Simon M Humphrey

Associate Professor
Department of Chemistry

Phone: 512-471-0312

Office Location
WEL 4.428

Postal Address
The University of Texas at Austin
Chemistry Department
2506 Speedway STOP A5300
Austin, TX 78712

MChem, University of East Anglia, Norwich (2002)
Ph.D., University of Cambridge (2005)
Post-Doctoral Scholar, University of California, Berkeley (2005-2007)
Research Fellow, St John's College, Cambridge (2006-2009)

PdAu Alloy Nanoparticle Catalysts: Effective Candidates for Nitrite Reduction in Water, S. Seraj, P. Kunal, H. Li, G. Henkelman, S. M. Humphrey, C. J. Werth, ACS Catalysis, 2017, 7, 3268-3276.

A sensor for trace H2O detection in D2O, S. G. Dunning, A. J. Nunez, M. D. Moore, A. Steiner, V. M. Lynch, J. L. Sessler, B. J. Holliday, S. M. Humphrey, Chem, 2017, 2, 579-589.

A PCP Pincer Ligand for Coordination Polymers with Versatile Chemical Reactivity: Selective Activation of CO2 Gas over CO Gas in the Solid State, J. He, N. W. Waggoner, S. G. Dunning, A. Steiner, V. M. Lynch, S. M. Humphrey, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2016, 55, 12351-12355.

Microwave-​Assisted Synthesis of PdxAu100-​x Alloy Nanoparticles: A Combined Experimental and Theoretical Assessment of Synthetic and Compositional Effects upon Catalytic Reactivity, P. Kunal, H. Li, B. L. Dewing, L. Zhang, K. Jarvis, G. Henkelman, S. M. Humphrey, ACS Catalysis. 2016, 6, 4882-4893.

Separation of p-divinylbenzene by selective room-temperature adsorption inside Mg-CUK-1 prepared by aqueous microwave synthesis, B. Saccoccia, A. M. Bohnsack, N. W. Waggonner, K-H. Cho, J-S. Lee, D-Y. Hong, J-S. Chang, S. M. Humphrey, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2015, 54, 5394-5398.

Microwave synthesis of classically immiscible rhodium-silver and rhodium-gold alloy nanoparticles: Highly active hydrogenation catalysts, S. Garcia, L. Zhang, G. W. Piburn, G. Henkelman, S. M. Humphrey, ACS Nano 2014, 8 11512-11521.