The following agencies are currently supporting projects in the Henkelman group.

National Science Foundation
CAS: Fundamental Experimental-Theoretical Investigations of New Metal Alloy Nanocatalysts for Natural Gas Repurposing,
12/2021 - 21/2024, CHE-2109120, PI: Simon Humphrey
National Science Foundation
Computational methods for modeling reaction dynamics in batteries and catalysts,
07/2021 - 07/2024, CHE-2102317.
Welch Foundation
Design of Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage,
06/2020 - 06/2023, F-1841.
National Science Foundation
Electrocatalytic Studies at Single, Structurally Well-defined Nanoparticles,
09/2019 - 08/2022, CHE-1855980, PI: Prof. Richard Crooks
Department of Energy
Testing the Predictive Power of Theory for Determining the Effect of Support Interactions on Electrocatalytic Nanoparticles,
09/2019 - 09/2022, DE-SC0010576, PI: Prof. Richard Crooks.
National Science Foundation
SusChEM: Non-precious metal substitution into hydrogenation metal alloy catalysts deposited onto redox active supports for facile nitrate destruction in drinking water,
09/2019 - 08/2022, CBET-1922504, PI: Prof. Charles Werth
National Science Foundation
Bifunctional Catalysts for Selective Hydrogenation of Biomass Derivatives: Furfural Hydrogenation over Pt-Sn Supported on Titania,
09/2018 - 08/2022, CHE-1764164, PI: Prof. Donna Chen
Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment
Computational Time to Support NSF Projects,
04/2019 - present.
National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center
Computational Time to Support DOE Projects,
06/2009 - present.
Texas Advanced Computing Center
Computational Time,
06/2004 - present.