Accelerated Materials Development in Flow
Welcome to the Abolhasani Lab
Our multidisciplinary research group is primarily focused on studies of autonomous flow chemistry strategies to accelerate the development of solution-processed materials for energy and chemical technologies. We envision such autonomous materials development strategies can accelerate our efforts towards addressing the most pervasive challenge of the modern world: Meeting a rapidly growing global energy demand while preserving the environment. To meet these goals, we study the fundamentals of process intensification using microreaction engineering concepts and principles of “smart” manufacturing.
02/12/21- Congratulations to Zach! He has been selected as the NCSU CBE department's Vivian T. Stannett Graduate Award for Outstanding Early Publication runner up
01/20/21- Congratulations to Zach and Suyong! Their recent paper, Continuous Flow Solar Desorption of CO2 from Aqueous Amines, is accepted for publication in ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering.
11/26/20- Our recent collaborative paper with the Kwon group at Texas A&M, Multiscale Modeling and Optimal Operation of Millifluidic Synthesis of Perovskite Quantum Dots: Towards Size-Controlled Continuous Manufacturing is accepted for publication in Chemical Engineering Journal.
11/16/20- Congratulations to Kameel, Robbie, Fazel, and Suyong! Their recent paper, Self-Driven Multi-Step Quantum Dot Synthesis Enabled by Autonomous Robotic Experimentation in Flow, is accepted for publication in Advanced Intelligent Systems.
11/29/20 - 12/04/20- We will be attending the 2020 MRS Fall Meeting in Boston, MA.
11/15/20 - 11/20/20- We will be attending the 2020 AIChE Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA.
04/13/20 - 04/17/20- We will be attending the 2020 MRS Spring Meeting in Phoenix, AZ.
03/22/20 - 03/26/20- We will be attending the 2020 ACS Spring Meeting in Philadelphia, PA.
AIChE Journal Looks to the Future: The AIChE Journal’s annual Futures Issue explores the latest developments in chemical engineering through the eyes of the early-career researchers who contributed their pioneering works.