Collaborators

The Byers Group proudly collaborates with the following people:


The NSF Center for Integrated Catalysis

Affiliation:
Boston College; University of California, Los Angeles; University of Houston; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Collaborative Efforts Aimed At:
Developing spatially- and temporally-controlled catalysts to make sophisticated products from simple starting materials


John Matson

Affiliation:
Virginia Tech

Title:
Professor of Chemistry

Collaborative Efforts Aimed At:
Investigating the mechanical properties of complex triblock copolymers


Michael L. Neidig

Affiliation:
University of Rochester

Title:
Assistant Professor of Chemistry

Collaborative Efforts Aimed At:
Investigating the electronic structure of iron carbene complexes with novel modes of bonding and reactivity; conducting a mechanistic study of iron-catalyzed cross-coupling reactions


Jia Niu

Affiliation:
Boston College

Title:
Assistant Professor of Chemistry

Collaborative Efforts Aimed At:
Developing a method to upcycle polyolefin materials; developing “Paper 2 Plastics,” an outreach program designed for high school aged girls and minorities that are underrepresented in STEM fields


Natalia Shustova

Affiliation:
University of South Carolina

Title:
Associate Professor of Chemistry

Collaborative Efforts Aimed At:
Building sophisticated guest-host systems for catalysis using metal-organic frameworks


Dunwei Wang

Affiliation:
Boston College

Title:
Associate Professor of Chemistry

Collaborative Efforts Aimed At:
Developing electrochemical methods for switchable catalysis; Developing a method to upcycle polyolefin materials


Jane Wissinger

Affiliation:
University of Minnesota

Title:
Professor & Organic Chemistry Laboratory Director

Collaborative Efforts Aimed At:
Designing new undergraduate labs pertaining to renewable materials


Yuan Yao

Affiliation:
Yale University

Title:
Assistant Professor of Industrial Ecology and Sustainable Systems

Collaborative Efforts Aimed At:
Developing a method to upcycle polyolefin materials


Mingjiang Zhong

Affiliation:
Yale University

Title:
Assistant Professor of Chemical & Environmental Engineering

Collaborative Efforts Aimed At:
Developing a method to upcycle polyolefin materials