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Bandera de United States Schamburg Area, United States
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Master's in Chemical Engineering with relevant coursework in Chemical Reactors Engineering, Thermodynamics in Chemical Systems, Transport Processes and electives specializing in Polymers & Composites, Fuel Cells, Alternate Energy systems and Linear Algebra.
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Graduate Research Aide

Oct 2014 - Oct 2016 (2 years)

Involved in the research activities such as Polymer, Membrane Synthesis - Crosslinking, Metal Organic Framework (MOF) Synthesis, Incorporation of MOFs into crosslinked polymeric membranes, Material characterization through analytical methods and conducting experiments based on DOE (Design of Experiments). Reviewing the various applications of MOFs in Gas separation/filtration, catalysis, sensing and storage.

Research Aide

May 2013 - May 2014 (1 year)

Widespread research in Heat & Mass Transfer, Material Sciences, Design of Experiments and Environmental Science. Associated Projects: Plastic Recycling by Selective Dissolution & Precipitation Methods – Recycling plastics based on their solubility parameters. Involved in Designing of experiments. Organic Food Gardening – Yielding of organic vegetables and fruits without the use of any chemical fertilizers or pesticides that affects the Environment.



2014 - 2016 (2 years)


2010 - 2014 (4 years)


UiO-66 MOF & PV Cinnamate Nanofiber Composite Membranes Synthesized By A Facile 3 Stage Process

Cross-linking of MOF based Polymer Membranes for more strength and flexibility – Secondary growth of MOFs on electrospun UiO-66 membrane and crosslinking them under Ultra-violet irradiation. Characterization including SEM image analysis of thin polymeric membranes, XRD analysis of crystal structure and BET surface porosimetry for adsorption analysis.

Particle Size Studies to Reveal Growth Mechanisms of Metal Organic Framework in Sono-Chemistry

Studied the Mechanisms of Sono-chemical Synthesis of CuBTC MOF (HKUST-1) – Ultrasound assisted synthesis of CuBTC MOFs using a Sonicator for a quicker and efficient reduction of particle size analyzed through SEM image analysis. Achieved better, uniform particle size distribution and reduced particle sizes based design of experiments and varying important parameters.


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