Heath Kersell’s interests lie in enabling a ‘roadmap’ to discovering materials for sustainable energy technologies. To that end, he has established and employed experimental methods enabling correlation of chemistry, structure, and activity at the nano- and atomic-scales. By understanding atomic scale material transformations inambient gas environments, his work seeks to accelerate the identification of materials suitable for more energy efficient, environmentally friendly, and cost-effective catalysis.
Postdoc – Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2016-2021
Ph.D. – Condensed Matter Physics, Ohio University, 2015
M.S. – Physics, Ohio University, 2011
B.S. – Physics, Ohio University, 2008