Badie I. Morsi
Professor Badie I. Morsi joined the Chemical and Petroleum Engineering Department, University of Pittsburgh in 1982 and currently is Director of the Petroleum Engineering Program. Professor Morsi\'s research involves different aspects of Chemical, Environmental, and Petroleum Engineering. His recent research work focuses on: design and scaleup of multiphase reactors, and modeling and optimization of industrial processes with focus on Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis; CO2 sequestration in deep coal seams; CO2 capture from syngas and natural gas using chemical and physical solvents; and EOR using CO2 and alcohols. Professor Morsi is serving as the Executive Director for the Annual International Pittsburgh Coal Conference and has been serving as a consultant to major corporations and organizations in the US and worldwide, in addition to being a reviewer for numerous scientific journals, conferences and agencies.