Invited Talks

Keynote, Plenary and Named Lectures

Peck Lecture, “Flow Behavior of Aspherical Particles”, Illinois Institute of Chemical Engineering, Chicago, IL, October 2021

ExxonMobil Lecture, “Flow Behavior of Cohesive and Aspherical Grains”, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Virtual, October 2020

Covestro Lecture, TBA, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, April 2020 (postponed)

Particle Technology Forum Lifetime Achievement Award Lecture, “Flow Behavior of Cohesive and Aspherical Particles in Hoppers and Shear Cells”, 2019 Annual AIChE Meeting, Orlando, FL, November 2019

Plenary Lecture, 7th UK-China International Particle Technology Forum, “Using DEM to Develop Constitutive Models for CFD Simulations of Aspherical Particulate Flow Mixtures”, Edinburgh, UK, July 2019

Plenary Lecture, Second International Symposium on Computational Particle Technology, “Using DEM to Develop Constitutive Models for CFD Simulations of Particulate Flows”, Melbourne, Australia, December 2018

Maddox Lecturer for Diversity and Inclusion, “Sowing the Seeds of Diversity in Engineering”, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, November 2018

Keynote Lecture, 20th Anniversary of the Women’s Initiative Committee, “Modeling and Simulation of Complex Particle-Laden Flows”, AIChE National Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, October 2018

Westerberg Lecturer, Carnegie Mellon University, “Towards Simulation-Based Design of Particle Handling Processes”, Pittsburgh, PA, September 2018

Keynote Lecture, 8th World Congress on Particle Technology, “Towards Simulation-Based Design of Pharmaceutical Processes”, Orlando, Florida, April 2018

Eminent Scholar Lecturer, University of South Florida, “Towards Simulation-Based Design of Particle Handling Processes”, Tampa, FL, January 2018

J.D. Lindsay Lecturer, Texas A&M University, “Towards Simulation-Based Design of Particle Handling Processes”, College Station, TX, September 2016

Keynote Lecture, International Fine Particle Research Institute, Annual Meeting, “Modeling the Transport of Wet, Flexible Fibers”, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, June 2015

Keynote Lecture, 8th International Conference for Conveying and Handling of Particulate Solids, “The Role of Particle Shape in Transport Processes”, Tel Aviv, Israel, May 2015

Thomas Baron Award Lecture, “Simulating the Dense-Phase Transport of Particulates”, 2014 Annual AIChE Meeting, Atlanta, GA, November 2014

Keynote Lecture, Particulate Processes in the Pharmaceutical Industry III, “The Effect of Particle Shape on Pharmaceutical and Granular Flow Processes”, Brisbane, Australia, July 2011

Chemical Engineering Lectureship Award Lecture, “Simulation of Particulate Flow Processes”, 2008 ASEE Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, June 2008

Plenary Lecture, 16th Annual Conference, CFD Society of Canada, “Using DEM to Develop Constitutive Models for CFD Simulations for Particulate Flows”, Saskatoon, Canada, June 2008

Fluidization Lectureship Award Lecture, “Recent Advances in Modeling of Fluidized Particulate Systems”, 2007 Annual AIChE Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, November 2007

Keynote Lecture, International Conference on Multiphase Flow, “Effect of Particle Shape on Flowability”, Leipzig, Germany, July 2007

Hollingsworth Lectureship in Engineering, University of Texas, “Modeling Particle Segregation During Hopper Discharge”, Austin, TX, April 2007

Keynote Lecture, International Conference on CFD in the Minerals and Process Industries, “LDV Measurements and CFD Modeling of Particle-Laden Flows”, Melbourne, Australia, December 2003

Keynote Lecture, ASME Fluids Engineering Meeting, “Effect of Solids Loading, Reynolds Number, and Particle Size Distribution on Velocity Fluctuations in Gas-Particle Flows”, Honolulu, HI, July 2003

Keynote Lecture, 6th World Congress of Chemical Engineering, “Latest Developments in CFD Modeling for Multiphase Flows”, Melbourne, Australia, September 2001 (did not deliver lecture due to terrorist attacks on US)

