Bryan Hare

Email: bryanhare@gatech.edu

Office: RBI 425C

Current Project 

Understanding the surface science behind aqueous phase reforming (APR), a catalytic process for producing renewable hydrogen from biomass. The utilization of infrared spectroscopy can reveal what chemical species are involved throughout the favored reaction mechanism along with the preferred catalyst topography (edge sites vs. terrace sites) for each intermediate step.

Other Scientific Interests/Experience

  • Catalyst development for CO2 conversion into renewable fuels.
  • Chemical fuel production on extraterrestrial planetary bodies
  • Design and control of Generation IV nuclear reactors

Education

2018 – present              Georgia Institute of Technology

Ph.D. student Chemical Engineering 

2018                                University of South Florida, Tampa

M.S. Chemical Engineering

Thesis: Supported Perovskite-type Oxides: Establishing a Foundation for CO2 Conversion through                                                                   Reverse Water-Gas Shift Chemical Looping

Advisor: Dr. John N. Kuhn

2016                               University of South Florida, Tampa

B.S. Chemical Engineering

Publications

  1. Hare, B. J., Maiti, D., Daza, Y. A., Bhethanabotla, V. R., Kuhn, J. N. “Enhanced CO2 conversion to CO by silica-supported perovskite oxides at low temperatures.” ACS Catal., 2018, 8, 3021-3029.
  2. Maiti, D., Hare, B. J., Daza, Y. A., Ramos, A. E., Kuhn, J. N., & Bhethanabotla, V. R. “Earth abundant perovskite oxides for low temperature CO2 conversion.” Energy Environ. Sci., 2018, 11, 648-659.
  3. Daza, Y. A., Maiti, D., Hare, B. J., Bhethanabotla, V. R., Kuhn, J. N. “More Cu, more problems: Decreased CO2 conversion ability by Cu-doped La0.75Sr0.25FeO3 perovskite oxides.” Surf. Sci. 2016, 648, 92-99.