JCAP News and HIGHLIGHTS

 
Recent theoretical studies of mechanisms and factors that govern plasmon energy conversion into hot carriers

Recent theoretical studies of mechanisms and factors that govern plasmon energy conversion into hot carriers

 

JCAP Research is presented at professional meetings and conferences

For a recent list of presentation titles and presenters, visit JCAP Talks  

For a recent list of presentation titles and presenters, visit JCAP Talks

 

 
JCAP scientists are developing novel theoretical methods to predict the effect that solvents have on material properties and photoelectromechanical performance of solar-fuels generators

JCAP scientists are developing novel theoretical methods to predict the effect that solvents have on material properties and photoelectromechanical performance of solar-fuels generators

Credit: Lance Hayashida/Caltech. Prof. Bernardi is working on quantum mechanical calculations of the dynamics of electrons and excited states in materials

Credit: Lance Hayashida/Caltech. Prof. Bernardi is working on quantum mechanical calculations of the dynamics of electrons and excited states in materials

 
Francesca Toma's interview with SOFI Solar Fuels Institute and the SOFI VideoLab presentation of her research

Francesca Toma's interview with SOFI Solar Fuels Institute and the SOFI VideoLab presentation of her research

 

CARBON DIOXIDE REDUCTION TO ALCOHOLS USING ARTIFICIAL PHOTOSYNTHESIS

JCAP researchers propose an artificial photosynthesis scheme for direct synthesis and separation to ethanol with minimum product crossover using saturated salt electrolytes

JCAP researchers propose an artificial photosynthesis scheme for direct synthesis and separation to ethanol with minimum product crossover using saturated salt electrolytes

Sonja Frances is part of JCAP's team at Caltech working on carbon dioxide reduction reactions that use solar energy and water

Sonja Frances is part of JCAP's team at Caltech working on carbon dioxide reduction reactions that use solar energy and water

 
High-throughput experimentation helps to discover integrated photoanode assemblies and highlights importance of interface engineering

High-throughput experimentation helps to discover integrated photoanode assemblies and highlights importance of interface engineering

 
Work on the development of new materials for sustainable energy generation by Prof. Mendoza-Cortes — a recent JCAP alum — was highlighted by the US Department of Energy

Work on the development of new materials for sustainable energy generation by Prof. Mendoza-Cortes — a recent JCAP alum — was highlighted by the US Department of Energy

 

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