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MIT Alumni
Name
Thesis
Degree
Date
Presently @
Christopher Marton An Air-Breathing, Portable Thermoelectric Power Generator Based on a Microfabricated Silicon Combustor
Ph.D.
(M.S.CEP)

2010 (2008)

Dominion Engineering, Inc. (Reston, VA)
Jonathan McMullen Automated Microreactor System for Reaction Development and Online Optimization of Chemical Processes
Ph.D.
(M.S.CEP)
2010 (2006)
Merck & Co., Inc. (Rahway, NJ)
Nikolay Zaborenko Continuous-Flow Study and Scale-up of Conventionally
Difficult Chemical Processes
Ph.D.
2010
Eli Lilly (Indianapolis, ID)
Mahmooda Sultana Microfluidic Systems for Continuous
Crystallization of Small Organic Molecules
Ph.D.
2010
NASA
(Greenbelt, MD)
Ling Chao Spatial and Temporal Control of Lipid-Membrane Morphology
Induced by Sphingomyelinase
Ph.D.
2009
Cornell University (Ithaca, N)
Hemant Sahoo Design and Operation of Microchemical Systems for Multistep Chemical Syntheses
Ph.D.
(M.S.CEP)
2008
(2005)
ExxonMobil Corporation
(Houston, TX)
Linlin Ye Microfluidic Devices for Studying Early Response of Cytokine Signaling
Ph.D.
(M.S.CEP)
2008
(2005)
Unilever Research and Development
(Shanghai, China)
Jane Rempel Insights into Formation of Semiconductor Nanocrystals: from First Principles Calculations to Kinetic Models of Nucleation and Growth
Ph.D.
2007
Tiax LLC
(Boston, MA)
Jacob Albrecht Micro Free-Flow Isoelectric Focusing
Ph.D.
(M.S.CEP)
2007
(2004)
Bristol-Myers Squibb Company
(New Brunswick, NJ)
Brandon Blackwell Design, Fabrication, and Characterization of a Micro Fuel Processor
Ph.D.
(M.S.CEP)
2007
(2004)
Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks, P.C. (Boston, MA)
Ylva K. Olsson Chemical Vapor Deposition of Functionalized Isobenzofuran Polymers
M.S.
2007
NSB
(Norway)
Saif A. Khan Microfluidic Synthesis of Colloidal Nanomaterials
Ph.D.
2006
National University of Singapore
(Singapore, SGP)
Edward R. Murphy Microchemical Systems for Rapid Optimization of Organic Syntheses
Ph.D.
(M.S.CEP)
2006
(2003)
Bayer Business and Technology Services
(Pittsburgh, PA)
Zhiyu Zhang Microfabricated Reactor for Bioprocesses Development
Ph.D.
(M.S.CEP)
2006
(2002)
McKinsey & Co (New York, NY)
Ole M. Nielsen A Thermally Efficient Micro-Reactor for Thermophotovoltaic Power Generation
Ph.D.
2006
Bose Corporation
(Framingham, MA)
Jason G. Kralj Continuous Flow Separation Techniques for Microchemical Synthesis
Ph.D.
2005
NIST
(Washington, DC)
Thomas Gervais Mass Transfer and Structural Analysis of Microfluidic Sensors
Ph.D.
2005
École Polytechnique de Montréal and Journalist for the Télé-Québec
(Québec, CAN)
Manish Jhunjhunwala Control of Fluid Path on Microscale
Ph.D.CEP
(M.B.A.)
(M.S.CEP)
2005
(2005)
(2003)
Trefis
(Boston, MA)
Andrea Zanzotto Microbioreactor platforms for high-throughput screening and analysis of bioprocesses
Ph.D.
(M.S.CEP)
2005
(2000)
Millennium Pharmaceuticals
(Cambridge, MA)
Nuria de Mas Scalable Multiphase Microchemical Systems for Direct Fluorination
Ph.D.
(M.S.CEP)
2004
(1999)
Bristol-Myers Squibb Company
(New Brunswick, NJ)
Leonel Arana High-Temperature Microfluidic Systems for Thermally-Efficient Fuel Processing
Ph.D.
(M.S.CEP)
2003
(2000)
Intel Corporation
(Chandler, AZ)
Hang Lu Microfluidic Biochemical and Eletrical Devices for Rapid Analysis of Cells and Organelles
Ph.D.
2003
Georgia Institute of Technology
(Atlanta, GA)
Sameer K. Ajmera Microchemical Systems for Kinetic Studies of Catalytic Processes
Ph.D.
2002
Texas Instruments
(Dallas, TX)
Gwang-Soo Kim Multiscale Modeling of thin film deposition processes
Ph.D.
2002
NRC
(Ontario, Canada)
Jinwook Lee Semiconductor Nanocrystal Composite Materials and Devices
Ph.D.
2002
Intel Corporation
(Santa Clara, CA)
Maria A. Nemirovskaya Multiscale Modeling Strategies for Chemical Vapor Deposition
Ph.D.
2002
 
