Department of Chemical Engineering
 
    Dr. Helen H. Lou
    Professor
    Dan F. Smith Department of Chemical Engineering

 

    Education
    B.S.  (Chemical Engineering), 1993, Zhejiang University, China
    M.S. (Chemical Engineering), 1998, Wayne State University
    M.S. (Computer Science), 2001, Wayne State University
    Ph.D (Chemical Engineering), 2001, Wayne State University

     Professional Experience
      2010 –                 Professor, Dan F. Smith Department of Chemical Engineering, Lamar Univ.
      2004 – 2010        Associate Professor, Dan F. Smith Department of Chemical Engineering, Lamar Univ.
      2001 – 2004        Assistant Professor, Dan F. Smith Department of Chemical Engineering, Lamar Univ.
      1993 – 1997        Engineer, SINOPEC

     Awards and Honors
      University Professor Award, 2013
      Ann Die-Hasselmo Scholar, 2013
      Member of the "100 Talants Program" in Shangxi Province, 2012
      University Scholar Award, Lamar University, 2009
      University Merit Award, Lamar University, 2004
      University Research Enhancement Awards, Lamar University, 2001, 2002
 
    Areas of Expertise
      Sustainable Engineering
            o   Life cycle analysis
            o   Industrial ecology
            o   Profitable pollution prevention
            o   Sustainable technology development
      Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency
      Process Systems Engineering
            o   Process and product design
            o   Process operation
            o   Modeling, simulation, control, and optimization of complex systems
            o   Process integration
      Process Safety
      Combustion

  
   Contact Information
      Helen H. Lou, Ph.D., P.E.
      Professor
      Dan F. Smith Department of Chemical Engineering
      Lamar University, Beaumont, TX 77710-0053
      Phone: 409-880-8207
      Fax: 409-880-2197
      Email: helen.lou@ lamar.edu
      Lab website: http://dept.lamar.edu/chemicalengineering/www/Lou/STL/index.html

 

 
 
                                                                                            

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