At Mills Since 2020
Dr. Amy Chu is an Inorganic Chemist specializing in organometallic syntheses and catalysis. Dr. Chu has a BS from the National Taiwan University (2011) and a PhD from the Univ. of Illinois in Urbana Champaign (2016). Her graduate work in Prof. Thomas B. Rauchfuss' lab focused on designing new catalysts containing environmentally friendly and earth-abundant metals. She conducted post-doctoral research with Prof. Karen I. Goldberg in the Univ. of Pennsylvania on the catalytic transformation of carbon dioxide. She is particularly passionate about research topics that address the climate challenges of current industrial processes. She leads a team of researchers that tackle these challenges by implementing the principles of green chemistry in the design of new synthetic methodologies. Dr. Chu is also a researcher at the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy where she implements her expertise to formulate policy proposals that empower the climate-friendly transformation of the energy sector.
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|MWF||9:00 am-9:50 am||General Chemistry I with Lab||NSB 217|
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|TR||9:30 am-10:45 am||Analytical Chemistry with Lab||NSB 213|