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Multiphase Chemical Reaction Engineering:Modeling、Simulation and Application

Time:October 16, 2013 9:30 am

Location:1st floor conference room, Energy Building 1#

Lecturer:Professor Zai-Sha Mao,

Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Introduction:

Dr. Mao is a research professor affiliated to the Institute of Process Engineering (IPE, formerly Inst. of Chemical Metallurgy, or ICM), Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China. He graduated from Tsinghua University, China in 1966, and earned MS at ICM in 1981, and Ph.D. at University of Houston, USA in 1988.

As a principal investigator in chemical engineering fundamentals, his main research interest is on multiphase flow in chemical reactors, mathematical modeling of multiphase reactors, and numerical simulation of behavior of drops, bubbles and solid particles. He authors over 170 peer-reviewed technical papers and 20 patent applications on multiphase flow and chemical reactors.

He was awarded the 1991 Award of the Best Fundamental Paper by the South Texas Section of AIChE, a 1st Prize of Science and Technology Progress of China Petroleum & Chemical Industry Federation in 2006, and a 2nd Prize of State Natural Science Award in 2009. He is the associate editor-in-chief of Chinese Journal of Chemical Engineering and Chinese Journal of Process Engineering. He was an adjunct professor at the Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Sciences, giving graduate courses on Chemical Reaction Engineering and Mathematical Modeling in Chemical Engineering.

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