Garrett Mitchell

Graduate Research Assistant

Advised by Professor Fabio Ribeiro

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Background

Education

California State Polytechnic University, Pomona , Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering (2015)
Purdue University, Ph.D. Chemical Engineering (2015 - present)

Experience

  • University of North Dakota, REU student (Summer 2014)

Awards

  • Andrews Fellowship (2015)
  • Kellogg Honors College (2011-2015)
  • Summa Cum Laude (2015)

About Me

I was raised in Buena Park, CA and I obtained my B.S. in Chemical Engineering at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona in 2015. I started attending Purdue in August of 2015. For my senior project for my B.S. degree, I investigated Colloid Coagulation with IET equations alongside Dr. Lloyd Lee. For my Honors Capstone, I Investigated maximum heat capacity behavior with relation to density for a Lennard-Jones fluid also alongside Dr. Lloyd Lee. I hope to use my education at Purdue in the field of catalysis to become a better researcher and also a better person overall. My hobbies include scuba diving, singing and hiking.

Project Description

My research involves studying the partial oxidation of propylene by O2 and H2 over Au/TiO2 catalysts.