Journal of Chemical and Process Engineering

Editorial Board (JCPE)

Mingheng Li
Mingheng Li
Professor
California State Polytechnic University
United States
Biography
Dr. Mingheng Li is working as a Professor, Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.
Publications
Professor
California State Polytechnic University
United States
Research Interest
Research interests include process systems engineering with applications to energy, water and environment.
Kecheng Li
Kecheng Li
Professor
University of New Brunswick
Canada
Biography
Dr. Li obtained his PhD from the Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry at the University of Toronto in 2003. He was employed as an assistant professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of New Brunswickin December 2002, and was then promoted to full professor with tenure in 2008. Dr. Li served as the Director of Graduate Studies in the department between 2003 and 2013. He has received “Merit Award” (2008) and “University Research Scholar (2011) for his excellence in teaching, research and academic services at UNB. Dr. Li is also an editorial board member of the Journal of Bioprocess Engineering & Biorefinery (USA), a guest editor for Journal of Science and Technology for Forest Products and Processes (Canada), and a guest editor for FIBRE journal (Switzerland). He serves as a reviewer for more than 40 academic journals in North American and Europe in the fields of biorefining, chemical engineering, applied chemistry, biotechnologies, materials science, advanced surface and nanoscale analysis, biomaterials, bioenergy, and pulp and paper.
Publications
Professor
University of New Brunswick
Canada
Research Interest
Dr. Li’s research interests include renewable fuels, biochemicals, biomaterials,and pulp and paper. His current research is focused on developingindustrial technologies for lignocellulose material processing for biofuels and nanocellulose materials with extensive collaboration with industrial partners. Biological, chemical and mechanical processes are incorporated to develop energy-efficient technologies. Advanced surface and nanoscale analytical techniques are being developed to tackle more fundamental questions with regard to cell wall ultrastructure, molecular interactions, and material mechanics. Fibre-fibre bonding and fibre network structure are also being studied to understand the material physics of paper and nanocomposites.
Shahzad Barghi
Shahzad Barghi
Assistant Professor
University of Western Ontario
Canada
Biography
Shahzad Barghi is an assistant professor and Master of Engineering Director in the department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering at Western University in Canada. Having graduated as a PhD in 1998, he started working as a consultant engineer for about 8 years, after which he joined Western University as a faculty member. Although his main area of research is two and three phase fluidized bed reactors, he has been involved in researches in petroleum refining, reactive drying, advanced oxidation processes (titanium dioxide nano-tubes applications) and air pollution control. He has won prizes in national and international design competitions; and recently received Mohan Mathur Award of Excellence in Teaching at Western University.
Publications
Assistant Professor
University of Western Ontario
Canada
Research Interest
• Multiphase and fixed bed reactors • Biomass gasification • Titania and carbon nano-tube production/application • Process development and design • Reactive Drying • Wastewater treatment • Air pollution, Odor abatement • Petroleum Refining
Joel Plawsky
Joel Plawsky
Professor
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
United States
Biography
Joel L. Plawsky received his B.S. in chemical engineering from the University of Michigan and his M.S.CEP and Sc.D. in chemical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. After graduation, Joel worked for Corning Inc. in their research division before returning to academia at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He is currently Professor of Chemical Engineering. Joel is he author of Transport Phenomena Fundamentals, 3rd. edition published by CRC Press. He ha run seven experiments aboard the Space Shuttle and International Space Station. Joel is a Fellow of AIChE and served as the chairman of the Transport and Energy Processes Division.
Publications
Professor
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
United States
Research Interest
Thin film heat and mass transfer, dielectric breakdown, materials processing, interfacial phenomena.
Nicolas Abatzoglou
Nicolas Abatzoglou
Professor
University of Sherbrooke
Canada
Biography
Dr. Nicolas Abatzoglou: Full professor and ex-Head of the Department of Chemical & Biotechnological Engineering, Université de Sherbrooke (Dec. 2008- Dec. 2012). He is also Adjunct Professor at the University of Saskatchewan, Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering and presently Visiting Professor at the Department of Chemical Engineering of the École Polytechnique de Montréal.
Publications
Professor
University of Sherbrooke
Canada
Research Interest
• Process Engineering involving Thermochemical & Catalytic Conversion • Heterogeneous Catalysis • Process Engineering of Particulate Systems: Powders and Granules • Process Analytical Technologies (PAT) applied in Pharmaceutical Engineering
Baolin Deng
Baolin Deng
Professor
University of Missouri
United States
Biography
Dr. Baolin Deng is a La Pierre Professor in Environmental Engineering at University of Missouri.
Publications
Professor
University of Missouri
United States
Research Interest
New Materials and Membranes for Environmental Applications
KENNETH L ROBERTS
KENNETH L ROBERTS
Associate Professor
King Faisal University
Saudi Arabia
Biography
Dr. Kenneth L. Roberts received his B. Ch.E. (1990) and M.S. (1992) degrees in chemical engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and Ph.D. (1997) degree in chemical engineering from the University of South Carolina. He has served as a faculty member in Chemical Engineering in the United States and Saudi Arabia for over 17 years. Professor Roberts has received several professional awards which have included the 3M Non-Tenured Faculty Research Award (2000-2003), , American Society for Engineering Education/MIND New Faculty Award (1998), North Carolina–Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Outstanding Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology Faculty Mentor Award (1999) and HBCU/MI Oak Ridge National Laboratory Faculty Fellow (2001).
Publications
Associate Professor
King Faisal University
Saudi Arabia
Research Interest
Development of nanomaterials for energy, environmental, electronic and sensor applications; Heterogeneous catalysis; synthesis, characterization and evaluation of catalytic materials; environmental catalysis; Supercritical fluid-based materials processing; Environmental remediation technology development; Green chemistry and processing
AM Al Taweel
AM Al Taweel
Adjunct Professor
Dalhousie University
Canada
Biography
Dr. AM Al Taweel is working as Adjunct Professor at Dalhousie University.
