Filter
  • processes    

Lineberger, Frederick MFA

  • Departments / Programs
    Art
  • Email
  • Keywords
  • Research Interests

    Historical photographic processes, early photographic documents and computational photographic technology

Law, Victor Ph D, MS

  • Departments / Programs
  • Email
  • Keywords
  • Research Interests

    Through collaboration with researchers at Penn State University, South Carolina University and Argonne National Labs, we are developing processes for several thermochemical cycles that have the potential for efficiencies higher than those obtained through direct electrolysis of water. This work focuses specifically on electrochemical processes and technologies common to cycles of interest (in particular the Copper-Chloride and the Calcium-Bromide cycles). The process modeling and flowsheet construction and analysis expertise provided by Tulane researchers will be used to guide the experimental work performed at the collaborating institutions. This work is supported by a three-year grant from DOE.

Papadopoulos, Kyriakos MS

Straub, Kyle Ph D

  • Departments / Programs
  • Email
  • Keywords
  • Research Interests

    My research focuses on the transport of sediment from land through the ocean and into the stratigraphic record. Scales of interest range from the interaction of turbidity currents with channel bends over minutes to the construction and preservation of river deltas over millions of years. The sedimentary bodies that arise from these processes act as both home to millions of people and reservoirs of natural resources. I examine the morphodynamics of these systems using a combination of remote sensing of subsurface sedimentary deposits (visualization and interpretation of seismic data), carefully designed laboratory experiments, field studies of modern and ancient sediment transport systems, and targeted numerical analysis and modeling.

Mendoza, Martin Ph D, M.Phil

Didier, Gustavo Ph D, MS

Pond, Cody MS

  • Departments / Programs
  • Email
  • Keywords
  • Research Interests

    I am currently intersted in improving our understanding of the mathematics of diffusion, especially in the context of direction dependent (anisotropic) and discontinuous diffusion. Recently, I have also been working on creating discrete models of diffusive processes relevant in the spread of infectious agents

Wentzell, Alexander Ph D, MS

Yang, Ming Ph D