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Mario A. Oyanader

Mario OyanaderOffice Phone: 724-847-6743
maoyanad@geneva.edu 
Mario.oyanader@gmail.com
Office Location: Rapp Center 201

Applied Environmental Engineering (Electrokinetic Soil Cleaning, Air Sparging for Aquifer & Soil Remediation, Abatement of As from Aqueous & gaseous effluent, Pulsed Corona Discharge in Gas Phase, Biodiesel and Biofuel production).
Electro-Bio-molecular Treatment and Separation (Application of Orthogonal Electrical Field, Role of Pouseuille, Couette & Electroosmotic Flows, The role of electrostatic potential, The role of Channel Morphology).
Computational & Modeling Approach in Physicochemical Processes (Numerical Algorithms for no linear ODE solution, Scaling Up modeling Approach, Joule Heating Modeling & Simulation, Non-Newtonian Fluids modeling & simulation).

Disciplines/Field of Instruction

  • Environmental Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering

Degrees Received

  • Ph.D., 2004 (Graduated with Distinction), Environmental Engineering, Florida State University
    Thesis Title: "Physicochemical and Hydrodynamics Aspects of Electrokinetics in Soil Remediation."
  • M.Sc., 1994 (Graduated with Distinction), Information Systems, Hawaii Pacific University
    Thesis Title: “A Mathematical Model for Cost Estimation of Scientific Based Software.”
  • B.S., 1989 (Graduated with Honors), Chemical Engineering, Universidad Catolica Del Norte (Chile)
    Thesis Title: “Virial Equation Development and Application to Polar Gases.”

Courses Taught at Graduate Level

  • Advanced Applied Mathematics, Spring 2001
  • Applied Environmental Statistic, Fall 2006, Summer 2009, Summer 2010
  • Electrokinetics Soil Remediation, Fall 2005
  • Graduate Seminar, Fall 2007
  • Environmental Research Methods I, Spring 2005, Spring 2006, Fall 2006
  • Environmental Research Methods II, Fall 2004, Fall 2005, Spring 2006, Fall 2006, Summer 2009
  • Environmental Research Methods III, Spring 2007, Summer 2007, Summer 2010

Courses Taught for Professional Development & on Request

  • Environmental Management Systems, Fall 1998, Spring 1999, Fall 1999, Fall 2000, Fall 2004
  • Mass Balance Principles, Summer 2005
  • Monitoring, Modeling & Environmental Control, Spring 1998, 1999, 2000 & 2001, Fall 1999, Summer 2001

Courses Taught at Undergraduate Level

  • Advance Units Operations, Fall 1994
  • Advanced Applied Mathematics, Fall 2000, Spring 2001, Fall 2004, Spring 2005, Spring 2006
  • Applied  Surface & Groundwater Hydrology, Fall 2005, Fall 2006
  • Applied Environmental Statistic, Spring 2005, Spring 2006
  • Applied Mathematics for Engineers, Fall 1994 & 1995, Spring 1996, Fall 1996 & 1997, Fall 2000
  • Artificial Intelligence Topics, Spring 1995
  • Atmospheric Contamination , Spring 1999
  • Chemical Eng Operations, Spring 2010
  • Dynamic Process Simulation, Spring 1996, Spring 1997
  • Dynamic Process Simulation (Workshops), Spring 1998, Spring 2000
  • Ecology for Engineers, Fall 2004, Fall 2005, Fall 2006
  • Air Pollution Control, Spring 2007
  • Ethics and Professionalism, Fall 2008, 2009, 2010
  • Fluid Mechanics, Spring 2008, 2011
  • Instruments and Process Control , Fall 1996,  1997,  1998, 1999 & 2000, Fall 2004 & 2005
  • Introduction to Process  Engineering, Spring 1994, Fall 1994, Fall 1997
  • Introduction to Engineering (Annual, Part I), Spring 1994, Spring 1995
  • Introduction to Engineering (Annual, Part II), Fall 1994, Fall 1995
  • Introduction to Engineering , Spring 1995
  • Introduction to System Approach, Fall 1994, Fall 1995, Fall 1996, Fall 1998, Fall 1999
  • Process Design, Fall 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, Spring 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
  • Process Dynamics and Control, Spring 2010, 2011
  • Simulation and Automated Process Control, Spring 1996, Spring 1997, Spring 1999
  • Simulation and Computer Aided Process Control, Spring 1996, Spring 1998, Spring 2000 & 2001
  • Simulation Principles, Fall 1997
  • Structured Computer Programming (PASCAL), Spring 1995, Fall 1995
  • Transport Phenomena I, Spring 1995
  • Transport Science III: Mass Transfer, Fall 2009
  • Thermodynamics I, Summer 2008
  • Unit Operation Capstone Lab, Spring 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
  • Water Contamination Control, Spring 2005

