2008-2013: Oklahoma NSF EPSCoR Cellulosic Bioenergy Research Team

NSF EPSCoR Research Infrastructure Improvement Award No. EPS-0814361

The OK NSF EPSCoR Research Infrastructure Improvement Award 2008-2013, “Building Oklahoma’s Leadership Role in Cellulosic Bioenergy,”  is a multi-institutional collaborative project that includes researchers from Oklahoma State University, University of Oklahoma and Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation.  Researchers from these institutions are working together to develop efficient alternative fuels from switchgrass.

OK EPSCoR State Director
Dr. Jerry R. Malayer

Principal Investigator
Dr. Jim Wicksted
OK EPSCoR Associate Director
Curriculum Vitae

Co-principal Investigators
Dr. Ray Huhnke, Professor
Biosystems & Agricultural Engineering
Oklahoma State University
raymond.huhnke@okstate.edu

Dr. Lance Lobban, Academic Director
Chemical, Biological & Materials Engineering
University of Oklahoma
llobban@ou.edu

Research Team Members

Oklahoma State University

The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation

University of Oklahoma