Keynote Lecture, Foundations of Computer-Aided Process Design, “CFD Modeling of Particle-Laden Flows”, Breckenridge, CO, July 1999

Keynote Lecture, International Fine Particle Research Institute, Annual Meeting, “Dilute and Dense Phase Gas-Solid Flows”, Brighton, England, June 1998

Keynote Lecture, Computational Fluid Dynamics in Chemical Reaction Engineering Conference, “Computational Methods for Dilute and Dense Suspension Flows”, San Diego, CA, October 1996

Other Keynote Lectures

Keynote Address, College of Central Florida, “Careers in Engineering and Science”, Ocala, FL, March 2015

Keynote Lecture, Women’s Initiatives Committee Meeting, “Thriving at Every Career Stage”, AIChE National Meeting, Atlanta, GA, November 2014

Keynote Commencement Address, Gulliver Preparatory Schools, Miami, FL, May 2014

Invited Conference/Workshop/Symposia Presentations

2021 International Congress of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Milan, Italy, August 2021.

Sigma Xi Monie A. Ferst Award Symposium in honor of Nicholas Peppas, “Some Interesting Features of Granular Flow”, Georgia Tech, November 2019

Blending and Segregation Forum, “Using DEM to Develop Constitutive Models for CFD Simulations of Particulate Flows”, Purdue University, August 2019

American’s Competitiveness Exchange, “Diversity and Inclusion at UC Davis”, UC Davis, Davis, CA, October 2018

Compaction Simulation Forum, “Using DEM Simulations to aid in the Design of Pharmaceutical Processes”, Genetech, San Francisco, CA, June 2018

Symposium in Honor of Dennis Prieve’s Retirement, “Towards Simulation-Based Design of Particle Handling Processes”, 2017 AIChE Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, October 2017

Symposium in Honor of Professor LS Fan, “DEM Simulations of Flexible and Rigid Fibers for Describing Bulk Flow Behavior”, 2017 AIChE Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, October 2017

Department Heads Forum, “Advice to Department Chairs from an Engineering Dean”, 2017 AIChE Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, October 2017

Symposium Honoring Professor Nicholas Peppas, “Peppamer to Particulate Flow”, 2016 Annual AIChE Meeting, San Francisco, CA, November 2016

Symposium Honoring Professor Robert Pfeffer, “Wet, Cohesive Non-Spherical Particle Packing”, 2015 Annual AIChE Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, November 2015

AIChE Frontiers in Particle Science and Technology Conference, “Shear Flows of Wet, Flexible Fibers Using the Discrete Element Method”, Chicago, IL, May 2014

Workshop on Enabling Process Innovation through Computation “Toward Simulation-Based Design of Powder Handling Processes”, LSU, Baton Rouge, LA, April 2014

Florida Energy Summit, “Energy:  Myth and Reality – Biofuels”, Orlando, FL, October 2013

SEC Engineering Deans Conference, “Developing Future Engineering Faculty”, Atlanta, GA, August 2013

SEC Engineering Deans Conference, “Gator Engineering Undergraduate Research Opportunities”, Atlanta, GA, August 2012

DOE Multiphase Flow Science Workshop, “Effect of Stokes Number on Turbulent Fluid-Solid Flows”, Pittsburgh, PA, August 2011

Workshop on Lunar/Martian Plume Effects, NASA-KSC, “Two-Fluid Modeling of a Subsonic Turbulent Jet Impinging on a Particle Bed”, Kennedy Space Center, FL, January 2011

Workshop on Lunar/Martian Plume Effects, NASA-KSC, “Cratering of Particle Beds by a Subsonic Turbulent Jet”, Kennedy Space Center, FL, January 2011 (presentation by C. LaMarche)

Symposium Honoring Professor Stanley Sandler (on the occasion of his 70th birthday), “Using Molecular Dynamics Simulations to Develop Constitutive Models for CFD Simulations of Particle-Laden Flows”, 2010 Annual AIChE Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, November 2010

Gordon Research Conference on Granular & Granular-Fluid Flow, “The Effect of Particle Shape on Particle-Phase Stress”, Waterville, Maine, USA, June 2010

