Develops new electrochemical processes for applications including nano-material fabrication, energy storage, electrometallurgy and sensors
Develops separation materials and processes to benefit nuclear medicine, environmental protection, and nuclear waste recycling and remediation.
Develops novel polymeric materials and ultrasonic-based separation processes for nano- and microscale multi-phase systems
Designs and studies ionic liquid and eutectic solvents for applications in separations, carbon dioxide capture and electrochemical conversion, and energy storage
Develops first-principles molecular-scale theories of chemical processes and materials properties
Develops diamond electrodes for electrochemical and neural device applications
Develops biomolecular platforms to control solid-liquid interfaces and enable a new generation of advanced technologies
Develops high-performance electrochemical energy conversion and storage technologies through fundamental and applied studies of interfacial and transport processes
Develops novel electrochemical systems for grid-level energy conversion and storage
Develops computational models of interfacial chemical reactions relevant to applications in catalysis and energy storage
We're focused on colloids that are anisotropic, away from equilibrium, or in crowded environments, all of which are relevant to coatings, the production of multiphase materials, and the understanding of synthetic and biological active colloids.
Designs advanced electrochemical systems and processes
Develops chemical and biomedical sensors for single-use, cost-effective measurements
Manages administrative support for the academic and research operations for the departments of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Macromolecular Science and Engineering, and Materials Science and Engineering.
Develops, implements and manages procedures for the administration and operation of the Office of the Chair for the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.