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Connor Bilchak

Connor Bilchak

REU Program 2013, Clemson University
Timezone: America/New_York

Connor is currently a rising senior at Manhattan College in Riverdale, New York.  He will graduate with his B.S. in chemical engineering in the spring of 2014, also having earned minors in both mathematics and chemistyry.  Connor hopes to remain at Manhattan College to complete his M.S. degree, after which he hopes to seek a position regarding petroleum engineering.  He aims to return to academics later in his life, with the ambition of earning a Ph.D in order to become a professor.  

Connor is a veteran of the NSF REU program, having previously participated in the Research in Science and Engineering (RiSE) program at Rutgers state university of New Jersery at Piscataway.  His research there studied the effects of branch chain amino acids on oxidative stresslevels frollow an acute inflammatory reponse.

Connor enjoys playing piano (along with numerous other instruments) as well as composing his own original music, and writing original fictional short stories.  He also enjoys running and soccer.  He currently resides in upstate New York

Poster Sessions 
Date & Time (EDT) Title Role
Friday, July 26, 2013
2:30pm - 2:50pm
Summer 2013 REU Poster: Coupling small-particle adsorbents with membranes for trace-contaminant removal in water treatment Presenter
Name Role
Coupling Small-particle Adsorbents
Coupling Small-particle Adsorbents Administrator


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