Joseph T. Hupp
Joseph T. Hupp is a Professor of Chemistry at Northwestern University. He makes and studies molecular materials and supramolecular assemblies. Some are designed understand fundamental aspects of molecular recognition, directed assembly, light harvesting and directional energy transport, and electron transfer reactivity. Others are designed to exploit these phenomena to solve problems involving solar energy conversion, chemical fuel storage and release, chemical sensing, molecular transport and chemical separations, or selective catalysis.
Research interests include: Organic, Functional Nanoporous Polymers, Light-harvesting molecules, Inorganic, Solid State, Physical, Energy Related, Catalysis, Oxidative catalysis, Solar Fuels, Energy, Materials for storage of solar fuels, Catalysts for production of solar fuels, Molecular photovoltaics, Nanoscience, Functional nanoporous materials, Materials, Energy-related materials, Functional nanoporous materials.