Publications
Adjunct Professor
Dalhousie University
Canada
Research Interest
• Development of effective physical and biological units that can be used for water/ wastewater treatment operations (including produced water), and bioreactors. • management of energy production and utilization with the objective of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, • industrial ecology and pollution prevention, • utilization of agricultural and food processing wastes, • coal processing and beneficiation with the objective of reducing emissions
Seongkyu Yoon
Seongkyu Yoon
Assistant Professor
University of Massachusetts Lowell
United States
Biography
Dr. Seongkyu Yoon is the co-director of the Massachusetts BioManufacturing Center (MBMC) and an assistant professor in the department of chemical engineering, and BMEBT (Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology). Dr. Yoon conducts research on systems biology. Research covers Biopharmaceutical development, Multivariate Data Analysis, in biologics, and Chemometrics in life sciences. Research aims at developing systems technology in biologics, and developing diagnostic systems and tools for selected diseases. He is currently developing genome scale metabolic analyzer and glycosylation reaction network of CHO (Chinese Hamster Ovary) cells. Integration of medical devices with multivariate statistical method is also being explored.
Publications
Assistant Professor
University of Massachusetts Lowell
United States
Research Interest
Biopharmaceutical development, Multivariate Data Analysis, in biologics, and Chemometrics in life sciences
Tushar Kanti Sen
Tushar Kanti Sen
Senior Lecturer
Curtin University
Australia
Biography
Dr Sen is working as a Senior lecturer in Chemical Engineering of Curtin University, Perth, Australia since Jan 2008. Prior to join Curtin, he worked as a Senior Lecturer in Chemical Engineering Department of University Technology PETRONAS (UTP), Malaysia for a period of one and half years. Prior to joining UTP, Malaysia, he worked as a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Assistant Prof/Associate Prof in the department of Chemical Engineering of National Institute of Technology (NIT), Rourkela India for a period of 1991-2005. He obtained his PhD in Chemical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay India in the year of 2001. He obtained his B.Tech in Chemical Engineering from University of Calcutta, India in the year of 1988 and Master in Chemical Engineering from Jadavpur University, Calcutta, India in the year of 1990.
Publications
Senior Lecturer
Curtin University
Australia
Research Interest
Materials in water/wastewater treatment, Process Development, Design and Modelling in wastewater treatment,
Koh-hei Nitta
Koh-hei Nitta
Professor
Kanazawa University
Japan
Biography
Dr. Koh-hei Nitta is working as a professor at Institute of Science and Engineering, Kanazawa University, japan.
Publications
Professor
Kanazawa University
Japan
Research Interest
Structure-properties relationship in polymeric materials; mechanical and rheological properties of polymeric solids
Hari Vuthaluru
Hari Vuthaluru
Associate Professor
Curtin University of Technology
Australia
Biography
Hari Vuthaluru completed his PhD from University of Newcastle on the pre-treatment of coal for remediation of ash related problems in power utilities. Prior to commencing the research work in Australia, he completed both Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in India and gained invaluable experience in Engineers India Ltd, Delhi, India. He is currently an Associate Professor and Course Coordinator for all graduate programs in the Department of Chemical Engineering. Over the last 24 years, he has made extensive contributions in the area of coal and biomass combustion areas. His specific research interests include optimization of power utility equipment and chemical process units through CFD modelling, ash-related issues, desalination and predictive tools for oil and gas industries. He has published 207 articles to date and he is serving as the editorial board member of Fuel Processing Technology (Elsevier), a Fellow of IChemE, UK and a life member of AIChE.
Publications
Associate Professor
Curtin University of Technology
Australia
Research Interest
Optimization of power utility equipment and chemical process units through CFD modelling, ash-related issues, desalination and predictive tools for oil and gas industries
Ali Lohi
Ali Lohi
Professor
Ryerson University
Canada
Biography
Dr. Lohi obtained his MASc and PhD degrees in Chemical Engineering from University of Waterloo. Currently he is working as a Professor at Ryerson University and holds an Adjunct Professor position at University of Waterloo. He has more than 12 years of industrial experience in oil and gas production, and pulp and paper manufacturing. He has served as process design engineer, senior principal engineer, project manager, Program Director both undergraduate and graduate programs, Department Chair, and Associate Dean – Research, Development and Graduate Programs. He has played a major role in the development of the Accredited B.Eng., master’s (M.Eng. & M.A.Sc.) and Ph.D. Programs in Chemical Engineering at Ryerson University.
Publications
Professor
Ryerson University
Canada
Research Interest
Professor Lohi’s research interests include chemical and process systems engineering design and optimization with applications to oil & gas processing, bioenergy, utilization of waste and environment.
Jack Watson
Jack Watson
Adjunct Professor
University of Tennessee
United States
Biography
Dr. Watson holds B.S. (1958), M.S. (1962), and PhD (1967) in Chemical Engineering from the University of Tennessee. He has worked at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) for more than 40 year and has continued to serve as an adjunct or part-time professor at the University of Tennessee since 1967. His research has centered around separation methods for fuel (nuclear and fossil) production and environmental issues. He has authored more than 100 publications (more than half in referred journals) and has written one book. He has co-chaired 12 conferences on separations, chaired numerous sessions in national society meetings, served on committees of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (member of the Chemical Technology Operating Council, chair of the Separations Division, chair of the Research and New Technology Committee, and on the Executive Board of the National Programming Committee). He received an annual Robert E. Wilson Award from the AIChE Nuclear Divisionr. He served as Associate Editor of the Journal “Separation Science and Technology” for more than 10 years. He has also served on many review and advisory panels for government agencies and private companies.
