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2011 Annual Merit Review Proceedings

Basic Energy Sciences

These presentations and posters from the Basic Energy Sciences session at the Annual Merit Review in May, 2011, are available as Adobe Acrobat PDFs.

Basic Energy Sciences Presentations

  1. SISGR: Using In vitro Maturation and Cell-free Evolution to Understand [Fe-Fe]hydrogenase Activation and Active Site Constraints, James Swartz, Stanford University
  2. Phototrophic metabolism of organic compounds generates excess reducing power that can be redirected to produce H2 as a biofuel, Caroline Harwood, University of Washington
  3. Fundamental Studies of Recombinant Hydrogenases, Michael Adams, University of Georgia
  4. Excited States in Semiconductor Quantum Dots, Oleg Prezhdo, University of Rochester
  5. Theoretical Research Program on Bio-inspired Inorganic Hydrogen Generating Catalysts and Electrodes, Annabella Selloni, Princeton University
  6. Photoinitiated Electron Collection in Mixed-Metal Supramolecular Complexes: Development of Photocatalysts for Hydrogen Production, Karen Brewer, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
  7. New Directions for Efficient Solar Water Splitting Based on Two Photosystems and Singlet Fission Chromophores, Arthur Nozik, NREL
  8. Catalyzed Water Oxidation by Solar Irradiation of Band-Gap-Narrowed Semiconductors, Etsuko Fujita, Brookhaven National Laboratory
  9. Quantum Theory of Semiconductor-Photo-Catalysis and Solar Water Splitting, Philip Allen, Stony Brook University
  10. Formation and Characterization of Semiconductor Nanorod/Oxide Nanoparticle Hybrid Materials: Toward Vectoral Electron Transport in Hybrid Materials, Neal Armstrong, University of Arizona
  11. Combinatorial Methods for the Improvement of Semiconductor Metal Oxide Photoelectrodes, Bruce Parkinson, University of Wyoming
  12. A Hybrid Biological/Organic Photochemical Half-Cell for Generating Dihydrogen, John Golbeck, Pennsylvania State University
  13. Fundamental Optical, Electrical, and Photoelectrochemical Properties of Catalyst-Bound Silicon Microwire Array Photocathodes for Sunlight-Driven Hydrogen Production, Nathan Lewis, California Institute of Technology

Basic Energy Sciences Posters

  1. Hydrogen Generation Using Integrated Photovoltaic and Photoelectrochemical Cells, Jin Zhang, University of California, Santa Cruz
  2. Modular Designed Protein Constructions for Solar Generated H2 from Water, Leslie Dutton, University of Pennsylvania
  3. Protein-Templated Synthesis and Assembly of Nanostructuctures for Hydrogen Production, Arunava Gupta, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa
  4. Prospects for Hydrogen Production from Formate by Methanococcus maripaludis, John Leigh, University of Washington
  5. Structural, Functional, and Integration Studies of Solar-Driven, Bio-Hybrid, H2-Producing Systems, Maria Ghirardi, NREL
  6. Genes Needed For H2 Production by Sulfate Reducing Bacteria, Lee Krumholz, University of Oklahoma
  7. Genetics and Molecular Biology of Hydrogen Metabolism in Sulfate-reducing Bacteria, Judy Wall, University of Missouri
  8. Regulation of H2 and CO2 Metabolism: Factors Involved in Partitioning of Photosynthetic Reductant in Green Algae, Maria Ghirardi, NREL

To locate posters and presentations from other meeting sessions, go to the main page of the 2011 Annual Merit Review Proceedings.