Energy

Mechanisms of energy conversion in photosynthetic complexes, in enzymes, and over catalytic surfaces are under investigation in CCB.

The production of energy-evolving or energy-interconverting materials ranges from nanostructured biomimetic devices to extended layered compounds suspended over redox sites. Artificial photosynthesis and the creation of anti-biofouling surfaces are among our recent innovations.

Energy-Related Faculty

A headshot of Professor Ted Betley

Theodore Betley

Department Chair, Director of Graduate Studies
Erving Professor of Chemistry
(Accepting Graduate Students)
Professor Aizenberg

Joanna Aizenberg

Amy Smith Berylson Professor of Materials Science
Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
(Accepting Graduate Students)
A headshot of James G. Anderson

James G. Anderson

Philip S. Weld Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry
(Accepting Graduate Students)
Cynthia  Friend

Cynthia Friend

Theodore William Richards Professor of Chemistry and Professor of Materials Science
(Not Accepting Graduate Students)
Roy Gordon

Roy Gordon

Thomas D. Cabot Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Emeritus
(Not Accepting Graduate Students)
Frank Keutsch

Frank Keutsch

Stonington Professor of Engineering and Atmospheric Science
Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
(Accepting Graduate Students)
Mason, Jarad

Jarad Mason

Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
(Accepting Graduate Students)
Daniel G. Nocera

Daniel G. Nocera

Patterson Rockwood Professor of Energy
(Accepting Graduate Students)
George Whitesides

George Whitesides

Woodford L. and Ann A. Flowers University Professor
(Not Accepting Graduate Students)