Publications
Adjunct Professor
University of Tennessee
United States
Research Interest
His research has centered around separation methods for fuel (nuclear and fossil) production and environmental issues
Hasan Uludag
Hasan Uludag
Professor
University of Alberta
Canada
Biography
Hasan Uludag obtained dual B.Sc. degrees in Biomedical Engineering and Biology from the Brown University (Providence, USA) in 1989. He then completed his Ph.D. degree in 1993 at the Department of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry at U. of Toronto (Toronto, Canada). He spent four years at Genetics Institute Inc. (now part of Wyeth Pharma; Andover, USA) working on commercial development of a new generation of bone-inducing device based on a Bone Morphogenetic Protein and collagen combination. He joined the U. of Alberta (Edmonton, Canada) in 1997, holding joint appointments at Departments of Chemical & Materials Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Dentistry and Faculty of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences. Dr. Uludag is currently directing interdisciplinary research programs on bone targeting systems for protein therapeutics, non-viral delivery systems for transgene expression and cancer therapeutics based on siRNA delivery. Dr. Uludag is actively involved in various biomaterials societies around the World and is an elected Fellow of the International Union of Society of Biomaterials Science and Engineering (IUS-BSA). He published >150 peer-reviewed articles and serves on the editorial board of 10 journals in his field of specialization.
Publications
Professor
University of Alberta
Canada
Research Interest
Biomaterials, gene therapy, siRNA therapy of cancer, polymer engineering, bone regeneration, plasmid DNA delivery
Madhumita B Ray
Madhumita B Ray
Professor
University of Western Ontario
Canada
Biography
Dr. Madhumita B. Ray is a Professor of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering (CBE) at Western University. Her research areas include development of advanced air, water and wastewater treatment technologies based on adsorption, membrane processes, and advanced oxidation processes (AOPs), and environmental modelling. She has over 5 book chapters, 84 publications in high impact journals, and 106 publications in conference proceedings, and technical reports. Dr. Ray an internationally known expert in AOPs has contributed towards significant advancement of the fundamental research in this area. She has guest edited journals, has been in review committee of proposals for NSF, NSERC, CFI and European agencies, and has been in many international conference committees.
Publications
Professor
University of Western Ontario
Canada
Research Interest
Advanced Oxidation Processes, Advanced Treatment Technologies based on Physico-Chemical Principles, Environmental Modelling; Gas-Solid Separation; Particle Technology
Ramdhane Dhib
Ramdhane Dhib
Professor
Ryerson University
Canada
Biography
Ramdhane Dhib is working as a Full Professor, Chemical Engineering at Ryerson University, Ontario, Canada.
Publications
Professor
Ryerson University
Canada
Research Interest
Polymerization Kinetics: Modeling, Simulation of Polymer Reactors and Experimental Studies, Process Control and Optimization: Chemical Reactors and Infra-red/Convective dryers.
Jiangning Wu
Jiangning Wu
Professor
Ryerson University
Canada
Biography
Dr. Jiangning Wu obtained her PhD degree in Chemical Engineering from University of Windsor. Currently, she is working as a Professor at Ryerson University.
Publications
Professor
Ryerson University
Canada
Research Interest
Wastewater treatment by ozonation/oxidation, Catalytic ozonation, Advanced oxidation process (AOP) for wastewater treatment
Vinayak N. Kabadi
Vinayak N. Kabadi
Professor
North Carolina A&T State University
United States
Biography
Dr. Kabadi received his PhD in Chemical Engineering from Penn State University in 1982. He has been a faculty member in the Chemical Engineering Department at North Carolina A&T State University since the initiation of the department in August, 1985. He played a major role in the development of B.S. and M.S. chemical engineering programs. His research activities have been in the following areas: (1) Thermodynamic and transport properties by molecular dynamics computer simulations, (2) models for vapor-liquid equilibria and viscosities of coal liquids and petroleum fractions, (3) high temperature thermodynamic measurements for complex organic mixtures. He has conducted numerous funded research projects for a total funding of over $5 million.
Publications
Professor
North Carolina A&T State University
United States
Research Interest
(1) Thermodynamic and transport properties by molecular dynamics computer simulations, (2) models for vapor-liquid equilibria and viscosities of coal liquids and petroleum fractions, (3) high temperature thermodynamic measurements for complex organic mixtures.
Hui Wang
Hui Wang
Associate Professor
University of Saskatchewan
Canada
Biography
Dr. Hui Wang is an associate professor in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering of the University of Saskatchewan. He received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. from Taiyuan University of Technology and Ph.D. from University of Alberta. With experience working in industry, universities in China, Australia and Canada, and a US national laboratory, Dr. Wang’s research interests focus on heterogeneous catalysis, separation engineering, chemical reaction engineering, and synchrotron X-ray absorption spectroscopy studies in catalysis. The application areas of his research are in environmentally-friendly technology development, greenhouse gas mitigation, sustainability considerations in oilsands processing, sulfur removal and recovery, mercury emission control, economical adsorption material development.
Publications
Associate Professor
University of Saskatchewan
Canada
Research Interest
Heterogeneous catalysis, separation engineering, chemical reaction engineering, and synchrotron X-ray absorption spectroscopy studies in catalysis
Ji-Won Yang
Ji-Won Yang
Professor
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
South Korea
Biography
Ji-Won Yang is working as a professor at Dept of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea.
Publications
Professor
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
South Korea
Research Interest
Biofuel and Biomaterials from Biomass, Development of microalgal strains with high lipid content through genetic engineering, High density cultivation of microalgae using photobioreactor, Biological wastewater treatment using microalgae, Microalgal harvest, lipid extraction, and transesterification
Masanori Yoshida
Masanori Yoshida
Professor
Muroran Institute of Technology
Japan
Biography
Dr. Masanori Yoshida is working as a professor at Department of Applied Sciences, Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan.
Publications
Professor
Muroran Institute of Technology
Japan
Research Interest
Design and development of chemical process equipments, fluid flows in apparatuses for reaction and mass transfer
Dongyang Li
Dongyang Li
Professor
University of Alberta
Canada
Biography
Dr. Dongyang Li is working as a professor at Department of Chemical & Materials Engineering, University of Alberta, Canada.
