2 Campuses, 1 Mission
The Gas and Fuels Research Center’s key objective is to lead the integrated research activities and provide Texas A&M University resources to support shale gas and natural gas exploration, production and monetization activities both in the United States and in Qatar.
Message from the GFRC Director
Welcome to the Gas and Fuels Research Center (GFRC)! The GFRC is a Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) center that has been created to provide research, educational, and outreach services in the area of gas and fuels. These activities and services support the substantial growth shale and natural gas exploration, production, processing, and monetization, especially in the United States and in Qatar.
Selma Atilhan, Ph.D.
Dr. Selma Atilhan obtained both her MSc (May-2007) and PhD (December-2011) from the Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, USA. Her initial research interest during her MSc studies included DFT and MD simulations of nano-materials and their physical and chemical property estimations. She studied nano-clay systems and their CO2 capture performances in a recent study. Read More…