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CHEMICAL AND ELECTROCHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION LABORATORY

Founded by Prof. Gerardine G. Botte

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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"

Gerri Botte

LATEST NEWS

COVID-19 Sensor

Texas Tech Professor Invents Game-Changing Ultra Rapid COVID-19 Sensor (The Good Men Project) – College of Engineering | Chemical Engineering | Geri Botte

 COVID-19 Sensor showcased on The Good Men Project

New Members

Dr. Fei Lu, Dr. Christian  Alvarez Pugliese, Mr. Dipu Saha and Mrs. Jessica Alexandra Ortega Ramos joined to CETI-Lab in Spring 2021 Semester

Dr. Lu, Dr. Pugliese, Mr. Saha and Mrs. Ramos joined to CETI-Lab

Invited Speaker

Dr. Gerri Botte is giving a talk at Northwestern University on 05/27/2021 

Dr. Gerri Botte is giving a talk at Northwestern University on 05/27/2021 

Advanced Personal Protective Equipment for Airbone Viruses

Electrochemical Upcycling of Plastics

Wastewater Treatment For Removal Of Ammonia And Nitrates

Hydrogen and Chemicals Production From Biomass

Thermal Batteries (Molten Salt Batteries)

Electrolysis of Solid Fuels and Harvesting of Rare Earth Elements

Sludge Revalorization

Electrochemical Microbial Sensors

Electrochemical Sensors

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807 Canton Ave. Lubbock 79409 TX

gerri.botte@ttu.edu

806.834.8187

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