Samara L. Firebaugh Miniaturization and Integration of Photoacoustic Detection
Ph.D.
2001
United States Naval Academy
(Annapolis,MD)
Samara L. Firebaugh Investigation of Materials for Use in High-Temperature, Thin-Film Heaters and Temperature Sensors
M.S.E.E.
1997
United States Naval Academy
(Annapolis,MD)
Chris Vineis Characterization of OMVPE-Grown GaSb-Based Epilayers Using In Situ Reflectance and Ex Situ TEM
Ph.D.
2001
Wakonda Technologies
Tamara M. Floyd A Novel Microchemical System for Rapid Liquid-Liquid Chemistry
Ph.D.
2001
Tuskegee University
(Tuskegee, AL)
Jason Randall Heine Characterization and Device Applications of II-VI Nanocomposites
Ph.D.
2001
Texas Instruments
(Dallas,TX)
Matthew W. Losey Novel Multiphase Chemical Reaction Systems Enabled by Microfabrication Technology
Ph.D.
2001
Texas Instruments
(Dallas,TX)
Jacqueline Tew Underberg A Framework for Aligning Operations with Customer Service Requirements in a Capital Equipment Refurbishment Business
M.B.A. & M.S.Ch.E.
2001
 
Seth Thomas Rodgers Multiscale Modelling of Chemical Vapor Deposition and Plasma Etching
Ph.D.
2000
Bioprocessors
Samuel B. Schaevitz A MEMS Thermoelectric Generator
M.S.E.E. & C.S.
2000
Lilliputian Systems
Rajesh Venkataramani Multiscale Models of Metalorganic Vapor Phase Epitaxy Process
M.B.A.
2000
Goldman Sachs
(New York, NY)
Kim-Marie Levis Screening Experiment for a Polysilicon Gate Etch Chamber
M.S.Ch.E.
1999
Motorola Inc.
Theodoros Mihopoulos Reaction and Transport Processes in OMCVD: Selective and Group III-Nitride Growth
Ph.D.
1999
Motorola Inc.
(Austin, TX)
Kathleen Michelle Vaeth Parylene-Based Chemical Vapor Deposition of Electroluminescent Polymer Films Used in Polymer Light Emitting Diodes
Ph.D.
1999
Eastman Kodak Co.
(Rochester, NY)
Brian Gerald Willis Complementaty Computational Chemistry and Surface Science Experiments of Reaction Pathways in Aluminum Chemical Vapor Deposition
Ph.D.
1999
University of Delaware
(Newark, DE)
Suman K. Banerjee Nonlinear Model Reduction Methods for Rapid Thermal and Chemical Vapor Deposition Processes
Ph.D.
1998
Motorola Inc.
(Tempe, AZ)
Douglas S. Fong Evaluation of Continuous Batch Processing for Vertical Diffusion Furnaces
M.B.A.
1998
 
