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Maria Grazia De Angelis

Associate Professor

Department of Civil, Chemical, Environmental, and Materials Engineering

Academic discipline: ING-IND/24 Fundamentals of Chemical Engineering

Director of Second Cycle Degree of Chemical and Process Engineering

News

Participation to EFCE SPOTLIGHT TALKS " Membranes for CO2 capture"

I am glad to inform you that on Thursday, December 3rd at 1: 30 PM I will give a webinar entitled "Membranes for CO2 capture: thermodynamic aspects" in the framework of the Spotlight Talks of the European Federation of Chemical Engineering (EFCE) and in representation of the Working Party on Thermodynamics ...

Published on: November 03 2020

New paper about CO2/CH4 separation -in collaboration with UT Austin

It has just been published on the Journal Of Membrane Science a paper dealing with the experimental and modeling study of competitive sorption effects during CO2/CH4 separation in polymeric membranes. With application in natural and biogas separation and CO2 capture, the work is in collaboration with ...

Published on: August 05 2020

Project OPEN_MASK_LAB approved!

OPEN_MASK_LAB: a Virtual Open Lab for sharing face masks test design, analysis and calibration The project aims at sharing the knowledge gained by the group about sampling test methodologies for protective masks through the set-up of a virtual open lab. The project was approved and funded in the framework ...

Published on: May 25 2020

New article on Macromolecules about the simulation of the effect of CO2 on the micro and macro properties of a glassy polymer

New paper published, in collaborations with NTUA Athens, Greece, Molecular Simulations and Mechanistic Analysis of the Effect of CO2 Sorption on Thermodynamics, Structure, and Local Dynamics of Molten Atactic Polystyrene Authors: Eleonora Ricci, Niki Vergadou, Georgios G. Vogiatzis, Maria Grazia De ...

Published on: May 18 2020

Donate for our face mask test lab

You can donate from 10 euros to support the activity on face mask lab testing tps://sostienilaricercaunibo.ideaginger.it/it/progetti/valutazione-della-conformita-dei-dispositivi-di-protezione-sanitari.html https://dicam.unibo.it/it/terza-missione/societa/laboratorio-di-test-mascherine  

Published on: April 15 2020

New paper published OPEN ACCESS in collaboration with Sotacarbo SpA

The paper entitled "Enhancing the Separation Performance of Glassy PPO with the Addition of a Molecular Sieve (ZIF-8): Gas Transport at Various Temperatures" was published on MEMBRANES and can be downloaded for free . https://www.mdpi.com/2077-0375/10/4/56 https://www.mdpi.com/2077-0375/10/4/56/pdf ...

Published on: March 27 2020

Appointment through TEAMS

Office hours Tuesday March 10th 15-17 through  TEAMS at the link https://teams.microsoft.com/l/channel/19%3adf0cfdc1106346c7bfbf1eaa4c31b808%40thread.tacv2/General?groupId=f2596b71-1317-4368-9b89-640a1230bbd4&tenantId=e99647dc-1b08-454a-bf8c-699181b389ab

Published on: March 06 2020

Office hours for students canceled

In accordance with the recent dispositions of public health, the office hours of Tuesday February 25th are canceled. New dates will be published here as soon as possible

Published on: February 24 2020

New paper published on CO2 sorption in MDEA solutions (in collaboration with the University of Edinburgh)

A new paper has just been published- in collaboration with the University of Edinburgh- on Fluid Phase Equilibria about the modeling of the reactive absorption of CO2 and H2S in methyldiethanolamine (MDEA) solutions. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0378381219305151 The work ...

Published on: January 12 2020

New paper published on Macromolecules in cooperation with MIT and Stanford University

New ladder polymers with methyl, ethyl, and isopropyl substituents that can form self-standing films are produced. The short alkyl substitution on CANAL ladder polymers significantly impacted gas-transport properties and their chain packing. Interestingly, a combination of methyl and isopropyl substituents ...

Published on: September 02 2019

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