The Chaplin group has been awarded a $200,000 grant, in collaboration with Amisha Shah (Purdue University), from SERDP to investigate the electrochemical oxidation of PFASs in contaminated groundwater.
ChE Assistant Professor Brian Chaplin was awarded a new NSF-grant entitled “Multifunctional Electro-reactive Membranes for Efficient Biomass Separation”. The grant is for $160,000 with an effective start date of 9/1/2016. Abstract: […]
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Prof. Brian Chaplin’s review article entitled: Critical review of electrochemical advanced oxidation processes for water treatment applications, was featured in Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts 2014 Most Accessed Articles Collection. This […]
On August 27th, Prof. Chaplin and other professors will introduce their research in the new student orientation. In his presentation, he will talk about the ongoing research and possible take-in […]
Pralay presented his recent research “Electrochemical sensing of ciprofloxacin by modified CNT/BDD electrode” at ACS annual meeting in Boston. His presentation was scheduled at August 17th 2015. His presentation slide […]
Yin made his Ph.D. preliminary exam on August 14th, 2015. The topic he presented in the prelim is “advanced electrochemical characterization techniques applied to the study of a substoichiometric TiO2 […]