His paper was co-authored with electrical and computer engineering assistant professor Ishan Thakkar, with whom he is conducting research as an undergraduate.
In addition to capturing CO2, the system will produce two value-added streams, hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O2,) which can be sold to offset the cost of CO2 capture.
The UK College of Engineering awarded 19 E.ON Scholarships for PEIK to eligible students who demonstrated a strong interest in power and energy studies.
The UK team, called “Energized Outboards,” took first place in the Manned Competition event.
Twelve faculty members spanning seven academic departments attended the orientation.
Faculty with the institute will serve as judges in an upcoming contest to find innovative solutions for using spent grains.
The independent, student-led organization won a national solar car competition for the first time in its 22-year history.
The project, “Permanent Magnetization and Corrosion-Related Field Prediction of Complex Structures,” will be funded in the amount of $751,596 over three years. ECE professor Rob Adams is the Co-I.
Contributions from this project will establish a cost-effective, accurate and robust reliability improvement framework for modern electric propulsion systems.
The program developed thanks to a partnership between the Office of the Vice President for Research, the College of Engineering and different departments and faculty research labs.