Bachelors of Science in Chemistry from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
Minor in Spanish (2014)
Renewables Energies / Material Design / Catalysis / Batteries & Energy Storage
The goal of my PhD research will be to understand and manipulate reactions—rates, products, etc—via asymmetric reaction sites/surfaces.
Webster, Megan; Lee, Hae Yang; Pepa, Kristi; Winkler, Nathan; Kretzschmar, Ilona; Castaldi, Marco J. “Investigation on electrical surface modification of waste to energy ash for possible use as an electrode material in microbial fuel cells”. Waste Management & Research (2018)
“Calculated vs. Experimental Volume and Surface Resistivity in Various Elastomer Compounds” in Pursuit, the University of Tennessee-Knoxville’s Undergraduate Research Journal, Summer 2014 Edition.
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