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chemical engineering professor

Umit Sivrioglu Ozkan, American Chemical engineering educator. Achievements include research in selective oxidation, catalytic incineration, November reduction, hydrodesulfurization, hydrodenitrogenation, in-situ spectroscopy. Fellow American Institute Chemists; member NSPE, American Institute Chemical Engineering, American Society Engineering Education, American Chemical Society, Combustion Institute, Sigma Xi.

Background

Ozkan, Umit Sivrioglu was born on April 11, 1954 in Manisa, Turkey. Came to the United States, 1980. Daughter of Alim and Emine (Ilgaz) Sivrioglu.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Middle East Technology University, Ankara, Turkey, 1978. Master of Science, Middle East Technology University, Ankara, Turkey, 1980. Doctor of Philosophy, Iowa State University, 1984.

Career

Graduate research associate Ames Laboratory, unites states department Energy, 1980-1984;assistant professor, Ohio State University, Columbus, 1985-1990;associate professor chemical engineering, Ohio State University, Columbus, 1990-1994;professor, Ohio State University, Columbus, since 1994.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in selective oxidation. Research in electrocatalysis. Research in in-situ spectroscopy.

    Research in fuel reformulation. Research in hydrodenitrogenation. Research in hydrodeoxygenation.

    Research in hydrodesulfurization. Research in November reduction. Research in hydrogenation.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Fellow American Institute Chemists. Member National Society of Professional Engineers, North America Catalysis Society, American Institute Chemical Engineering, American Society Engineering Education, American Chemical Society, Combustion Institute, Sigma Xi.

Connections

Married H. Erdal Ozkan, August 13, 1983.

father:
Alim Sivrioglu

mother:
Emine (Ilgaz) Sivrioglu

spouse:
H. Erdal Ozkan