ChemE welcomes seven new PhD students

We are delighted to formally welcome the following students into the PhD program in the Department of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry. All of these students successfully passed the PhD Qualifying Exam and reflect the excellence and diversity of research in our Department:

 

 

""William Broomhead

Supervisor: Professor Cathy Chin

Thesis: Mechanistic Framework and Site Requirements for Selective Methanol Oxidation on Mixed Metal Oxide Catalysts

 

 


""Daniela Isaacs-Bernal

Supervisor: Professor Molly Shoichet

Thesis: Controlling Stability of Macromolecule Therapeutics to Enhance Delivery

 

 

 


Adrian Philip Lambert

Supervisor: Professor Gisele Azimi

Thesis: Developing a Supercritical Fluid Extraction Process for Recovery of Rare Earth Elements from Primary Resources


""Sicheng Li

Supervisor: Professor Gisele Azimi

Thesis: Extraction of Rare Earth Elements from Phosphogypsum Using Mineral Acids or Carbon Dioxide as the Solvent

 

 


Jaesuk Paeng

Supervisor: Professor Gisele Azimi

Thesis: Electrorefining for Steelmaking: A Breakthrough Solution for End-of-Life Steel Recycling


Heping (Leo) Shen

Supervisor: Professor Vladimiros Papangelakis

Thesis: Treatment of Pyrrhotite Tailings: Abiotic Ferric Leaching and Biotic Ferric Regeneration in a CSTR System

 

 


Yijia Wang

Supervisor: Professor Gisele Azimi

Thesis: Development of an Atmospheric Stable Rechargeable Aluminum-ion Battery


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