Boris Golman

School of Engineering and Digital Sciences, Chemical and Materials Engineering
Associate Professor


Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan, 1998
M.E. in Chemical Environmental Engineering, Kitami Institute of Technology, Kitami, Japan, 1994  
B.E. in Chemical Engineering, D.Mendeleyev University of Chemical Technology, Moscow, Russia, 1983   

Research Interests

Dr. Boris Golman’s current research interests focus on the production of functional particles, powder processing, and mathematical modeling of powder processing and reaction processes.
  • Particulate Engineering
    • Discrete element simulation of particle flow, compaction, and mixing
    • Characterization of packing structure of non-spherical and spherical particles
    • Production of advanced materials by spray-drying and agglomeration of fine particles
  • Modeling of Chemical Kinetics and Chemical Reactors
    • Dynamic modeling of complex kinetics
    • Modeling of moving-bed, fixed-bed and membrane reactors
  • Energy optimization of industrial processes and equipment
    • Energy optimization of spray-drying processes

Other Scholar Activities

Scientific content reviewer for peer-reviewed publications including: 
Chemical Engineering Journal, Applied Energy, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, Chemical Engineering Communications, Applied Thermal Engineering, Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy, Powder Technology, Chemical Engineering Science, Journal of Chemical Engineering of Japan, Materials Today: Proceedings, etc.