Welcome to the Dispersed Nanomaterials lab at Texas A&M University.
Our group studies novel nanomaterials such as carbon nanotubes, inorganic nanorods, and graphene. These nanomaterials hold great potential as the basis for a variety of high-performance multifunctional materials.
Our research focuses on understanding the processing and engineering of nanomaterials in the liquid phase for use in multifunctional composites and films. Areas of interest include polymer-nanomaterial interfacial studies, microstructure-rheology coupling, nanomaterial morphology evolution, and scalable nanomaterial manufacturing. Our group aims to lead in bringing a chemical engineering perspective to bear on the field of nanomaterials processing.