Hannah Sayre

Assistant Professor,  Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Assistant Professor,  Chemical Engineering

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Research Focus

Design photocatalysts to improve efficiency and reactivity. Understand light-activated chemical reactions with time-resolved spectroscopy

Education

  • PhD, Chemistry, The Ohio State University, 2018

Research Overview

Design photocatalysts to improve efficiency and reactivity. Understand light-activated chemical reactions with time-resolved spectroscopy

Selected Publications

  • Kudisch, B.; Sayre, H. J.; Tian, L.; Schwartz, K. N. “Viewpoint on the 2019 International
    Conference on Photochemistry” J. Phys. Chem. 2019, 123, 8977-8981, doi: 10.1021/acs.jpca.9b09156
  • Sayre, H. “New Developments on the Carbon Capture Frontier” Frontiers in Energy Research Newsletter, Winter 2019.
  • Xue, C.; Sayre, H. J.; Turro, C. “Electron Injection into Titanium Dioxide by Panchromatic Dirhodium Photosensitizers with Low Energy Red Light” Chem. Comm. 2019, 55, 10428-10431, doi: 10.1039/c9cc04677a.
  • Sayre, H. “Scientists Discover Stable Material for Sulfur Dioxide Capture” Frontiers in Energy Research Newsletter, Fall 2018.
  • Sayre, H. J.; Millet, A.; Dunbar, K. R.; Turro, C. “Photocatalytic H2 Production by Dirhodium(II,II) Photosensitizers with Red Light” Chem. Comm. 2018, 54, 8332-8334, doi: 10.1039/c8cc03631d.
  • Whittemore, T. J.; Millet, A.; Sayre, H. J.; Xue, C.; Dolinar, B. S.; White, E. G.; Dunbar, K. R.; Turro, C. “Tunable Rh2(II,II) Light Absorbers as Excited-State Electron Donors and Acceptors Accessible with Red/Near-Infrared Irradiation” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2018, 140, 5161-5170, doi: 10.1021/jacs.8b00599
Hannah Sayre

Faculty

Aug 18, 2021

New Faculty Spotlight: Hannah Sayre

Hannah Sayre joins the Chemical Engineering department in August 2021 as an Assistant Professor with a joint appointment in Chemistry and Chemical Biology.

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