Department of Energy Multiphase Flow Workshop, “The Effect of Particle Shape on Particle-Phase Stress”, Pittsburgh, PA, May 2010

Symposium Honoring Professor Dimitri Gidaspow (On the Occasion of his 75th Birthday), “LDV Measurements of Liquid-Solid Flow in a Vertical Pipe”, 2009 Annual AIChE Meeting, Nashville, TN, November 2009

5th Sino-US Joint Conference of Chemical Engineering, “The Effect of Particle Shape on Particle-Phase Stress”, Beijing, China, October 2009

AIChE Centennial Session:  Chemical Engineering Education:  Past and Future, “Integration of CFD into the Undergraduate Chemical Engineering Curriculum”, 2008 Annual AIChE Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November 2008

Symposium Honoring Professor George Klinzing (On the Occasion of his 70th Birthday), “New Perspectives on Fluid-Phase Turbulence Modulation by Particles”, 2008 Annual AIChE Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November 2008

Workshop on Lunar and Martian Plume Effects, NASA Kennedy Space Center “Modeling Cratering by a Subsonic Jet Impacting a Sand Bed”, October 2008

Symposium Honoring the 60th Birthday of Nicholas Peppas, “Modeling of Particulate Flows”, University of Texas, Austin, TX, August 2008

NSF-ADVANCE Faculty Horizons Program, University of Maryland – Baltimore County “Securing Your First Faculty Position”, Baltimore, MD, July 2008

International Conference of the Engineering Mechanics Institute “The Flow Behavior of Cohesive Particles during Hopper Discharge”, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 2008 (presentation by A. Anand)

Industrial Advisory Board Meeting, NSF-ERC for Particle Science and Technology, “Particulate Flow Modeling Tutorial”, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, September 2007

IUTAM Symposium on Multiphase Flow, “Effect of Particle Shape on Flowability”, Istanbul, Turkey, June 2007

Department Heads Forum, 2006 Annual AIChE Meeting, “Collective and Individual Mentoring of Junior Faculty”, San Francisco, CA, November 2006

Symposium Honoring Professor Robert Pfeffer (On the Occasion of his 70th Birthday), “Effect of Solids Loading, Reynolds Number, and Particle Size Distribution on Velocity Fluctuations in Fluid-Particle Flows”, San Francisco, CA, November 2006

Symposium Honoring Professor L.S. Fan (Recipient of the 2006 E.V. Murphee Award in Industrial and Engineering Chemistry), “Segregation in Particulate Flows During Hopper Discharge”, 2006 Annual American Chemical Society Meeting, Atlanta, GA, March 2006

ASME Fluids Engineering Conference, “DEM Simulations of Particle Clustering at High Solids Concentrations”, Houston, TX, June 2005

Summer School in Winter, NSF-ERC for Particle Science and Technology, “Modeling Particle-Laden Flows”, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, January 2005

IUTAM Multiphase Flow Symposium, “Observation and Simulation of Particle Clusters in Flowing Particulate Systems”, Argonne National Laboratories, Argonne, IL, October 2004

Summer School in Winter, NSF-ERC for Particle Science and Technology “Modeling Particle-Laden Flows”, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, January 2004

4th ASME-JSME Joint Fluids Engineering Conference, “Effect of Solids Loading, Reynolds Number, and Particle Size Distribution on Velocity Fluctuations in Gas-Particle Flows”, Honolulu, HI, July 2003

Cement Industry Technical Conference, Professors’ Colloquium, “CFD and DEM for Particle Flows”, Dallas, TX, May 2003

International Fine Particle Research Institute Technical Conference, “LDV Measurements and CFD Modeling of Gas-Particle Flows”, Chicago, IL, April 2003

Summer School in Winter, NSF-ERC for Particle Science and Technology, “Fluidization”, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, January 2003

ASEE Summer School, “CFD Usage in Undergraduate Chemical Engineering Education”, Boulder, CO, July 2002

Council for Chemical Research Meeting, “Particle Dynamics and Turbulence”, Marco Island, Florida, June 2000

