Facilities

The Department of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering maintains a set of Shared Facilities as outlined below. The facilities range from routine chemical, physical and materials characterization facilities, to state-of-the-art nanomaterials synthesis facilities. These facilities are available to researchers in the Department and others at the university, local region, and world-wide.


•Interdisciplinary collaboration and partnership with academia and industry
• Synthesis and characterization of materials using inbuilt instrumentation techniques



Coordinators:
John Fortner & Pratim Biswas
nano.wustl.edu
• Contains five main instruments integrated together for diverse photophysical processes to be probed
• Performs on liquid and solid samples at room temperature and with accessories down to 77K


Coordinator:
Vijay Ramani
ultrafast-laser-facility.wustl.edu
• Advance solar energy conversion technologies by promoting development of new materials, devices and system level scale-ups
• Electrochemical characterization


Coordinator:
Vijay Ramani
solarstorage.wustl.edu
• Focuses on the advancement of science and technology of aerosol systems
• Characterize fundamental aerosol formation and transformation processes to determine impacts on the Environment, Climate, and Human Health
Coordinators:
Ben Kumfer & Jian Wang
aerosols.wustl.edu

• Facility for pilot scale experimentation
• State of the art combustion facilities
• Industrial partners are invited to collaborate with EECE faculty experts

Coordinator:
Ben Kumfer
cleanenergyhub.wustl.edu

Other EECE Facilities