Olasehinde Owoseni was awarded 2nd place for the Environmental Division Graduate Student Paper Competition for his paper entitled, “Release of Surfactant Cargo from Interfacially-Active Halloysite Clay Nanotubes for Oil Spill Redemption”. He will receive a plaque, $300 and will be invited to attend the Cecil Lecture and also the Division's Dinner at the national meeting in Atlanta. Of this honor, Owoseni said, "The award is a timely motivation for my continuing research in understanding the fundamental principles of colloidal and interfacial phenomena and how the knowledge gained can be useful in tackling real world problems such as oil spills.”
As technology advances, so does our dependence on the latest products. At the same time, our global energy consumption is growing at rapid rates.
Daniel Shantz, newly invested to hold the Entergy Chair in Clean Energy Engineering at Tulane University, is working to find a way for consumers to continue enjoying the latest technology while reducing their carbon footprint.
Hank Ashbaugh to lead the Smart MATerial Design, Analysis and Processing (SMATDAP) Consortium, and interdisciplinary research team in a NSF-funded Louisiana-Mississippi Consortium for an $18 million award.
Ph.D. candidate Moses Oguntoye won 2nd place for his poster entitled "Aligned carbon nanotube array as electric double layer capacitor electrodes" at the annual LASIGMA symposium on Aug. 18th, 2014.
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