CACHE Reception, “Using CFD to Enhance Chemical Engineering Education”, 1999 Annual AIChE Meeting, Dallas, TX, November 1999

Young Faculty Forum, “Keys to Successful Interactions with Industry”, 1999 Annual AIChE Meeting, Dallas, TX, November 1999

Symposium Honoring the Retirement of Professor Roy Jackson, “Modeling and Measurement of Dilute and Dense-Phase Gas-Solid Flows”, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, April 1998

NSF Workshop on Flow of Particulates and Fluids, “Gas-Solid Flow Simulation”, Santa Barbara, CA, February 1998

ASEE Summer School, “Case Studies:  CFD in Multiphase Flows Involving Particles”, Snowbird, UT, August 1997

US-South Africa Conference on Particle Technology, “Flow and Heat Transfer Behavior of Gas-Solid Mixtures”, MINTEK, Johannesburg, South Africa, June 1997

Institute for Mathematics and its Applications, “Pneumatic Transport of Solids:  Flow Behavior and Heat Transfer”, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, January 1996

Young Faculty Forum, “A View from Different Angles”, 1995 Annual AIChE Meeting, Miami Beach, FL, November 1995

NSF Workshop on Particle Science and Technology, “Multiphase Flow”, Washington, DC, June 1993

International Fine Particle Research Institute, Annual Meeting, “Predictive Capabilities of Fundamental Hydrodynamic Models for Gas-Solid Flow Based on the Kinetic Theory Analogy”, Pasadena, CA, June 1993

Invited Academic Lectures

University of California, Davis, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, April 2021

New York University, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, April 2020 (postponed)

Columbia University, “Flow Behavior of Cohesive and Aspherical Grains”, Department of Chemical Engineering, October 2019

Arizona State University, “Towards Simulation-Based Design of Particle Handling Processes”, School of Engineering for Matter, Transport and Energy, January 2019

University of Colorado, “Towards Simulation-Based Design of Particle Handling Processes”, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, November 2018

University of Arkansas, “Towards Simulation-Based Design of Particle Handling Processes”, Department of Chemical Engineering, November 2018

Zhejiang University, “Towards Simulation-Based Design of Particle Handling Processes”, School of Aeronautics and Astronautics, October 2018

Aix-Marseille University, “Toward Simulation Based Design of Particle Handling Processes”, Marseille, France, June 2015

University of Central Florida, “Granular Shear Flows of Elongated Particles”, Physics Department, Orlando, FL, March 2013

Illinois Institute of Technology, “Granular Shear Flows of Elongated Particles”, Department of Chemical Engineering, Chicago, IL, March 2013

University of Florida, “Using DEM to Develop Constitutive Models for CFD Simulations for Particulate Flows”, Department of Chemical Engineering, Gainesville, FL, March 2012

Baylor University, “Using DEM to Develop Constitutive Models for CFD Simulations for Particulate Flows”, College of Engineering and Computer Science, Waco, TX, January 2012

Purdue University, Centennial Celebration Seminar, “Particle-Laden Flows: Applications, Modeling Approaches and Challenges”, West Lafayette, IN, October 2011

University of New South Wales, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, “Some Current Challenges in Simulating Particle Flow”, Sydney, Australia, February 2011

Louisiana State University, “Using DEM to Develop Constitutive Models for CFD Simulations for Particulate Flows”, Department of Chemical Engineering, Baton Rouge, LA, October 2010

New Jersey Institute of Technology, “Using DEM to Develop Constitutive Models for CFD Simulations for Particulate Flows”, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Newark, NJ, October 2010

University of South Carolina, “Using DEM to Develop Constitutive Models for CFD Simulations for Particulate Flows”, Department of Chemical Engineering, Columbia, SC, April 2010

Carnegie Mellon University, “Using DEM to Develop Constitutive Models for CFD Simulations for Particulate Flows”, Department of Chemical Engineering, Pittsburgh, PA, September 2009

University of Michigan, “Using DEM to Develop Constitutive Models for CFD Simulations for Particulate Flows”, Department of Chemical Engineering, Ann Arbor, MI, January 2009

