Andrew Bocarsly received his Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry and physics from UCLA in 1976, and his Ph.D. in chemistry from M.I.T. in 1980. He has been a member of the Princeton University, Chemistry Department for more than forty years. Professor Bocarsly has published over 250 papers and patents. Research in his laboratory is focused on electrochemistry and photochemistry for the conversion of carbon dioxide to fuels and feedstocks. Professor Bocarsly has been a faculty advisor in Mathey College for over twenty years. He teaches in the General Chemistry program (CHM 207 and CHM 202).
Research interests: CO2 chemistry (make it into something useful), solar fuels, materials chemistry
Residential College: Mathey