Ronnie Andersson

Professor, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Chemical Engineering

My research centers around fundamental aspects of chemical engineering such as mass, heat and momentum transfer, mixing, chemical reactions, turbulence, multiphase flows, and multiphysics problems that spans across a wide range of spatial and temporal scales, which I study using both modelling and experimental techniques. Projects within my group aims at developing fundamental understanding and generic mathematical models, frameworks for virtual design, technological innovation for future chemical processes. I do basic and applied research with financial support from different sources, e.g. Swedish Research Council (VR), research institutes and companies. My publications include articles in the leading international journals, patent publications and textbooks.

I am examiner for Computational Fluid Dynamics for Engineers (KKR073), Mathematical Modeling in Chemical Engineering (KAA052) and I contribute to teaching in Design and Analysis of Experiments (KBT120). My teaching experience includes courses on BSc, MSc, PhD, and professional education level. I have developed new courses and implemented novel pedagogical ideas with financial support from different sources, e.g. Swedish Higher Education Authority (UKÄ) for excellent university teaching, and emerging areas like data analytics and machine learning for chemical engineers.

I have authored two textbooks related to the areas of my research and teaching. Information about the books an free training material can be downloaded from their respective websites:
Computational Fluid Dynamics for Engineers; for more information see www.cambridge.org/9781107018952
Mathematical Modeling in Chemical Engineering; more information see www.cambridge.org/9781107049697​

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