Our proposal to the USBR DWPR program was funded to make and test various membranes for pervaporative desalination of inland brackish water. We will collaborate with Profs. Perrault and Lind at ASU as well as […]
Alexis’ paper on silica nanoparticle-loaded PEG networks was accepted for publication in I&ECR. This work includes a collaboration with researchers at the Army Research Laboratory at Aberdeen Proving Ground. Also, this paper will be highlighted […]
We will purchase a cryo-ultramicrotome with the funds received through the 2019 DURIP to expand the material preparation capabilities at ASU. This will extend access to the incredible microscopy facilities at ASU to soft materials, composites, […]
We will collaborate with Klaus Lackner (ASU), Rob Stirling (ASU), and Benny Freeman (UT-Austin) to develop new polymer materials that can be processed into large surface area membranes and capture carbon dioxide from the air! […]
Undergraduate researcher Alexis Hocken has been selected to participate in the 2019 DAAD Research Internships in Science and Engineering (RISE) program this summer. She will be off to Jena, Germany. Congratulations!!
ASU Engineering recently wrote an article for Full Circle to highlight our work as part of the NASA Early Career Faculty Award to make new and improved CO2 removal systems to enable deep space missions.
In collaboration with Prof. Reza Montazami at Iowa State University and Prof. Lisa Hall at Ohio State University, our team’s proposal titled, “Design, Synthesis, and Characterization of Phase Change Materials Based on Nanoparticle-doped Block Ionene […]