Andrew Allman receives NSF CAREER Award for an objective reduction framework for sustainable process systems.
Andrew Allman receives NSF CAREER Award
Joerg Lahann honored as AAAS Fellow
Joerg Lahann honored by AAAS for distinguished contributions to the field of polymeric materials engineering, including biointerfaces prepared using chemical vapor polymerization.
Nirala Singh receives NSF CAREER Award
Nirala Singh receives National Science Foundation CAREER Award to further understanding of electrocatalysis and nitrate reduction for a more sustainable future.
Bryan Goldsmith receives NSF CAREER Award
Bryan Goldsmith receives National Science Foundation CAREER Award to enhance the conversion of nitrate into valuable ammonia for waste management across industry, food and water systems.
Harsh Patel receives AMTA and Bureau of Reclamation Fellowship for Membrane Technology
PhD student, Harsh Patel receives Fellowship for Membrane Technology to investigate reducing the cost, energy usage and environmental impacts in water treatment and desalination.
‘I’m supposed to be here’
PhD student José Carlos Díaz shares his remarkable path from Cuba to chemical engineering at U-M.
The power of collaboration: Encouraging students to explore STEM
A potato battery experiment encourages students to explore their potential in STEM and learn about engineering’s role in building a more sustainable future.
Unique thermophotovoltaic property could be used to improve power generation
A recent study led by Michigan Chemical Engineering PhD student Bosun Roy-Layinde and recent graduate Tobias Burger shows that TPV conversion could be improved at lower temperatures with the use of waste, solar and nuclear heat.
“Transformer” pinwheels offer new twist on nano-engineered materials
Producing chirality, a property found throughout nature, through large-scale self-assembly could lead to applications in sensing, machine perception and more.
Understanding a cerium quirk could help advance grid-scale energy storage
It turns out cerium flow batteries lose voltage when electrolyte molecules siphon off energy to form different complexes around the metal.
NOBCChE recognizes PhD student James Akinola
Chemical Engineering PhD student, James Akinola received the overall best graduate student poster presentation at the 49th annual National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers conference.
Two Chemical Engineering PhD students honored by Michigan Catalysis Society
Rawan Almallahi and Cameron Gruich received outstanding student presentation awards at the Michigan Catalysis Society Symposium.
Alum Eranda Nikolla returns to U-M as Professor of Chemical Engineering
Nikolla’s research will expand upon the idea of developing efficient chemical and energy conversion and storage processes through heterogeneous catalyst design to minimize environmental impact.
Suljo Linic receives American Chemical Society Gabor A. Somorjai Award for Creative Research in Catalysis
Department of Chemical Engineering professor, Suljo Linic, honored by the American Chemical Society for Creative Research in Catalysis.
Chem-E-Car Competition team heads to nationals after third place finish at regionals
The U-M Chem-E-Car team placed third in the American Institute of Chemical Engineer’s regional competition in April after a turbulent path to the competition. This November, the team will move on to the national competition in Phoenix.
New funding supports development of novel membranes for treatment of brine waste via electrodialysis
U-M ChE Assistant Professor Jovan Kamcev receives funding from the Bureau of Reclamation Desalination and Water Purification Program to develop novel membranes to treat brine waste produced in desalination plants.
Rebecca Lindsey joins Michigan Chemical Engineering
New Assistant Professor Rebecca Lindsey’s work will focus on chemistry in multiscaled systems and material evolution under extreme and dynamically changing conditions.
Behind the Paper: Structure-color to control heat flow at high temperatures
This PhD student blog post explores heat-resistant nanostructures leveraging structure-color effects that could be used to turn heat into electricity.
Heat-resistant nanophotonic material could help turn heat into electricity
The key to beating the heat is degrading the materials in advance.
Mitigating Carbon Dioxide and Nitrate Emissions Using Renewable Energy
Testing a novel chemical process that could simultaneously reduce emissions and remediate pollutants.