Michael Z. Gu Gas-Phase Reaction Pathways in Organometallic Chemical Vapor Deposition of AIGaAs
M.S.Ch.E.
1998
Cypress Semiconductor MN, Inc.
(Bloomington,MN)
I-Ming Hsing Simulation Strategies for Microfabricated Chemical Systems
Ph.D.
1998
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Harsano Siem Simka Application of Quantum Chemistry Calculations in Modeling Chemical Vapor Deposition Processes 
Ph.D.
1998
Intel Corporation
(Santa Clara, CA)
Ravi Srinivasan Microfabricated Reactors for Partial Oxidation Reactions
Ph.D.
1998
Symyx Technologies
(Santa Clara, CA)
Jeffrey P. Hebb Pattern Effects in Rapid Thermal Processing
Ph.D.
1997
Eaton Corporation
(Peabody, MA)
Brian H. Cumpston Bulk and Interfacial Degradation of Polymers Used for Electronic and Photonic Applications
Ph.D.
1996
OSRAM Opto Semiconductors
(San Jose, CA)
Lawrence J. Foley Growth and Optical Monitoring of Organometallic Vapor Phase Epitaxy
M.S.Ch.E.
1996
Intel Corporation
(Santa Clara,CA)
Shih-Tung Ngiam Development of a Cluster Deposition Process for Fabricating Quantum Dot Composite Materials
Ph.D.
1996
Hewlett Packard
(Singapore)
Michal Danek Chemical Approaches to Organomettalic Chemical Vapor Deposition of Wide Band-Gap II-VI Layers and Nanocrystal Composites
Ph.D.
1995
Novellus Systems, Inc.
(San Jose, CA)
Brad Houston Transfer of an Evolving Technology
MBA
1995
Intel Corporation
Jeung-Soo Huh Organometallic Vapor Phase Epitaxy of ZnSe wuth Novel Zn and Se Sources
Ph.D.
1995
Kyung-Pook National University
(Korea)
Sateria Salim In-situ Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy of Chemistry and Growth in Chemical Vapor Depostiion 
Ph.D.
1995
Praxair, Inc.
(Tonawanda, NY)
Tushar Praful Merchant Modelling of Rapid Thermal Processes
Ph.D.
1994
Motorola Advanced Custom Technologies
(Mesa, AZ)
Daniel Gene Coronell Simulation and Analysis of Rarefied Gas Flows in Chemical Vapor Deposition Processes
Ph.D.
1993
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
(Terre Haute, AZ)
Jaesung Han Combined Experimental and Modeling Studies of Laser Assisted Chemical Vapor Deposition of Copper and Aluminum
Ph.D.
1993
Yukong Ltd.
(Korea)
Erik Oddmund Einset Three Dimensional Transport and Kinetic Modeling of Horizontal Chemical Vapor Deposition Reactors
Ph.D.
1991
General Electric Co.
(Schenectady, NY)
Kwok-Lun Ho Metalorganic Chemical Vapor Deposition of Aluminum Nitride and Gallium Nitride
Ph.D.
1991
3M
Jihperng Leu FTIR and XPS Studies of Polymer Surface Modification in CF4/O2/NF3 Microwave Discharges and of Metal-Polymide Interfaces
Ph.D.
1990
University of Minnesota
(Minneapolis, MN)
Rajesh Ramaswamy Melkote Modeling of Transport and Reaction in Evolving, Fibrous Structures
Ph.D.
1990
GE Lighting Technology
(Cleveland, OH)
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Former Postdoctoral Fellows
Name
Research Focus
Date
Presently @
Ketan Pimparkar Development of a high throughput photochemical microreactor system; Scaleup of melt processing reaction 2009-2010  
Ryan Hartman Multi-step Microscale Operations 2008-2010 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Jian Wen Free-flow Isoelectric Focusing 2007- 2009

Information Laboratory (Bedford, MA)