Publications
Professor
University of Alberta
Canada
Research Interest
Development of electron work function (EWF) – based approaches for material design, Materials behavior in surface tribological failure processes, Computational materials science and surface processes, Biological surface interactions and materials, Surface phenomena related to photocatalytic nanotubular films and techniques
Gregory S Patience
Gregory S Patience
Professor
Polytechnique De Montreal
Canada
Biography
Dr. Gregory Patience is working as a Professor at Department of Chemical Engineering, Ecole Polytechnique De Montreal, Canada. He established research laboratory centered on heterogeneous catalysis and fluidization. He is a Co-Chair of the International Conference on Anti-malaria and Sustainable Development, Bujumbura, Burundi, October, 2010, 2011 (and 2012) and Industrial Chair for the World Congress of Chemical Engineering (2005- 2009). He "was an" Executive member of the Canadian Society of Catalysis.
Publications
Professor
Polytechnique De Montreal
Canada
Research Interest
Gas-solids fludiziation, kinetic modelling, oxidation catalysis, biomass conversion
Seong Ihl Woo
Seong Ihl Woo
Professor
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
South Korea
Biography
Dr Seong Ihl Woo is working as a Professor at Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering EEWS, and Chemistry, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea.
Publications
Professor
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
South Korea
Research Interest
Combinatorial Chemistry, Catalysis and Surface Science, Nano Materials & Processing, Fuel Cell, Solar Cell
Do-Heyoung Kim
Do-Heyoung Kim
Professor
Chonnam National University
Korea
Biography
Dr. Do-Heyoung Kim is working as professor at School of Chemical Engineering, Chonnam National University, Korea.
Publications
Professor
Chonnam National University
Korea
Research Interest
Synthesis and Characterization of Nano-materials for Energy Conversion and Storage / Materials processing for Display and IT Applications / Electrochemistry / Interface Engineering
Kamelia Boodhoo
Kamelia Boodhoo
Associate Professor
Newcastle University
United Kingdom
Biography
Dr Kamelia Boodhoo is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Chemical Engineering & Advanced Materials at Newcastle University, UK which she joined as an academic member of staff in 2001. She holds an MEng and a PhD degree in Chemical Engineering from Newcastle University. Her expertise is in the area of Process Intensification, focusing primarily on the development of continuous flow reactors with particular emphasis on centrifugal field reactors such the Spinning Disc Reactor and their application to a range of processes involving polymerisation, crystallisation and organic catalytic reactions. She has published over 50 journal/conference papers and book chapters in the field of Process Intensification. She is the co-editor of a recently published book entitled “Process Intensification for Green Chemistry: Engineering Solutions for Sustainable Processing” (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013).
Publications
Associate Professor
Newcastle University
United Kingdom
Research Interest
Process intensification; spinning disc reactor; continuous flow processing; green chemistry and engineering; intensified polymerisations, crystallisations and fermentations
Xiong-Wei Ni
Xiong-Wei Ni
Professor
Heriot-Watt University
United Kingdom
Biography
Professor Xiongwei Ni was involved in the development of oscillatory flow technology at its inception in 1988 at the University of Cambridge, UK. He has over 25 years’ research experience and the world expert in the science and technological applications of oscillatory baffled reactors (OBR). Xiongwei has been a Full Professor in Chemical Engineering at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh since 1999, is the lead author or principal co-author of over 180 scientific papers on OBR related research as well as 6 patents. He was the keynote speaker at American Institute of Chemical Engineering Annual Meetings, Process Intensification Conferences, Scientific Update Conferences, Industrial Seminars of Process Engineering, Society of Chemical Industry Symposium and the Royal Society of Chemistry Symposiums; delivered invited seminars at Universities in the USA, Europe, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, UK, China and Japan. A chartered Chemical Engineer and a Fellow of IChemE, he is the UK representative in Process Intensification in the European Federation of Chemical Engineering. He span off a company, NiTech Solutions Ltd, in 2005 specializing continuous flow technology that handles solids including crystallization, has directly involved in a large number of continuous crystallization of APIs, fine chemicals and food products, and has gained significant insight into this type of operation.
Publications
Professor
Heriot-Watt University
United Kingdom
Research Interest
Multiphase mixing, dispersion, novel reactors and reaction engineering
Jun Xu
Jun Xu
Associate Professor
Tsinghua University
China
Biography
Dr. XU Jun is now an associate professor in Department of Chemical Engineering, Tsinghua University. He received his B.Sc. and Ph.D. at Dept of Chemical Engineering, Tsinghua University in 1997 and 2002, respectively. In 2002, he worked at Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Tsinghua University as an assistant professor. In 2006, he was promoted to associate professor. In 2011, he was awarded the Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellowship for Experienced Researchers to carry out one-year collaboration research in Prof. Günter Reiter’s group in University of Freiburg, Germany. In 2012, he was awarded Feng Xingde Polymer Prize (for winning "The Best Paper Nomination from China" published in the journal of Polymer in 2011). His work has revealed how the anisotropic surface stresses lead to chiral twisting of polymer lamellar crystals. Based on the knowledge of crystallization, a polymeric nucleating agent was designed to substantially promote the crystallization rate of poly(butylene succinate), a type of biodegradable plastics.
Publications
Associate Professor
Tsinghua University
China
Research Interest
His research interests are in the field of polymer crystallization, biodegradable polymers and structure-property relationship of polymeric materials, including basic research on polymer crystallization, synthesis, characterization and processing of biodegradable plastics, bio-inspired materials and polymers for energy storage, etc.
VINCENT G. GOMES
VINCENT G. GOMES
Associate Professor
School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
The University of Sydney
Australia
Biography
Vincent Gomes received his B.Tech. (H1) in Chemical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT, Kharagpur) and his M.Eng. and Ph.D. degrees (Dean’s Award) in Chemical Engineering from McGill University. After graduation, he worked as a Process Engineer designing process plants and heat and mass transfer equipment for Industry. After his Ph.D. degree, he worked as a Research Associate at the Pulp and Paper Research Centre at Monteal. Thereafter, he joined the School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, The University of Sydney where he is currently the Director of Integrated Polymer and Systems Engineering and the Undergraduate Studies Director. He has received several awards for his teaching (Faculty Teaching Excellence) and research (PSE Award, John Brodie Medal) work and has been a Visiting Professor in Canada.
