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Jacob Miller is a chemical engineering researcher in NREL’s Catalytic Carbon Transformation and Scale-Up Center where he utilizes his training in fundamental chemical kinetics and reactor design to understand and scale up heterogeneous catalytic processes. His work primarily involves running lab-scale chemical reactions and conducting other fundamental process-essential studies to inform the development and design of pilot- and industrial-scale chemical processes.

Research Interests

Chemical kinetics and reaction engineering

Complex reaction networks

Reactor design and scale-up

Multiscale heat- and mass-transfer phenomena

Catalytic upgrading of waste-derived feedstocks to high-value fuels and chemicals

Professional Experience

Researcher III, NREL (2022–present)

Postdoctoral Researcher, NREL (2020–2021)

Reaction Engineering Intern, Dow Chemical Company (2019)

Summer Research Fellow, Princeton Environmental Institute (2014)

Summer REU, University of Delaware (2013)

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Chemical and Biological Engineering, Princeton University

PhD, Chemical Engineering, University of Minnesota


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