Center for Sustainable Energy at Notre Dame

2015 Slatt Scholars

Student Scholar/Major Advisor/Department Project Title

Sara Boukdad
Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences

Peter Burns
Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences
The Formation of Uranyl Peroxide Nanoclusters from Uranyl Phosphate Minerals
Sara Boukdad Final Paper

Hannah Fitch
Chemical Engineering

Peter Kilpatrick
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
The Impact of Petroporphyrins on Asphaltene Self Assembly and Water-in-oil Emulsion
Hannah Fitch Final Paper
Justin Hoffman
Chemistry and Chinese
Seth Brown
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Osmium 2,2′-Biphenyl-bridged Bis(amidophenoxide) Complexes: A Novel Method to Compare Classical and Non-Classical Reaction Pathways
Justin Hoffman Final Paper
Brian Keene
Chemical Engineering
Edward Maginn
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Developing Capabilities for Porous Solid Monte Carlo Simulation in Cassandra
Brian Keene Final Paper
Irene Kurtz
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Joan Brennecke
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
 Liquid-Liquid Equilibria of Ternary Systems of Alkanes, Xylenes, and Ionic Liquids
Andrew Lehmer
Chemical Engineering
William Schneider
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Computational Models for "Natural Gas Liquids" Catalysis
Monica McFadden
Environmental Engineering
Robert Nerenberg
Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences
Bench and Pilot Studies of the Membrane-Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR) for Energy-Efficient Wastewater Treatment
Monica McFadden Final Paper
Benjamin Schultz
Chemical Engineering and Political Science
William Phillip
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Global Applications of Renewable Energy and Sustainability
Ben Schultz Final Paper

Margaret Tucker
Civil Engineering and International Development Studies

Ian Lightcap
ND Energy
Polymer-Templated, Quantum Dot Rainbow Solar Cells
Margaret Tucker Final Paper
Non-ND Student Scholar Notre Dame and Home Institution Advisors Project Title
Gqwetha Ncube
Dual Degree - Engineering and Chemistry
Tengfei Luo, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
Retina Burton, Spellman College
Trapping Molecules using Low Energy and Low Temperature Directional Solvent Extraction