Publications
Associate Professor
School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
The University of Sydney
Australia
Research Interest
Polymers, polymerization reactors and processing; nanocomposites for energy and environmental applications; biopolymers, protein stability, biomaterial characterization.
Hasina Yeasmin
Hasina Yeasmin
Lecturer
Monash University
Australia
Biography
Dr. Hasina Yeasmin is a chemical engineer with thirty years of experience in teaching, research, and development and in consulting in different process and oil industries. She has excellent communication, presentation, negotiation and leadership skills, combining interpersonal and analytical abilities developed over the past years. She is passionate about education and delivering quality education system.
Publications
Lecturer
Monash University
Australia
Research Interest
Entrained flow Gasification and combustion of brown coal and biomass; gasification and pyrolysis kinetics of brown coal; agricultural solid waste for co-generation; brown coal drying technology; process modelling; catalyst for improving brown coal combustion; bio refining.
Do Hyun Kim
Do Hyun Kim
Professor
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Korea
Biography
Do Hyun Kim is a professor of the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at KAIST. He received his Sc.D. in Chemical Engineering from MIT. He has taught in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at KAIST since 1991. He served as the president of Korean Society of Rheology in 2012. He is currently Associate Editor of the American Journal of Analytical of Chemistry, a member of the Editorial Board of Korea-Australia Rheology Journal and a member of the National Academy of Engineering of Korea.
Publications
Professor
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Korea
Research Interest
- New methods for the fabrication of microfluidic systems - New applications of microfluidic systems for chemical and biological applications - Investigation of nanoparticles for sensing and imaging in biological applications - Fabrication of micro- and nano-particles for display and imaging - Development of numerical methods for the simulation of cell signaling networks - Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluid mechanics - Development of processes for the recycling of polymers - Modeling and simulation of materials processing processes - Modeling and simulation of defect dynamics during crystal growth - Development of superhydrophobic surfaces and its applications - Fabrication of liposomes and its applications - Development of processes for heavy oil upgrading
Farhad Ein-Mozaffari
Farhad Ein-Mozaffari
Professor
Ryerson University
Canada
Biography
Dr. Farhad Ein-Mozaffari received his Ph.D. in chemical engineering from the University of British Columbia in 2002. Currently, he is a professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Ryerson University.
Publications
Professor
Ryerson University
Canada
Research Interest
Fluid Mixing; Flow Visualization; Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD); Multiphase Flow in Chemical Reactors; Non-Newtonian Fluids; Discrete Element Method (DEM); CFD-DEM Coupling Technique
Jie Zhang
Jie Zhang
Senior Lecturer
University of Newcastle
United Kingdom
Biography
Jie Zhang is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, England. He received his BSc in Control Engineering from Hebei University of Technology, Tianjin, China, in 1986 and his PhD in Control Engineering from City University, London, in 1991. He has published over 240 papers in international journals, books, and conference proceedings. His publications are well cited and he has an H-index of 25 according to Web of Science. He is on the Editorial Boards of a number of journals including Neurocomputing published by Elsevier. He is a Senior Member of IEEE, a member of the IEEE Control Systems Society, and IEEE Computational Intelligence Society.
Publications
Senior Lecturer
University of Newcastle
United Kingdom
Research Interest
process modelling, process control, computational intelligence, process monitoring, and process system engineering
Rajesh Shende
Rajesh Shende
Professor
South Dakota School of Mines & Technology
United States
Biography
Professor (Dr.) Rajesh V. Shende received his Ph.D. degree in chemical engineering from the Institute of Chemical Technology, University of Mumbai. After working for 3 years in dyes manufacturing industry, he returned to academia where he initially received post-doctoral research experience at the National Institute of Chemistry, Slovenia and the University of Missouri before accepting the assistant professor position in Chemical and Biological Engineering at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. He has about 95 technical publications and 9 US and European Patents/Patent Applications and many conference proceeding articles. He is reviewer to more than 25 scientific and engineering journals and technical reviewer to NSF and NSF/DOE. He is also serving on the editorial board of International Review of Chemical Engineering and Science Journal of Education.
Publications
Professor
South Dakota School of Mines & Technology
United States
Research Interest
Current research interests include renewable/sustainable energy and alternative fuels- hydrogen and hydrocarbon fuels from solar and thermochemical water-splitting and catalytic biomass reforming, nanostructured materials, MEMS and sensors.
Seetharaman Vaidyanathan
Seetharaman Vaidyanathan
Associate Professor
University of Sheffield
United Kingdom
Biography
Dr.Raman Vaidyanathan is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering, University of Sheffield, where he has been an academic member of staff since 2007. He is also the Deputy Director of a Masters Course in Biological & Bioprocess Engineering. He is a Chemical graduate with Masters in Biotechnology, and graduated with a PhD in bioprocess monitoring, in 2001, from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK. He has over five years of pre-doctoral industrial experience applying biotechnological solutions to environmental engineering problems. His expertise is in the development of analytical methodologies for biological characterisations and in microbial bioprocessing. He is the author of over 40 peer reviewed publications and has co-edited a book, entitled “Metabolome Analyses: Strategies in Systems Biology”.
Publications
Associate Professor
University of Sheffield
United Kingdom
Research Interest
Microbial bioprocessing; Bioenergy; CO2 utilisation; Environmental biotechnology; Metabolome characterisations; Bioanalytical methodologies; Mass spectrometry Imaging
LUKE E. K. ACHENIE
LUKE E. K. ACHENIE
Professor
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
United States
Biography
He is a pioneer in molecular design, a subset of computer aided product design. This is an advanced simulation model that addresses the systematic design of chemical compounds with desired physical and chemical properties, with the goal of producing computer based “designer” compounds. Molecular design is a valuable tool used to aid bench chemists in narrowing down the range of compounds to synthesize for particular applications. Dr. Achenie has also worked to develop entirely new formulations for flexibility analysis that takes into account accuracy of uncertain parameters in physical models. This theory has been applied to the analysis of the direct methanol Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) fuel cell, an area that has attracted a lot of research interest over the last decade for its use in portable electronics, as well as in stationary and mobile power generators and electric vehicles. Among the many research projects he is involved in, he is particularly proud of the machine learning research he is doing to aid in the early diagnosis of autism related developmental issues in kids three years and younger.
