Barbara Wyslouzil

Professor, Chemical & Biomolecular Eng and Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry
Faculty

Barbara Wyslouzil is a Professor with a joint appointment between the Departments of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Chemistry. She received her Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering with a minor in Applied Physics from the California Institute of Technology in 1992. Prior arriving at OSU in 2003, she spent 10 years at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and 2 years at Physical Sciences Inc. Her research is in the field of aerosol science. Current research interests center on the formation of new particles from the vapor phase, the internal structure of the multi-component particles, and further transitions within the particles including crystallization and structural transitions. Her group also works on biological and biomedical applications of aerosol science. Professor Wyslouzil has been recognized for her research accomplishments with an NSF Career Award, the WPI Trustees Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Scholarship, and the Kenneth T. Whitby Award for Outstanding Contributions to Aerosol Science and Technology by a Beginning Scientist.

Education
  • PhD, California Institute of Technology

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