Current Research Projects

June 2012-June 2013, "Optimization of Hydrogen Storage via Spillover through a Combined Experimental and Modeling Approach," Marie Curie International Incoming Fellowship, $147,500.00--Fellow (100%)

 

December 2010-December 2013, "Amendment: Hydrogen Trapping through Designer Hydrogen Spillover Molecules with Reversible Temperature and Pressure-Induced Switching," Department of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, $75,000.00--PI (100%)

 

Hydrogen Trapping through Designer Hydrogen Spillover Molecules with Reversible Temperature and Pressure-Induced Switching (PI: A. Lueking; co-PIs:  Jing Li, Milton Cole). Department of Energy; Total Award Amount: $1,512,922; 09/01/08 to 08/31/201; Effort:  1.0 (Summer)

 

Hydrogen Caged in Carbon--Exploration of Novel Carbon-Hydrogen Interactions (PI: A. Lueking; co-PIs:  Badding, Crespi, Eser). Department of Energy, Basic Energy Sciences. Total Amount: $1,020,000; 3 years; 9/1/2009-8/31/2012; Effort: 1.0 (Academic)

 

New, GK-12: Carbon Educators and Researchers Together for Humanity (CarbonEARTH) (PI: R. Diehl; co-PIs:  Lueking, Smithwick, Boyer, Ward). National Science Foundation. University Park, PA; Harrisburg, PA; Philipsburg, PA. Total Amount: $2,847,750; 03/15/2010 to 03/14/15; Effort: 0.0




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