Frederic A Perras

Adjunct Associate Professor

Frédéric A. Perras completed his BSc (2010) and PhD (2015) in Chemistry at the University of Ottawa working with Prof. David. L. Bryce. He then moved to Ames National Laboratory to work with Prof. Marek Pruski as a Spedding, and later Banting, postdoctoral fellow. He was hired as an Ames National Laboratory Scientist II in 2019, and was promoted to Scientist III in 2022. Since 2021, he is the group leader for the Ames National Laboratory CBS Solid-State NMR research group. Since 2023 he holds an adjunct associate professor position at Iowa State University. He is the recipient of the Raymond Andrew prize, the IUPAC-Solvay International Award for Young Chemists, and a DOE Early career award. His research focuses on the development of new solid-state NMR methods with an emphasis on their applications to understanding heterogeneous catalytic processes.

Ames Laboratory Of US DOE, Chemistry
Area of Expertise: 
Solid-state NMR
Chemistry, BSc and PhD,University of Ottawa
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