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Pictured: (from left) Dr. Sholl, Dr. Jones and Dr. Nair
Michigan Technological University
Department Chair, Chemical Engineering
Professor, Chemical Engineering
Sample Collaboration: S. Mahamulkar, K. Yin, M. Taborga Claure, R. J. Davis, L. Li, H. Shibata, A. Malek, C. W. Jones, P. K. Agrawal, “ Thermally Stable α-Alumina Supported Ceria for Coking Resistance and Oxidation of Radical Coke Generated In-situ.” Fuel (2018) 218, 357-365..
Professor, James F. Simmons Faculty Fellow and Associate Chair for Industry Outreach at the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Research Topics: nanoporous materials, membrane engineering, separations, catalysis
Sample Collaboration: F. Rashidi, J. Leisen, S.-J. Kim, A. A. Rownaghi, C. W. Jones, S. Nair,” All-Nanoporous Hybrid Membranes: Redefining Upper Limits on Molecular Separation Properties.” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. (2018) 58, 236-239.
Professor, Roberto C. Goizueta Chair for Excellence in Chemical Engineering, and GRA Eminent Scholar in Membranes at the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Research Topics: membrane & sorbents
Sample Collaboration: G. Chen, W. J. Koros, C. W. Jones, “Hybrid Polymer/UiO-66(Zr) and Polymer/NaY Fiber Sorbents for Mercaptan Removal from Natural Gas” ACS Applied Mat. & Inter. (2016) 8, 9700-9709.
Professor and David Wang Sr. Fellow at the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Research Topics: process design, simulation, and scheduling
Sample Collaboration: A. Sinha, L. Darunte, C. W. Jones, M. J. Realff, Y. Kawajiri, “Systems Design and Economic Analysis of Direct Air Capture of CO2 through Temperature Vacuum Swing Adsorption using MIL-101(Cr)-PEI-800 and mmen-Mg2(dobpdc) MOF Adsorbents” Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. (2017) 56, 750-764.
School Chair, John F. Brock III School Chair at the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Research Topics: atomistic simulations on adsorption, kinetic separations, heterogenous catalysis
Sample Collaboration: Y. Liu, G. Zhu, W. You, H. Tang, C. W. Jones, R. P. Lively, D. S. Sholl,” In silico Prediction of Structural Properties of Racemic Porous Organic Cage Crystals.” J. Phys. Chem. C (2019) 17, 2320-2329.
Associate Professor at the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Research Topics: heterogeneous catalysis, reactor design, applied spectroscopy, and characterization and synthesis of solid materials
Sample Collaboration: G. S. Foo, J. J. Lee, C.-H. Chen, S. E. Hayes, C. Sievers, C. W. Jones, “Elucidation of Surface Species via In-Situ FTIR Spectroscopy of CO2 Adsorption on Amine-Grafted SBA-15.” ChemSusChem (2017) 10, 266-276.
Professor and Marvin R. McClatchey and Ruth McClatchey Cline Faculty Fellow at the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Research Topics: adsorption separations, air purification, gas storage, chemical sensing, and catalysis
Sample Collaboration: J. Joshi, G. Zhu, J. Lee, E. Carter, C. W. Jones, R. P. Lively, K. S. Walton, “Probing Metal-Organic Framework Design for Adsorptive Natural Gas Purification.” Langmuir (2018) 34, 8443-8450.
Associate Profesor at the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Research Topics: bridging the gap between nanoporous materials synthesis and scalable advanced separation devices
Sample Collaboration: A. R. Sujan, S. H. Pang, G. Zhu, C. W. Jones, R. P. Lively,” Direct CO2 Capture from Air Using Poly(ethyleneimine) Loaded Polymer/Silica Fiber Sorbents.” ACS Sustain. Chem. Eng. (2019) 7, 5264-5273.
Associate Professor at the School of Materials Science and Engineering
Research Topics: computations and theories to characterize and design nanoscale systems based on the molecular architecture-property relationship
Sample Collaboration: K. C. Kim, E. G. Moschetta, C. W. Jones, S. S. Jang “Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Aldol Condensation Catalyzed by Alkylamine-Functionalized Crystalline Silica Surfaces.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. (2016) 138, 7664−7672.
Associate Professor at the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Research Topics: Lewis acid catalysts in organic synthesis
Earnest Jackson Oglesby Professor at University of Virginia, Department of Chemical Engineering
Research Topics: acid-base catalysis, catalysis of biorenewables, carbon oxidation
Asa Griggs Candler Professor/Director of Graduate Studies at Emory University, Department of Chemistry
Research Topics: asymmetric synthesis and catalysis
Professor at New York University, Department of Chemistry
Research Topics: organic light-emitting diodes, viscoelastic solids, drug delivery and tissue engineering
Professor at Washington University in St. Louis, Department of Chemistry
Research Topics: semiconductors and other optically and electronically active materials
Professor at Osaka University, Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Research Topics: catalysis, photocatalysis, photochemistry, zeolite science, carbon materials, XAFS
Professor at the Scripps Research Institute, Department of Chemistry
Research Topics: C-H activation, sustainable catalysis, asymmetric catalysis and synthetic applications