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Dr. Muthanna H. Al-Dahhan
Dr. Daniel Forciniti
Left: AFM micrograph of amyloid fibrils form - amyloid - β42 peptide.
Right: Crystalline structure of γb crystalline from calf eye lens
(Najmudin et al., Acta Crystallographica Section D, 49:223-233 (1993)).
Dr. Xinhua Liang
Left: ALD deposited Pt nanoparticles on multi-walled carbon nanotubes.
Right: ALD deposited Pt nanoparticles on alumina.
Dr. Athanasios I. Liapis
Dr. Douglas K. Ludlow
Left: Pore structure in a granular activated carbon (Nuchar 90) made from wood.
Right: Pore structure in granular activated carbon (Calgon F400) made from
Dr. Parthasakha Neogi
Left: Scanning electron microscope image of the edge of a drop of polymer melt
spreading on mica. Remnants of a thin precursor film shattered during the
freezing stage, can be observed.
Right: A drop of polymer in a solution has spread. The photograph (by Dr. Wang)
shows the drop where all the solvent has evaporated.
Dr. Joontaek Park
Left: Manipulation of the inhomogeneous flow field to induce the shape dependent
diffusivities for nanoparticle shape separation using Flow-Field-Flow Fractionation
(top) and Shear-Field-Flow Fractionation (bottom).
Right: Snapshots from an experiment of a sedimenting cloud of rigid rods (left)
and a corresponding simulation (right).
Dr. Oliver C. Sitton
Dr. Joseph D. Smith
¦ Hybrid system uses less carbon resource
¦ Gasifier produces CO2 for HTCE and Syngas for FT Reactor
¦ Sulfur, Urea by-products
¦ Ultra low emissions (NOx, CO, PM, Hg)
Dr. Jee-Ching Wang