Graphene oxide (GO) membranes can be made from 2D GO nanosheets and exhibit selective transport for smaller gases like hydrogen over bigger gases like carbon dioxide. The presentation will discuss synthesis, structure and gas transport mechanism of 2D structures GO membranes, and compare them with other 2D structures microporous membranes for separation. The talk will be concluded with an analysis on the advantages and disadvantages of GO membranes for gas separation.
Jerry Y.S. Lin is a Regents’ Professor at Arizona State University. He was department chair of chemical engineering at ASU from 2006-2009 after his 13 year appointment as a faculty member at University of Cincinnati. Dr. Lin’s main research areas are membrane science, adsorption/catalysis, and energy storage. He has published 300 refereed journal papers and 60 book chapters and conference proceeding papers, and is an inventor of 9 US and European patents.
As one of most cited authors in the field of chemical engineering (per Elsevier-Scopus/Shanghai Ranking), Dr. Lin’s papers have been cited about 10,000 times per SCI Web of Science (SCI H index of 60) (over 20,000 per google/scholar).
He received several awards including AIChE Institute Award for Excellence in Industrial Gas Technologies in 2009, and is a fellow of both American Society for advancement of Science (AAAS) and American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). Dr. Lin has been Editor of Journal of Membrane Science since 2008.