Total mentored projects: 11
Designing a process to break down plastic will help it be upcycled into useful products.
Studying the effectiveness of nanozeolites for the removal of CO2 from ambient air at varying relative humidities can provide a solution to reduce pollution in commercial and residential spaces.
Studying the adsorption performance of algae-derived carbon adsorbents will provide another way to reduce carbon emissions.
Breaking down waste plastic into chemical components that can be recycled will help create a circular lifestyle for plastic materials.
Analyzing breakthrough behavior of zeolite pellets will determine the ideal relative humidly to perform carbon capture
Using algae-derived activated carbon to remove copper from wastewater can lead to a more sustainable, low-cost method of treatment.
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.