Kuo received his Bachelors degree in chemistry from Nanjing University with honor in 2010 and entered Bocarsly lab in 2011. His work focuses on mechanistic studies for carbon dioxide reduction on metal electrodes.
Yuan grew up in Nanjing China, and in 2008 he received his Bachelor Degree in Chemistry from Nanjing University. Then, he got his Master Degree of Science in Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Now he is pursuing his Ph.D. at Princeton, and his research interest aims at photoelectrochemical reduction of CO2 using various semiconductor electrodes.
Travis graduated from The University of Texas at Austin in 2010 with a B.S. in biochemistry. While at UT Austin he worked on the total synthesis of a sesquiterpene-neolignan natural product under the advisory of Professor Dionicio Siegel. Travis also spent a summer performing synthetic studies in alkaloid total synthesis in the lab of Karl Gademann at the Ecole polytechnique federale de Lausanne. In the Bocarsly group, Travis studies carbon dioxide reduction using chemically modified electrodes.
Jim hails from Pennsylvania and got his B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Delaware and did research there on solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs). He currently works at the intersection of the CO2 reduction and fuel cell projects.
James Pander is an alumnus of Penn State University and now works on CO2 reduction on porphyrins.
James graduated from Boston University with a B.A. in chemistry in 2013. He mainly investigates the reduction CO2 on semiconductors.