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Materials and devices are able to gain amazing new properties and capabilities when they have features at the nanoscale. Chemical engineers are able to develop and characterize these tiny materials and features and deploy them in industry.

Nanotechnology Faculty

Mustafa Akbulut

  • Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering
  • Axalta Coating Systems Faculty Fellow
Mustafa Akbulut

Perla Balbuena

  • Professor, Chemical Engineering
  • GPSA Professor
  • Mike O’Connor Chair I
Perla Balbuena

Yossef Elabd

  • Professor, Chemical Engineering
  • Interim Vice Chancellor for Research
  • Associate Dean for Research
  • Axalta Coating Systems Chair II
Yossef Elabd

Micah Green

  • Professor, Chemical Engineering
  • Nancy and Dan Zivney '73 Faculty Fellow
  • Director of Graduate Programs, Chemical Engineering
Micah Green

Hae-Kwon Jeong

  • Professor, Chemical Engineering
  • McFerrin Professor
Hae-Kwon Jeong

Yue Kuo

  • Professor, Chemical Engineering
  • Joe M. Nesbitt Professor
Yue Kuo

Pushkar Lele

  • Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering
Pushkar Lele

Jodie Lutkenhaus

  • Professor, Chemical Engineering
  • Presidential Impact Fellow
  • Axalta Coating Systems Chair
  • Dean’s Fellow
Jodie Lutkenhaus

Jorge Seminario

  • Professor, Chemical Engineering
  • Lanatter & Herbert Fox Professor
Jorge Seminario

Sreeram Vaddiraju

  • Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering
Sreeram Vaddiraju

Victor Ugaz

  • Professor, Chemical Engineering
  • Director of Undergraduate Programs, Chemical Engineering
  • Chair, TAMU Master of Biotechnology (MBIOT) Program
  • Carolyn S. & Tommie E. Lohman '59 Professor in Engineering Education
Victor Ugaz

Qingsheng Wang

  • Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering
  • Director of Safety Engineering Program, Chemical Engineering
Qingsheng Wang

Hung-Jen Wu

  • Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering
Hung-Jen Wu