Selected Engineering Publications

  • Jyothirmai J. Simhadri1, Holly A. Stretz, Mario Oyanader and Pedro E. Arce, “Role Of Nanocomposite Hydrogel Morphology In Electrophoretic Separation Of Biomolecules: Review” I&ECh Research, 2010 Vol. 49(23); 11866-11877.
  • Jennifer Pascal,  Mario Oyanader and Pedro Arce, “Effect of wall velocities on the determination of optimal separation times in electrical field flow fractionation (EFFF)” The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, Vol. 88(3), 2010, 384-391.
  • Jennifer Pascal,  Ryan  O’Hara, Mario Oyanader and Pedro Arce, “Optimal Separation Times For Electrical Field Flow Fractionation With Couette Flows” Electrophoresis, Vol. 29(20), 2008: 4238-4246.
  • Mario A. Oyanader, P. Arce, And A. Dzurik, “Role of Geometry of Capillary Bundles on Flow Reversal in Electrokinetic Soil Reclamation: A Comparative Study Based on the Microscopic Scale” Journal of Porous Media, Vol. 11(8), 2008, 733-750.
  • Mario A. Oyanader, and P. Arce, “Role Of Joule Heating On The Hydrodyanmic Boundary Layer With Rectangular Electrodes – Numerical Approach”, Latin American Applied Research, Vol. 38, 2008, 147-154.
  • Mario A. Oyanader, and P. Arce, “Role of Soil Porosity, Electrical and Thermal Resistivities On Free-Convective Transport. Heat Transfer And Hydrodynamic Aspects In An Annular Geometry,” Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, Vol. 46(23), 2007, 7627-7636
  • P. Arce, Mario A. Oyanader, And Whitaker S., "The Catalytic Pellet: A Rich Prototype for Engineering Scaling", Chem. Eng. Education, Vol. 41 (3), 2007, 185-194.
  • Mario A. Oyanader, and P. Arce, "An Effective Analytical-Alghoritmic Approach To Solve Diffusion-Type Differential Equations With Non-Linear Sources: Unbounded Domains", Computer and Chemical Engineering, Vol.31 (9), 2007,1174-1180.
  • Mario A. Oyanader, P. Arce, And A. Dzurik, "Design Criteria For Soil Cleaning Operations In Electrokinetic Remediation. Hydrodynamic Aspects In A Cylindrical Geometry", Electrophoresis, Vol. 26(15), 2005, 2878-2887.
  • Mario A. Oyanader and P. Arce, "Role Of Geometrical Dimensions In Electrophoresis Applications With Orthogonal Fields", Electrophoresis, Vol. 26(15), 2005, 2857-2866.
  • Mario A. Oyanader and P. Arce "A New And Simpler Approach For The Solution Of The Electrostatic Potential Differential Equation Enhanced Solution For Planar, Cylindrical And Annular Geometries", Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, Vol. 284 (1), 2005, 315-322.
  • Mario A. Oyanader, P. Arce and A. Dzurik "Design Criteria For Soil Cleaning Operations In Electrokinetic Remediation. Hydrodynamic Aspects In An Annular Geometry", I&ECh Research, 2005 Vol. 44(16); 6200-6211.
  • Eleonora Erdmann, Mario A. Oyanader and Pedro Arce, “Effect Of the Joule Heating and Of the Material Voids on Free-Convective Transport In Porous Or Fibrous Media With Applied Electrical Fields,” Electrophoresis, Vol. 26 (15), 2005, 2867-2877.
  • 14.  Mario A. Oyanader., P. Arce, And A. Dzurik, “Avoiding Pitfalls In Electrokinetic Remediation: Robust Design And Operation Criteria Based On First Principles For Maximizing Performance In A Rectangular Geometry,” Electrophoresis, Vol. 24(19-20), 2003, 3457-3466.

