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David T.  Moore

David T. Moore

Lehigh University

Dr. David T. Moore received his Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He was appointed as an Assistant Professor to the faculty of the Chemistry Department at Lehigh University in 2007. Professor Moore's research focuses on developing experimental methods to probe molecular level processes, such as nanocatalysis and carbon capture, which are relevant to alternative energy and clean energy technologies. Together with Prof. Kai Landskron (also an Assistant Professor on the Lehigh University chemistry faculty), Prof. Moore was awarded one of the inaugural ARPA-E grants in 2009, to investigate new techniques involving the use of electric fields to facilitate gas separation for carbon capture applications. Prof. Moore has published 35 papers in his field of physical chemistry, and in 2009 was awarded an NSF CAREER grant to work on development new spectroscopic methods to study the mechanisms of nanocatalytic reactions.

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