University of South Florida, “Development of Improved Lunar Soil Constitutive Models for Debris Simulation”, Department of Physics, Tampa, FL, October 2008

Ohio University, “Using DEM to Develop Constitutive Models for CFD Simulations for Particulate Flows”, Dept. of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Athens, OH, September 2008

Tennessee Technological University, “Using DEM to Develop Constitutive Models for CFD Simulations for Particulate Flows”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Cookeville, TN, April 2008

Simon Bolivar University, “CFD for Particle-Laden Flows”, College of Engineering, Caracus, Venezuela, February 2008

Clarkson University, “Using DEM to Develop Constitutive Models for CFD Simulations for Particulate Flows”, Dept. of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Potsdam, NY, October 2007

University of Virginia, “Using DEM to Develop Constitutive Models for CFD Simulations for Particulate Flows”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Charlottesville, VA, October 2007

Mississippi State University, “Using DEM to Develop Constitutive Models for CFD Simulations for Particulate Flows”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Starkville, MS, September 2007

University of Utah, Distinguished Lecture Series, “Modeling Granular Segregation During Hopper Discharge”, Dept. of Chemical and Fuels Engineering, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 2007

Auburn University, “Modeling Granular Segregation During Hopper Discharge”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Auburn, AL, March 2007

Columbia University, “Simulating the Dense-Phase Transport of Particulates”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, New York, NY, November 2006

North Carolina State University, “Simulating the Dense-Phase Transport of Particulates”, Dept. of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Raleigh, NC, September 2006

University of Kentucky, “Simulating the Dense-Phase Transport of Particulates”, Dept. of Chemical and Materials Engineering, Lexington, KY, March 2006

Georgia Institute of Technology, “Simulating the Dense-Phase Transport of Particulates”, Dept. of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Atlanta, GA, October 2005

Princeton University, “Simulating the Dense-Phase Transport of Particulates”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Princeton, NJ, October 2005

University of Queensland, “Fluid-Particle Flows:  Next Steps in CFD Model Development”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Brisbane, Australia, November 2004

University of New South Wales, “Fluid-Particle Flows:  Next Steps in CFD Model Development”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Sydney, Australia, November 2004

University of Newcastle, “Fluid-Particle Flows:  Next Steps in CFD Model Development”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Newcastle, Australia, November 2004

University of Sydney, “Fluid-Particle Flows:  Next Steps in CFD Model Development”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Sydney, Australia, November 2004

University of Melbourne, “Fluid-Particle Flows:  Next Steps in CFD Model Development”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Melbourne, Australia, October 2004

Monash University, “Fluid-Particle Flows:  Next Steps in CFD Model Development”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Melbourne, Australia, September 2004

Chalmers University of Technology, “Next Steps in CFD Model Development for Fluid-Particle Flows”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Goteborg, Sweden, May 2004

University of Florida, “Observation and Simulation of Clusters in Flowing Particulate Systems”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Gainesville, FL, December 2003

Johns Hopkins University, “Observation and Simulation of Clusters in Flowing Particulate Systems”, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Baltimore, MD, November 2003

University of Pittsburgh, “Observation and Simulation of Clusters in Flowing Particulate Systems”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Pittsburgh, PA, October 2003

Lehigh University, “Particle Size and Reynolds Number Effects in Gas Solid Flows”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Bethlehem, PA, November 2002

University of Houston, “Effects of Solids Loading on Gas-Solid Flows”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Houston, TX, November 2001

University of California, Santa Barbara, “Effects of Solids Loading on Gas-Solid Flows”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Santa Barbara, CA, October 2001

Iowa State University, “LDV Measurements and CFD Modeling of Gas-Solid Flows”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Ames, IA, October 2001

University of Massachusetts, “LDV Measurements and CFD Modeling of Gas-Solid Flows”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Amherst, MA, May 2001

Delft University, “LDV Measurements and CFD Modeling of Gas-Solid Flows”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Delft, The Netherlands, September 2000

University of Houston, “LDV Measurements and CFD Modeling of Gas-Solid Flows”, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Houston, TX, August 2000

Purdue University, “Measurement and CFD Modeling of Gas-Solid Flows”, School of Mechanical Engineering, West Lafayette, IN, April 2000