Publications
Professor
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
United States
Research Interest
Process design, molecular modeling, multi-scale modeling, bioinformatics and uncertainty analysis
Jerry W King
Jerry W King
Emeritus Professor
University of Arkansas
United States
Biography
Dr. King has over 45 years of experience in supercritical fluid technology, chemical separations, chromatography, and applied chemical engineering & chemistry. He is a native of Indianapolis, Indiana, graduating from Butler University in 1965 with a B.S. in Chemistry. Dr. King continued with graduate studies at Butler University and the University of Utah, where he worked with Professor J. Calvin Giddings on supercritical fluid chromatography. In 1973, Dr. King received his Ph.D. from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts under the direction of Professor Barry Karger. He then conducted postdoctoral research in physical chemistry under Professor Daniel Martire at Georgetown University in Washington, DC.
Publications
Emeritus Professor
University of Arkansas
United States
Research Interest
Dr. King’s research and teaching focus is in the area of chemical separations, particularly in the use of sub- and supercritical fluids for chemical processing. Research is conducted to develop environmentally-benign methodology using compressed carbon dioxide and/or water as media for conducting extractions and reactions of natural/agricultural products, CO2 – based cleaning technology, as well as application to materials modification.
Randy D. Weinstein
Randy D. Weinstein
Professor
Villanova University
United States
Biography
Dr. Randy D. Weinstein joined the Chemical Engineering Department after receiving a B.S. in Chemical Engineering with high distinction from the University of Virginia and a Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Chemical Engineering. He was awarded the 2001 Farrell Award to recognize personal concern for students and exceptional dedication to the Villanova University College of Engineering. In 2004 he was promoted to Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering with tenure and in 2007 he was appointed Full Professor and chair of the Chemical Engineering Department. Ihe fall of 2012 he became the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs for the College of Engineering. In 2008 he won the new Innovative Teaching Award at Villanova University. In 2005, 2007, 2008, and 2009 he was a semi-finalist for the Lindback Award for Teaching Excellence at Villanova University. He was the 2010 Lindback award winner.
Publications
Professor
Villanova University
United States
Research Interest
Current research is focused on environmentally benign chemical processing, nanomaterials, and thermal management of electronic devices. Supercritical carbon dioxide is being used to create self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) and polymeric films on various metal surfaces for corrosion resistance and electrochemical modifications. This environmentally friendly solvent is also being used to make drug delivery devices by implanting various pharmaceuticals into biocompatible polymeric devices as well as chewing gum. Various reactions and nanomaterial synthesis processes are also being explored in sub- and supercritical carbon dioxide in attempts to better understand these unique fluids. Finally, methods of static and transient thermal management are being studied in portable electronic devices to improve user comfort as well as the electronic reliably.
Yasar Demirel
Yasar Demirel
Associate Professor
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
United States
Biography
Dr. Yasar Demirel has been working as an Associate Professor, Dept. of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at University of Nebraska–Lincoln since 2006.
Publications
Associate Professor
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
United States
Research Interest
Energy, Biomass extraction and refinery towards integrated biorefinery to produce biofuel, bioproducts (bio-oil), and power, Thermodynamic analysis of energy systems - Sustainable energy management, Renewable energy and storage, Enhancement in heat transfer
Ilsoon Lee
Ilsoon Lee
Associate Professor
Michigan State University
United States
Biography
Dr. Ilsoon Lee is working as Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering at Michigan State University, United States.
Publications
Associate Professor
Michigan State University
United States
Research Interest
Nanotechnology, Polymers, Waters, Composite, Adhesion, Coatings, Bioenergy, Alternative Energy, Biomimetics, Particles, Self‐assembly, Nanomixing, Nanodispersion, Functional Materials, Optoelectronics, and Anti‐wrinkling applications
Kimberly H Henthorn
Kimberly H Henthorn
Associate Professor
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
United States
Biography
Dr. Kimberly H Henthorn is working as Associate Professor at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, United States.
Publications
Associate Professor
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
United States
Research Interest
Fine particle characterization, classification, entrainment, and transport, Multiphase processes, Transport of gas and solids in microfluidic channels, Synthesis and characterization of particles for biomedical applications
K Nandakumar
K Nandakumar
Gordon A. and Mary Cain Endowed Chair Professor
Louisiana State University
United States
Biography
Dr. Krishnaswamy Nandakumar, nicknamed "kumar", joined the Cain Department of Chemical Engineering at the Louisiana State University as the Gordon A. and Mary Cain Endowed Chair Professor in August 2009. Prior to this, he held the position of GASCO Chair Professor at the Petroleum Institute during 2007-2009 in the Chemical Engineering Program. He has had a distinguished academic career at the University of Alberta, since 1983 excelling in both teaching and research as evidenced by the numerous awards that he has received.
Publications
Gordon A. and Mary Cain Endowed Chair Professor
Louisiana State University
United States
Research Interest
His main research interests are in the area of multiphase flows, computational fluid dynamics, computer aided modeling of chemical, mineral, polymer and electrochemical processes, including fuel cells.
KALLIAT T VALSARAJ
KALLIAT T VALSARAJ
Professor
Louisiana State University
United States
Biography
Professor Kalliat T Valsaraj is the Vice Chancellor for Research and Economic Development at LSU. He holds the titles of Charles and Hilda Roddey Distinguished Professor in Chemical Engineering and Ike East Professorship in Chemical Engineering. He is a Fellow of both the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). In 2010 he was awarded the LSU Rainmaker Award in the Senior STEM category and in 2011 he was awarded the Distinguished Research Master award by LSU. The professional societies of AIChE and ACS (American Chemical Society) awarded him the Charles E Coates award in 2012. Hereceived the M.Sc. in Chemistry from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras in 1980 and aPh.D. in Chemistry (with Chemical Engineering as Minor) from Vanderbilt University in 1983.He became a regular faculty in the Cain Department of Chemical Engineering and progressed through the ranks to a tenured full professor. He served as the Department Chair from 2005 to 2011.
