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Alex Hill is investigating methods to convert carbon dioxide into renewable fuels and products. His research interests focus on understanding structure–function relationships and active site evolution in heterogeneous catalysts. Hill hopes to contribute to the design and deployment of novel catalytic materials and processes that can change the way we acquire our energy and affect our environment. 

Research Interests

Heterogeneous catalysis

Renewable energy

Carbon capture and conversion

Transmission electron microscopy

Material characterization

Reaction engineering

Professional Experience

Professional Research Assistant, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2017)

Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (2016)

Research Assistant, University of Denver, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry (2013–2016) 

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Chemistry, University of Denver

PhD, Chemical Engineering, University of Michigan

Master, Chemical Engineering, University of Michigan

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