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John F. Brady

John F. Brady
Chevron Professor of Chemical Engineering

B.S.,Chemical Engineering, University of Pennsylvania, 1975; Certificate of Postgraduate Study in Chemical Engineering, Cambridge, England, 1976; M.S. and Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, Stanford University, 1977, 1981

Office Location: 211 Spalding
Mail Code:
210-41
Phone:
(626) 395-4183
Fax: (626) 568-8743

Research Group: JFB Group Stokesian Dynamics


Postdoctoral Research
Postdoctoral Fellow, Ecole Superiéure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles, Paris, France, 1980-81

Research
Fluid mechanics and transport processes; Complex and multiphase fluids

Awards and Honors
E.C. Bingham Medal for outstanding contributions to the field of rheology, Society of Rheology (2007); Presidential Young Investigator Award, National Science Foundation (1985); Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation Teacher-Scholar Award (1986); Joliot-Curie Professor, E.S.P.C.I., Paris, France (1988), (1996); ASEE Curtis W. McGraw Research Award (1993); Corrsin Lecture in Fluid Mechanics, Johns Hopkins University (1995); J.M. Burgers Professor, Twente University, The Netherlands (1997); G.K. Batchelor Lecture in Fluid Mechanics, DAMTP, University of Cambridge, England (1997); Professional Progress Award, AIChE (1998), National Academy of Engineering (1999);Texas Distinguished Faculty Lecturer (2000); Mason Lecturer, Stanford University (2002); Wilhelm Lecturer, Princeton University (2003); Bird, Stewart & Lightfoot Lecturer, University of Wisconsin (2004); Lindsey Lecturer, Texas A&M (2004); ASEE Dow Lecturer (2004).


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