Publications
Professor
Louisiana State University
United States
Research Interest
His research area is in environmental chemical engineering. He has broad research experience in wastewater treatment, atmospheric chemistry and, modeling the fate and transport of contaminants in all three environmental media (air, water and soil/sediment). He has mentored 12 Ph.D. (2 more in progress), 20 MS (1 more in progress) students at LSU and several postdoctoral students in addition to hosting a number of visiting professors in his laboratory.
Matthew Bernards
Matthew Bernards
Assistant Professor
University of Missouri
United States
Biography
Matthew Bernards is an Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Missouri. He received his B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering at the University of Washington(2001) and a dual Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering and Nanotechnology, also at the University of Washington (2008). His research group is focused onmultiple aspects of materials science and engineering at the nanoscale. One aspect of his research group is focused on understandingthe interactions that occur between biological entities and materialinterfaces and using this knowledge to design biomaterialsthat facilitate healing at the molecular level. Another aspect of his research group is focused on developing micro- and nano-scale power generation systems based on nuclear energy.
Publications
Assistant Professor
University of Missouri
United States
Research Interest
Biomaterials and Biointerfacial Sciences (Controlled Surface Chemistry, Protein Adsorption, Nonfouling Materials, Controlled Protein Orientation, Biomineralization, Cellular Adhesion, Controlled Stem Cell Differentiation, Advanced Filtration). Thorium based Power Generation (simulation and reactions)
Hongmei Luo
Hongmei Luo
Associate Professor
New Mexico State University
United States
Biography
Hongmei Luo received her B.S. (1992) in Chemistry from Fuyang Normal University, China, and Ph.D (2006) in Chemical Engineering from Tulane University. Dr. Luo was a postdoctoral research associate in Los Alamos National Laboratory during 2006-2009 and she joined Chemical and Materials Engineering Department at New Mexico State University in Fall 2009. Currently she is an Associate Professor at NMSU. Dr. Luo’s group research focuses on epitaxial thin films for magnetic and superconducting properties, and nanostructured materials for energy applications. Hongmei Luo can be reached at hluo@nmsu.edu.
Publications
Associate Professor
New Mexico State University
United States
Research Interest
Dr. Luo’s group research focuses on epitaxial thin films for magnetic and superconducting properties, and nanostructured materials for energy applications.
Bingyun Li
Bingyun Li
Associate Professor
West Virginia University
United States
Biography
Dr. Bingyun Li received his PhD from the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2000. Currently, he is an Associate Professor with tenure at West Virginia University. Dr. Li is a reviewer for more than 50 international journals and an editorial member for several. Dr. Li has authored more than 50 peer-reviewed research articles, review papers, and book chapters. He is a member of the American Chemical Society, Materials Research Society, American Society for Microbiology, Orthopedic Research Society, and Society for Biomaterials. Dr. Li has been an invited speaker, panelist, or co-chair for a variety of events related to drug delivery and biomaterials. He has given more than 20 invited talks in national and international meetings and at peer universities, and received awards and prizes from national and international communities.
Publications
Associate Professor
West Virginia University
United States
Research Interest
Nanomedicine, controlled/targeted drug delivery, cellular interaction, nanofilms and microcapsules, biomimetic
ANSON MA
ANSON MA
Assistant Professor
University of Connecticut
United States
Biography
Dr. Anson Ma joined the University of Connecticut (UConn) as an Assistant Professor in August 2011. He is a faculty member in both the Polymer Program (Institute of Materials Science) and the Chemical Engineering Program (Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering). He is currently the team leader of the Complex Fluids Laboratory, focusing on understanding the flow behavior and processing of various complex fluids (e.g., foams, emulsions, nanoparticle suspensions, and biological fluids). Dr. Ma obtained his Ph.D. degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Cambridge in 2009. Before arriving at UConn, Dr. Ma spent two years at Rice University, where he was named the J. Evans Attwell-Welch Fellow. He also received a US National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER award in 2013 and a Distinguished Young Rheologist Award from TA Instruments in 2012.
Publications
Assistant Professor
University of Connecticut
United States
Research Interest
Current research topics include polymer composites; carbon nanomaterials; processing-structure-property relations; inkjet and 3-D printing; foam & emulsion stability; fiber spinning & film casting.
KALYANA C PINGALI
KALYANA C PINGALI
Assistant Professor
Western Michigan University
United States
Biography
Dr. Kalyana C Pingali is working as an assistant professor at Department of Chemical & Paper Engineering, Western Michigan University, United States.
Publications
Assistant Professor
Western Michigan University
United States
Research Interest
Aerosol production of nanoparticles, crystal growth, nanoparticle synthesis of bimetallic and core-and-shell nanoparticles, carbon thin films, carbon supported nanoparticles, functional nanomaterials and advanced devices, pharmaceutical formulations, droplet dynamics, shear and electrostatic effects of micronized powders, material science, microstructure investigation through structure performance evaluations, particle dynamics, pharmaceutical formulations, powder flow, drug release and development, tablet manufacturing and characterization, electrostatics, phase transitions on particles, studies on molecular reorganizations and the subsequent characterization of the value-added engineered products related to particle and powder technology.
Qiang Xu
Qiang Xu
Associate Professor
Lamar University
United States
Biography
Dr. Qiang Xu is Associate Professor from Chemical Engineering Department at Lamar University. He has published 88 peer-reviewed papers and given over 120 conference presentations and invited talks. He is the recipient of Lamar University Merit Award in 2010 and University Scholar in 2012. Dr. Xu is currently the Chair of Process Research and Innovation Area of AIChE Process Development Division. Dr. Xu obtained his B.S. degrees in chemical engineering and environmental engineering respectively, both in 1998; Ph.D. degree in 2003 in chemical engineering, all from Tsinghua University in China.
Publications
Associate Professor
Lamar University
United States
Research Interest
Research interests include process synthesis, production scheduling, dynamic simulation and optimization, industrial sustainability, industrial flare minimization, energy saving, and chemical process safety.
