Affiliated Researchers: Ions

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

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Associate Professor, Chemistry
Top Research Keywords:
Aerosol, Aerosols, Phase Separation, Nucleation, Ammonium Sulfate
Professor and Corning Faculty Fellow, Materials Science and Engineering
Top Research Keywords:
Membranes, Negative Ions, Anion Exchange Membrane, Polymers, Protons
Professor, Chemical Engineering
Top Research Keywords:
Density Functional Theory, Adsorption, Catalysts, Oxidation, Surface
Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
Top Research Keywords:
Lithium-ion Batteries, Failure Analysis, Ions, Hot Temperature, Battery Management Systems
Associate Dean for Innovation, College of Engineering
Top Research Keywords:
Fluidics, Actuators, Damping, Composite Materials, Lithium-ion Batteries
Professor, Chemical Engineering
Top Research Keywords:
Polyethylene Oxides, Neutron Scattering, Molecular Dynamics, Simulation, Polymers
Professor, Chemistry
Top Research Keywords:
Catalytic RNA, RNA, Hepatitis Delta Virus, RNA Folding, Catalysis
Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
Top Research Keywords:
Ionomer, Ionomers, Polyelectrolytes, Polymers, Ions
Assistant Professor, John and Willie Leone Department of Energy & Mineral Engineering (EME)
Top Research Keywords:
Lithium, Electrolytes, Electric Batteries, Anodes, Lithium-ion Batteries
Distinguished Professor, Chemistry
Top Research Keywords:
Olefins, Copolymerization, Palladium, Polymers, Catalysts
Assistant Professor, Agricultural & Biological Engineering
Top Research Keywords:
Lignin, Catalysts, Biomass, Ligands, Depolymerization
Distinguished Professor, Ecosystem Science and Management
Top Research Keywords:
Microwaves, Hydrothermal Synthesis, Gels, Positive Ions, Sol-gels
DuPont Professor of Materials Chemistry, Chemistry
Top Research Keywords:
Nanoparticles, Nanocrystals, Nanoparticle, Nanocrystal, Hydrogen Evolution Reaction