Christopher Jones on Engineering Amine-Modified Silicates for CO2 Separations and Catalysis

Interview

Christopher W. Jones was the winner of the 2016 Andreas Acrivos Award for Professional Progress in Chemical Engineering. Chris is a Love Family Professor of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering and Associate Vice-President for Research at Georgia Tech. This year he presented the 2017 Andreas Acrivos Award for Professional Progress in Chemical Engineering Lecture entitled "Engineering Amine-Modified Silicates for CO2 Separations and Catalysis."

In the video above, he discusses his work with Samir Mitragotri, Hiller Professor of Bioengineering and Hansjorg Wyss Professor of Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University.

This award is endowed by the AIChE Foundation, thanks to the generous support of the Andreas Acrivos Award for Professional Progress in Chemical Engineering.

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