Office: ES&T 2366
What is your favorite animal? Hippos
Favorite hobbies? Drumming and going to concerts
B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Co-advised by Professor Jones and Professor Lively
Engineering “porous liquids” for acid gas removal from industrial gases
The goal is to engineer liquids from molecules that have cages or “intrinsic porosity” for acid gas removal in an industrial context. The resulting porous liquids should be easy to integrate into existing separation units. Separation and purification of chemicals with porous liquids has the potential to be a cheap alternative to thermally driven separation units.