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CBET Program 1403 Research Highlights

 

Process and Reaction Engineering

Program Director:   Luke E. K. Achenie


Listed below are Research Highlights from this program:

       
  Principal Investigator
and Link to Abstract

Institution
  Simplified Title
and Link to Research Highlights

[More Research Highlights Pages/Links Coming Soon]
       
 
FY 2012
   
       
* Grossmann, Ignacio
Carnegie-Mellon University
  Minimization of Freshwater Consumption in the Design of Sustainable Process Systems
       
 
FY 2011
   
       
* Lau, Kenneth K.S.
Drexel University
  CAREER: Engineering and Integration of Polymer Electronic Mterials for Alternative Energies
       
 
FY 2009
   
       
* Vlachos, Dionisios
University of Delaware
  Transition from Edisonian to a Computer-Aided Approach: Using Mathematical Models to Optimize Catalyst and Reactor Design
       
 
FY 2008
   
       
* Harb, John - 1
Harb, John - 2
Brigham Young University
  Nanoelectric Circuits That Can Self-Assemble
       
 
FY 2006
   
       
* Co, Carlos C.
University of Cincinnati
  Liquid-Core Capsules via Interfacial Free Radical Alternating Copolymerization
       
* Gatzke, Edward
University of South Carolina
  CAREER: Mixed-integer Nonlinear Programming Approaches for Hydrogen Production Systems
       
* Ierapetritou, Marianthi
Rutgers University
  Design of Flexible Reaction Models
       

 

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