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UF Researchers use Magnetic Cryopreservation Agents to Extend Donor Organ Preservation Time

Carlos Rinaldi, Ph.D.

Researchers at the University of Florida are using colloidally stable nanoparticles and magnetic cryopreservation agents (mCPAs) to extend the preservation time of donor organs. Currently, the preservation time window ranges from 4-36 hours depending on the organ. This time window… Read More

Hages Receives NSF Career Award to Create New Semiconductor Material for Clean and Renewable Solar Energy

Charles Hages, Ph.D.

Charles Hages, Ph.D., an assistant professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering, has received a National Science Foundation CAREER award. His research focuses on developing next-generation semiconductors for energy research. With this award, Dr. Hages aims to develop solution-based, thin-film… Read More

Orazem and Watson Publish Ground-breaking Impedance Data Analysis Program

Mark E. Orazem, Ph.D.

Originally published by ECS The Electrochemical Society Mark Orazem, Ph.D., a Distinguished Professor and the Dr. and Mrs. Frederick C. Edie Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Florida, and his student William Watson published their… Read More

Message From the Chair

Carlos Rinaldi, Ph.D.

Dear colleagues, alumni, and friends, As we navigate through the uncertainties that this year has brought us, we are happy to share another edition of our newsletter and celebrate the hard-fought departmental wins.  We are astounded at the resilience and… Read More

Justin Wong, Ph.D., ChE 2016

Justin Wong, Ph.D.

Project Engineer (2019) Strategic Systems Programs, US Navy B.S. in Chemical Engineering at the University of Maryland, College Park Ph.D. at the UF Department of Chemical Engineering in 2016 Adviser(s): Ziegler Research Area(s): Advanced Materials/Energy & Sustainability Dissertation Title: Attaining… Read More