Qaboos Imran

Doctoral Student

220 S 33rd St
Towne 349
Philadelphia, PA, 19104


2018 – Present – Visiting Student – University of Pennsylvania

2015 – Present – Ph.D. Candidate in Chemical Engineering – Yale University

2012 – 2014 – B.S.E Chemical Engineering – University of Michigan – Ann Arbor

Current Research

Development of new thin-film fabrication techniques to enable real-world applications of self-assembled liquid-crystalline mesophases exhibiting uniform nanofeatures on the order of 1-2 nanometers.

Previous Research

Construction and operation of lab- and pilot-scale Anaerobic Membrane Bioreactors (AnMBRs) for simultaneous wastewater treatment and energy recovery – supervised by Prof. Lutgarde Raskin (University of Michigan)

Monte-Carlo simulations on 2-D lattices to study universal properties of wrapping percolation clusters/hulls – supervised by Prof. Robert Ziff (University of Michigan)