Using algae-derived activated carbon to remove copper from wastewater can lead to a more sustainable, low-cost method of treatment.
Shuguang Deng is a professor in the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy. Professor Deng’s research interests include adsorbents, catalysts and membranes for sustainable energy and clean water applications.
Total projects: 5
Producing biofuel from algae and salicornia will produce an environmentally friendly fuel that will help reduce overall carbon emissions.
Studying hydrothermal liquefaction on salicornia plant material will determine its potential as a method for producing biofuels.