Bernard Yen UV Photochemical Microsystems 2008-2009 MIT
Samuel Marre Materials Synthesis in Microdevices 2006-2008 University of Bordeaux, France
Andrea Adamo Design and fabrication of large, robust, integrated networks for microfluidic components 2004-2009 (University of Palermo, Italy)
Kishori Deshpande Synthesis of complex oxides applied to catalysis and fuel cell materials synthesis studies 2004-2008 Dow Chemical Co.
(Freeport, TX)
Hyun-Goo Choi Developmental techniques for modifying surfaces and microfluidic systems for controlling protein and cell interations. 2004-2005 Bioscale, Inc.
(Cambridge, MA)
Jamil El-Ali Microfabricated biological devices 2003-2006 McKinsey & Co.
(Copenhagen, DEN)
Yongbae Jeon Microelectromechanics (MEMS) application for integrated microchemical systems 2003-2005 Varian Semiconductor Equipment Associates, Inc., Korea
Axel Günther Fluid mechanical experimentation and microfabrication applicable to multiphase microreactor research 2002-2006 University of Toronto
(Toronto, CAN)
Nuria de Mas Microchemical systems technology 2004-2005 Bristol-Meyer Squibb, NJ
Benjamin Wilhite Multiphase reactions in microreactors; participation in multidisciplinary research 2002-2005 University of Connecticut
Nicolas Szita Microfabricated fermentation systems 2001-2005 University College London
Chelsey Baertsch Catalyst synthesis and characterization 2001-2003 Purdue University
Carlo Cavalotti Multiscale simulations of chemical vapor deposition 2001-2002 Politechnico di Milano, Italy
Cyril Delattre   2002-
2000
CEA-LETI, Minatec
Grenoble, France
Rebecca Jackman Microfabrication; microelectrochemical forming of microstructures 1999-2001 Commonwealth School, Boston, MA
Constance Bauer Quantum chemistry and chemical kinetics of CVD processes 1998-2000  
Aleksander Franz Surface chemistry of compound semiconductors relative to selective growth; quantum chemistry of surface reaction processes. 1997-2001 Lilliputian Systems, Inc., Woburn, MA
Ratna Shekhar Synthesis and operation of polymer-based electroluminescent devices; photoluminescence spectroscopy and computational chemistry 1997-1998 Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corp., NJ
Istvan Lengyl Simulations of compound semiconductor growth; quantum chemistry methods and kinetic simulations 1996-1999 The Dow Chemical Company, TX
Javier Rodriguez-Viejo Synthesis of thin CdSe/ZnS quantum dot deposits; three-dimensional growth and lattice registration in layered semiconductor clusters; three-dimensional quantum confinement in optical devices 1996-1997 Generalitat de Catalunya (Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, Spain)
Ajit Balakrishna Finite element simulations of dry-etching processes for semiconductors (hydrofluorde water and alcohol removal of siliconoxide, ultraviolet stimulated fluorine and chlorine etching of silicon nitride) 1995-1997 Applied Materials, Santa Clara, CA
Charles Musgrave Computational chemistry 1995-1996 Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Xia Yong Modeling of transport porous media transport properties, rheological studies on highly concentrated suspensions 1994-1995 ADE Corporation, San Jose, CA
Peter Futerko Kinetics and chemical vapor deposition (CVD) research; kinetic and wafer cleaning processes modeling 1994-1995 (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute graduate)
Vernon Cole Modeling of rapid thermal processing (RTP), finite element modeling of transport phenomena and chemical kinetics 1993-1995 Motorola, Austin, TX
Narasimha Acharya Modeling of physical and chemical processes underlying the rapid desification of carbon-carbon composites 1993-1995 Mattson Thermal Products, Inc, San Jose, CA
Ming Xi Surface spectroscopy of organometallic compounds 1993-1994 Applied Materials, Santa Clara, CA
Karson Knutson Modeling of rapid thermal processing (RTP). 1993-1994 Intel Corporation, Hillsboro, OR
Chris Kleijn Modeling of 3D flows in horizontal reactors for metalorganic chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD) of GaAs, single-wafer reactors for Si and W CVD 1993 (April-Oct.) Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Jiong-Ping Lu Surface infrared spectroscopy and related in situ diagnostic techniques applied to reaction mechanisms in the chemical vapor deposition of III-V semiconductors (gallium arsenide). Catalysis and surface systems background. 1991-1993 Texas Instruments, Dallas, TX
Maurizio Masi Reaction engineering; MOCVD chemistry modeling 1991-1992 University of Milano, Italy
Kun-Ho Lie Finite element modeling of CVD reactors; numerical schemes for treating radiation heat transfer; chemical kinetic mechanisms for gas-phase and surface reactions. 1990-1992 Mitsubishi Silicon America, Salem, OR
Sanjay Patnaik Growth, characterization and modeling of ZnSe; modeling for optoelectronic molecules 1990-1991 International Paper, Tuxedo, NY
Ananth Annapragada Building of MOCVD experimental system 1989-1991 Abott Laboratories, No. Chicago, IL
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Former Visiting Scientists
Name
Research Focus
Date
Presently @
Amol A. Kulkarni Gas-Liquid mixing in microreactors 2009-2010 National Chemical Laboratory, India
Masaya Hamano Autoxidation with oxygen in microreactor 2008-2009 Ono Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.
Kenichiro Hashimoto Microreaction engineering 2008-2009  
Michiel Kreutzer Kinetics, Microreaction Engineering 2005-2006 Delft University of Technology
Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy Chemical Applications of Microsystems 2005 (Jan-Dec.) Louisana State University
Kunio Watanabe R&D of direct fluorination in liquid phase by elemental fluorine in fluorinated materials production engineering 2002-2004 Asahi Glass, Ltd., Japan
Tomoya Inoue Reaction mechanisms on heterogeneous catalysts; catalys characterization 2001-2004 Asahi Kasei, Japan
Yasuhiro Wada Organic synthesis applied to microreactor research 2001-2003 Mitsubishi Chemical Corp., Japan
Cyril Delattre   2002-
2000
CEA-LETI, Minatec
Grenoble, France
Shinji Isogai Quantum chemistry and chemical kintics 1998-2000 Mitsubishi Chemical Corp., Japan
Masanobu Ichida Microreactor research 1997 (June-Oct.) Mitsubishi Chemical Corp., Japan
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Former Visiting Students
Name
Research Focus
Date
Presently @
Francesco Venturini Direct fluorinations with elemental fluorine in microreactors 2010 (Mar. - Aug.) Politecnico di Milano
(Milan, Italy)
Lars Johansen Packed-bed Microreactors 2009
(Jan.-June)
Technical University of Denmark
Ruud Brand Catalytic Reactions in Microreactors 2008
(April-Oct.)
Shell Corporation
Nora Langhorst Fluid Delivery Systems 2008
(April-Sep.)
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich
Maurizio Rondanini 3D modeling of microreactors for catalytic combustion and reforming of hydrocarbons 2007
(April-Oct.)
Politecnico di Milano
(Milan, Italy)
Gian Caviezel High temperature microreaction systems 2006-2007 (Aug.-Feb.) Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich
Veronique Gondoin Microreactor based controlled nanoparticle synthesis 2006 (Feb.-Aug.) Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich
Ruben Kolfschoten Biotechnology applications for current cell stimulus, lysis and protein array, and microfluidis for cell growth research 2005-2006 (Aug.-Feb.) Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Nicolas Imlinger Microreactor development and fabrication; study methods for integrating light paths and detection; evaluation of detection limits among varying techniques; kinetic studies 2005 (Jan-Dec.) University of Innsbruck; Wacker-Chemie Gm bH
Gerardo Perozziello BioMEMS applied to fluidic interconnections for microfluidic devices 2004-2005 (Nov.-May) Danish Technical University (DTU), Copenhagen
Franz Trachsel Multiphase flow in chemical and biological microsystems 2003-2004 (Oct.-March) Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich
Martina Thalmann Multiphase flow in chemical and biological microsystems 2003-2004 (Oct.-March) Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich
Tobias Kraus Multiphase reactions in microreactors 2002-2003 (Oct.-March) Technical University of Munich
Uwe Hansen Simulation of CVD processes, particularly molecular dynamics; simulation of fundamental thin film growth processes 1999 (April-Dec.) Walter Schottky Institute, Technical University of Munich
Joost Driessen Surface reaction mechanisms underlying chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD) processes using surface spectroscopies, including temperature controlled desorption (TPD), Fourier transform infrared (FTR) and high electron energy loss (HREEL) spectroscopy 1998 (Jan.-Aug.) Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Ester Hurtos CVD nucleation and reactor studies 1997 (June-Aug.) Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain
Søren Eriksen Chemical vapor deposition (CVD) 1997 (June-Aug.) Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Copenhagen
Tim Lund Electronic materials research 1993 (Aug.-Nov.) Technical University of Berlin
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University of Minnesota Alumni
Name
Thesis
Degree
Date
Presently @
Sadavisan Shankar Large Scale Modelling of Glow Discharges or Non-Equilibrium Plasmas
Ph.D.
1995
Intel Corporation
(Santa Clara, CA)
Donald Robert McKenna Convection Phenomena in the Metal Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition of Compound Semiconductors in Vertical Reactors
Ph.D.
1993
 
