Research focuses on the use of carbon nanotubes for environmental applications and chemical/biological sensors. Current research projects investigate the use of carbon nanotubes to tailor adsorption systems for isolation and/or removal of organic and inorganic compounds from aqueous regimes (e.g. groundwater). Research efforts involve analysis of batch and packed column systems using mathematical models to develop a fundamental understanding of experimental results.
Reginald Rogers Jr., PhD, Assistant Professor
Phone: (585) 475-4157