• Adsorbent materials including metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), carbons, and composites
  • Fibers functionalized with nanostructures and quantum dots
  • Surface chemistry.

The Glover Research Group studies adsorbent materials, fibers functionalized with nanostructures, and related surface chemistry.  The Group has expertise building novel adsorbents, such as MOFs, carbons, and composites, and works to characterize both the thermodynamic capacities and mass transfer properties of these materials.  The Group’s work on fibers has focused on functionalizing both natural and synthetic fibers with gold, nanoparticles, quantum dots, MOFs, and other structures

Chemical Engineering
PhD, Vanderbilt University, Chemical Engineering, 2008
BS, Georgia Institute of Technology, Chemical Engineering, 2003