University of Oklahoma, “Measurement and CFD Modeling of Gas-Solid Flows”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Norman, OK, April 2000

University of South Florida, “Measurement and CFD Modeling of Gas-Solid Flows”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Tampa, FL, February 2000

Purdue University, “Measurement and CFD Modeling of Gas-Solid Flows”, School of Pharmacy, West Lafayette, IN, January 2000

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, “Measurement and Modeling of Particle Fluctuations in Gas-Solid Flows”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Cambridge, MA, October 1999

Rutgers University, “Measurement and Modeling of Particle Fluctuations in Gas-Solid Flows”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Piscataway, NJ, September 1999

Purdue University, “Dilute and Dense-Phase Gas-Solid Flow”, School of Agricultural and Biological Engineering”, West Lafayette, IN, May 1999

Purdue University, “Dilute and Dense-Phase Gas-Solid Flow”, School of Civil Engineering, West Lafayette, IN, March 1999

University of Cincinnati, “Dilute and Dense-Phase Gas-Solid Flow”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Cincinnati, OH, October 1998

University of Washington, “Dilute and Dense-Phase Gas-Solid Flow”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Seattle, WA, January 1998

Purdue University, “Modeling the Vertical Transport of Dense Gas-Solid Suspensions”, School of Chemical Engineering, West Lafayette, IN, April 1997

Case Western Reserve University, “Modeling the Vertical Transport of Dense Gas-Solid Suspensions”, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Cleveland, OH, April 1997

Howard University, “Modeling the Vertical Transport of Dense Gas-Solid Suspensions”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Washington, DC, February 1997

University of Arizona, “Modeling the Vertical Transport of Dense Gas-Solid Suspensions”, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Tucson, AZ, February 1997

University of Delaware, “Dilute and Dense Gas-Solid Suspension Flow”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Newark, DE, December 1996

University of Arizona, “Dilute and Dense Gas-Solid Suspension Flow”, Dept. of Applied Mathematics, Tucson, AZ, September 1996

University of Colorado, “Dilute and Dense Gas-Solid Suspension Flow”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Boulder, CO, September 1996

Michigan State University, “Dilute and Dense Gas-Solid Suspension Flow”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, East Lansing, MI, February 1996

Arizona State University, “Pneumatic Transport of Solids:  Flow Behavior and Heat Transfer”, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Tempe, AZ, September 1995

University of Arizona, “Dilute Turbulent Gas-Solid Flows in Risers with Particle-Particle Interactions”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Tucson, AZ, March 1994

Carnegie Mellon University, “The Flow and Heat Transfer Behavior of Gas-Solid Suspensions”, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Pittsburgh PA, February 1994

University of Notre Dame, “Predictive Capabilities of Fundamental Hydrodynamic Models for Gas-Solid Flow Based on the Kinetic Theory Analogy”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, South Bend, IN, October 1993

Illinois Institute of Technology, “Predictive Capabilities of Fundamental Hydrodynamic Models for Gas-Solid Flow Based on the Kinetic Theory Analogy”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Chicago, IL, October 1993

University of Illinois, “Predicting the Turbulent Flow Behavior of Gas/Solid Mixtures”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Urbana-Champaign, IL, April 1993

Purdue University, “Predicting the Turbulent Flow Behavior of Gas/Solid Mixtures”, School of Chemical Engineering, West Lafayette, IN, October 1992

University of West Virginia, “Predicting the Turbulent Flow Behavior of Gas/Solid Mixtures”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Morgantown, WV, October 1992

The Ohio State University, “Predicting the Turbulent Flow Behavior of Gas/Solid Mixtures”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Columbus, OH, May 1992

University of Pittsburgh, “Influence of Gas-Phase Turbulence on the Pneumatic Transport of Particles”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Pittsburgh, PA, December 1991

University of Arkansas, “Gas-Particle Flow in a Vertical Pipe with Particle-Particle Interactions”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Fayetteville, AR, September 1990

Lehigh University, “Gas-Particle Flow in a Vertical Pipe with Particle-Particle Interactions”, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Bethlehem, PA, April 1989

