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Lars Grabow

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Professor
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
713-743-4326
Cullen College of Engineering 1, Room S339

We use a combination of first-principles simulations, kinetic modeling and data science to computationally design inorganic materials for heterogeneous catalysis, environmentally benign energy conversion, electrochemical energy storage, green synthesis, and pollution abatement.

We use a combination of first-principles simulations, kinetic modeling and data science to computationally design inorganic materials for heterogeneous catalysis, environmentally benign energy conversion, electrochemical energy storage, green synthesis, and pollution abatement.

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News

A partnership between researchers at the University of Virginia and the University of Houston has continued to flourish, and expanded to another professor at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute, after the National Science Foundation chose their Emerging Frontiers in Research and Innovation (EFRI) proposal – the development of dynamically operated, smaller scale reactors that can process distributed feedstock – for a $2 million award.
September 29, 2020
Lars Grabow's Research to Bring Chemical Production and Manufacturing Together Could Revolutionize Numerous Chemical Processes
July 20, 2021
Using the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Data Science Institute’s computational resources, research continues remotely on vehicle emission control, chemical materials and new batteries.
April 30, 2020