Demirocak, Dervis Emre

Personnel Profile

Demirocak, Dervis Emre, Ph.D., Assistant Professor

Demirocak, Dervis Emre, Ph.D.

Education

Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, University of South Florida, USA, May 2013

M.S. Mechanical Engineering, Middle East Technical University, Turkey, Oct 2008

B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Middle East Technical University, Turkey, June 2005

Research Interests

My research interests broadly comprise developing advanced materials and elucidating the fundamental mechanisms for renewable/clean energy, energy storage and heat transfer applications. More specifically;

  • Hydrogen storage

  • Carbon capture and storage

  • Li-ion batteries

  • Solar thermal technologies

Recent Publications

  • DE Demirocak, B Bhushan. Probing the aging effects on nanomechanical properties of a LiFePO4 cathode in a large format prismatic cell. Journal of Power Sources, 2015, 280, 256-62.

  • DE Demirocak, B Bhushan. In-situ atomic force microscopy analysis of morphology and particle size changes in LiFePO4 cathode. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 2014, 423, 151-7.

  • DE Demirocak, MK Ram, SS Srinivasan, DY Goswami, EK Stefanakos. A novel nitrogen rich porous aromatic framework for hydrogen and carbon dioxide storage. Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2013, 1(44), 13800-6.

  • DE Demirocak, SS Srinivasan, MK Ram, JN Kuhn, R Muralidharan, X Li, DY Goswami, EK Stefanakos, Reversible Hydrogen Storage in the Li-Mg-N-H System – The effects of Ru doped single walled carbon nanotubes on NH3 emission and kinetics. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2013, 38(24), 10039–49.

  • DE Demirocak, SS Srinivasan, MK Ram, DY Goswami, EK Stefanakos, Volumetric Hydrogen Sorption Measurements − Uncertainty error analysis and the importance of thermal equilibration time, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2012, 38(3), 1469–77.

  • DE Demirocak, MK Ram, SS Srinivasan, A Kumar, DY Goswami, EK Stefanakos, Spillover enhancement for hydrogen storage by Pt doped hypercrosslinked polystyrene. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2012, 37(12), 12402-10.

Contact Information

The Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
ENGC 352
MSC 191 Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Kingsville, Texas 78363-8202
voice: (361) 593-2029
fax:
email: dervis.demirocak@tamuk.edu
Personal Website:

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