Dr Peter Kreider

2015     PhD Chemical Engineering, Oregon State University

2010     BS Chemical Engineering, University of Colorado at Boulder

General research interests involve chemical reaction systems for applications in energy and functional materials.

  • Chemical reaction engineering
  • Sustainable fuels and renewable energy technology
  • Materials science
  • Energy efficiency
  1. Nucleation and growth of oriented metal-organic framework thin films on thermal SiO 2 surface. Thin Solid Films 2018
  2. Earth-abundant transition metal oxides with extraordinary reversible oxygen exchange capacity for efficient thermochemical synthesis of solar fuels. Nano Energy. In press 2018
  3. Effect of non-stoichiometry on optical, radiative, and thermal characteristics of ceria undergoing reduction. Opt Express 2018;26:A360--A373
  4. Modelling of solar thermochemical reaction systems. Sol Energy 2017;156:149–68
  5. Solar Thermochemical Energy Storage. Chem Eng Prog 2017;113:30–5
  6. Plasmonics-enhanced metal–organic framework nanoporous films for highly sensitive near-infrared absorption. Journal of Materials Chemistry C 3(12), 2763-2767, 2015
  7. Experimental modeling of hydrogen producing steps in a novel sulfur–sulfur thermochemical water splitting cycle. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 40(6), 2484-2492, 2015
  8. Continuous synthesis of colloidal chalcopyrite copper indium diselenide nanocrystal inks. RSC Advances 4(32), 16418-16424, 2014
  9. Two-step continuous-flow synthesis of CuInSe2 nanoparticles in a solar microreactor. RSC Advances 4(27), 13827-13830, 2014
  10. High-rate synthesis of Cu–BTC metal–organic frameworks. Chemical Communications 49(98), 11518-11520, 2013
  11. Visible-light-sensitive Na-doped p-type flower-like ZnO photocatalysts synthesized via a continuous flow microreactor. RSC Advances 3(31), 12702-12710, 2013
  12. Visible-light-sensitive nanoscale Au–ZnO photocatalysts. Journal of nanoparticle research 15(5), 2013
  13. Surface Modification of Graphite Particles Coated by Atomic Layer Deposition and Advances in Ceramic Composites. International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology 10(2), 257-265, 2013
  14. A novel brush feeder for the pneumatic delivery of dispersed small particles at steady feed rates. Power Technology 229, 45-50, 2012
  15. Manganese oxide based thermochemical hydrogen production cycle. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 36(12), 7028-7037, 2011
  16. An investigation of a fluidized bed solids feeder for an aerosol flow reactor. Powder Technology 199(1), 70-76, 2010

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