An article by Patrick Brennan published in Energy Technology has been named one of the top articles of the year in the publication’s “Best of 2017.” The article is titled “Effect of Post‐Functionalization Conditions on the Carbon Dioxide Adsorption Properties of Aminosilane‐Grafted Zirconia/Titania/Silica‐Poly(amide‐imide) Composite Hollow Fiber Sorbents.”
The “best of 2017” ranking is based on downloads and the opinions and feedback of the editorial office of the journal. As a result of this selection, the article is free to access on Wiley Online Library until the end of 2018.
Brennan, who earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering in 2017, was an undergraduate research assistant in the department of chemical and biochemical engineering. He worked under the supervision of Dr. Fateme Rezaei, assistant professor, and Dr. Ali Rownaghi, assistant teaching professor. Brennan was a fellow in the Opportunities for Undergraduate Research Experiences (OURE) program and won the first place at S&T’s undergraduate research conference in 2016.