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Ryan L. Hartman
Postdoctoral Associate

 

Ryan Hartman

Department of Chemical Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
77 Massachusetts Avenue
Building 66-501
Cambridge, MA  02139-4307

Phone: (617) 253-1929
Fax: (617) 258-8992
Email: rhartman@mit.edu

Education:

Ph.D., Chemical Engineering (2006)
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

M.S.E., Chemical Engineering (2003)
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

B.S., Chemical Engineering (2001)
Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI

Research Summary:

Biotechnology, fine chemical, energy, and pharmaceutical related industries are turning to microchemical systems for advantages such as high speed of research, safety of operation, and waste reduction. There is special interest in use of microsystems for continuous-flow synthesis that has applications in pharmaceuticals and specialty chemicals. Organic multistep syntheses carried out in microsystems can radically increase the speed of chemistry research and thus impact drug discovery and catalyst screening.  What is more, chemical engineering principles can be applied to develop novel design concepts for these complex, continuous syntheses.

Publications:

N. Wolf and R.L. Hartman (Editors), “Formation, Removal, and Inhibition of Scale in the Oilfield Environment” by W. Frenier and M. Ziauddin, Society of Petroleum Engineers (In Press).

R.L. Hartman and H.S. Fogler, “Understanding the Dissolution of Zeolites”, Langmuir 23, 5477-5484 (2007).

R.L. Hartman and H.S. Fogler, “The Unique Mechanism of Analcime Dissolution by Hydrogen Ion Attack”, Langmuir 22, 11163-11170 (2006).

R.L. Hartman, B. Lecerf, W. Frenier, M. Ziauddin, and H.S. Fogler, “Acid-Sensitive Aluminosilicates: Dissolution Kinetics and Fluid Selection for Matrix Stimulation Treatments”, SPE Prod. Oper. 21, 194-204 (2006).

R.L. Hartman and H.S. Fogler, “Reaction Kinetics and Mechanisms of Zeolite Dissolution in Hydrochloric Acid”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 44, 7738-7745 (2005).

 

 

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