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Dr. Andrew Rappe M.

Pen-nergy Co-Director

The Catalysis Club of Philadelphia

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The Catalysis Club of Philadelphia

150 Academy St.

Newark, Delaware 19716

United States

Company Description

The Catalysis Club of Philadelphia was founded in 1949 to promote the advancement of knowledge of the science of catalysis. We are a nonprofit organization providing opportunities for members in Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey and Delaware area. We pro ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

University of Pennsylvania , US

Drexel University

Associate Professor of Chemistry

Penn Engineering

Affiliations

Secretary Treasurer
University of Pennsylvania

Fellow
American Physical Society

IBM Postdoctoral Fellow
Berkeley

Education

Ph. D.

Physics and Chemistry

MIT

Ph.D.

The University of Pennsylvania

Web References (78 Total References)


Abstracts Archives - Page 4 of 16 - Catalysis Club of Philadelphia

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Andrew M. Rappe
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Andrew M. Rappe
Biog­ra­phy - Andrew M. Rappe is a Pro­fes­sor of Chem­istry and Pro­fes­sor of Mate­ri­als Sci­ence and Engi­neer­ing at the Uni­ver­sity of Penn­syl­va­nia. He received his A. B. in "Chem­istry and Physics" summa cum laude from Har­vard Uni­ver­sity in 1986, and his Ph. D. in "Physics and Chem­istry" from MIT in 1992. He was an IBM Post­doc­toral Fel­low at UC Berke­ley before start­ing at Penn in 1994.
Andrew received an NSF CAREER award in 1997, an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fel­low­ship in 1998, and a Camille Drey­fus Teacher-Scholar Award in 1999. He was named a Fel­low of the Amer­i­can Phys­i­cal Soci­ety in 2006.
Andrew is one of the two found­ing co-directors of Pen­nergy: the Penn Cen­ter for Energy Inno­va­tion. He is also one of the found­ing co-directors of the VIPER hon­ors pro­gram at Penn, the Vage­los Inte­grated Pro­gram in Energy Research.
His cur­rent research inter­ests revolve around fer­ro­elec­tric phase tran­si­tions in oxides, sur­face chem­istry and catal­y­sis of com­plex oxides, and the inter­play between the two: a) He helped estab­lish rela­tion­ships between com­po­si­tion and fer­ro­elec­tric phase tran­si­tion tem­per­a­ture in bismuth-containing per­ovskites oxides, b) He pre­dicted that chang­ing chem­i­cal vapor com­po­si­tion above a fer­ro­elec­tric oxide could reori­ent its polar­iza­tion, c) He revealed the mech­a­nism of domain wall motion in fer­ro­elec­tric oxides, d) He showed that chang­ing fer­ro­elec­tric polar­iza­tion dra­mat­i­cally changes cat­alytic activ­ity of sup­ported metal films and nanopar­ti­cles, and e) He uses com­pu­ta­tional mate­ri­als design to invent new fer­ro­elec­tric pho­to­voltaics for solar applications.


Abstracts Archives - Page 3 of 15 - Catalysis Club of Philadelphia

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Andrew M. Rappe Pen­nergy Co-Director

