Associate Director, CEM Research Institute
- Carbon Management, Hydrogen Production, Advanced Combustion, Air Pollution
Monday to Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Junior Nasah is the Associate Director of the Energy and Minerals Innovation Center, one of the research centers of the College of Engineering & Mines Research Institute. Mr. Nasah has over ten years' experience in applied research management including projects focused on carbon management. His areas of expertise include cardon dioxide capture, specifically sorbent-based capture, chemical looping for hydrogen production and coal combustion and aerosol fouling and mitigation. Mr. Nasah is also experienced in emissions sampling technologies for particulates and gas, and has led multiple sampling campaigns at fossil-fired power plants.
Carbon management (post and pre-combustion capture, direct air capture)
Advanced Combustion Systems (Chemical Looping for hydrogen production, combustion and gasification)
Clean Coal technologies
Natural gas flaring mitigation
University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering, 2012
University of Buea, Buea, Cameroon, B.Sc. in Chemistry, 2007
2022 - Present: Associate Director, UND Energy and Minerals Innovation Center (formerly IES)
2019 - 2022: Research Manager, UND Institute for Energy Studies (IES)
2013 - 2019: Research Engineer, UND Institute for Energy Studies (IES)