Alexander Hoffman

Postdoctoral Associate, Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Email: ajhoff29


2022: PhD Chemical Engineering, University of Florida
2015: BS Chemistry, College of William and Mary

Background and Research Interests

During my PhD, I used density functional theory to study the catalytic properties of proton-form zeolites, factors affecting the synthesis of zeolites, and the structure and behavior of Rh supported on alumina during NOx reduction. I'm interested in studying zeolites and single-atom metal catalysts further using higher throughput methods and learning about how faster screening methods can identify promising materials for catalysis.


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