Laboratory and Classroom Safety
|Event Date:||August 24, 2011|
|Speaker:||Takashi Hibiki Ph.D.
Professor of Nuclear Engineering
|Speaker Affiliation:||Purdue University School of Nuclear Engineering|
Professor Hibiki will begin the new academic year with a seminar regarding safety in classrooms and research laboratories.
Professor Hibiki received his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering of Osaka University in 1990. He worked at Kyoto University as an assistant (1990-1997) and associate (1997-2006) professor and was invited to be a full professor at Purdue University (2006-present). He serves as a guest professor of Osaka University (2006-present). He received numerous awards including Young Engineering Achievement Award from American Nuclear Society and Technical Achievement Award from Atomic Energy Society of Japan. In 2011, he was elected to ANS Fellow in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the advancement of nuclear science and engineering. He authored more than 140 journal papers and 130 conference papers. He serves as editorial board of Nuclear Engineering and Technology and Journal of Computational Multiphase Flow. His research interests include multiphase flow dynamics, nuclear reactor safety, microgravity two-phase flow, mini and micro channel heat and mass transfer, and neutron radiography. He is the author of the book entitled “Thermo-fluid Dynamics of Two-phase Flow”, Springer.
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