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Graduating and Alumni Students

Graduate students

 1. Sagar Gade, is from Maharashtra, India. He received a Bachelor of Technology (2000-04) and Master of Technology (2004-06) in Surface Coating Technology from Institute of chemical Technology, (formerly UDCT), Mumbai. He worked as Senior Chemist with Behr Paints (2006-08) at Masco Coating Research Center, India. He is enrolled with Chemistry Department at Missouri S&T in Fall 2008 for Ph.D. program and working with Dr. Van De Mark. His Research interests are eco-friendly coatings, application of organometallic and use of renewable resources in coatings. To see Sagar’s resume click Here. He can be reached at svgwcc@mst.edu.

2. Ameya Natu, is from Mumbai, India. He finished his Bachelor’s in Surface Coatings Technology (2005-09) from Institute of Chemical Technology, (formerly UDCT), Mumbai. He is enrolled with the Chemistry department at Missouri S&T since Fall 2009 and working on his PhD under Dr. Michael Van De Mark at the Coatings Institute. His research expertise include rheology and surface tension study of polymeric nano-particles and colloids for application in polymers and coatings, developing novel catalyst systems for acrylic-melamine resin and formulating novel zero-VOC coatings. To see Ameya’s resume click Here. He can be reached at amnk68@mst.edu

 


Undergraduate students

1. Matt Patterson, is an undergraduate student expected to graduate in May 2014, is interested in organic synthesis and polymer chemistry. Relevant coursework includes Organic I & II, Analytic I, Intermediate Organic II, and Chemistry & Inherent Properties of Polymers. Matt is currently conducting research under Dr. Reddy on the efficacy of silver-copper nanoparticles in catalyzed Suzuki and Heck reactions in an effort to potentially replace much more expensive palladium-based catalysts. To see Matt's resume click Here

2. Brian Hahn, is an undergraduate student expected to graduate in May 2014.  Brian is a junior in chemical engineering with a minor in material science. He is active on the ChemE Car team and in the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). To see Brian’s resume click Here

 


Alumni Students

 

 

 


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