Brian Paul

Brian K. Paul is the Tom and Carmen West Faculty Scholar and a Professor of Manufacturing Engineering at Oregon State University (OSU). He received his BS from Wichita State University in 1985, MS from Arizona State University in 1988 and PhD from Pennsylvania State University in 1995. Dr. Paul conducts theoretical and experimental studies of the physics and chemistry in micromanufacturing processes with an emphasis on materials joining and application to energy systems miniaturization and chemical process intensification.  His group has applied chemical process intensification to colloidal nanocrystal synthesis and has explored the coupling of colloidal nanomaterials into various micromanufacturing processes including diffusion brazing, thin film deposition and additive manufacturing.

In addition to his faculty appointment in the School of MIME, Dr. Paul also leads the Modular Manufacturing Focus Area within the RAPID Institute, a Manufacturing USA Institute committed to advancing modular chemical process intensification for reducing capital equipment costs and improving energy efficiency in chemical processing.

TECHNOLOGIES
Low Cost Methods for Producing Microchannel Process Technology
Micromixer for Nanomaterial Production
Segmented Flow for a Continuous Flow Microwave Reactor
Controlled synthesis of nanoparticles using ultrasound in continuous flow
ODS Steel made by Additive Manufacturing
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