Alternate Genealogy

Naturally, genealogies are often not accurately known due to the ambiguity of historical records and how they are constructed. For instance, a genealogy can flow through the training of students, or through that of postdoctoral or research scientists as on this page. An alternate genealogy for the Multiphysics Research Group follows.

Rene Drouyn (Paris Faculty of Medicine)

| (trained student, 1522)

Jean Tagault (Paris Faculty of Medicine)

| (trained student, 15??)

Jacques Sylvius (Dubois) (Paris Faculty of Medicine)

| (trained student, 1532)

Gonthier d' Andernach (Paris Faculty of Medicine)

| (trained student, 15??)

Guillaume Rondelet (University of Montpellier)

| (trained student, 1557)

Felix Plater (Basel)

| (trained student, 1613)

Emmanuel Stupanus (University of Basel)

| (trained student, 1637)

Franz de le Boe (Leiden University)

| (trained research scientist, 1694)

Georg Wolfgang Wedel (University of Jena)

| (trained student, 17??)

Georg Ernst Stahl (University of Jena)

| (trained student, 1704)

Michael Alberti (Leucorea University in Wittenberg)

| (trained student, 1739)

Ferdinand Christoph Oetinger (University of Tubingen)

| (trained student, 1768)

Johann Friedrich Gmelin (University of Gottingen)

| (trained student, 1800)

Friedrich Stromeyer (University of Gottingen)

| (trained research scientist, 1814)

Eilhard Mitscherlich (University of Berlin)

| (trained student, 1827)

Heinrich Gustav Magnus (University of Berlin)

| (trained student, 1847)

Gustav Heinrich Wiedemann (Universitat Leipzig) - Christian Otto Mohr (Universitat Stuttgart)

| (trained Ph.D student, 1886) | (trained Master's student, 1873)

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August Otto Foppl (Technical University of Munich)

| (trained Ph.D. student, 1899)

Ludwig Prandtl (University of Göttingen)

| (trained Ph.D. student, 1908)
Theodore Von Karman (California Institute of Technology)

| (trained Ph.D. student, 1946)

Stanford S. Penner (University of California, San Diego)

| (trained Ph.D. student, 1958)

Forman A. Williams (University of California, San Diego)

| (trained Ph.D. student, 1977)

Kalyanasundaram Seshadri (University of California, San Diego)

| (trained Ph.D. student, 1987)

Ishwar K. Puri (McMaster University)

| (trained MuRG Ph.D. student)

  1. Ming-Hua Yang: “Numerical and Experimental Investigation of Counterflow Flamelet Behavior” 1994. First placement: GM Powertrain Group, Warren, Michigan.

2.     Ki-Yong Lee: “Flame Structure Studies Applied to Inhibition, Extinction, and Pollutant Formation,” 1995. Professor, Andong National University, Korea.

3.     Zhuang Shu: “A Numerical Investigation of Steady and Unsteady Methane-Air Partially-Premixed Flames,” 2001. (Co-advisor.) First placement: General Electric Aircraft Engines, Cincinnati, Ohio.

4.     Pankaj Bajaj: “NOx Reduction in Partially Premixed Combustion,” 2002. Alstom Power, Zurich, Switzerland. (Co-advisor with Professor Dimos Poulikakos of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH-Z, Zurich; student was at ETH-Z.) Senior Engineer, Alstom, Basel, Switzerland.

5.     Xudong Xiao: “Optical Diagnostics for Partially Premixed Flames,” 2002. Researcher, Texas A&M University.

6.     Chun Wai Choi: “The behavior of partially premixed flames,” 2002. Senior Engineer, SunCoke Energy, Lisle, Illinois.

7.     Xiao Qin: “An investigation of unsteady partially premixed flames,” 2003. Senior Engineer, Cummins Engines, Columbus, Indiana.

8.     Ranjan Ganguly: “Ferrofluid Transport Analysis for Thermal, Biomedical and MEMS Applications,” 2005. Department Head, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India.

9.     Paolo Berta: “Numerical and experimental investigation of liquid fuel combustion in a counterflow configuration,” 2005. Engineering Consultant, Chicago.

10.  Andrew Lock: “Extinction of fuel and air stream diluted partially premixed flames for fire safety,” 2006. Engineer, U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission.

11.  Anindya Kanti De: “Microscale Transport Phenomena Modeled Using Lattice Boltzmann Methods,” 2008. Lead Engineer, GE Global Research, John F. Welch Technology Center, Bangalore, India.

12.  Soumik Banerjee: “Molecular Simulation of Nanoscale Transport Phenomena,” 2008. Assistant Professor, Washington State University.

13.  Sayangdev Naha: “Growth Model, Synthesis of Carbon Nanostructures and Alteration of Surface Properties Using Them”, 2008. Senior Engineer, ADA Technologies, Littleton, Colorado.

14.  Ashok Sinha: “Characterizing Magnetic Particle Transport for Microfluid Applications,” 2008. Engineer, Dolomite Microfluidics, U.K.

15.  Giovanni Sansavini: “Network Modeling: Stochastic and Deterministic Approaches,” 2010 (Co-advisor with Professor Muhammad R. Hajj). Assistant Professor, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH-Z).

16.  Ganesh Balasubramanian: “Modeling nanoscale transport phenomena: Implications for the continuum,” 2011. Assistant Professor, Iowa State University.

17.  Mehdi Ghommen: “Modeling and Analysis for Optimization of Unsteady Aeroelastic Systems,” 2011. (Co-advisor with Professor Muhammad R. Hajj.) Research Engineer, Schlumberger.

18.  Monrudee Liangruksa: “Nanoscale Thermal Transport for Biological and Physical Applications,” 2012. Research Scientist, National Nanotechnology Center (Nanotec), Klong Luang Pathumthani, Thailand.

19.  Suvojit Ghosh: “Self-Assembly of Magnetic Nanoparticles: A Tool for Building at the Nanoscale,” 2013. Executive Director, Computational Infrastructure Research Centre, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

20.  Ravi Kappiyoor: “Mechanical Properties of Elastomeric Proteins,” 2013. First placement: Computational Mechanics Engineer, Third Wave Systems, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

21.  Souvik Pal: “Control of Nanoscale Thermal Transport for Thermoelectric Energy Conversion and Thermal Rectification,” 2013. Research Engineer, Computational Infrastructure Research Centre, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.milton, Ontario, Canada.

22.  Abdel Rahman Abdel Fattah: “Printing of Functional Materials,” 2016. Postdoctoral Fellow, Computational Infrastructure Research Centre, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.m

23.  Peiying Jennifer Tsai: “Tailoring Material Properties,” 2017. Postdoctoral Fellow, Computational Infrastructure Research Centre, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

24. Ahmed Mohamed Sayed Ahmed Abdalla: “Synthesis and characterization of magnetic carbon nanotubes,” 2017. Major, Military Technical College, Cairo, Egypt.m

© Ishwar K. Puri 2013-2017