Emmanuel P. Giannelis
Nanomaterials for energy and sustainability
Current Research Interest
Carbon capture; energy storage systems; water purification; oil and gas exploration and production
American Chemical Society Fellow
American Chemical Society, Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering Division, Co-operative Research Award
American Chemical Society, Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering Division Fellow
European Academy of Sciences
Qi, Genggeng, Liling Fu, and Emmanuel P. Giannelis. “Sponges with Covalently Tethered Amines for High-Efficiency Carbon Capture.” Nature Communications 5, no. 5796 (2014).
Hola, Katerina, Yu Zhang, Yu Wang, Emmanuel P. Giannelis, Radek Zboril, and Andrey L. Rogach. “Carbon Dots—Emerging Light Emitters for Bioimaging, Cancer Therapy and Optoelectronics.” Nano Today 9 (2014).