Tim Taylor Department of Chemical Engineering
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Top news and stories
- K-State researchers develop materials to lower operating temperatures of fuel cell and hydrogen production technology
Chuancheng Duan, assistant professor in the Tim Taylor Department of Chemical Engineering, and his team of researchers in the Materials Research Laboratory for Sustainable Energy and collaborators have developed a breakthrough in the race to develop commercially scalable and high-performing protonic ceramic electrochemical cells for efficient power generation and low-cost hydrogen production.
- Edgar receives Iman Outstanding Faculty Award for Research
James Edgar, university distinguished professor of chemical engineering, is the receipient of the Iman Outstanding Faculty for Research Award sponsored by the K-State Alumni Association. The ceremony will take place Sept. 7 at 4 p.m.
- Duan honored with young investigator award from electrochemical society
Chuancheng Duan, assistant professor in the Tim Taylor Department of Chemical Engineering, was recently selected as the winner of the 2023 High-Temperature Energy, Materials, & Processes Division J. Bruce Wagner, Jr. Young Investigator Award by the Electrochemical Society.