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Andrew M. Rappe
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Andrew M. Rappe
Biog­ra­phy - Andrew M. Rappe is a Pro­fes­sor of Chem­istry and Pro­fes­sor of Mate­ri­als Sci­ence and Engi­neer­ing at the Uni­ver­sity of Penn­syl­va­nia. He received his A. B. in "Chem­istry and Physics" summa cum laude from Har­vard Uni­ver­sity in 1986, and his Ph. D. in "Physics and Chem­istry" from MIT in 1992. He was an IBM Post­doc­toral Fel­low at UC Berke­ley before start­ing at Penn in 1994.
Andrew received an NSF CAREER award in 1997, an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fel­low­ship in 1998, and a Camille Drey­fus Teacher-Scholar Award in 1999. He was named a Fel­low of the Amer­i­can Phys­i­cal Soci­ety in 2006.
Andrew is one of the two found­ing co-directors of Pen­nergy: the Penn Cen­ter for Energy Inno­va­tion. He is also one of the found­ing co-directors of the VIPER hon­ors pro­gram at Penn, the Vage­los Inte­grated Pro­gram in Energy Research.
His cur­rent research inter­ests revolve around fer­ro­elec­tric phase tran­si­tions in oxides, sur­face chem­istry and catal­y­sis of com­plex oxides, and the inter­play between the two: a) He helped estab­lish rela­tion­ships between com­po­si­tion and fer­ro­elec­tric phase tran­si­tion tem­per­a­ture in bismuth-containing per­ovskites oxides, b) He pre­dicted that chang­ing chem­i­cal vapor com­po­si­tion above a fer­ro­elec­tric oxide could reori­ent its polar­iza­tion, c) He revealed the mech­a­nism of domain wall motion in fer­ro­elec­tric oxides, d) He showed that chang­ing fer­ro­elec­tric polar­iza­tion dra­mat­i­cally changes cat­alytic activ­ity of sup­ported metal films and nanopar­ti­cles, and e) He uses com­pu­ta­tional mate­ri­als design to invent new fer­ro­elec­tric pho­to­voltaics for solar applications.


Andrew M. Rappe Pen­nergy ...

catalysisclubphilly.org [cached]

Andrew M. Rappe Pen­nergy Co-Director

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Andrew M. Rappe
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Andrew M. Rappe
Biog­ra­phy - Andrew M. Rappe is a Pro­fes­sor of Chem­istry and Pro­fes­sor of Mate­ri­als Sci­ence and Engi­neer­ing at the Uni­ver­sity of Penn­syl­va­nia. He received his A. B. in "Chem­istry and Physics" summa cum laude from Har­vard Uni­ver­sity in 1986, and his Ph. D. in "Physics and Chem­istry" from MIT in 1992. He was an IBM Post­doc­toral Fel­low at UC Berke­ley before start­ing at Penn in 1994.
Andrew received an NSF CAREER award in 1997, an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fel­low­ship in 1998, and a Camille Drey­fus Teacher-Scholar Award in 1999. He was named a Fel­low of the Amer­i­can Phys­i­cal Soci­ety in 2006.
Andrew is one of the two found­ing co-directors of Pen­nergy: the Penn Cen­ter for Energy Inno­va­tion. He is also one of the found­ing co-directors of the VIPER hon­ors pro­gram at Penn, the Vage­los Inte­grated Pro­gram in Energy Research.
His cur­rent research inter­ests revolve around fer­ro­elec­tric phase tran­si­tions in oxides, sur­face chem­istry and catal­y­sis of com­plex oxides, and the inter­play between the two: a) He helped estab­lish rela­tion­ships between com­po­si­tion and fer­ro­elec­tric phase tran­si­tion tem­per­a­ture in bismuth-containing per­ovskites oxides, b) He pre­dicted that chang­ing chem­i­cal vapor com­po­si­tion above a fer­ro­elec­tric oxide could reori­ent its polar­iza­tion, c) He revealed the mech­a­nism of domain wall motion in fer­ro­elec­tric oxides, d) He showed that chang­ing fer­ro­elec­tric polar­iza­tion dra­mat­i­cally changes cat­alytic activ­ity of sup­ported metal films and nanopar­ti­cles, and e) He uses com­pu­ta­tional mate­ri­als design to invent new fer­ro­elec­tric pho­to­voltaics for solar applications.


