Mladen Eic

Professor

Chemical Engineering

Head Hall D32B

Fredericton

meic@unb.ca
1 506 453 4689
http://bit.ly/2wJktl5



Educational background

  • BSc (1971) Industrial Chemistry, Sarajevo University
  • M.Eng. (1974) Chemical Engineering, Zagreb University
  • M.Sc. (1979) Chemical Engineering, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
  • PhD (1987) Chemical Engineering, University of New Brunswick
  • Adjunct Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Laval University
  • Member, Editorial Board, Adsorption Journal

Research interests

Research interests are generally directed in the following areas involving microporous materials:

  • Adsorption equilibrium and diffusion characterization of microporous materials. Use of the novel techniques such as extended ZLC chromatography for diffusive characterization of binary mixtures.
  • Zeolite based adsorption processes in air pollution control.
  • Adsorption breakthrough modelling.
  • Inorganic membranes.

Refereed journal publications

Bentley, J.: Huang, Q.L.: Kawajiri, Y.; Eic, M.; Seidel-Morgenstern, A. Optimizing the separation of gaseous enantiomers by simulated moving bed and pressure swing adsorption, Adsorption 17, 159-170, 2011.

Huang, Q.L.; Qamar, R.A.; Eic, M. Single component and binary diffusion of n-heptane and toulene in SBA-15 materials, Adsorption 17, 27-38, 2011.

Huang, Q.; Eic, M.; Xiao, H; and Kaliaguine, S; Characterization of the Diffusion Path in Micro- and Mesoporous Molecular Sieves from ZLC Curves", Adsorption 16, 531-539, 2010.

Iliyas, A.; Zahedi-Niaki, H.M.; Eic, M. One-dimensional Molecular Sieves for Cold Start Emission Control: II-Influence of Water and CO2, Appl. Cat. A: General 382, 213-219, 2010.