James Brian Planeaux Bifurcation Phenomena in CSTR Dynamics
Ph.D.
1993
Air Force Technological Institute
Jesus Alvarez-Calderon Measurement Structure and Estimation Strategies in Chemical Process Control
Ph.D.
1992
Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana
(Mexico)
Harry Keith Moffat Numerical Modeling of Chemical Vapor Deposition Processes in Horizontal Reactors
Ph.D.
1992
Sandia National Laboratories
(Albequerque, NM)
Peter Everett Price Jr. Bifurcatiion Behavior in Laser Direct-Write Metallization From Thin Films
Ph.D.
1991
3M
Mark Francis Ellis On-Line Control and Estimation of the Molecular Weight Distribution in a Batch Polymerization Reactor
Ph.D.
1990
3M Chemolite Center
(St. Paul, MN)
Dimitrios Ioannou Fotiadis Two- and Three Dimensional Finite Element Simulations of Reacting Flows in Chemical Vapor Deposition of Compound Semiconductors
Ph.D.
1990
University of Ioannia
(Greece)
Simon Brandon Chemical Mechanisms Underlying Metalorganic Chemical Vapor Doposition of GaAs and Related Compounds
M.S.Ch.E.
1989
Technion
(Israel)
Manoj Dalvie Combined Experimental and Modeling Studies of Spatial Effects in CF4-Based Plasma Etching of Silicon
Ph.D.
1989
 
