nanoparticles,
09/2016 - 09/2019, DE-SC0010576, PI: Prof. Richard Crooks.
National Science Foundation
SusChEM: Non-precious metal substitution into hydrogenation metal alloy catalysts deposited onto redox active supports for facile nitrate destruction in drinking water,
09/2019 - 08/2022, CBET-1922504, PI: Prof. Charles Werth
National Science Foundation
Computational methodology to determine rare event chemical reaction dynamics and networks,
09/2018 - 08/2021, CHE-1764230.
National Science Foundation
Bifunctional Catalysts for Selective Hydrogenation of Biomass Derivatives: Furfural Hydrogenation over Pt-Sn Supported on Titania,
09/2018 - 08/2021, CHE-1764164, PI: Prof. Donna Chen
National Science Foundation
Predictive Design and Scalable Synthesis of New Multimetallic Nanoparticles with Enhanced Surface Reactivity,
09/2018 - 08/2021, CHE-1807847, PI: Prof. Simon Humphrey
Office of Naval Research
Automated characterization of chemical bonding in inorganic crystals,
09/2018 - 08/2019.
Welch Foundation
Design of Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage,
06/2017 - 06/2020, F-1841.
Department of Energy
A Combined Experimental and Computational Approach to Understanding and Optimizing Nanoparticle/Support Interactions for Electrocatalysis,
09/2016 - 09/2019, DE-SC0010576, PI: Prof. Richard Crooks.
Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment
Computational Time to Support NSF Projects,
04/2019 - present.
National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center
Computational Time to Support DOE Projects,
06/2009 - present.
Texas Advanced Computing Center
Computational Time,
06/2004 - present.