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Department of Chemical Engineering.

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ALUMNUS INVESTS $3M IN NEW UF ENERGY PROGRAM

With a vision for transforming the future of sustainable energy, serial entrepreneur and University of Florida alumnus Alex Moreno has invested $3 million to help create a new professorship and program in the department of chemical engineering. With Moreno’s support, the college will move forward with an integrated energy program, accessible to students across all engineering majors that will offer a certificate and minor in energy systems. Course offerings will include an introduction to biofuels, petroleum engineering, electric energy systems, reactor analysis and computation, energy conversion, clean combustion, sustainable energy systems and more.

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Dr. Fan Ren

Chapter Title: AlGaN/GaN High Electron Mobility Transistor Based Sensors for Bio-Applications
Book Title: Biosensors for Health, Environment and Biosecurity

Book chapter written by Dr. Fan Ren and his colleagues has been downloaded more than 7000 times to date! Such readership results demonstrate some very important factors about the reach and usage of their inTechOpen published research. Visibilty - more than 7000 researchers worldwide read, downloaded and interacted with their published content. Impact - this acievement demonstrates the influence their research has had within the scientific community. Connectivity - researchers from all over the world have been able to connect with their research to obtain relevant information to further develop their own research projects.

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Jason Weaver publishes in Science

Jason Weaver recently published an article (April 2017) in Science magazine with his collaborator, Aravind Asthagiri reporting low-temperature conversion of methane on the IrO2(110) surface. Their work is the first to report highly-facile methane activation at temperatures as low as 150 K. The ability to activate methane at such low temperature may provide new opportunities to develop catalysts capable of efficiently converting methane to value-added products. Weaver and co-workers are currently focusing on selective conversion of methane on IrO2-based materials. READ MORE

Mark E. Orazem - Lead Organizer 68th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry

Professorf Mark E. Orazem is the lead organizer for the 68th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry to be held 27 August - 1 September 2017 in Providence, RI, USA. The scientific theme of the meeting is Electrochemistry without Borders, meant to emphasize the global character of the electrochemical community encompassed by the ISE. READ MORE

Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy, 2nd Edition

Dr. Mark E. Orazem, Bernard Tribollett
Provides fundamentals needed to apply impedance spectroscopy to a broad range of applications with emphasis on obtaining physically meaningful insights from measurements. Information can be found HERE