Invited Industrial and Government Laboratory Lectures

Merck & Co., “Simulating Particle Flow and Mixing using DEM”, June 2020

Genetech, “Towards Simulation-Based Design of Pharmaceutical Processes”, San Francisco, CA, April 2019

Vertex Pharmaceuticals, “Using DEM Simulations to Aid in the Design of Pharmaceutical Processes”, Boston, MA, July 2018

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, “Toward Simulation-Based Design of Powder Handling Processes”, Livermore, CA, May 2018

UOP, Invitational Lecture Series, “Toward Simulation-Based Design of Particle Handling Processes”, Des Plaines, IL, April 2015

Bristol Myers Squibb, “Toward Simulation-Based Design of Particle Handling Processes”, New Brunswick, NJ, September 2014

John Deere, “Toward Simulation-Based Design of Powder Handling Processes”, Moline, IL, April 2014

ExxonMobil, “Toward Simulation-Based Design of Powder Handling Processes”, Annandale, NJ, September 2013

NREL, “Granular Shear Flows of Flexible Fibers”, Golden, CO, August 2013

ExxonMobil, “Toward Simulation-Based Design of Powder Handling Processes”, Fairfax, VA, July 2013

Pfizer, “Toward Simulation-Based Design of Powder Handling Processes”, Groton, CT, June 2013

DOE-NETL, “Granular Shear Flows of Rod-Like Particles Using DEM”, Morgantown, WV, May 2012

DOE Multiphase Flow Workshop, “The Effect of Particle Shape on Particle-Phase Stress”, Pittsburgh, PA, May 2010

NASA-Kennedy Space Center, “Modeling Cratering by a Subsonic Jet Impacting a Sand Bed”, Cocoa Beach, FL, October 2008

Argonne National Laboratories, “Computational Modeling of Pharmaceutical Processes”, Argonne, IL, May 2008

Pfizer, “Modeling of Particulate Flows”, Groton, CT, July 2007

Pfizer, “Particle Segregation during Hopper Discharge”, Groton, CT, January 2005

CSIRO – Clayton, “Some Next Steps in CFD Model Development for Fluid-Particle Flows”, Melbourne, Australia, December 2004

CSIRO – Highett, “Some Next Steps in CFD Model Development for Fluid-Particle Flows”, Melbourne, Australia, November 2004

Nektar Therapeutics, “Next Steps in CFD Model Development for Fluid-Particle Flows”, San Carlos, CA, November 2003

NASA, “Effect of Particle Size and Shape on Particle Pickup Velocity”, Cleveland, OH, May 2003

Air Products and Chemicals, “CFD for Multiphase Flow”, Allentown, PA, November 2002

Amgen, “Effect of Solids Loading on Gas-Solid Flows”, Thousand Oaks, CA, October 2001

General Electric, “Measurement and CFD Modeling of Gas-Solid Flows”, Schenectady, NY, September 2000

Union Carbide, “Modeling and Measurement of Gas-Solids Flows”, South Charleston, WV, December 1999

Procter & Gamble, “CFD for Multiphase Flow”, Cincinnati, OH, September 1999

DuPont Company, “Measurement and Modeling of Particle Fluctuations in Gas-Solid Flows”, Wilmington, DE, September 1999

Reaction Engineering International, “CFD for Multiphase Flow”, Salt Lake City, UT, May 1999

DOE-Office of Industrial Technologies, “CFD for Multiphase Flow”, Washington, DC, February 1999

Millenium Inorganic Chemicals, “Modeling Gas-Solid Flows with Particle-Particle Interactions”, Baltimore, MD, October 1998

Cray Research, “CFD for Multiphase Flow”, Minneapolis, MN, July 1998

Tioxide Ltd, “CFD for Multiphase Flow”, Teeside, UK, June 1998

Inhale Therapeutic Systems, “Modeling the Flow Behavior of Gas-Particle Suspension”, Palo Alto, CA, October 1997

DuPont Company, “Latest Developments in the Modeling of Gas-Solid Flows”, Wilmington, DE, October 1997

