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The Gene and Linda Voiland School of Chemical Engineering and Bioengineering

Faculty & Staff

Oscar Marin-Flores, PhD

Oscar Marin Flores

Oscar Marin-Flores, Ph.D.
Assistant Research Professor

Biomass conversion, hydrogen production for fuel cells applications via reforming of liquid fuels, direct solid oxide fuel cells, mathematical modeling of fuel cell systems, photocatalytic/electrochemical processes for CO2 mitigation

Office: 235A Wegner Hall 📞509-335-1361

The Gene and Linda Voiland
School of Chemical Engineering and Bioengineering
1505 Stadium Way, Room 105
P.O. Box 646515
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-6515

Research Interests

  • Hydrogen production for fuel cell applications via reforming of liquid fuels.
  • Direct solid oxide fuel cells.
  • Mathematical modeling of fuel cell systems.
  • Photocatalytic/Electrochemical processes for CO2 mitigation.
  • Biomass conversion.

Education

  • Ph.D., Chemical Engineering – Washington State University, Pullman, WA [Dissertation: Study of the properties of molybdenum compounds for the catalytic oxidation of logistic fuels.] – 2009
  • M.S., Chemical Engineering – Washington State University, Pullman, WA [Dissertation: Desorption of carbon tetrachloride from mesoporous silica particles.] – 2004
  • B.S., Chemical Engineering – National University of Engineering, Lima, Peru [Dissertation: Implementation of an industrial network for the supervision of a chemical engineering laboratory.] – 1990

Awards

  • Kokes Award Recipient
    North American Catalysis Society, 21st NAM Conference, San Francisco, CA, Jun 2009.
  • First Place – Oral Presentations
    2009 WSU Annual Chemical Engineering Exposition, Pullman, WA, Apr 2009.
  • First Place – Oral Presentations
    WSU Annual Chemical Engineering Exposition, Pullman, WA, Apr 2007.
  • Second Place – Poster Session
    2004 WSU Annual Chemical Engineering Exposition, Pullman, WA, Apr 2004.
  • Third Place – Poster Session
    2003 WSU Annual Chemical Engineering Exposition, Pullman, WA, Apr 2003.