Andrew Doyle

Graduate Student

My goal is to design a series of analytical tools for oxide systems that serve as an analog for d-band theory in metals. I am specifically interested in the impact of geometric and electronic effects on oxide catalysis for the oxygen evolution reaction.

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Theoretical Insights to Bulk Activity Towards Oxygen Evolution in Oxyhydroxides. Andrew D. Doyle, Michal Bajdich, Aleksandra Vojvodic . Catalysis Letters , 147 . 2017. A highly active and stable IrOx/SrIrO3 catalyst for the oxygen evolution reaction. L.C. Seitz , C.F. Dickens, K. Nishio, Y. Hikita, J. Montoya, A. Doyle, C. Kirk, A. Vojvodic, H.Y. Hwang, J.K. Nørskov, T.F. Jaramillo . Science , 353 , 1011- 1014 . 2016.
Improving Oxygen Electrochemistry Through Nanoscopic Confinement. Andrew D. Doyle, Joseph H. Montoya, Aleksandra Vojvodic . ChemCatChem , 7 , 738- 742 . 2015.