Dr. Gregoire’s research interests include: high-throughput materials discovery, combinatorial materials synthesis, high-throughput electrochemistry, connecting materials theory and experiments, synchrotron characterization, electrochemical stability screening, semiconductor-metal interfaces, mathematics of compositions spaces and phase diagrams, applications of machine learning in materials science, electrocatalysts for solar fuels and fuel cell reactions, photoelectrochemistry, experiment automation, and data management.

Dr. Gregoire’s JCAP research focuses on the discovery of electrocatalysts and photoelectrocatalysts for the oxygen evolution and carbon dioxide reduction reactions (OER and CO2RR).  This research involves the development of high-throughput synthesis, screening and characterization techniques and their application to explore new materials.  To guide the high-throughput experiments and interpret the results, his group works closely with materials theory, synchrotron characterization, materials integration, benchmarking, and test-bed research efforts.

Dr. Gregoire is the Thrust 2 Coordinator for Photoelectrocatalysis.


Recent Publications

Haber, J. A., Anzenburg, E., Yano, J., Kisielowski, C. & Gregoire, J. M. Multiphase Nanostructure of a Quinary Metal Oxide Electrocatalyst Reveals a New Direction for OER Electrocatalyst Design. Advanced Energy Materials, DOI: 10.1002/aenm.201402307 (2015).

Shinde, A., Guevarra, D., Haber, J. A., Jin, J. & Gregoire, J. M. Identification of optimal solar fuel electrocatalysts via high throughput in situ optical measurements. J. Mater. Res., DOI: 10.1557/jmr.2014.296 (2015).

Zhou, L. et al. High Throughput Discovery of Solar Fuels Photoanodes in the CuO−V2O5 System. Advanced Energy Materials, DOI: 10.1002/aenm.201500968 (2015).

Haber, J. A. et al. Discovering Ce-rich oxygen evolution catalysts, from high throughput screening to water electrolysis. Energy & Environmental Science 7, 682-688, DOI: 10.1039/c3ee43683g (2014).