Hattrick-Simpers, Jason

Assistant Professor

Jason Hattrick-Simpers is Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of South Carolina. The primary focus of Dr. Hattrick-Simpers work is on the development and utilization of high-throughput strategies to expedite the discovery and optimization of new energy materials.

Biographical Profile

College Engineering & Computing, College of
Department Chemical Engineering
Phone 803-777-4181
Tenure Status Tenure Track

Interest Background

Do you include students in your research?
Interest Keywords
Syngas, coal slagging, gasification, hydrogen, refractory ceramics
Institutional Focus Areas
Materials Research
Personal Focus Areas
Identification of novel materials, Design of rapid screening measurement techniques for hydrogen storage applications

Professional Preparation(Education & Training)

Dates Institution Location Degree Field of Study
2007 University of Maryland College Park, Maryland PhD Materials Science and Engineering
2002 Rowan University Glassboro, New Jersey BS Physics & Mathematics

Memberships & Professional Activities

Dates Type Description Institution/Entity
Membership Materials Research Society
Membership Toastmasters International
Membership American Physical Society

Positions & Appointments

Dates Description Institution/Entity
1999 - 2002 Undergraduate Research Assistant, Rowan University
2002 - 2007 Graduate Research Assistant, University of Maryland
2007 - 2010 National Research Council Postdoctoral Fellowship, National Academy of Sciences
2011 Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of South Carolina

Awarded Externally-Sponsored Funding(Past Seven Years)

Start Initial Construction of Raman Analytical Tool (15510-JQ00)
Sponsor:  Greenway Energy
Total Requested:  $13,000
04/01/2011 - 03/30/2013
COEE: Research Center of Economic Excellence for Strategic Environmental Approaches to Electricity Production from Coal (J. Hattrick-Simpers Startup Account) (15510-JA91)
Sponsor:  SC CHE Endowed Chair Program/Santee Cooper
Total Requested:  $5,000,000
Grant # COEE,09/16/2010 - 05/31/2015
Ralph E Powe Junior Faculty Award: Self-healing Co Nanorods for Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis (15510-KA71)
Sponsor:  Oak Ridge Associated Universities
Total Requested:  $5,000
04/11/2012 - 04/10/2013
7th International Workshop on Combinatorial Materials Science and Technology (15510-FC13)
Sponsor:  National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)/DOC
Total Requested:  $3,000
Grant # 70NANB12H223,09/01/2012 - 12/31/2012
Workshop on Combinatorial Approaches to Functional Materials (15510-FC35)
Sponsor:  National Science Foundation (NSF)
Total Requested:  $50,000
Grant # DMR-1439054,05/01/2014 - 04/30/2015
CV last updated 01/23/2012 10:28 EST
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