Tag: tatarchuk

Sour Power

Bruce Tatarchuk, who has long been recognized for his work in catalysis and microfiber technologies, is taking a new direction in his research that looks to bold frontiers in energy. His latest effort is literally taking place at the end of a long road – in the scrublands of Texas where oil and gas fields…




Into the Lab: Chemical Engineering

It is said one hour of sunlight hitting the Earth can run the operations of mankind for one year, and Bruce Tatarchuk, Charles E. Gavin professor of chemical engineering and director of the Center for Microfibrous Materials Manufacturing, is ready to help harness that energy. Tatarchuk received an X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) instrument from the…




Faculty Highlights – Spring/Summer 2013

From the desk of . . . Prathima Agrawal, director of Auburn’s Wireless Engineering Research and Education Center, Alireza Babaei, former post-doctoral fellow in the center, and Bijan Jabbari, professor of electrical and computer engineering at George Mason University, have received the best paper award from the Journal of Communications and Networks for their paper,…