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Zebulon Schichtl

20232024

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Zebulon (Zeb) Schichtl joined NREL's Materials, Chemical and Computational Science Center in August 2022 as a postdoctoral researcher in Emily Warren’s and Annie Greenaway’s research groups. An electrochemist by training, his research focus is in investigating durable photoelectrodes for diurnal carbon dioxide (CO2) reduction and studying the fundamentals of CO2 reduction. Zeb received his bachelor’s in chemistry and mathematics from Lyon College in 2015. He continued his education as a doctoral candidate at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville in Robert Coridan’s group. He received his doctoral degree in 2022 for work on a glycerol-assisted solar-to-hydrogen device. During this time, he also contributed to various other research topics including colloidal aggregation, X-ray imaging, and atomic layer deposition. 

Research Interests

Electrocatalysis

Photoelectrochemistry

Mechanical strain

Supercritical CO2

Professional Experience

Graduate Research Assistant, University of Arkansas (2015–2022)

Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Arkansas (2015–2018)

Assistant Supervisor for Supplemental Instruction Program, Lyon College (2013–2015)

Supplemental Instructor, Lyon College (2012–2015)

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Chemistry, Lyon College, Batesville

Bachelor, Mathematics, Lyon College, Batesville

PhD, Chemistry, University of Arkansas at Fayetteville

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