Researcher: Daniel Klingenberg

Areas of Research Expertise
  • Applied mathematics
  • Bioscience and engineering
  • Colloids/particle technology
  • Kinetics and catalysis
  • Materials
  • Nanoscale science and engineering
  • Polymers and rheology
  • Process systems engineering
  • Reactor modeling and reaction engineering
  • Thermodynamics
  • Transport phenomena
  • Colloid science
  • Electromagnetic phenomena in materials
  • Suspension rheology
  • Fundamental chemistry and physics of transport processes of heterogeneous media
  • Role of colloidal and interfacial properties on the mechanical and rheological properties of materials
  • Relationships between fiber properties and interactions, suspension structure and rheological properties of non-Brownian fiber suspensions
Web Site Daniel Klingenberg's Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering Website
Curriculum Vitae (CV)
Current/Active Funding
  • NSF, 2013-2016, Heterogeneities and instabilities during flow processing of biomass
  • USDA, Forest Service, 2015-2018, Rheology and Kinetics of GVL/acid-based hydrolysis of cellulose
  • WARF, 2015-2017, Attend ERMR2016 in Incheon, Korea July 4-8, 2016
Issued Patent(s)
  • 9,116,092 - Device and method for measuring the rheological properties of a yield stress fluid, issued August 2015.
  • 7,306,083 - Magnetorheological fluid device, issued December 2007.
USPTO Published Applications
Recent Publication(s)
Recent Artistic Works
Collaboration
  • Materials Science Program
  • Rheology Research Center
Research Tools
Research Facilities
E-mail Address [email protected]
Phone Number 608-262-8932
Current University UW–Madison
Department Chemical and Biological Engineering
Title Professor
Other Appointments
Address Line 1 3006 Engineering Hall
Address Line 2 1415 Engineering Drive
City Madison
State WI
Zip Code 53706
Bachelor's Degree B.S., University of Missouri-Rolla
Master's Degree M.S., University of Illinois
PhD Ph.D., University of Illinois
Other Degrees
Technologies Available for Licensing Magneto Rheological Fluid High Torque Transfer Device for Improved Clutch Design

New Rheometer and Method for Efficiently Measuring Yield Stress in Biomass