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     Edward LeRoy Michor

              PhD Student         

Department of Chemical Engineering

      University of Washington                                             Prof. Berg Research Group


Edward Michor
PhD Student
Colloids and Interface Science Group

Dept. of Chemical Engineering
University of Washington
Box 351750, Seattle

WA 98195-1750


Email: elmichor@u.washington.edu

 

Education

 

PhD Student

Chemical Engineering

University of Washington, USA

   2011-present

 

 

Advisor:  Dr. John C. Berg

 

 

B.S.

Chemical Engineering

University of Minnesota, USA

   2007-2011

 

 

Advisors: Dr. Lanny Schmidt and Dr. Aditya Bhan

 

 

Industrial & Research Experience

 

Research Assistant

University of Washington, Seattle, USA

2011-present

 

R&D Engineer

Xerox Corporation, Wilsonville, OR, USA

Summer 2013

 

Undergrad Research Assistant

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA

2008-2011

 

Current Research Interests

My current research focuses on the charging behavior of reverse micelles in apolar media. Also of interest is the process of micellization and structure of surfactants in such media. 

 

1.  Extension to the Charge Fluctuation Model for the Prediction of Conductivity of Apolar, Reverse Micellar Systems

·        Published: Michor, E. and Berg, J. Langmuir, 2012, 28(45), pp 15751-15755

2.  Effects of Trace Water on Charging of Silica Particles Dispersed in a Nonpolar Media

·        Published: Gacek, M., Bergsman, D., Michor, E., and Berg, J. Langmuir, 2012, 28(31), pp 11633-11638

3.  Autothermal Reforming of Butanol to Butenes in a Staged Millisecond Reactor: Effect of Catalysts and Isomers

·        Published: Sun, H., Blass, S., Michor, E., and Schmidt L. Applied Catalysis A: General, 2012, 455-456, pp35-41

4.   Ethanol Dehydration to Ethylene in a Stratified Autothermal Millisecond Reactor

·        Published: Skinner, M.J., Michor, E., et al. Chemsuschem, 2011, 4(8), pp 1151-1156

 

 

 


 University of Washington

UW Chemical Engineering

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Last Update:  August 6th, 2012