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June 22, 2018

Dr. Rajamani Gounder receives DOE Early Career Research Program funding

Dr. Rajamani Gounder, the Larry and Virginia Faith Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering, is one of 84 scientists from across the United States to receive significant funding for research as part of the Department of Energy Office of Science's Early Career Research Program. Gounder was selected for his research proposal, Dynamic Multinuclear Active Sites Formed from Mobilized Single Atoms on Heterogeneous Supports for Selective Oxidation Catalysis.
June 21, 2018

Dr. Vilas Pol leads $2M Office of Naval Research project on Li-ion battery safety

Fundamental Purdue research on making batteries safer has been targeted by the U.S. Office of Naval Research for translation into prototypes of larger batteries used in technologies such as submarines and naval missile systems. Davidson School of Chemical Engineering's Dr. Vilas Pol is the lead P.I. of the prototype development process, which is supported by a $2M grant for three years. The research is a team effort across Purdue Chemical Engineering, Aeronautics and Astronautics and Mechanical Engineering, as well as two research centers in Indiana: the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division and the Battery Innovation Center.
June 8, 2018

Chemical Engineering researchers receive NSF funding to investigate potassium ion battery safety

A team of Purdue Chemical Engineering researchers has been awarded funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to evaluate and improve the safety-related characteristics of potassium-ion batteries (KIBs). Dr. Vilas Pol, associate professor of Chemical Engineering, and Dr. Arvind Varma, the R. Games Slayter Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering, will receive $346,000/3y starting in June 2018 for their proposal, “Mechanistic Elucidation of Thermal Runaway in Potassium-Ion Batteries.”
June 1, 2018

ChE's Dr. Ramkrishna gives keynote address at 6th International Conference on Population Balance Modelling

Dr. Doraiswami Ramkrishna, the Harry Creighton Peffer Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering, delivered the first keynote address at the 6th International Conference on Population Balance Modelling (PBM 2018) on May 7 in Ghent, Belgium. His presentation, "Population Balance Modeling, Opportunities in Biological Sciences," explored biological phenomena that need the application of the population balance perspective, particularly signaling processes which represent the underpinning of quorum sensing, differentiation into various cell types, and other areas of potential application.
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