- Program Year: 2
- Academic Institution: Arizona State University
- Field of Study: Chemical Engineering
- Academic Advisor: Christopher Muhich
- Practicum(s): Practicum Not Yet Completed
B.S.E Chemical Engineering, Arizona State, 2020
PublicationsS.A. Wilson, E.B. Stechel, C.L. Muhich, Overcoming significant challenges in extracting off-stoichiometric thermodynamics using the compound energy formalism through complementary use of experimental and first principles data: A case study of Ba1-xSrxFeO3-δ, Solid State Ionics 390 (2023) 116115.
S.A. Wilson, C.L. Muhich, Fast identification, and construction of adsorbate-adsorbent geometries for high throughput computational applications: The Automatic Surface Adsorbate Structure Provider (ASAP) algorithm, Computational and Theoretical Chemistry 1216 (2022) 113830.
S.A. Wilson, E.B. Stechel, I. Ermanoski, C.L. Muhich, Substituted ALPO-5 Zeolites as Promising O2 Sorption Pump Materials: A Density Functional Theory Study, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 125(2) (2021) 1269-1281.
D. Arifin, A. Ambrosini, S.A. Wilson, B. Mandal, C.L. Muhich, A.W. Weimer, Investigation of Zr, Gd/Zr, and Pr/Zr – doped ceria for the redox splitting of water, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 45(1) (2020) 160-174.
Awards2020 Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering and the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy Dean's Fellowship
2020 Graduate College Online/Remote Travel Award (SESC20-2nd Solar Energy Systems Conference)
2020 ASU Chemical Engineering Graduation with Honors - Magna Cum Laude
2020 ASU Chemical Engineering Student Awards for Excellence in Research and Teaching Outstanding UGTA
2017,2018,2019,2020 - Dean's List, Arizona State University.
2006 - 2017 Of the several awards earned during military service my highest ranking was the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal. This award is presented to Sailors and Marines who have shown a constitute and definite contribution to the Naval Service, such as an invention, or improvement in design, procedure, or organization. As well as performance above that usually expected of an individual commensurate with his or her grade or rate, and above that degree of excellence which can be appropriately reflected in the individual's fitness report, performance evaluations or personnel records.