T. Grant Glover, Ph.D.
- Post-Doctoral Fellowship Chemistry, University of California, Los Angeles, Advisor: Omar M. Yaghi
- Ph.D. Chemical Engineering, Vanderbilt University
- B.S. Chemical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
The Glover Research Group studies adsorbent materials, fibers functionalized with nanostructures, and related surface chemistry. The Group has expertise building novel adsorbents, such as MOFs, carbons, and composites, and works to characterize both the thermodynamic capacities and mass transfer properties of these materials. The Group’s work on fibers has focused on functionalizing both natural and synthetic fibers with gold, nanoparticles, quantum dots, MOFs, and other structures.
Ruckart K.N., O’Brien R.A., Woodard S.M., West K.N., Glover T.G., “Porous Solids Impregnated with Task Speciﬁc Ionic Liquids as Composite Sorbents for CO2 Capture,” J. Phys. Chem. C, 2015, 119, 20681-20697.
Bunge M., Ruckart K.N., Leavesley S., Peterson G., Nguyen N., West K.N., Glover T.G., “Modiﬁcation of Fibers with Nanostructures Using Reactive Dye-Chemistry” Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 2015, 54, 3821-3827.
Buettner, L., LeDuc C.A., Glover T.G., “Instantaneous Ignition of Activated Carbon,” Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 2014, 53, 15793-15797.
- EG 270 Engineering Thermodynamics
- CHE 203 Chemical Engineering Mass and Energy Balances
- CHE 441/442 Chemical Engineering Unit Operation Laboratory
- CHE 461/462 Chemical Engineering Capstone Design
- CHE 490 Chemical Engineering Elective: NASA X-Hab Project Course