Mark Shiflett

School of Engineering - Chemical & Petroleum Engineering
Foundation Distinguished Professor
Primary office:
785-864-4965
Learned Hall
Room 4165B
University of Kansas
1520 W. 15th Street
Lawrence, KS 66045


Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Chemical Engineering, University of Delaware

Master of Science, Chemical Engineering, University of Delaware

Bachelor of Science, Chemical Engineering, North Carolina State University

Research

Research interests include development of sustainable, energy efficient processes and products. Current examples include: ionic liquids for separations, clathrate hydrates for desalination, microbial fuel cells and security markers. Areas of specialization: thermodynamic and transport measurements and modeling; kinetics, reaction engineering, nanoporous materials.


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