Professors David Sholl and Ryan Lively of Georgia Tech’s School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (ChBE) said it started as a pretty generic request from the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters to provide a video with their paper. [read more]
The Lively Lab
Aug 2017, Dong-Yeun, Erkang, Melinda, and Yao all delivered talks at ICOM 2017. See the picture here.
July 2017, Dong-Yeun Koh has accepted a position as Assistant Professor in Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering at KAIST. Congratulations, Dong-Yeun! We wish you all the best."
May 2017, Brian's paper has been selected as a highlight on the cover of Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. Congrats! See the cover here.
Apr 2017, Dr. Lively was named to Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research's "2017 Class of Influential Researchers. Read the paper here.
Mar 2017, Dr. Lively and Dr. Sholl just published a commentary in Nature Materials. Check it out here.
Feb 2017, Dr. Lively has won a 2017 Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award from the National Science Foundation. Read more!
Feb 2017, Melinda just published a paper on PIM-1 hollow fiber spinning in Journal of Membrane Science. Check it out here.
Feb 2017, Dr. Lively has been selected to receive the 2017 3M Non-Tenured Faculty Award from the 3M Corporation! Congrats!
Nov 2016, Brian's first paper has been published in Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. Check it out here.
Oct 2016, The Lively Lab has grown! Hye Youn Jang is the group's newest graduate student.
Sep 2016, Simon just published an article in Chemistry of Materials! Check it out here.
Aug 2016, Dong-Yeun just published an article in Science! Check it out here.
Aug 2016, The Lively Lab is hosting Prof. Eric Favre, a visiting scholar from Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Industries Chimiques (ENSIC).
July 2016, The Lively Lab is hosting Yun-Ho Ahn, a visiting student from KAIST.
Jun 2016, Guanghui's first paper has been published in Chem. Eur. J. Check it out here.
Apr 2016, The Lively Lab has grown! Tianmiao Lai is the group's newest post-doc.
Apr 2016, Dr. Sholl and Dr. Lively just published a short commentary article in Nature regarding the world-wide importance of chemical separations. Check it out here.
Apr 2016, Dr. Lively and Dr. Realff just published a new article in AIChE. Check it out here.
Apr 2016, Melinda participated in the 2016 Excellence in Polymer Graduate Research Symposium at the 2016 Spring ACS Meeting.
Mar 2016, David Umo has won the Presidential Undergraduate Research Award for 2016! Congrats!
Mar 2016, Dr. Lively has won the 2016 CETL/BP Junior Faculty Teaching Excellence Award!
Feb 2016, The Lively Lab has grown! Eric Moschetta is the newest post-doc in the Lively Lab
Jan 2016, The Lively Lab has grown! Richelle Lyndon is the newest post-doc in the Lively Lab
Dec 2015, Simon's research was just published in ACS Macro Letters! [read]
Oct 2015, The Lively Lab has received two DOE grants focusing on rapid pressure swing adsorption separations. Story.
Oct 2015, The Lively Lab has grown! Stephen DeWitt, Yao Ma, Fengyi Zhang and Leo Chiang are the newest graduate students to join the team
Oct 2015, Dr. Lively gave the departmental seminar at the University of Florida's Chemical Engineering Department.
Aug 2015, Dr. Lively gave an invited talk at the 2015 Gordon Research Conference on Nanoporous Materials & Their Applications
Aug 2015, Melinda's first article on her research has been published in Macromolecules [read]
Aug 2015, Melinda successfully passed her Ph.D proposal--congrats!
July 2015, Brian successfully passed his Ph.D proposal--congrats!
June 2015, Melinda gave a presentation titled "Sorption and diffusion of organic vapors into PIM-1 and the effects of methanol conditioning" at the 2015 Meeting of the North American Membrane Society
May 2015, Dr. Lively presented a seminar at Zhejiang University titled "Enabling scalable & energy efficient molecular separations via hollow fiber spinning of advanced materials"
May 2015, Eunsun Choi has received a PURA award for her summer research. Congrats!
May 2015, Dr. Koh and Dr. Lively contributed to the "News & Views" in the May 2015 issue of Nature Nanotechnology [read]