Selected Engineering Presentations

  • Analysis on the Effect of Channel Morphology for Electrophoresis of Bio-Molecules: Dynamics, AICHE Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, November, 2010, Jyothirmai J. Simhadri, Mario Oyanader, Holly Stretz and Pedro Arce.
  • Research Experience for Teachers in Manufacturing for Competitiveness in the United States,  AICHE Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, November, 2010, Joseph J. Biernacki1, Donald P. Visco, Mario Oyanader, Holly Stretz and Mohamed Abdelrahman.
  • Electro-Poiseuille Flow Modeling in Annular Geometry, AICHE Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, November, 2010, Jeffery W. Thompson, Seth Wynne, Holly Stretz, Mario Oyanader and Pedro Arce.
  • Analysis of Dynamics of Separation in An Electrical Field Flow Fractionation (EFFF) Separator with Couette Flow, AICHE Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, November, 2010, Jennifer Pascal, Mario Oyanader, Pedro Arce and Yung Way Liu.
  • Dynamics of Separation in An Electrical Field Flow Fractionation (EFFF) Separator with Couette Flow: Effect of Wall Velocities, AICHE Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, November, 2010, Jennifer Anne Pascal, Mario Oyanader, Pedro Arce and Yung Way Liu.
  • Predicting Electroosmotic Volumetric Flowrates In Porous Media: Role of Capillary Geometries In the Description of Media Morphology, AICHE Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, November, 2010, Jennifer Pascal, Mario Oyanader and Pedro Arce.
  • Comparitive Study On The Effect of Material Morphology on Electrokinetic-Based Bioseparations, AICHE Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, November, 2010, Jyothirmai J. Simhadri, Jennifer Pascal, Mario Oyanader, Hollly Stretz and Pedro Arce
  • Role of Nanocomposite Hydrogel Morphology in Electrophoretic Separation of Biomolecules: Review, AICHE Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, November, 2010, Jyothirmai J. Simhadri, Holly Stretz, Mario Oyanader and Pedro Arce.
  • Effect of Material Morphology on Electrokinetic-Based Bioseparation, AICHE Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN, November, 2009, Jyothirmai J. Simhadri, Jennifer Pascal, Mario Oyanader, Holly A. Stretz and Pedro E. Arce
  • Effect of Material Morphology on Electrophoresis of Bio-Molecules, AICHE Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN, November, 2009, Jyothirmai J. Simhadri, Jennifer Pascal, Mario Oyanader, Holly A. Stretz and Pedro E. Arce
  • Effect of Material Morphology on Optimal Time of Separation of Bio-Molecules, AICHE Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN, November, 2009, Jyothirmai J. Simhadri, Jennifer Pascal, Mario Oyanader, Holly A. Stretz and Pedro E. Arce
  • Role of Scaling and up-Scaling in the ChE Engineering Curriculum, AICHE Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November, 2008, Pedro E. Arce and Mario Oyanader.
  • Fostering And Implementing An Environmental Engineering Program: Who's Call? , AICHE Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November, 2008, Mario Oyanader.
  • Learning to Design Experiments - An Integrated Approach, AICHE Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November, 2008, Joseph J. Biernacki, Pedro E. Arce, Mario Oyanader, Ileana Carpen and Donald P. Visco
  • Taylor Based Pseudo-Analytical Solution of the Power Law Model for Non-Newtonian Fluid In  Free Convective Cells, AICHE Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November, 2008, Mario Oyanader and Pedro E. Arce
  • An Electrokinetic-Hydrodynamics-Ekhd Based Approach to Determine Effective Transport Parameters: Illustrative Results and Comparison, AICHE Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November, 2008, Jennifer Pascal, Mario Oyanader and Pedro E. Arce
  • Optimal Separation Times In An Electrical Field Flow Fractionation (EFFF) Separator: Effect of Electroosmotic Flow, AICHE Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November, 2008, Jennifer Pascal, Mario Oyanader and Pedro E. Arce
  • Electrokinetic-Hydrodynamics (EKHD): An Efficient Framework for Systematic Research, AICHE Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November, 2008, Jennifer Pascal, Mario Oyanaderand Pedro E. Arce
  • Electrokinetic Enhancement of Air Sparging for Groundwater and Soil Remediation, AICHE Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November, 2008, Pedro E. Arce, Thorbjorn Holm and Mario Oyanader
  • Micromixing In Capillary Channels with Buoyancy Flows and Reaction at the Walls. Effect of Asymmetric Conditions, AICHE Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November, 2008, Katherine Cerda, Mario Oyanader and Pedro E. Arce

Awards & Distinctions Received

  • 2008 ASEE, Southeast Section, Thomas C. Evans Award, best paper, P. Arce, Mario A. Oyanader, And Whitaker S., "The Catalytic Pellet: A Rich Prototype for Engineering Scaling", Chem. Eng. Education, Vol. 41 (3), 2007, 185-194.
  • Institutional Recognition for Academic Excellence Award, Universidad Nacional de San Agustin (UNSA) Arequipa-Peru, 2006
  • Outstanding Research Award, Universidad Catolica del Norte, Antofagasta-Chile, 2006
  • LASPAU (Harvard University)-Fulbright Scholarship at FSU, Recognition Award, Washington, DC, 2004
  • AES 2004 Poster Shown Recognition (Honorable Mention) Austin, TX, 2004
  • Outdoors Shooting Range Design Award, 1st Place, EPA, Florida, 2003
  • Tau Beta Pi - Florida Eta, FSU, Tallahassee, 2003
  • Epsilon Delta Pi, HPU, Honolulu, HI, 1993

Affiliations, e.g., membership in professional organizations, etc.

  • American Institute of Chemical Engineers (2002 to present)
  • American Electrophoresis Society (2006 to present)


 

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