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Dipendu Saha PhD

Assistant Professor

  • PhD Chemical Engineering 2009

    New Mexico State University (NM)

  • ENGR 325 Thermodynamics

  • CHE 329 Transport Phenomena

  • CHE 327 Chemical Engineering Laboratory I

My overall research is dedicated to the development of nanoporous materials for energy, environment, and biological applications. More specifically, I am interested in synthesizing new and advanced types of nanoporous materials for gas separation and storage, water purification, supercapacitor/battery electrode material, and drug delivery.

Selected Awards

  • American Chemical Society (ACS): Petroleum Research Fund (PRF), 2014–2016

  • Widener University: Faculty Development Award, 2014–2015; Provost Grant, 2014–2015

  • New Mexico State University (NMSU): Honors Certificate for maintaining perfect grade point average in PhD, 2009

Selected Publications

  • Gencoglu, Maria F., Amanda Spurri, Mitchell Franko, Jihua Chen, Dale K. Hensley, Caryn L. Heldt, and Dipendu Saha. "Biocompatibility of Soft-Templated Mesoporous Carbons." ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 6, no. 17 (2014): 15068–15077

  • Saha, Dipendu, Yuan Lu, Karl Nelson, Jihua Chen, and Soydan Ozcan. "CO2, CH4 and N2 Adsorption in Micro-Mesoporous Graphene." J. Chemical and Engineering Data 60, no. 9 (2015): 2636–2645

  • Saha, Dipendu, Yunchao Li, Zhonghe Bi, Jihua Chen, Jong K. Keum, Dale K. Hensley, Hippolyte A. Grappe, Harry M. Meyer, III, Sheng Dai, M.Parans Paranthaman, and A.K. Naskar. "Studies on Supercapacitor Electrode Material from Activated Lignin-Derived Mesoporous Carbon Material." Langmuir 30, no. 3 (2014): 900–910.

American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), American Chemical Society (ACS)