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Fighting Biofouling in Reverse Osmosis

Lincoln, NE – April 5, 2018 – Board of Regents, University of Nebraska announced today that it will receive $80,882 from the Nebraska Environmental Trust for the “Biocidal Treatment Module for Reverse Osmosis Membrane” project. The Trust Board announced funding for...

AIChE Spring meeting FL

Ellie presented her work titled "Optimal Reaction Design of Alkoxy Silane Copolymers using Design of Experiment Methods” in AIChE Spring meeting 2018

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WELCOME!

In our group we aim to understand polymeric materials properties at various length scales. By integrating polymeric materials within nanoscale metric porous matrices and characterize their performance, we set forth new ways to think about membrane design and fabrication for a variety of applications such as pervaporation, solvent filtration, water desalination and gas separation. We study interesting phenomena pivotal to fabrication of organized 3D matrices  and  for vacuum-based polymer synthesis. If keywords such as surface science, nanotechnology, transport phenomena, self-assembly, and stimuli-responsive functional polymers excite you, browse our page to learn more about our works and identify opportunities to work and collaborate with us.

For more information on Chemical Engineering at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, visit the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering’s Website.

WELCOME!

In our group we aim to understand polymeric materials properties at various length scales. By integrating polymeric materials within nanoscale metric porous matrices and characterize their performance, we set forth new ways to think about membrane design and fabrication for a variety of applications such as pervaporation, solvent filtration, water desalination and gas separation. We study interesting phenomena pivotal to fabrication of organized 3D matrices  and  for vacuum-based polymer synthesis. If keywords such as surface science, nanotechnology, transport phenomena, self-assembly, and stimuli-responsive functional polymers excite you, browse our page to learn more about our works and identify opportunities to work and collaborate with us.

For more information on Chemical Engineering at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, visit the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering’s Website.

November 2018

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
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  • Keyhan
  • Hiren
  • Shayan
  • Mahdi
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  • Veerababu, Research Overview
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  • Huddle up, Ellie
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  • Mehdi, Research progress
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  • Huddle Up, Mahdi
  • Shayan
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  • Abdullah and Shayan, Research Progress

Fighting Biofouling in Reverse Osmosis

Lincoln, NE – April 5, 2018 – Board of Regents, University of Nebraska announced today that it will receive $80,882 from the Nebraska Environmental Trust for the “Biocidal Treatment Module for Reverse Osmosis Membrane” project. The Trust Board announced funding for...

AIChE Spring meeting FL

Ellie presented her work titled "Optimal Reaction Design of Alkoxy Silane Copolymers using Design of Experiment Methods” in AIChE Spring meeting 2018

WELCOME!

In our group we aim to understand polymeric materials properties at various length scales. By integrating polymeric materials within nanoscale metric porous matrices and characterize their performance, we set forth new ways to think about membrane design and fabrication for a variety of applications such as pervaporation, solvent filtration, water desalination and gas separation. We study interesting phenomena pivotal to fabrication of organized 3D matrices  and  for vacuum-based polymer synthesis. If keywords such as surface science, nanotechnology, transport phenomena, self-assembly, and stimuli-responsive functional polymers excite you, browse our page to learn more about our works and identify opportunities to work and collaborate with us.

For more information on Chemical Engineering at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, visit the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering’s Website.

November 2018

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
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5
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  • Keyhan
  • Hiren
  • Shayan
  • Mahdi
13
14
15
16
  • Veerababu, Research Overview
17
18
19
  • Huddle up, Ellie
20
21
22
23
  • Mehdi, Research progress
24
25
26
  • Huddle Up, Mahdi
  • Shayan
27
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  • Abdullah and Shayan, Research Progress

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