Thomas H Epps III

Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering

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  • Research focuses primarily on designing, building and characterizing new polymers.
  • Works in materials design and fabrication to create conducting membranes for current and next-generation energy generation and storage devices, such as batteries, fuel cells and solar cells.
  • Winner of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers and the Air Force Young Investigator Award.
  • Can discuss block copolymers, solution assembly, nanostructured materials, scattering, electron microscopy and thermodynamics.

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Thomas and Kip Gutshall Associate Professor, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Associate Professor, Materials Science

UDaily Articles:
Epps, DuPont receive NSF funding to develop new approach to manufacture nanostructured arrays
UD researchers demonstrate that processing can affect size of nanocarriers for targeted drug delivery
University community reports recent awards, panels, presentations
UD's Epps invited participant at EU-US Frontiers in Engineering Symposium
Epps among PECASE recipients honored at White House
Prof. Epps selected to attend NAE 'Frontiers of Engineering'
Chemical engineering prof receives NSF Career Award

nano, polymer, engineering, solar, fuel cells