Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Top 20 Doctoral Program — National Research Council

Faculty

Dr. Jeremy Palmer
Dr. Jeremy Palmer

Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Office Location: S238, Engineering Bldg. 1
Phone: 713-743-6225   |   Fax: 713-743-4323
Email: jcpalmer [at] uh [dot] edu

Education: 

B.S., Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University (2006)
Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, North Carolina State University (2011)
Postdoctoral Fellow, Princeton University (2011-2014)

Courses: 

CHEE 3321 Analytical Methods (Fall 2014)

CHEE 3333 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (Fall 2015)

Awards & Honors: 

Regional Blavatnik Award for Young Scientists (in Chemistry), 2014
NSF East Asia and Pacific Summer Institute Fellow (Japan), 2008

Selected Publications

  1. J. C. Palmer and P. G. Debenedetti,

    “Recent Advances in Molecular Simulation: A Chemical Engineering Perspective,” AIChE Journal, 61, 370-383 [DOI]

    , 2015
  2. S. B. Kim, J. C. Palmer and P. G. Debenedetti,

    “A Computational Study of the Effect of Matrix Structural Order on Water Sorption by Trp-Cage Miniproteins,” Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 119, 1847-185 [DOI]

    , 2015
  3. J. C. Palmer, F. Martelli, Y. Liu, R. Car, A. Z. Panagiotopoulos and P. G. Debenedetti,

    “Metastable Liquid-Liquid Transition in a Molecular Model of Water,” Nature, 510, 385-388 [DOI]

    , 2014
  4. V. Holten, J. C. Palmer, P. H. Poole. P. G. Debenedetti and M. A. Anisimov,

    “Two-State Thermodynamic Model of the ST2 Model for Supercooled Water,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 140, 104502 [DOI]

    , 2014
  5. J. C. Palmer, R. Car and P. G. Debenedetti,

    “The Liquid-Liquid Transition in Supercooled ST2 Water:  A Comparison Between Umbrella Sampling and Well-Tempered Metadynamics,” Faraday Discussion, 167, 77-94 [DOI]

    , 2013
  6. S. O. Diallo, M. Jażdżewska, J. C. Palmer, E. Mamontov, K. E. Gubbins and M. Śliwińska-Bartkowiak,

    “Dynamics of Nanoconfined Water Under Pressure,” Physical Review E, 88, 022316 [DOI]

    , 2013
  7. Y. Long, J. C. Palmer, B. Coasne, M. M Śliwinska-Bartkowiak, G. Jackson, E. A. Müller and K. E. Gubbins,

    “On the Molecular Origin of High-Pressure Effects in Nanoconfinement: The Role of Surface Chemistry and Roughness,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 139, 144701[DOI]

    , 2013
  8. J. C. Palmer and K. E. Gubbins,

    “Atomistic Models for Disordered Nanoporous Carbons Using Reactive Force Fields,” Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 154, 24-37 [DOI]

    , 2012
  9. J. C. Palmer and P. G. Debenedetti,

    “Computer Simulation of Water Sorption on Flexible Protein Crystals,” Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 3, 2713-2718 [DOI]

    , 2012
  10. K. A. Phillips, J. C. Palmer and K. E. Gubbins,

    “Analysis of the Solvation Structure of Rubidium Bromide under Nanoconfinement,” Molecular Simulation, 38, 1209-1220 [DOI]

    , 2012
  11. M. Sliwinska-Bartkowiak, H. Drozdowski, M. Kempinski, M. Jazdzewska, Y. Long, J. C. Palmer, and K. E. Gubbins,

    “Structural Analysis of Water and Carbon Tetrachloride Adsorbed in Activated Carbon Fibres,” Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 14, 7145-7153 [DOI]

    , 2012
  12. Y. Liu, J. C. Palmer, A. Z. Panagiotopoulos and P. G. Debenedetti,

    “Liquid-Liquid Transition in ST2 Water,” Journal of Chemical Physics, 137, 214505 [DOI]

    , 2012
  13. Y. Long, J. C. Palmer, B. Coasne, M. Sliwinska-Bartkowiak and K. E. Gubbins,

    “Under Pressure: Quasi-High Pressure Effects in Nanopores,” Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 154, 19-23 [DOI]

    , 2012
  14. Y. Long, M. Śliwińska-Bartkowiak, H. Drozdowski, M. Kempiński, K. A. Phillips, J. C Palmer and K. E. Gubbins,

    “High Pressure Effect In Nanoporous Carbon Materials: Effects of Pore Geometry,” Colloids and Surfaces A, 437, 33-41 [DOI]

    , 2012
  15. J. C. Palmer, J. D. Moore, J. K. Brennan and K. E. Gubbins,

    “Simulating Local Adsorption Isotherms in Models of Complex Porous Materials: A Direct Assessment of the Slit Pore Model,” Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 2, 165-169 [DOI]

    , 2011
  16. J. C. Palmer, J. D. Moore, J. K. Brennan and K. E. Gubbins,

    “Adsorption and Diffusion of Argon in Disordered Nanoporous Carbons,” Adsorption, 17, 189-199 [DOI]

    , 2011
  17. J. C. Palmer, J. D. Moore, T. J. Roussel, J. K. Brennan and K. E. Gubbins,

    “Adsorptive Behavior of CO2, CH4 and Their Mixtures in Carbon Nanospace: A Molecular Simulation Study,” Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 13, 3985-3996 [DOI]

    , 2011
  18. K. E. Gubbins, Y-C Liu, J. D. Moore and J. C. Palmer,

    “The Role of Molecular Modeling in Confined Systems: Impacts and Prospects,” Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 13, 58-85 [DOI]

    , 2011
  19. Y. Long, J. C. Palmer, B. Coasne, M. Sliwinska-Bartkowiak and K. E. Gubbins,

    “Pressure Enhancement in Nanopores: A Major Confinement Effect,” Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 13, 17163-17170 [DOI]

    , 2011
  20. J. C. Palmer, A. Llobet, S-H Yeon, J. E. Fischer, Y. Shi, Y. Gogotsi and K. E. Gubbins,

    “Modeling the Structural Evolution of Carbide-Derived Carbons Using Quenched Molecular Dynamics,” Carbon, 48, 1116-1123 [DOI]

    , 2010
  21. J. D. Moore, J. C. Palmer, Y-C Liu, T. J. Roussel, J. K. Brennan and K. E. Gubbins,

    “Adsorption and Diffusion of Argon Confined in Ordered and Disordered Microporous Carbons,” Applied Surface Science, 256, pp. 5131-5136 [DOI]

    , 2010
  22. J. C. Palmer, J. K. Brennan, M. M. Hurley, A. Balboa and K. E. Gubbins,

    “Detailed Structural Models for Activated Carbons from Molecular Simulation,” Carbon, 47, 2904-2913 [DOI]

    , 2009
  23. J. C. Palmer, S. K. Jain, K. E. Gubbins, J. E. Fischer, R. Dash and Y. Gogotsi,

    “Hybrid Reverse Monte Carlo Simulations of Microporous Carbons,”, In: S. Kaskel, P. Llewellyn, F. Rodriguez-Reinoso and N. Seaton, eds., Characterization of Porous Solids VIII: Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on the Characterization of Porous Solids, Cambridge: RSC, 56-63

    , 2008