This page documents the current and past support that has been received for projects carried out in our lab. 

Current Support is Being Provided By:

1)       Global Conference on Sustainable Product Design and Life-Cycle Engineering, 100%, NSF sponsored attendee, $1,721.

2)       Sorption Mechanisms for Mercury Capture In Warm Post-Gasification Gas Clean-Up Systems, 50% with Jost Wendt, DOE-NETL, $492,000, 10-04 to 9-07

3)       Simulated Basin Model for Water Resource Planning and Education, 20% with Kevin Lansey, Paul Brooks, Wendell Ela, and Paul Wilson,  TRIF - Proposition 301, State of Arizona, $108,608, 7-03 to 6-05

4)       Investigation of Mercury Speciation Kinetics Using Quantum Chemical Techniques, 100 %, UIUC/NCSA, 15,171 hrs CPU time, 6-25-03 to 6-30-04.

5)       An Ab Initio Study of Reductive Dechlorination of Halocarbons, 100 %, NPACI, San Diego, 5,000 hours CPU time, 4-03 to 6-04.

6)       Fundamentals of Mercury Speciation Kinetics: A Theoretical Study, 100%, UIUC/NCSA, 10,000 hrs CPU time, 9-18-02 to 9-03-03.

7)       Estimation of Hydrocarbon Cracking Reaction Rates on Supported Catalysts, 100%, UIUC/NCSA, 10,000 hrs CPU time, 4-5-02 to 4-30-03.

8)       Integration of Green Chemistry into Chemical Engineering Design, 100%, The Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation, $26,000, 2-1-02 to 1-31-04.

9)        Ab Initio and Experimental Investigation of Reductive Dechlorination Mechanisms at Metal Cathodes, 50% with Jim Farrell, NSF/REU, $12,000, 9-1-01 to 8-31-02.

10)    Development and Testing of Interactive Problem Solving Examples for Chemical Engineers, 100%, Intel, $10,286 in equipment, one time support 10-21-01.

11)    Lifecycle Assessment within the Semiconductor Industry, 100 %, NSF/SRC Engineering Research Center for Environmentally Benign Semiconductor Manufacturing, $12,500 seed money to begin project, 10-2-01 through 3-31-01.

12)    Ab Initio and Experimental Investigation of Reductive Dechlorination Mechanisms at Metal Cathodes, 50% with Jim Farrell, NSF, $200,516, 9-1-01 to 8-31-03.

13)    Theoretical Estimates of Mercury Speciation Reactions Under Atmospheric Conditions, 100% NASA, $1,575, 8-24-01 to 5-1-02.

14)    Development of Novel Environmentally-Based Problems and their Solutions in the Semiconductor Manufacturing Industry", 100 %, $3,315, summer 2001, Western Alliance to Expand Student

15)    Fundamentals of Mercury Speciation Kinetics: A Theoretical and Experimental Study, 50% with Jost Wendt, EPA, $225,000, 9-1-00 to 8-31-02.

16)    Estimating Beta-Scission Reaction Rate Parameters, 100%, UIUC/NCSA, 10,000 hrs CPU time, 7-1-00 to 6-30-01.

17)    Engineering Approximations for Gas Phase Rate Constants, 100%, NASA, $1,050, 8-21-00 to 5-1-01.

18)    Development and Testing of a Web-Based Tool for Teaching Material and Energy Balances with Environmentally Based Semiconductor Manufacturing Examples, 100%, NSF/SCR, $8,424, 5-1-01 to 12-31-01.

19)    Assessment of Prediction Activation Barriers for Beta-Scission Reactions, 100%, University of Arizona Foundation, $5,000, 12-15-99 to 12-14-00.

2007 Arizona Board of Regents for The University of Arizona