Graduate Students

All current graduate students in the Sholl Group are below. Click on their names to see their personal pages.

Chu Han

PhD Candidate

Chu studies acid gas-induced point defects in bulk and surfaces of MOFs

Yang "Anny" Liu

PhD Candidate

Anny studies acid gas adsorption on porous materials including POCs and MOFs

Rebecca Han

PhD Candidate

Rebecca focuses on the thermodynamics of extended defects in MOFs

Mayank Agrawal

PhD Candidate

Mayank studies the influence of xylene adsorption on flexible MOFs

John Findley

PhD Candidate

John studies short-range alumninum ordering in zeolites and its effect on adsorption

Jongwoo Park

PhD Candidate

Jongwoo studies sub-ambient pressure swing adsorption for CO2 capture/separation in MOFs

Wenqin You

PhD Candidate

Wenqin focuses on finding MOFs to improve the efficiency of gas separations for the OCM process

Omar I Knio

PhD Candidate

Omar focuses on finding suitable structure directing agents for 2D zeolites

Andrew Chen

PhD Student

Andrew focuses on developing and quantifying all available adsorption space

Souryadeep Bhattacharyya

PhD Candidate, co-advised by Nair

Souryadeep studies the effects of acid gas degradation on the adsorption and separation properties of ZIFs

Lalit A Darunte

PhD Candidate, co-advised by Jones & Walton

Lalit performs process modeling for direct CO2 capture from air in MOFs

Jungseob So

PhD Candidate, co-advised by Sievers

Jungseob studies the surface chemistry over heterogeneous catalysts and catalytic activity of surfaces

Hongjian "David" Tang

Visiting PhD Student

Hongjian is visiting from Southeast University in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, China


Graduate Student

Ever wanted to work on the coolest computational research projects? Come join the Sholl Group! Email one of the current group members or David Sholl to hear more about our group and the projects we work on.