Energy and environmental science and engineering; multiphase chemical interactions; carbon transformations; fluid-surface interactions
Current Research Interest
Addressing the question “How do we meet our energy and resource needs while limiting detrimental impacts on the environment and climate?” by advancing fundamental science associated with fluid-solid interactions and transformative decarbonization technologies at the nexus of climate-environment-energy
Early Career Research Program Award, Department of Energy Office of Basic Energy Sciences
Army Research Office Young Investigator Program Award
Cornell Engineering Research Excellence Award
Sabic Young Professional Award, American Institute of Chemical Engineers Particle Technology Forum
Gadikota, Greeshma. “Multiphase Carbon Mineralization for the Reactive Separation of CO2 and Directed Synthesis of H2.” Nature Reviews Chemistry 4, no. 2 (2020): 78–89.
Mohammed, Sohaib, Meishen Liu, and Greeshma Gadikota. “Resolving the Organization of CO2 Molecules Confined in Silica Nanopores Using In Situ Small-Angle Neutron Scattering and Molecular Dynamics Simulations.” Environmental Science: Nano 8, no. 7 (2021): 2006–2018.