Graduate Seminar Series: "Process Intensification/Improvement using Cavitational Reactors" By Dr. Parag R. Gogate, Institute of Chemical Technology Mumbai, India
|Event Date:||March 23, 2010|
|Speaker:||Dr. Parag R. Gogate|
|Speaker Affiliation:||Lecturer in Chemical Engineering
Institute of Chemical Technology
Dr. Gogate completed B. Chem. Eng., M. Chem. Eng. and Ph.D. (Tech.) from Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai, India and is also currently associated with ICT as a Lecturer in Chemical Engineering. The main research interests of Dr. Gogate include Cavitation phenomena, Wastewater treatment, Design of Multiphase reactors, Separation Processes and Process Intensification.
Dr. Gogate has received many awards in his short career and most notable among them are Young Scientist Award of the Indian Science Congress Association, Young Scientist medal of Indian National Science Academy, Young Scientist Award of National Academy of Sciences in India, Young Associate of Indian Academy of Sciences, Young Engineer award of Indian National Academy of Engineering and Amar Dye Chem award for excellence in Research and Development & Diamond Jubilee Young Achiever’s award of the IIChE.
Dr. Gogate has published 73 research papers in International journals and has also written 6 chapters in books. Dr. Gogate also has about 1300 citations to his credit. Dr. Gogate has given 25 invited talks/seminars and also participated in 8 national/international conferences. Dr. Gogate is also consultant to few industrial organizations in the area of process intensification and process improvement.
Dr. Gogate has been involved in many international collaborations including with INPT, Toulouse, France and University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa, TUHH, Hamburg, Germany, University of West Hungary, Hungary and University of Abertay Dundee, Scotland. Currently Dr. Gogate is a Visiting Associate Professor at Purdue University, USA.