Richard J Spontak
Richard J Spontak
Professor
North Carolina State University
United States
Biography
Dr. Richard J. Spontak is an Alumni Distinguished Professor of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering and Materials Science & Engineering at North Carolina State University. He received the B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering (with honors/high distinction) from the Pennsylvania State University in 1983 and was later awarded the Ph.D. degree in Chemical Engineering (under the supervision of Mike Williams) from the University of California at Berkeley in 1988. He then pursued post-doctoral research with Alan Windle in Materials Science & Metallurgy at the University of Cambridge (U.K.) and Tormod Riste in Condensed Matter Physics at the Institutt for Energiteknikk (Norway) before joining the Corporate Research Division of the Procter & Gamble Company in 1990. In 1992, he accepted a faculty position at North Carolina State University, where he supervises the Polymer Morphology Group. Since that time, Spontak has published over 275 research papers, and his work has been featured on the cover of 19 journals and 1 book.
Publications
Professor
North Carolina State University
United States
Research Interest
His primary research interests relate to the phase behavior and morphology/property development of nanostructured polymers, polymer nanocomposites, electron microscopy, and stimuli-responsive media including organogels.
Yusuf G Adewuyi
Yusuf G Adewuyi
Professor
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
United States
Biography
Dr. Yusuf G. Adewuyi is a professor of chemical and bioengineering in the department of chemical, biological and bioengineering at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. Adewuyi’s research interest and activities focus on: Sustainable Production of Energy and Chemical Products; Nanoscale Materials Synthesis and Chemical Reaction Engineering; Sonochemistry, Cavitation and Advanced Oxidation Processes (AOPs) for Air and Water Pollution Treatment; Ultrasound-Assisted Fuels Desulfurization; and Ultrasound Applications in Drug Delivery and Food Safety. He obtained his BS in chemical engineering from Ohio University Cum Laude, and MS and Ph.D in chemical and biochemical engineering from the University of Iowa. Prior to joining N.C. A&T in 1994, he was a postdoctoral research fellow at Boston College and the University of Illinois in Urbana, and senior staff/ research engineer at Mobil Research and Development Corporation. He is a Fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) and the past president of AICHE Triad Section, Secretary of the AICHE Environmental Division and Chair of AIChE Minority Affairs Committee (MAC). He received the MAC’s Excellence and Service Award in 2005, Distinguished Service Award in 2006 and Eminent Chemical Engineer Award in 2013. He received A&T’s College of Engineering Senior Researcher of the Year Award in 2010 and 2011, and the Chemical Engineering Teacher of the Year Award in 1994 and 1997. He has over 150 refereed publications and conference papers, book chapters and patents. Citations of his papers are listed as top 1% worldwide in his field. He has received funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF), the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). He is listed in Who’s Who in Science and Engineering, in America, in the World, and others. He is serving as an editorial board of three journals and reviewer of over 40 reputed journals.
Publications
Professor
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
United States
Research Interest
Adewuyi’s research interest are on catalysis and environmental reaction engineering focusing on the sustainable production of energy and chemicals; synthesis of nanoscale materials for energy and environmental applications; sonochemistry, cavitation, and advanced oxidation processes for pollution control and remediation; hydraulic fracturing; catalytic and liquid-phase chemistry and kinetics of NOx, SO2 and Hg removal; and catalytic, and ultrasound/cavitation assisted synthesis of biofuels from lignocellulosic biomass, and hydrocarbon fuels desulfurization.
John Zhanhu Guo
John Zhanhu Guo
Associate Professor
Lamar University
United States
Biography
Dr. John Zhanhu Guo is working as an Associate Professor, Dan F. Smith Department of Chemical Engineering at Lamar University.
Publications
Associate Professor
Lamar University
United States
Research Interest
Dr. Guo’s research interests cover the Advanced Materials preparation, characterization and their applications. Dr. Guo has developed quite a few unique methods to prepare the polymer nanocomposites reinforced with different kinds of nanoparticles encompassing ceramics and magnetic metals. The scientific results have been published in the top-notched journals in the field. One pending patent and another filed technical disclosure cover the above mentioned composite preparation methodologies.
Di Gao
Di Gao
Associate Professor
University of Pittsburgh
United States
Biography
Dr. Gao is Associate Professor at Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering at the University of Pittsburgh. He received his dual BS degrees in Chemical Engineering and Computer Science both from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China in 1999, and his PhD degree in chemical engineering from the University of California at Berkeley in 2004. Dr. Gao has won numerous honors & awards over the years including the CAREER Award from National Science Foundation in 2008, the Carnegie Science Center Advanced Materials Award in 2010, and the AIChE Owens-Corning Early Career Award in 2011, and two Pitt Innovator Awards in 2009 and 2012. He was the leader of the University of Pittsburgh team that received the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency P3: People, Prosperity and the Planet for Sustainability Design Competition Award in 2008 and the AIChE Youth Council on Sustainable Science and Technology Award in 2009. Research highlights from his work, including anti-icing superhydrophobic coating, water-oil separation, and DNA separation, have been featured on numerous television and radio news programs, as well as in newspaper, magazine and internet articles, such as Chemical & Engineering News, Chemical Engineering Progress, Nature Nanotechnology, U.S. News & World Report, U.S. Department of State website, China Daily, Science Daily, International Business Times, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, New England Cable News Network, KDKA TV and Radio News, and Fox News. Dr. Gao has been serving as the Chair of Advanced Materials & Manufacturing Committee for the Carnegie Science Awards since 2011.
Publications
Associate Professor
University of Pittsburgh
United States
Research Interest
Research interests include anti-icing superhydrophobic coating, water-oil separation, and DNA separation, etc.
WEI-YIN CHEN
WEI-YIN CHEN
Professor
University of Mississippi
United States
Biography
Dr. John Zhanhu Guo is working as a Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering at University of Mississippi.
Publications
Professor
University of Mississippi
United States
Research Interest
Combustion, Mathematical Modeling

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