Eric Banning

Education
2017 B.Sc. Chemical Engineering from Kansas State University

Research Focus: Catalyst Engineering, photocatalytic degradation of pollutants


Mentor: Dr. Placidus Amama


Contact: bmeverhart@ksu.edu

Eric Gray
Victoria Zane

Chemical Engineering, K-State, Class of 2017

Research Focus: Carbon nanotube growth on metals, photocatalyst engineering

Mentors: Dr. Placidus Amama and Haider Almkhelfe

Contact: mfales@ksu.edu

Chemical Engineering, K-State, Class of 2018

Research Focus: Catalyst and reaction engineering for Fischer-Tropsch processes

Mentors: Dr. Placidus Amama and Haider Almkhelfe

Contact: ericgray24@ksu.edu

Education
2008 B.Sc., Polymer Science and Engineering from Beijing University of Chemical and Technology

2011 M.Sc. Material Science and Engineering from Beijing University of Chemical and Technology

Work Experience
2011-2012 R&D Engineer in China Academy of Printing Technology


Research Focus: Nanocarbon materials for electrochemical energy storage.

Mentor: ​Dr. ​Placidus Amama


Contact: wanghuanjay@ksu.edu

Chemical Engineering, K-State, Class of 2018

Research Focus: Energy storage

Mentors: Dr. Placidus Amama and Huan Wang

Contact: vlzane13@ksu.edu

Brian Everhart

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Xu Li

Chemical Engineering, K-State, Class of 2018

Research Focus: Growth of carbon nanotubes

Mentors: Dr. Placidus Amama, Haider Almkhelfe, and Xu Li

Contact: eric38@ksu.edu

Undergraduate Students

Alison Chan
Monte Baker-Fales

Chemical Engineering, K-State, Class of 2019

Research Focus: Photocatalysis

Mentors: Dr. Placidus Amama and Brian Everhart

Contact: bmcauley11@ksu.edu

Bailey Mcauley

Amama earned a Ph.D. in environmental engineering from Yokohama National University in Japan, followed by postdoctoral research at Yale University (Department of Chemical Engineering ) and Purdue University (Birck Nanotechnology Center). Before joining the faculty at K-State, he was a research scientist at the Air Force Research Laboratory, WPAFB. His research focuses on heterogeneous catalysis, controlled synthesis and engineering of nanomaterials, energy storage, and environmental remediation. 

Research Focus: Controlled and scalable synthesis of nanocarbon materials and Design of new catalysts for efficient Fischer-Tropsch synthesis.

Mentor:​ Dr. Placidus Amama

Contact: lixu@ksu.edu

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Huan Wang

Chemical Engineering, K-State, Class of 2019

Research Focus: Energy storage, photocatalysis

Mentors: Dr. Placidus Amama, Huan Wang, and Brian Everhart

Contact: achan@ksu.edu

Graduate Students