People

Faculty

Prof. Karl HammondKarl D. Hammond
Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering
Assistant Professor, Nuclear Engineering Program

 

W2017 Lafferre Hall
Columbia, MO 65211

http://engineers.missouri.edu/hammondk


The Group

group photo

The group just prior to the end of the Spring 2018 semester. (Absent: Cannon Hackett)


Graduate Students

Amir Mehdi Mofrad
Ph.D. student, chemical engineering
Computational spectroscopy in zeolites

A. Rafi M. Iasir
Ph.D. Student, nuclear engineering
Simulation of heat transfer and mass transfer in alternative nuclear fission fuels

Andrea A. Saltos
Ph.D. Student, nuclear engineering
Simulation of the properties of alternative nuclear fission fuels

Brandon Laufer
Ph.D. student, chemical engineering
Hydrogen retention and transport in fusion materials

Undergraduate Students

Ian Naeger
Senior, computer engineering
Visualization of plasma-facing materials simulations

Zachary Valleroy
Junior, chemical engineering
Modeling ion scattering of adsorbed hydrogen on tungsten

James Congdon
Senior, chemical engineering
Modeling of adsorption and catalysis in nitrided zeolites

Michael Barton
Senior, chemical engineering
Simulation of krypton storage and transport in zeolites

Former Research Group Members

Joshua MacGregor, B.S., chemical engineering, 2015: Modeling of hydrogen adsorption on fusion-relevant materials

Gabriel Ort, B.S., biochemistry, 2018 (anticipated): Visualization of plasma-facing materials simulations

Kaylee Libbert, B.S. chemical engineering, 2018: Simulation of radiation damage in fission materials

Chase Skawinski, B.S., chemical engineering, 2017: Helium transport in fusion materials near grain boundaries

Marissa Zirges, B.S., chemical engineering, 2017: Simulation of helium transport in fusion materials

Maria de Almeida Monteiro, exchange student, chemical engineering, 2015: Adsorption in microporous materials

Anqi Zhang, B.S., chemical engineering, 2016: Helium transport in fusion materials near grain boundaries

Jiasen Guo, M.S., chemical engineering, 2017: Simulation of the vibrational spectra of zeolites using classical methods

Cannon Hackett, B.S., chemical engineering, 2017: Adsorption in microporous materials; krypton diffusion in sodalite

Zhuocen Yang, M.S., nuclear engineering, 2018: Helium transport near grain boundaries in fusion materials

Valerie Wilson, B.S., chemical engineering, 2018: Iodine adsorption on carbonaceous materials

Jason Ogle, B.S., chemical engineering (anticipated): Assessment of risk due to valve failure in nuclear power plants

Derek Ruff, B.S., chemical engineering, 2018: Analysis of molecular simulation data

Parker Schellenberg, B.S., chemical engineering, Missouri S&T, 2019 (anticipated): Synthesis and characterization of zeolites for optical applications