Doctoral Student Wins Prestigious Award For Work With Precious Metals
Song received the award for her dedication to two research projects involving precious metals. For her first and primary project, Song works with her faculty advisor Lars Grabow’s research group to identify higher activity diesel oxidation catalysts that can help reduce harmful emissions from low temperature combustion (LTC) engines. The research group, which is sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the Department of Energy, includes chemical engineering professors Vemuri Balakotaiah, Bill Epling and Dan Luss. The group also includes Michael Harold, M.D. Anderson Professor and chemical and biomolecular engineering department chair.