Sandia National Laboratories, “Flow Behavior of Gas-Solid Suspensions”, Albuquerque, NM, June 1997

SASOL, “Flow and Heat Transfer Behavior of Gas-Solid Suspensions”, Johannesburg, South Africa, June 1997

Stanford Research Institute, “Modeling the Vertical Transport of Dense Gas-Solid Suspensions”, Palo Alto, CA, May 1997

DuPont Company, “Dilute and Dense Gas-Solid Suspension Flow”, Wilmington, DE, December 1996

Merck and Company, “Dilute and Dense Gas-Solid Suspension Flow”, West Point, PA, December 1996

Dow Chemical Company, “Dilute and Dense Gas-Solid Suspension Flow”, Freeport, TX, October 1996

3M, “Dilute and Dense Gas-Solid Suspension Flow”, Minneapolis, MN, January 1996

DuPont Company, “Pneumatic Transport of Solids:  Flow Behavior and Heat Transfer”, Wilmington, DE, May 1994

Dow Chemical Company, “The Flow and Heat Transfer Behavior of Gas-Solid Suspensions”, Midland, MI, January 1994

Merck and Company, “Predictive Capabilities of Fundamental Hydrodynamic Models for Gas-Solid Flow Based on the Kinetic Theory Analogy”, Rahway, NJ, November 1993

Amoco Research Center, “Predictive Capabilities of Fundamental Hydrodynamic Models for Gas-Solid Flow Based on the Kinetic Theory Analogy”, Naperville, IL, August 1993

Amoco Research Center, “Predicting the Turbulent Flow Behavior of Gas/Solid Mixtures”, Naperville, IL, December 1992

Computational Fluid Dynamics Services, Inc., “Predicting the Flow Behavior of Gas/Solid Mixtures”, Pittsburgh, PA, June 1992

Alcoa Technical Center, “Predicting the Flow Behavior of Gas/Solid Mixtures”, Alcoa Center, PA, June 1992

PPG Chemicals Division, “Predicting the Flow Behavior of Gas/Solid Mixtures”, Monroeville, PA, April 1992

Dow Chemical Company, “Predicting the Flow Behavior of Gas/Solid Mixtures”, Midland, MI, February 1992

Alcoa Technical Center, “A Review of Turbulence Models”, Alcoa Center, PA, January 1992

Morgantown Energy Technology Center, “Influence of Gas-Phase Turbulence on the Pneumatic Transport of Particles”, Morgantown, WV, January 1992

Pittsburgh Energy Technology Center, “Influence of Gas-Phase Turbulence on the Pneumatic Transport of Particles”, Pittsburgh, PA, October 1991

Amoco Research Center, “Predicting the Flow Behavior of Gas/Solid Mixtures”, Naperville, IL, July 1991

Pittsburgh Energy Technology Center, “Gas-Particle Flow in a Vertical Pipe with Particle-Particle Interactions”, Pittsburgh, PA, July 1990

Morgantown Energy Technology Center, “Gas-Particle Flow in a Vertical Pipe with Particle-Particle Interactions”, Morgantown, WV, June 1990

Westinghouse Electric Corp., “Gas-Particle Flow in a Vertical Pipe with Particle-Particle Interactions”, Pittsburgh, PA, April 1990

Mobil Research and Development Corporation, “Gas-Particle Flow in a Vertical Pipe with Particle-Particle Interactions”, Paulsboro, NJ, December 1989

Invited Interviews, Webinars and Panels

“Engineering for Inclusion”, East Tennessee AIChE Local Section Meeting, March 2021

“Sowing the Seeds of Diversity in Engineering”, WEPAN Webinar, March 2021

Dean’s Panel, Equity and Anti-Racism Summit, AIMBE, January 2021

“PhD 101:  How to Start Your Successful PhD Career”, Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan, November 2018

“Celebration of Women Chemical Engineers”, for 20th Anniversary of the Women’s Initiative Committee and for AIChE’s Gala ‘Inspiring and Empowering Women in Engineering’, AIChE, October 2018

“Why is Diversity Important in the Research Enterprise”, for International Women’s Day, Wiley Network, March 2018

 

 

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