Our work focuses on development and application of electronic structure methods to the study of both current (fossil-fuel based) and future (renewables based) energy systems. In particular we are interested in exploring mechanisms in both heterogeneous catalysis and photoactive materials that exploit multiple electronic states.

We are looking for postdoctoral researchers, graduate students and undergraduates interested in joining our team. If you want to engage in cutting-edge research supported by excellent infrastructure, please get in contact via the contacts page.


Funding for our work is gratefully acknowledged from:

University of Louisville American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund National Science Foundation Department of Energy