Su Ha, associate professor in the Voiland School of Chemical Engineering and Bioengineering and director of the O.H. Reaugh Laboratory for Oil and Gas Research, has been named among the 3,200 top cited or influential scientific researchers in the world, according to Thomson Reuters.
- Dr. Ha’s research includes novel methods for efficiently converting chemical energy of fuels, including biofuels, into clean electrical energy using both metal-based nanoparticles and natural enzymes as catalysts.
- He has initiated a project for converting carbon dioxide into fuels using renewable energy such as the solar and wind power.
- He has numerous publications and holds two patents.
In This Issue
- New catalyst could improve biofuels production
- Murdock Grant to fund next-generation science at WSU
- Researchers develop unique waste cleanup
- Su Ha named top researcher
- Students win catalysis society awards
- Biofuels Research Award
- Endowed Professorship
- Voiland School Alumni Award
- Lanning Lecture