CHEMICAL AND ELECTROCHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION LABORATORY
Founded by Prof. Gerardine G. Botte
Texas Tech University
Department of Chemical Engineering
Electrochemical Innovation for Process Intensification
ABOUT THE CETI-LAB
The CETI-LAB was established by Prof. Gerardine (Gerri) Botte in August of 2019 when she joined the Chemical Engineering Department at Texas Tech University as Professor and the Whitacre Department Chair in Chemical Engineering. CETI’s mission is to integrate electrochemical engineering technology and fundamentals into chemical and biochemical processes to enable sustainable and distributed manufacturing of chemicals and materials, process intensification, energy/air/water sustainability, technologies for deep space exploration, and biomedical devices.
“We use electrochemical engineering as a platform. We collaborate with academics, industry, and multiple stakeholders to enable transformational and out of the box solutions to address grand challenges"
Latest interview with Lauren of Good Morning San Diego show on where she discusses the ongoing efforts being taken at CETI-Lab on indoor air quality monitoring for SARS-CoV-2 detection to provide a safe space for people.
Dr. Gerri Botte interviews live on San Diego show on where she discusses the ongoing efforts being taken at CETI-Lab
UFC-19 is at I-Corps
Kickoff (online): January 12 - 15 (afternoon start January 12)
Web Sessions (online): Wednesdays 1 - 4pm ET January 20, 27, February 3, 10, 17
Lessons Learned (online): February 22 - 23 (noon start February 22)
Dr. Botte and Ashwin participating an I-Corps National, Winter 2021 Cohort
Paper entitled "Rapid electrochemical detection of Escherichia coli using nickel oxidation reaction on a rotating disk electrode" by Ashwin Ramanujam and Gerardine G. Botte” is now online and can be accessed for free.
Rapid electrochemical detection of E-coli using nickel oxidation reaction on a RDE