Konstantinos Petros Giapis Experimental Studies of the Metalorganic Chemical Vapor Deposition and Doping of Zinc Selenide
Ph.D.
1989
CalTech
(Pasadena,CA)
Thomas Robert Omstead Metalorganic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD) of GaAs using Organometallic Arsenic Precursors
Ph.D.
1989
Semizone, Inc.
(Palo Alto,CA)
David Clinton Skouby Modeling and Laser Diagnostic Experiments in Laser-Assisted Chemical Vapor Deposition
Ph.D.
1989
Exxon Mobil Research and Engineering
Peter Wai-Man Lee Organometallic Chemical Vapor Deposition of GaAs
Ph.D.
1988
Applied Materials
Victor Gonzalez Estimation and Control of Molecular Weight Distributions in PolyMethyl Methacrylate Polymerizations
Ph.D.
1987
University of Guadalajara
Anthony Michael Kremer Experimental Investigations and Finite Element Modeling of Vertical Chemical Vapor Deposition Reactors
M.S.Ch.E.
1987
US Navy
Karl Frederick Roenigk Analysis of Low Pressure Chemical Vapor Deposition Processes
Ph.D.
1987
Best Regression
(Hudson, WI)
Mark David Foster Small Angle X-Ray Scattering Investigation of Pore Structure Change in Gas-Solid Reactions
Ph.D.
1986
University of Akron
(Akron, OH)
David Barry Graves A Continuum Model of Low Pressure Gas Discharges
Ph.D.
1986
University of California, Berkeley
(Berkeley, CA)
Thomas Paul Kempf Adaptive Control of Extrusion Processes
M.S.Ch.E.
1986
Pillsbury
Carl Allen Houtman Hydrodynamic Studies of Vertical Reactors
M.S.Ch.E.
1985
 
Devesh Kapur Metal Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD) of Gallium Arsenide
M.S.Ch.E.
1985
Harvard University
(Cambridge, MA)
Sebastian Reyes Applications of Percolation Theory to Modeling of NonCatalytic Gas-Solid Reactions
Ph.D.
1985
Exxon Mobil Research & Engineering Co.
(Annandale,NJ)
Henry Kwok Kin Lau Studies on the Control of Integrated Chemical Processes
Ph.D.
1982
Shell
Harald Christian Lyche Regeneration of Coked Tubular Reactors
M.S.Ch.E.
1982
 
Charles William Plumb Catalytic Carbon Gasification
M.S.Ch.E.
1982
 

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