Catalysis

Our talented faculty members and research staff cover all aspects of Catalysis from homogeneous to heterogeneous to electrocatalysis.

Bala Subramianiam 
(Director of CEBC;
Distinguished Professor) 

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Research topics include: Focus on Green Catalysis (link

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Mark B. Shiflett
Shiflett Research 
(Distinguished Foundation Professor)

Research topics include: Focus on ionic liquids, gas hydrates, water purification, gas systems, and more

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RV Chaudhari 
(Deputy Director of CEBC;
Distinguished Professor) 

Research topics include: Homogeneous catalysis, sustainability, and green catalysis

 

 

 

Laurence Weatherley 
(Distinguished Professor) 

Research topics include: Focus on Green Chemistry

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Susan Williams 
KU Biodiesel Initiative
(
CPE Department Chair; Professor)

Research topics include: Focus on Biofuels- Feedstock to Tailpipe Initiative 

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Kevin Leonard 
The Leonard Lab
(Associate Professor)

 

Research topics include: focus on Electrocatalysis and photoelectrochemistry 

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 Alan M. Allgeier
Allgeier Research Group
(Associate Professor)

Research topics include: Sustainable manufacturing, Continuous Processing for Pharmaceutical Manufacturing, and Characterization of porous materials

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Juan Bravo-Suarez 
In Situ and Operando Spectroscopy (iOS) Laboratory
(Associate Professor)

Research topics include: focus on Heterogeneous Catalysis and spektrokinetics

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Karen Nordheden 
(Associate Professor)

 

Research topics include: CO2 conversion and microfabrication 

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Aaron Scurto 
(Associate Professor)

 

Research topics include: Catalysis and Ionic Liquids

 

 

 

Kyle Camarda 
(Associate Professor)

 

Research topics include: Process engineering and Optimization 

 

 


Many of these faculty members work at the prestigious CEBC labs: https://cebc.ku.edu/

(located 3 miles west of main campus)

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