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Mark Fedkin

Assistant Research Professor

Affiliation(s):

  • Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

219 Academic Project Building

mvf3@psu.edu

814-865-795

Research Areas:

Interest Areas:

Surface chemistry, electrochemistry.

 
 

 

Education

Publications

Research Projects

  • March 2016 - September 2018, "Development of ReaxFF potentials for CO2/silica/carbonate/carbon interactions," (Sponsor: Battelle - Oak Ridge National Laboratory).
  • August 2015 - November 2017, "ARL CRA Battery - 2015 Congressional Plus-Up," (Sponsor: Utah, University of).
  • October 2015 - September 2016, "Development of ReaxFF potentials for CO2/silica/carbonate/carbon interactions," (Sponsor: Battelle - Oak Ridge National Laboratory).
  • March 2013 - August 2013, "Development of Halogen and Mg-ReaxFF parameters," (Sponsor: Scientific Computing & Modelling).
  • April 2011 - June 2013, "Structure and Dynamics of Earth Materials, Interfaces and Reactions," (Sponsor: Battelle - Oak Ridge National Laboratory).
  • April 2011 - March 2013, "Structure and Dynamics of Earth Materials, Interfaces and Reactions," (Sponsor: Battelle - Oak Ridge National Laboratory).
  • April 2011 - September 2013, "Structure and Dynamics of Earth Materials, Interfaces and Reactions," (Sponsor: Battelle - Oak Ridge National Laboratory).
  • March 2010 - September 2012, "Development of an Electrolyzer Design - Amendment to Subcontract Number: 0F-33442," (Sponsor: Argonne National Laboratory).
  • March 2010 - September 2012, "Development of an Electrolyzer Design - Amendment to Subcontract Number: 0F-33442," (Sponsor: Argonne National Laboratory).
  • March 2010 - September 2012, "Development of an Electrolyzer Design - Amendment to Subcontract Number: 0F-33442," (Sponsor: Argonne National Laboratory).
  • April 2010 - March 2012, "Nanoscale Complexity Oxide/Water Interface," (Sponsor: Battelle - Oak Ridge National Laboratory).
  • April 2010 - March 2012, "Nanoscale Complexity Oxide/Water Interface," (Sponsor: Battelle - Oak Ridge National Laboratory).
  • September 2007 - August 2012, "Development of Nanoelectrophoresis Cell for Studying the Surface Properties of Minerals in Hydrothermal Environments," (Sponsor: National Science Foundation).
  • January 2011 - March 2012, "Electrochemical In-situ Monitoring of Metal Degradation in Carbon Sequestration Processes," (Sponsor: URS Corporation).
  • January 2011 - November 2011, "Electrochemical In-situ Monitoring of Metal Degradation in Carbon Sequestration Processes," (Sponsor: URS Corporation).
  • January 2011 - November 2011, "Electrochemical In-situ Monitoring of Metal Degradation in Carbon Sequestration Processes," (Sponsor: URS Corporation).
  • January 2011 - November 2011, "Electrochemical In-situ Monitoring of Metal Degradation in Carbon Sequestration Processes," (Sponsor: URS Corporation).
  • January 2011 - November 2011, "Electrochemical In-situ Monitoring of Metal Degradation in Carbon Sequestration Processes," (Sponsor: AECOM (was URS Corporation)).
  • January 2011 - November 2011, "Electrochemical In-situ Monitoring of Metal Degradation in Carbon Sequestration Processes," (Sponsor: URS Corporation).
  • January 2011 - December 2011, "Modeling of CO2 Water Rock Interactions (Experimental Modeling of Phase Equilibria in CO2-Brine-Rock Systems)," (Sponsor: URS Corporation).
  • January 2011 - November 2011, "Modeling of CO2 Water Rock Interactions (Experimental Modeling of Phase Equilibria in CO2-Brine-Rock Systems)," (Sponsor: URS Corporation).
  • January 2011 - November 2011, "Modeling of CO2 Water Rock Interactions (Experimental Modeling of Phase Equilibria in CO2-Brine-Rock Systems)," (Sponsor: URS Corporation).
  • January 2011 - November 2011, "Modeling of CO2 Water Rock Interactions (Experimental Modeling of Phase Equilibria in CO2-Brine-Rock Systems)," (Sponsor: URS Corporation).
  • January 2011 - November 2011, "Modeling of CO2 Water Rock Interactions (Experimental Modeling of Phase Equilibria in CO2-Brine-Rock Systems)," (Sponsor: URS Corporation).
  • January 2011 - November 2011, "Modeling of CO2 Water Rock Interactions (Experimental Modeling of Phase Equilibria in CO2-Brine-Rock Systems)," (Sponsor: AECOM (was URS Corporation)).
  • January 2011 - November 2011, "Electrochemical Evaluation of LMA-SOFC Performance," (Sponsor: URS Corporation).
  • January 2011 - November 2011, "Electrochemical Evaluation of LMA-SOFC Performance," (Sponsor: AECOM (was URS Corporation)).
  • January 2011 - December 2011, "Electrochemical Evaluation of LMA-SOFC Performance," (Sponsor: URS Corporation).
  • November 2000 - April 2010, "Nanoscale Complexity Oxide-Water Interface," (Sponsor: Battelle - Oak Ridge National Laboratory).
  • November 2000 - March 2010, "Nanoscale Complexity Oxide-Water Interface," (Sponsor: Battelle - Oak Ridge National Laboratory).
  • January 2010 - June 2010, "NETL Studies - Serguei Lvov:i Corosion," (Sponsor: URS Corporation).
  • January 2010 - May 2010, "NETL Studies - Serguei Lvov:i Corosion," (Sponsor: URS Corporation).
  • January 2010 - December 2010, "NETL Studies: Corrosion Experiments for Determining the Effects of CO2 Transport in Pipelines," (Sponsor: URS Corporation).
  • January 2010 - November 2010, "NETL Studies: Corrosion Experiments for Determining the Effects of CO2 Transport in Pipelines," (Sponsor: URS Corporation).
  • September 2007 - August 2008, "Development of Nanoelectrophoresis Cell for Studying the Surface Properties of Minerals in Hydrothermal Environments," (Sponsor: National Science Foundation).
  • June 2006 - August 2006, "Comparative Evaluation of an Alternate Thermochemical Cycle for Producing Hydrogen," (Sponsor: Argonne National Laboratory).
  • June 2006 - October 2006, "Comparative Evaluation of an Alternate Thermochemical Cycle for Producing Hydrogen," (Sponsor: Argonne National Laboratory).

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The Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering at Penn State is one of the nation’s largest and most successful engineering departments. We serve more than 1,000 undergraduate students and more than 330 graduate students

We offer B.S. degrees in mechanical engineering and nuclear engineering as well as resident (M.S., Ph.D.) and online (M.S., M.Eng.) graduate degrees in nuclear engineering and mechanical engineering. MNE's strength is in offering hands-on experience in highly relevant research areas, such as energy, homeland security, biomedical devices, and transportation systems.

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