Welcome to the ‘Polymeric Materials for the Water-Energy Nexus’ research group at LSU in the Cain Department of Chemical Engineering. The principal investigator for the group is Professor Chris Arges. Please explore the website to learn about our ‘Research Interests’, ‘Members‘, and ‘Publications’.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Professor Arges at firstname.lastname@example.org
February 2017 - Professor Arges is the lead author on a new paper(link) in the Journal of Materials Chemistry A: Materials for Energy and Sustainability!
January 2017 - Undergraduate researchers Juan Rubio and Peyton Pertuit (link) join the research group.
January 2017 - Professor Arges is a co-author on a new paper(link) in the Journal Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics!
January 2017 - Professor Arges is a co-author on a new paper(link) in the journal Nano Letters!!
November & October 2016 - Professor Arges and the research group perform on-site scientific demonstrations at local Baton Rouge Schools. See 'Outreach Activities'.
The demonstrations illustrate how algebra is used to understand observed scientific phenomena.
November 2016 - Ms. Precious Orji is giving an oral presentation(link) at the Annual American Institute for Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Meeting in San Francisco! Prof. Arges will also give talk (link). We are looking forward to seeing all the ChEs in San Francisco!
November 2016 - Prof. Arges is excited to visit the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Tufts University to give a seminar talk (link)!
October 2016 - Prof. Arges's contribution to the Department of Energy's Alkaline Membrane Fuel Cell Workshop Report (link) has been published.
September 2016 - Prof. Arges will give a seminar (link) for the Louisiana Consortium for Neutron Scattering on Monday, September 26th at 3 PM in 1008B in the Digital Media Center Building.
September 2016 - Prof. Arges is a coauthor on a recently published paper in Nanotechnology (link)
September 2016 - Thu V. Nguyen joins the 'Polymeric Materials for the Water-Energy Nexus' research group. You can view their profiles under 'Members'.
July 2016 - Arges lab moves to their new and permanent home in the Chemical Engineering Annex to Patrick Taylor Hall. See pictures of the new lab here link.
July 2016 - Professor Arges featured in UIUC's Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Newsletter. See page 25 of this link.