Hannah Violet Eshelman


Portrait of  Hannah Violet Eshelman
  • Title
    Materials Scientist
  • Email
  • Phone
    (925) 422-4270
  • Organization
    Not Available

As part of my M.S. in Chemistry, I completed a 9 month internship at LLNL where I worked on creating additively manufactured porous ceramics using microstereolithography as well as porous ceramic membranes for an anion exchange fuel cell. Since starting as a staff scientist at LLNL, I’ve worked on a variety of projects, including solution state and solid state NMR, electrochemistry, materials aging, and material development for carbon capture and radiative cooling.

M.S. Chemistry, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, 2019

B.S. Chemistry, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA, 2018

  1. Batista, M. D. R.; Troksa, A.; Eshelman, H.; Bagge-Hansen, M.; Roehling, J. All-day passive radiative cooling using common salts. Materials Horizons, accepted.
  2. Hunter-Sellars, E.; Eshelman, H.V.; Kerr, J. D.; Pollard, Z. A.; Sakwa-Novak, M. A.; Pang, S. H. Proton NMR Relaxometry as a Rapid and Non-Destructive Technique for Probing Degradation of Supported Poly(ethylenimine) for CO2 Direct Air Capture. ChemRXiv, 2023. 10.26434/chemrxiv-2023-hpssl
  3. Li, S.; Ceron, M. R.; Eshelman, H. V.; Varni, A. J.; Maiti, A.; Akhade, S.; Pang, S. H. Probing the Kinetic Origin of Varying Oxidative Stability of Ethyl- vs. Propyl-spaced Amines for Direct Air Capture. ChemSusChem, 2023. 10.1002/cssc.202201908
  4. Troksa, A. L.; Eshelman, H. V.; Chandrasekaran, S.; Rodriguez, N.; Ruelas, S.; Duoss, E. B.; Kelly, J. P.; Ceron, M. R.; Campbell, P. G. 3D-printed nanoporous ceramics: Tunable feedstock for direct ink write and projection microstereolithography. Mater. Des., 2021. 10.1016/j.matdes.2020.109337
  5. Ginzburg, A. L.; Check, C. E.; Hovekamp, D. P.; Sillin, A. N.; Brett, J.; Eshelman, H.; Hutchison, J. E. Experiential Learning to Promote Systems Thinking in Chemistry: Evaluating and Designing Sustainable Products in a Polymer Immersion Lab. J. Chem. Educ. 2019. 10.1021/acs.jchemed.9b00336