Chae Jeong-Potter


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Chae Jeong-Potter joined NREL in 2022. Her research focuses on fundamental characterization of sorbent and catalyst blends (i.e., dual function materials) for reactive carbon capture with the ultimate goal of better understanding the interactions between carbon dioxide and material surface for rational design of next-generation reactive carbon capture materials. Jeong-Potter received her doctorate from Columbia University, where she worked with Professor Robert Farrauto on development of dual function materials for renewable natural gas production, and her master's and bachelor's degrees in chemical engineering from The Cooper Union. 

Research Interests

Reactive carbon capture for defossilized fuel and chemical production

Upgrading of carbon dioxide to useful and valuable C1 precursors

Integration of renewable energy in carbon capture and carbon upgrading schemes

Alkali-based carbon capture sorbent synthesis, testing, and characterization

Heterogeneous catalyst synthesis, testing, and characterization

Professional Experience

Co-Chair, Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage, Gordon Research Conferences (2023)

Graduate Research Assistant, Earth and Environmental Engineering, Columbia University (2018–2021) 

Education/Academic Qualification

PhD, Earth and Environmental Engineering, Columbia University

Master, Chemical Engineering, Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art

Bachelor, Chemical Engineering, Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art


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