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Kristin Vicari

Kristin Vicari
Ph.D. Candidate in Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering, MIT
77 Massachusetts Avenue, 66-325
Cambridge, MA 02139-4703

E-mail: vicari@mit.edu

Education:
M. S. in Chemical Engineering Practice (MSCEP), MIT (2009)
Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Northwestern University, (2008)

Research Summary:
Development of electrochemically-mediated membrane separations, specifically for applications in carbon sequestration.

Work Experience:
Assistant Station Director, MIT David H. Koch School of Chemical Engineering Practice, National Renewable Energy Lab (2009)
Student Consultant, BP (2009) and Cabot Corporation (2009)
Financial Analyst, Global Environmental Fund at Tradelink, LLC (2008)
Independent Student Research in Rheology and Microemulsions, Burghardt Group, Northwestern University (2006-2007)

Publications and Presentations:

Kristin J. Vicari, Christopher J. Scarlata, Sandeep S. Tallam, Tatyana Shatova, Kang Joo Koh, Gregg T. Beckham, Daniel J. Schell, Edward J. Wolfrum.  In preparation, 2009.  “Yield uncertainty for the primary unit operations in the biochemical conversion of lignocellulosic biomass from uncertainty in feedstock composition and process variables.”
 
Kristin J. Vicari, Christopher J. Scarlata, Sandeep S. Tallam, Tatyana Shatova, Kang Joo Koh, Gregg T. Beckham, Daniel J. Schell, Edward J. Wolfrum.  “Yield uncertainty for the primary unit operations in the biochemical conversion of lignocellulosic biomass from uncertainty in feedstock composition and process variables.”  32nd Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals (poster).

 

 

 

 

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