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G.M. Geise, B.D. Freeman, D.R. Paul, "Fundamental water and salt transport properties of polymeric materials", Progress in Polymer Science, 39 (2014) 1-42.

G.M. Geise, H.B. Park, A.C. Sagle, B.D. Freeman, J.E. McGrath, "Water permeability and water/salt selectivity tradeoff in polymers for desalination", Journal of Membrane Science, 369 (2011) 130-138.

G.M. Geise, M.A. Hickner, B.E. Logan, "Ionic resistance and permselectivity tradeoffs in anion exchange membranes", ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 5 (2013) 10294-10301.

G.M. Geise, M.A. Hickner, B.E. Logan, "Ammonium bicarbonate transport in anion exchange membranes for salinity gradient energy", ACS Macro Letters, 2 (2013) 814-817.

G.M. Geise, A.J. Curtis, M.C. Hatzell, M.A. Hickner, B.E. Logan, "Effect of salt concentration differences on membrane and reverse electrodialysis stack ionic resistances", Environmental Science & Technology Letters, 1 (2014) 36-39.

G.M. Geise, L.P. Falcon, B.D. Freeman, D.R. Paul, "Sodium chloride sorption in sulfonated polymers for membrane applications", Journal of Membrane Science, 423-424 (2012) 195-208.

G.M. Geise, C.L. Willis, C.M. Doherty, A.J. Hill, T.J. Bastow, J. Ford, K.I. Winey, B.D. Freeman, D.R. Paul, "Characterization of aluminum-neutralized sulfonated styrenic pentablock copolymer films", Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 52(3) (2013) 1056-1068.

G.M. Geise, H.–S. Lee, D.J. Miller, B.D. Freeman, J.E. McGrath, D.R. Paul, "Water purification by membranes: The role of polymer science", Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, 48 (2010) 1685-1718.


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Assistant Professor
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(434) 924-6248
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Department of Chemical Engineering

The University of Virginia

102 Engineers' Way

P.O. Box 400741

Charlottesville, VA 22904-4741

D. Geoffrey Geise

Ph.D. The University of Texas at Austin (2012)
M.S.E. The University of Texas at Austin (2010)
B.S. The Pennsylvania State University (2007)

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Energy & the Environment
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Macromolecular engineering for separations and clean energy, water purification, membrane design, ion and water transport, polymer science.