ChemE faculty patenting their work

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On April 16, 2022

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Faculty in our department won two patents and applied for several more this year.

“We are proud of their work to make a healthier, more sustainable world,” says Dr. Hu Yang, chair of the Doshi Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering.

Awarded patents

Provisional patent applications

  • Hu Yang, the Linda and Bipin Doshi Chair of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering; and postdoctoral fellow Da Huang filed an application for work titled “An Organic Solvent-Free Method for Scalable and Continuous Fabrication of Multi-Functional Nanogels.”

Utility Patent Applications

  • Xinhua Liang, Linda and Bipin Doshi Associate Professor of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, and student Han Yu filed a utility patent application for their work titled “Flourination of AI203 Coating for Lithium-ion Battery.”
  • Fateme Rezaei, Ali Rownaghi and Shane Lawson, PhD ChE’21, filed a utility patent application for “Direct 3D Printed Metal Oxide/H-ZSM-5 Monoliths and their Application for Catalytic Conversion of Light Alkanes.”
  • Fateme Rezaei and Harshul Thakkar filed a utility patent application for their invention titled “Amine Functionalized 3D Printed Zeolite Monoliths and their Application in CO2 Capture.”

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