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Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering seniors put up a strong show at the 2015 David and Lorraine Freed Undergraduate Research Symposium

Three Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering seniors participated in the annual David and Lorraine Freed Undergraduate Research Symposium organized by the P. C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Lehigh University on April 8, 2015.

Their research was supervised by faculty members from the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. The names of students, along with their research project titles and faculty advisors are listed below:

(1) Tom Ebaugh

Project title: "Synthesis and Photocatalytic Properties of Titania Nanobelt Supported N-doped Titania Nanoparticles"

Advisor: Dr. Steven McIntosh

 

(2) Robert Dunleavy

Project title: "Discovery and Design of Novel Biological Tools for Advanced Functional Nanomaterials Synthesis"

Advisor: Dr. Bryan Berger

 

(3) Jonathan Witt

Project title: "Novel Materials for Cathodes and Anodes of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells"

Advisor: Dr. Steven McIntosh

Jonathan Witt took third place in the competition and Robert Dunleavy received an honorable mention. The Freed Undergraduate Research Symposium is held annually in spring each year and highlights the research projects of rising Lehigh Engineering undergraduates working on research problems with faculty mentors.

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Posted April 14, 2015

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ChE Students, Tom Ebaugh (top photo), Robert Dunleavy (middle photo), and Jon Witt (bottom photo), participants in the 2015 Freed Undergraduate Symposium

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