Abby, Ana, and Tao successfully graduated this year. Congratulations!
Kyoungjin and Mengyao presented their posters in North American Membrane Society (NAMS) in Boise, ID.
CEC group had a party to celebrate the graduation of Abby, Ana, and Tao. Congratulations!
CEC group participated in the 11th International Conference on the Fundamentals of Adsorption. Jen, Erik and Jiajun gave presentations on the group's recent research work on CO2 adsorption.
Congratulations on Kyoungjin on winning the 3rd place at the 10th Annual Stanford School of Earth Sciences Research Review in the Poster Presentation division on April 12, 2013 in Stanford's Y2E2 Building. Her winning poster "Nitrogen separation via Group V metal and metal alloy membranes for post-combustion carbon capture" was chosen from 21 entries of PhD, MS and undergraduate students from School of Earth Sciences. Congratulations Kyoungjin!
Congratulations to Mahnaz on her recent publication in the Journal of Chemical Physics.
M. Firouzi, and J. Wilcox, “Slippage and Viscosity Predictions in Carbon Micropores and their Influence on CO2 and CH4 Transport ” Journal of Chemical Physics 138, 064705 (2013).
A book review for Carbon Capture is available!
Book review on Carbon Capture (Jennifer Wilcox, Springer Science + Business Media, LLC, New York, NY, USA, 2012), International Journal of Coal Geology, In press.
Graduate students Jiajun He and Kyoungjin Lee recently presented their research on "Characterization and CO2 Sorption Properties of Materials for CCS Applications" and "Investigation of Catalytic Mercury Oxidation Kinetics on Supported Gold" at the 29th annual International Pittsburgh Coal Conference in Pittsburgh, PA.
Mahnaz is awarded the SUPD Postdoc Research Award at the 2nd Annual SUPD Research Symposium. Congratulations! 2nd Annual SUPD Research Symposium,Sept. 20th, 2012
Congratulations to Abby on her recent publication in Energy and Environmental Science.
A. Kirchofer, A. Brandt, S. Krevor, V. Priqiobbe, J. Wilcox, Impact of alkalinity sources on the life-cycle energy efficiency of mineral carbonation technologies, Energy and Environmental Science, 5, 8631-8641 (2012)
Congratulations to Yangyang, Ni and Ekin for their graduation!
Congratulations to Ekin on winning the 2nd place at the student poster competition at the 22nd Annual Meeting of North American Membrane Society (NAMS) held in New Orleans, LA on June 11, 2012. Her winning poster "Nitrogen-Selective Membranes for Carbon Capture Applications" was chosen from 50 entries in the Gas Separations division. NAMS awards program is designed to encourage and support outstanding individuals that have made significant contributions to the advancement of membrane technology.
Congratulations to Mahnaz on her recent publication in Microporous and Mesoporous Materials.
M. Firouzi, and J. Wilcox, “Molecular Modeling of Carbon Dioxide Transport and Storage in Porous Carbon-Based Materials” Journal of Microporous & Mesoporous Materials 158, 195-203 (2012).
Jen finishes her book on Carbon Capture, coming out in March 2012
Wilcox, J. Carbon Capture, Springer Publishing, to appear in March 2012, In Production
Congratulations to the CEC team for their recent mercury review publication in the International Journal of Coal Geology.
J. Wilcox, E. Rupp, S.C. Ying, D.H. Lim, A.S. Negreira, A. Kirchofer, F. Feng, K. Lee, Mercury adsorption and oxidation in coal combustion and gasification processes, invited review to International Journal of Coal Geology, 90-91, 4-20 (2012)
Congratulations to Yangyang on her recent publication in the Environmental Science and Technology journal.
Y. Liu, J. Wilcox, Effects of Surface Heterogeneity on the Adsorption of CO2 in Microporous Carbons, Environ. Sci. Technol., 46, 1940-1947 (2012)
Jen gives a 6-day workshop on CCS at Chulalongkorn University.
Congratulations to Dong-Hee on his recent two publications in the Journal of Physical Chemistry C.
D.-H. Lim, J. Wilcox, Mechanisms of the Oxygen Reduction Reaction on Defective Graphene-Supported Pt Nanoparticles from First-Principles, J. Phys. Chem. C, 116, 3653-3660 (2012)
D.-H. Lim, J. Wilcox, DFT-based Study on Oxygen Adsorption on Defective Graphene-Supported Pt Nanoparticles, J. Phys. Chem. C, 115, 22742-22747 (2011)
CEC in the Stanford Report: Scrub carbon dioxide directly from the atmosphere? Too expensive, says Stanford researcher, Jennifer Wilcox. Better to start with the smokestacks of coal-burning power plants.
Clean Energy Conversion Group Supports the inaugural Half Moon Bay marathon by volunteering at the Poplar Aid Station.
Welcome new group members, Erik Rupp (Research Associate), Jiajun He (PhD candidate), Kyoungjin Lee (PhD candidate), Feng Feng (MS candidate), and Tao Narakornpijit (MS candidate). The CEC had four graduates in June 2011 and these four additions in September 2011.
Congratulations to Bihter Padak on her recent tenure-track faculty position in the Chemical Engineering Department at the University of South Carolina.
July 26th, 2011, Mahnaz delivers Elena!
Congratulations to Keith Mosher, Bihter Padak, Erdem Sasmaz, and Ondra Sestak on completing their graduate degrees in the Energy Resources Engineering Department.
Jen was a co-author of a 2-year effort led by Rob Socolow (Princeton) and Mike Desmond (BP) and directed by the American Physical Society to assess the feasibility of direct air capture of CO2 by chemicals. The final report can be accessed here.
Congratulations to Bihter Padak for receiving the Lieberman Fellowship to support her final year in her PhD. The Gerald J. Lieberman Fellowships were established in 1993 to honor Stanford Professor and Provost Gerald Lieberman for his many years of distinguished service to the University. Designed to support the next generation of academic leaders across a broad array of disciplines, the Lieberman Fellowships are awarded to advanced doctoral students nominated by each school's Dean. The honorees intend to pursue careers in university teaching and research and have demonstrated potential for leadership roles within the academic community.
Congratulations to Yangyang Liu, Ekin Ozdogan, Panathita Rochana, and Ana Suarez for their recent publications in Environmental Science & Technology, J. Physical Chemistry B, Surface Science, and Physical Review B, respectively.
Graduate students Erdem Sasmaz and Keith Mosher recently presented their research on "Mercury Capture from Simulated Flue Gases" and "CO2 and Methane Adsorption in Carbon-based Systems" at the annual Electric Utilities Environmental Conference in Phoenix, AZ.