LTC Burpo is an Academy Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Life Science. He teaches CH473 Biochemistry, CH479 Methods & Applications of Biotechnology, and CH489/490 Individual Research I & II. He serves as the department strategic communications director and is a research affiliate at the Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Publication history is not available at this time.
Our research group conducts the interdisciplinary application of chemistry, chemical engineering, and biological sciences to address the Army's materials engineering challenges. The current research focus is the development of multi-functional materials that possess both electrochemical and mechanical properties for lightweight energy storage applications. Using a biotemplating approach allows us to synthesize three-dimensional porous structures with tunable element length, diameter, porosity, and material type. The resulting architectures provide scalable free-standing films that may be used to simultaneously construct and power devices at multiple length scales.
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