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Andrew M. Rappe

Professor of Chemistry and Professor of Materials Science and Engineering

University of Pennsylvania

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University of Pennsylvania

3400 Chestnut St

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,19104

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Pen-nergy Co-Director

The Catalysis Club of Philadelphia


Affiliations

American Physical Society

Fellow


Berkeley

IBM Postdoctoral Fellow


Education

Ph. D.

Physics and Chemistry

MIT


Ph.D.

The University of Pennsylvania


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Andrew Rappe
University of Pennsylvania


APS Physics | DCP | Executive Committee

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Secretary/Treasurer: Andrew M. Rappe ( 03/07 - 02/10)
Univ of Pennsylvania


QMC in Cambridge and around the world | Quantum Monte Carlo

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Andrew Rappe (University of Pennsylvania) - "The bulk photovoltaic effect in polar oxides for robust and efficient solar energy harvesting" [abstract]


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

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Andrew M. Rappe
Pennergy Co-Director Department of Chemistry University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 19104 rappe@sas.upenn.edu 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.


APS Physics | DCP | Executive Committee

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Secretary/Treasurer: Andrew M. Rappe (03/07 - 02/10)
Univ of Pennsylvania


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