Murilo Toledo Suekuni

Graduate Student
PhD in Chemical and Petreoleum Engineering (Chemical focus) In Progress
Primary office:
2447 LEEP2


Summary

Murilo Toledo Suekuni received his Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Universidade Sao Francisco, Brazil, in 2018. After his graduation, Murilo joined Dr. Alan M. Allgeier’s group to pursue his PhD studies in Chemical Engineering and work with the characterization of porous systems using Time Domain Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (TD-NMR). This exciting technique provides accurate data on the material structure, requiring minimal sample preparation and enabling the investigation of in-situ conditions. Murilo’s research interests include the application of NMR in phase behavior studies and the characterization of polymeric materials, including hydrogels; and oxides. Besides his academic experience, Murilo also has 6 years of industry background, acting in the supply chain and quality engineering sectors of food and automotive companies. Besides his current endeavors within academia, his passions also include music, running, and traveling.


Upcoming Events and Deadlines

Deadline to apply to 3MT | October 14th First Heat will take place on Thursday, October 24th 

Mark B. Shiflett Lecture on Refrigerants | Thursday, October 17th | Hancock Ballroom @ The Oread

Research Connections & Networking Event | Monday, October 21st | 11am - 12pm | 1131 Learned Hall

Special Seminar with Boelo Schurr from the University of Twente | Friday, October 25th | 1:00 - 1:50PM | 2420 LEEP2

Hospitality Suite at the Annual AIChE Conference | Sunday, November 10th | 7:30 - 9:30PM | Blue Spring Room, Hyatt Regency Orlando

Nick Reding's Final Thesis Defense | Monday, November 25th | 9:00 - 10:00AM | 1 Eaton (Dean's Conference Room)


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