Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
M.Sc., Chemical Engineering Practice, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2012
B.S., Chemical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, 2007
Reactive flow is porous and fractured media, coupling geochemistry and geomechanics, thermodynamics of surfactant aggregation.
Honors and Awards
Outstanding graduate teaching assistant award, Department of Chemical Engineering, MIT (2010)
Best student seminar award, Department of Chemical Engineering, MIT (Fall 2010)
Rosemary J. Wojtowicz award, School of Chemical Engineering Practice, MIT (2009)
Institute silver medal, Department of Chemical Engineering, IITB (2007)
Institute academic prize, IITB (2004, 2005, 2006)
Iyer, J. and Elkhoury, J. E., "Effect of Fracture Heterogeneities on Reactive Flow", 49th US Rock Mechanics Symposium, San Francisco, CA, ARMA, 2015 (accepted).
Iyer, J. and Blankschtein, D., "Molecular-Thermodynamic Framework to Predict the Micellization Behavior of Mixtures of Fluorocarbon-Based and Hydrocarbon-Based Surfactants" Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 118 (9), 2377–2388, 2014, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp4047209.
Iyer, J., Mendenhall, J. D., and Blankschtein, D. "Computer Simulation–Molecular-Thermodynamic Framework to Predict the Micellization Behavior of Mixtures of Surfactants: Application to Binary Surfactant Mixtures" Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 117 (21), 6430–6442, 2013, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp4001253.
Iyer, J. and Blankschtein, D., "Are Ellipsoids Feasible Micelle Shapes? An Answer Based on a Molecular-Thermodynamic Model of Nonionic Surfactant Micelles" Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 116 (22), 6443–6454, 2012, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp3012975.