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CBET Program 1415 Research Highlights


Particulate and Multiphase Processes

Program Director:   Ashok Sangani

Listed below are selected Research Highlights from this program:

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and Link to Abstract

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and Link to Research Highlights

[More Research Highlights/Links Coming Soon]
FY 2012
* Dufresne, Eric
Yale University
Furst, Eric
University of Delaware
  Nanoscale Dumbbells Make Smart Materials
FY 2010
* Minko, Sergiy
Clarkson University
  Collaborative Research: Locking Nanoparticles
FY 2009
* Higdon, Jonathan
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  Computational Study of Concentrated
Emulsions and Foams
FY 2008
* Blawzdziewicz, Jerzy
Yale University
  CAREER: Collective Dynamics
of Confined Suspensions
FY 2007
* Tilton, Robert D.
Carnegie Mellon University
  Environmental Protection by Targeted Delivery of Nanoparticulate Iron
* Velegol, Darrell &
Cole, Milton
Pennsylvania State University
  Nanoparticle Stability by Quantum
FY 2006
* Hrenya, Christine
University of Colorado
  GOALI: Toward a Fundamental Understanding
of Elutriation in Fluidized Beds


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