PI: Dr. Amin Mirkouei

 

Research Funding

You can find the list of funded proposals here:

Funded Grant Proposals (Total: $1,681,758)

  • 2022, As PI: “Development of Idaho-Sourced Rare Earth Elements Drilling and Extraction,” IGEM, Idaho Dept. of Commerce (Supplemental), $92,177.
  • 2022, As PI: “Development of Idaho-Sourced Rare Earth Elements Drilling and Extraction,” IGEM, Idaho Dept. of Commerce, $348,241 (total $1,453,241). (Yahoo Finance Link)
  • 2021, As PI: “Carbonized Biomass Production and Characterization for Water Treatment System Across Aquaculture Facilities in Hagerman Valley,” United States Geological Survey Section 104(b) grant, $18,004.
  • 2020, As PI: “Engineered, Porous-Structured Biochar for Removing Phosphorus in Water: Production, Characterization, And Sustainable Treatment,” United States Geological Survey Section 104(b) grant, $44,922.(link)
  • 2019, As Co-PI: “Biochar Meta-Analysis,” Idaho State University, $5,763.
  • 2019, As PI: “ORED RISE Spring 2019 Meet Your Sponsor Grant Program,” University of Idaho, $1,500.
  • 2018, As Co-PI: “Developing Collaborative Partnerships Grant Competition for Manure-based Biochar Production and Sustainability Analysis: Soil-Plant Improvement,” Idaho State University, $49,958.
  • 2016, As Co-PI: “An Educational Module for Sustainable Additive Manufacturing,” NSF-funded Sustainable Manufacturing Advances in Research and Technology, $6,000.

Supports Received

  • 2020, As PI: “Multi-Level Chemical Fractionation Scheme to Enable In-Depth Characterization of Bio-Oil and Biochar,” National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (MagLab), free bio-oil and biochar characterization with Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance (FT-ICR).
  • 2017-Present, Educational support from Idaho National Laboratory, Micron, or other Idaho organizations or companies for 7 graduate students.
  • 2017, As PI: “Mixed Fast and Slow Pyrolysis for High Quality Bio-oil and Biochar Production,” University of Idaho, College of Engineering, $150,000.

 

Sponsors and Collaborators

 

 

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