Reghan J. Hill

Associate Professor

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

McGill University

3610 University Street

Montreal, Quebec

H3A 0C5


Tel.: 514.398.6897

Fax: 514.398.6678

E-mail: reghandothillatmcgilldotca


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 641 Chemical Reaction Engineering (winter 2021)

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):

CHEE 585 Foundations of Soft Matter (2007-present, fall 2021)

ATTENTION: Department web-site should list CHEE 585 as a technical complementary that is offered in 2021. 

Core undergraduate courses:

CHEE 204 Chemical Engineering Principles II (winter 2021)

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).