Electric-swing solid state sorbents for direct air capture of CO2
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Program
Dr. Adam Holowenski (CU Boulder), Dr. Yuanyue Liu (UT Austin)
Novel membrane design for hybrid ocean capture and desalination
Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA)
Dr. Matthew Green (Arizona State University), Dr. Jenny Yang (UC Irvine)
Natural Gas/Direct Air Capture Hybrid Plant
We’re modeling a novel plant that can capture more CO2 than it produces by running a direct air capture system during off-peak hours.
ARPA-E, FLECCS Program
Dr. Glenn Lipscomb (University of Toledo), Dr. Debangsu Bhattacharyya (West Virginia University), Mr. Michael Matuszewski (Aristosys LLC.)
Aaron Esquino, Mahpara Habib
Membrane Modeling for Post-Combustion Carbon Capture
We’re modeling a new membrane bundle design for Membrane Technology & Research (MTR) to assist them with pilot-scale testing of their new system.
DOE, NETL, CCSI2 Program
Dr. Glenn Lipscomb (University of Toledo)
Core-Shell MOFs for Direct Air Capture
We’re discovering new core-shell metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), synthesizing them, and then testing them in different bed configurations for direct air capture.
DOE, NETL, University Coalition for Fossil Energy Research (UCFER)
Dr. Chris Wilmer (University of Pittsburgh), Dr. Nathaniel Rosi (University of Pittsburgh)
Ocean Carbon Capture Using Membrane Contactors
We’re developing microcapsules and membrane devices that can extract CO2 from seawater.
Pitt’s Central Research Development Fund (CRDF)
Dr. Tagbo Niepa (University of Pittsburgh), Dr. William Federspiel (University of Pittsburgh)
Joanna Rivero, Austin Lieber