We develop mathematical theories, AI-based algorithms, and computational simulations across the atomistic, particle, and continuum levels to model chemical engineering processes, with the aims of gaining fundamental scientific knowledge and devising next-generation applications in in-space manufacturing, renewable energy, drug delivery, geological formation, electrochemical impedance spectroscopy, and membrane-based separation.
Ph.D., 2017, Cornell University
Research Interests: Complex Fluid Dynamics, Colloid and Interface Science, Electrokinetics, and Rheology
Associate Professor and Moreno Rising Star Professor
Ph.D., 2002, University of Notre Dame
Research Interests: Molecular and Multi-scale Modeling, Nanoscale Transport Phenomena, Non-equilibrium Statistical Mechanics
Research Interests: Numerical Simulations of Complex Fluids: Reactive Flows in Porous Media, Hydrodynamic Interactions, Dynamics of Filament Networks
Ph.D., 1978, Illinois Institute of Technology (1981)
Research Interests: Interfacial instabilities, Transport phenomena with life support, materials science and biomedical applications
Research Interests: Electrochemical Engineering: Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy, Corrosion (including cathodic protection), Current Distribution in Electrochemical Systems, Fuel Cells, Mathematical Modeling.
Ph.D. 2018, The Ohio State University
Research Interests: Polymer Membranes, Polymer-Protein Conjugates, Self-Assembly, Computational Materials Design
Harry and Bertha Bernstein Professor and Undergraduate Program Coordinator
Ph.D., 1981, University of Minnesota (1982)
Research Interests: Biological Wastewater Treatment, Particle Separations, Process Control