Andrew Goudy Ph.D.
Director of Center for Hydrogen Storage Research
326 Mishoe Science Center
1200 N DuPont Hwy
Dover, DE 19901
agoudy [at] desu.edu
Dr. Andrew Goudy received his BS and MS degrees in Chemistry from Indiana University of PA and a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh. He is currently Professor of Chemistry and Director of the Hydrogen Storage Research Center at Delaware State University (DSU). Before coming to DSU he was a faculty member in the Chemistry Department at West Chester University of PA for 24 years. Dr. Goudy is currently doing research with graduate and undergraduate students at DSU in the area of hydrogen storage. The Hydrogen Storage Research Center has been involved in collaborations with industries and other universities. These collaborations include the Ion Power Fuel Cell Company, the University of Pittsburgh, the University of Delaware and Carnegie Mellon University.
|Indiana University of Pennsylvania||Chemistry||B. S. 1967|
|Indiana University of Pennsylvania||Analytical Chemistry||M.S. 1971|
|University of Pittsburgh||Chemistry||Ph.D. 1976|
|2006-present||Director, Center for Hydrogen Storage Research at DSU|
|2005||Acting Dean, College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Technology, DSU|
|2001-2011||Professor and Chemistry Chair, Delaware State University, DSU|
|2001-present||Professor of Chemistry at Delaware State University|
|1986-2001||Professor, West Chester University|
|1983-1987||Chemistry Department Chair, West Chester University|
|1983-1986||Associate Professor, West Chester University|
|1977-1983||Assistant Professor, West Chester University|
Chemistry is an exciting and rewarding field of science but it can also be very demanding. Please keep up with your work. If you are having any problems in the course, please feel free to stop by my office at any time for help. I want you to succeed. When you succeed – I succeed!
Office Hours: M, W 1:00 – 2:00 PM and M, W, F 2:00 – 3:00 PM
The Center for Hydrogen Storage Research is a research institute aimed at discovering and developing novel materials that can store and release large quantities of hydrogen gas at moderate temperatures and pressures. These materials can be used on board vehicles for hydrogen fuel cell applications. The center was established in 2005 and is under the direction of Dr. Andrew Goudy, who has over 25 years of experience in this area.
PUBLICATIONS IN REFEREED JOURNALS AND PRESENTATIONS AT SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES
PHD THESES SUPERVISED
Esosa Mark Iriowen, “Adsorption of Hydrogen, Methane and Carbon Dioxide Gases in Metal-Organic Frameworks using the Sticking Efficiency Concept”, Delaware State University, 2015
Jalaal A. Hayes, “Thermodynamic and Kinetic Studies of Alkali Metal Doped Lithium Amide-Magnesium Hydride Hydrogen Storage System”, Delaware State University, 2015
S. Abidemi Orefuwa, “ A Study of an Isoreticular Metal-Organic Framework (IRMOF-8) For Gas Storage: Synthesis, Functionalization and Nanoconfinement”, Delaware State University, 2013
Tolulope Olumide Durojaiye, “Thermodynamic and Kinetic Enhancement of LiNH2-MgH2 Systems Using Non-Transition Metal Dopants for Hydrogen Storage”, Delaware State University, 2013
Adeola Ahmed Ibikunle, “Destabilized Borohydride as Potential Hydrogen Storage Materials”, Delaware State University, 2012
S. Temitope Sabitu, “Thermodynamics, Kinetics and Modeling Studies of Magnesium Hydride Enhanced by Catalysts for Hydrogen Storage Applications”, Delaware State University, 2012