Andrew M. Rappe Pen­nergy ...

catalysisclubphilly.org [cached]

Andrew M. Rappe Pen­nergy Co-Director

...
Andrew M. Rappe
...
Andrew M. Rappe
Biog­ra­phy - Andrew M. Rappe is a Pro­fes­sor of Chem­istry and Pro­fes­sor of Mate­ri­als Sci­ence and Engi­neer­ing at the Uni­ver­sity of Penn­syl­va­nia. He received his A. B. in "Chem­istry and Physics" summa cum laude from Har­vard Uni­ver­sity in 1986, and his Ph. D. in "Physics and Chem­istry" from MIT in 1992. He was an IBM Post­doc­toral Fel­low at UC Berke­ley before start­ing at Penn in 1994.
Andrew received an NSF CAREER award in 1997, an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fel­low­ship in 1998, and a Camille Drey­fus Teacher-Scholar Award in 1999. He was named a Fel­low of the Amer­i­can Phys­i­cal Soci­ety in 2006.
Andrew is one of the two found­ing co-directors of Pen­nergy: the Penn Cen­ter for Energy Inno­va­tion. He is also one of the found­ing co-directors of the VIPER hon­ors pro­gram at Penn, the Vage­los Inte­grated Pro­gram in Energy Research.
His cur­rent research inter­ests revolve around fer­ro­elec­tric phase tran­si­tions in oxides, sur­face chem­istry and catal­y­sis of com­plex oxides, and the inter­play between the two: a) He helped estab­lish rela­tion­ships between com­po­si­tion and fer­ro­elec­tric phase tran­si­tion tem­per­a­ture in bismuth-containing per­ovskites oxides, b) He pre­dicted that chang­ing chem­i­cal vapor com­po­si­tion above a fer­ro­elec­tric oxide could reori­ent its polar­iza­tion, c) He revealed the mech­a­nism of domain wall motion in fer­ro­elec­tric oxides, d) He showed that chang­ing fer­ro­elec­tric polar­iza­tion dra­mat­i­cally changes cat­alytic activ­ity of sup­ported metal films and nanopar­ti­cles, and e) He uses com­pu­ta­tional mate­ri­als design to invent new fer­ro­elec­tric pho­to­voltaics for solar applications.


Polar Substrates and Nonstoichiometric Surfaces: New Routes to Active and Controllable Heterogeneous Catalysts - Catalysis Club of Philadelphia

catalysisclubphilly.org [cached]

Andrew M. Rappe Pen­nergy Co-Director

...
Andrew M. Rappe
Andrew M. Rappe
Biog­ra­phy - Andrew M. Rappe is a Pro­fes­sor of Chem­istry and Pro­fes­sor of Mate­ri­als Sci­ence and Engi­neer­ing at the Uni­ver­sity of Penn­syl­va­nia. He received his A. B. in "Chem­istry and Physics" summa cum laude from Har­vard Uni­ver­sity in 1986, and his Ph. D. in "Physics and Chem­istry" from MIT in 1992. He was an IBM Post­doc­toral Fel­low at UC Berke­ley before start­ing at Penn in 1994.
Andrew received an NSF CAREER award in 1997, an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fel­low­ship in 1998, and a Camille Drey­fus Teacher-Scholar Award in 1999. He was named a Fel­low of the Amer­i­can Phys­i­cal Soci­ety in 2006.
Andrew is one of the two found­ing co-directors of Pen­nergy: the Penn Cen­ter for Energy Inno­va­tion. He is also one of the found­ing co-directors of the VIPER hon­ors pro­gram at Penn, the Vage­los Inte­grated Pro­gram in Energy Research.
His cur­rent research inter­ests revolve around fer­ro­elec­tric phase tran­si­tions in oxides, sur­face chem­istry and catal­y­sis of com­plex oxides, and the inter­play between the two: a) He helped estab­lish rela­tion­ships between com­po­si­tion and fer­ro­elec­tric phase tran­si­tion tem­per­a­ture in bismuth-containing per­ovskites oxides, b) He pre­dicted that chang­ing chem­i­cal vapor com­po­si­tion above a fer­ro­elec­tric oxide could reori­ent its polar­iza­tion, c) He revealed the mech­a­nism of domain wall motion in fer­ro­elec­tric oxides, d) He showed that chang­ing fer­ro­elec­tric polar­iza­tion dra­mat­i­cally changes cat­alytic activ­ity of sup­ported metal films and nanopar­ti­cles, and e) He uses com­pu­ta­tional mate­ri­als design to invent new fer­ro­elec­tric pho­to­voltaics for solar applications.

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