People

Principle Investigator

Moises Carreon  

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B.S. Chemical Engineering, U.M.S.N.H. Mexico
M.S. Materials Science Engineering, U.M.S.N.H. Mexico
Ph.D Chemical & Materials Engineering, University of Cincinnati 


Associate Professor
Chemical & Biological Engineering Department
Colorado School of Mines

 
 

Graduate Researchers

 

Ting Wu

B.S. Biological Science and Technology, Central South University

M.S. Chemical Engineering, Arizona State University

Project: MOF membrane for Kr/Xe separation

 

Jolie Lucero

B.S. Chemical Engineering, University of New Mexico

Project: Porous organic cage membranes

 

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B.S. Chemical Engineering, Montana State University 

Project: I study the conversion of high energy-content biomass-derived feedstocks over rationally designed and industrially scalable catalysts in pursuit of affordable green fuels and chemicals.

   

 

     

Undergraduate Researchers

Taylor Self  

Taylor Self

B.S. Class of 2019 Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, Colorado School of Mines

Project: Metal-organic framework crystals synthesis
 

 

Ricardo Ocampo

B.S. Class of 2019 Chemical Engineering, Colorado School of Mines

Project: Catalytic reactions

 

Carla Osuna

B.S. Class of 2019 Chemical Engineering, Colorado School of Mines

 

 

 

 

Courtney Smoljan

B.S. Class of 2021 Chemical Engineering, Colorado School of Mines

I am working on a project that converts fatty acids to hydrocarbon chains using a zeolite supported nickel catalyst, producing liquid bio-diesel.  The purpose of the project is to find an economical, renewable fuel that can help reduce CO2 emissions and leverage new bio-resources.