Fourth through sixth grade students participated in a filtration experiment led by the Kamcev Lab to learn about how scientists and engineers aim to solve the looming global water crisis.
Demonstrating the importance of water filtration and conservation
New funding will advance desalination and water reuse technologies across the U.S.
Jovan Kamcev receives funding as one of 12 projects selected by the Department of Energy to improve the energy efficiency of desalination and water reuse technologies across the country.
Student-led initiative tests a solar-powered refrigerator in rural communities
Creating a sustainable solution to increase vaccine accessibility.
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.
Academic-industrial partnership to develop new technology for boron removal from contaminated waters￼
Jovan Kamcev, U-M ChE assistant professor, was recently awarded funding from the National Alliance for Water Innovation (NAWI) for a collaborative project between University of Michigan, Yale University, and Magna Imperio Systems.
Jovan Kamcev receives NAMS Young Membrane Scientist Award
U-M ChE Assistant Professor Jovan Kamcev has received a Young Membrane Scientist Award from the North American Membrane Society (NAMS) for research into developing next-generation membranes for brine concentration via electrodialysis.
Jovan Kamcev receives DOE Early Career Award
Kamcev is one of only 51 researchers from U.S. universities to receive the award this year.