Jeremy Bau, Ph.D.

Research Scientists

Research Scientist

Research Interests

​My research interests are in the synthesis and characterization of novel materials for renewable energy applications, especially nanoparticles. As a part of that, I focus on the conversion of energy to hydrogen via the splitting of water into hydrogen and oxygen gases through electrochemical and photoelectrochemical processes.

Selected Publications

  • Nickel/Iron Oxide Nanocrystals with a Non-Equilibrium Phase: Controlling Size, Shape, and Composition. 
    Bau, J. A.; Li, P.; Marenco, A. J.; Trudel, S.; Olsen, B. C.; Luber, E. J.; Buriak, J. M.
    Chemistry of Materials, 26, 4796-4804, (2014)
  • Oxygen Evolution Catalyzied by Nickel-Iron Oxide Nanocrystals with a Non-Equilibrium Phase. 
    Bau, J.; Luber, E. J.; Buriak, J. M.
    ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 7, 19755-19763, (2015)
  • Conjugation of A and B Blood Group Structures to Silica Microparticles for the Detection of Antigen-Specific B Cell... 
    Slaney, A.; Dijke, E.; Jeyakanthan, M.; Li, C.; Zou, L.; Plaza-Alexander, P.; Meloncelli, ...
    Bioconjugate Chemistry, 27, 705-715, (2016)


  • ​Ph.D., Chemistry, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, 2015

KAUST Affiliations

  • ​Kaust Catalysis Center (KCC)
  • Division of Physical Science and Engineering (PSE)

Research Interests Keywords

​Nanomaterials synthesis photoelectrochemistry solar fuels