Chemonics is an independent company that, at least partially, delivers medicine throughout Africa. A significant problem that they encounter is the temperature of the medicine. Lack of transportation and storage technologies become a problem when trying to store and transport the medicine. This project aims to address temperature control of medicine as it is transported and stored where the outside temperature is hotter than its ideal storage temperature. To reach this goal, Chemonics (the community partner) will take temperature data on several trucks and shipping routes throughout Mozambique, Africa.

Team Members

Chad Barner, Senior, Chemical Engineering


Community PartnerScott Dubin, and Ariell Ziegler, of Chemonics

Others Involved: Dulce Vasquez and Robb Olivieri at ASU Tempe