Affiliated Researchers: Ethylene

Affiliates are Penn Staters who have a connection to or an interest in the work of the Institute of Energy and the Environment.

Displaying 13 search result(s) for Ethylene.

Hee Jeung Oh


Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering
Top research keywords: Polyethylene Glycols, Ethers, Block Copolymers, Sulfone, Membranes

Ralph Colby


Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
Top research keywords: Ionomers, Ionomer, Polymers, Polyelectrolytes, Ions

Robert Hickey


Associate Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
Top research keywords: Block Copolymers, Block Copolymer, Nanoparticles, Self Assembly, Polyethylene Oxides

Kathleen Brown


Professor, Plant Science
Top research keywords: Zea Mays, Ethylene, Soil, Phosphorus, Corn

Yuan Xuan


Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Top research keywords: Flame, Soot, Flames, Fuel, Simulation

Gamini Mendis


Assistant Professor of Engineering, School of Engineering (Behrend)
Top research keywords: Machining, Bauxite, Recovery, Lignin, Energy Utilization

Hilal Ezgi Toraman


Assistant Professor, John and Willie Leone Department of Energy & Mineral Engineering (EME)
Top research keywords: Pyrolysis, Xylans, Two-Dimensional Gas Chromatography, Bio-Oil, Catalysts

Konstantinos Alexopoulos


Assistant Research Professor, Chemical Engineering
Top research keywords: Catalysts, Dehydration, Butenes, Catalyst, Zeolites

Sairam V. Rudrabhatla


Professor of Biology, School of Science, Engineering & Technology (Harrisburg)
Top research keywords: Sorghum, Zea Mays, Regeneration, Bony Callus, Meristem

Thomas Litzinger


Assistant Dean for Educational Innovation and Accreditation, College of Engineering
Top research keywords: Soot, Fuel, Students, Flame, Flames

Robert Mathers


Professor, Penn State New Kensington
Top research keywords: Polymerization, Monomers, Polymers, Monomer, Hydrophobicity

Robert Rioux


Professor, Chemical Engineering
Top research keywords: Catalysts, Nanoparticles, Hydrogenation, Adsorption, Silica

Jonathan Lynch


Distinguished Professor, Plant Science
Top research keywords: Zea Mays, Soil, Phosphorus, Corn, Beans