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Meet The Flow Chemist – Prof. Ryan L. Hartman

Meet The Flow Chemist – Prof. Ryan L. Hartman Journal of Flow Chemistry (2021) 11:215–216 https://doi.org/10.1007/s41981-021-00195-w EDITORIAL Timothy Noël Published online: 20 September 2021 © Akadémiai Kiadó 2021 Name Ryan L. Hartman Date of Birth March 8, 1979 Position Associate Professor E-mail ryan.hartman@nyu.edu Homepage https:// wp. nyu. edu/ hartm anlab/ Chemical Engineering, Michigan Technological Education BS University, PhD Chemical Engineering, Univer- sity of Michigan, Postdoc Chemical Engineer- ing, Massachusetts Institute of Technology pharmaceuticals. In a paradigm shift while working with a fantastic team of gifted scientists and engineers at MIT, we laid important groundwork for what we know today as “flow chemistry”. Learning about organometallic synthesis with a skillset of a traditional reaction engineer was truly a unique opportunity to innovate and rethink our approach to studying the physical and chemical rate processes. 2) What are the main benefits of flow that convinced you to use and implement this technology in your research? The opportunity to study mechanisms is what first attracted me to design flow reactors with in-situ analytical 1) When did you start with flow chemistry? Describe the methods. Many of the problems I was interested in as an first paper or the first experiments. independent researcher had been studied using outdated methods. Consequently, there were prospects http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Flow Chemistry Springer Journals

Meet The Flow Chemist – Prof. Ryan L. Hartman

Journal of Flow Chemistry , Volume 11 (3) – Sep 1, 2021

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Journal of Flow Chemistry (2021) 11:215–216 https://doi.org/10.1007/s41981-021-00195-w EDITORIAL Timothy Noël Published online: 20 September 2021 © Akadémiai Kiadó 2021 Name Ryan L. Hartman Date of Birth March 8, 1979 Position Associate Professor E-mail ryan.hartman@nyu.edu Homepage https:// wp. nyu. edu/ hartm anlab/ Chemical Engineering, Michigan Technological Education BS University, PhD Chemical Engineering, Univer- sity of Michigan, Postdoc Chemical Engineer- ing, Massachusetts Institute of Technology pharmaceuticals. In a paradigm shift while working with a fantastic team of gifted scientists and engineers at MIT, we laid important groundwork for what we know today as “flow chemistry”. Learning about organometallic synthesis with a skillset of a traditional reaction engineer was truly a unique opportunity to innovate and rethink our approach to studying the physical and chemical rate processes. 2) What are the main benefits of flow that convinced you to use and implement this technology in your research? The opportunity to study mechanisms is what first attracted me to design flow reactors with in-situ analytical 1) When did you start with flow chemistry? Describe the methods. Many of the problems I was interested in as an first paper or the first experiments. independent researcher had been studied using outdated methods. Consequently, there were prospects

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Published: Sep 1, 2021

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