Posts Tagged ‘Joan Brennecke’

Department to Co-Lead $20M NSF Center To Convert Natural Gas Into Transportation Fuels

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Department to Co-Lead $20M NSF Center To Convert Natural Gas Into Transportation Fuels The project could secure U.S. energy independence, lower energy costs and provide a lower carbon footprint to a future sustainable energy economy.

Alumna Joan Brennecke To Join Faculty

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Alumna Joan Brennecke To Join Faculty

The McKetta Department of Chemical Engineering is proud to announce alumna and renowned researcher Joan Brennecke (B.S. ‘84) will join our faculty as a professor beginning fall 2017.

Brennecke, a leading expert in energy and sustainability, was recruited with key support from Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and his new Governor’s University Research Initiative (GURIRead the rest »

Alumna Joan Brennecke Receives $2 Million DOE Grant to Study C02 Capture

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Alumna Joan Brennecke Receives $2 Million DOE Grant to Study C02 Capture

Alumna Joan Brennecke (B.S. ’84), the Keating-Crawford Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Notre Dame, is the recipient of a $2 million U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) grant for research that could fundamentally change the way the country uses and produces energy.

Brennecke received the grant from the DOE’s Office of … Read the rest »