Jessica Schiffman Receives NSF Grant for the Sustainable Manufacture of Polymer Membranes for Water Purification
Schiffman will use NSF grant funds to produce polymer membranes through a sustainable manufacturing process that for the first time is free from toxic solvents.
NSF-BSF grant supports research into revolutionary catalysts that can play a key function in a sustainable chemical industry that minimizes carbon emissions.
The teams will receive seed grants and abundant logistical aid from the ADVANCE program to help them apply for external support based on their funded research.
List of “Highly Cited Researchers” places Wu and Xia among global researchers “who have demonstrated exceptional influence through their published papers.”
Wei Fan Works on Research Team Developing Pioneering Catalysts for Producing Carbon-neutral Biofuels
The research of Fan and colleagues on how zeolite crystals form “is critical for learning how to make the materials of the future for combating climate change.”
Cornelison, Gao, Jiménez, and Kulkarni become UMass ADVANCE Fellows working to improve the equity, inclusion, and success of faculty members in engineering.
Two Research Experience for Undergraduates ran at UMass Engineering over the summer of 2022 and a third has recently been approved for NSF funding.
Beginning in September of 2022, 8 skilled academics are arriving on campus to strengthen the exceptional faculty at the College of Engineering.
Hung is developing a non-toxic manufacturing process for separation membranes that can be used in everything from water purification to kidney dialysis.
Jessica Schiffman of the Chemical Engineering Department has been named the first recipient of the Gary Lapidus Faculty Fellowship in Chemical Engineering.