Reghan J. Hill
Canada Research Chair in Colloids for Advanced Materials (2002-12)
B.E. (1st class honours) Chemical & Materials Engineering, University of Auckland
Ph.D. Chemical Engineering, Cornell University
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Chemical Engineering, Princeton University
Room 4280 Wong Building
Department of Chemical Engineering
3610 University Street
Micro-hydrodynamic and electrokinetic phenomena; polymer-inorganic nano-composites; hydrogel nano-composites; rheology; nano-particle gel electrophoresis; electrophoresis soft nano-particulates; electrical micro-rheology of hydrogels and hydrogel nano-composites; electro-acoustic and dielectric spectroscopy; nonlinear hydrodynamics in porous media; computational fluid dynamics and lattice-Boltzmann simulation
Peer reviewer for >60 leading engineering and scientific journals.
Teaching (click the links for more information)
Advanced graduate courses:
CHEE 611 Heat & Mass Transfer (2014-present, fall 2021)
CHEE 631 Foundations of Fluid Mechanics (2005-2013)
CHEE 621 Thermodynamics (2009)
Technical complimentary (open to advancing undergraduates and graduates in sciences and engineering):
ATTENTION: Department web-site should list CHEE 585 as a technical complementary that is offered in 2021.
Core undergraduate courses:
CHEE 455 Process Control (2014-2019)
CHEE 204 Chemical Manufacturing Processes (2003-2013)
CHEE 314 Fluid Mechanics (2003)
Reghan J. Hill’s research group
Buoyancy-driven convection. Lattice-Boltzmann simulation (CHEE 611).