Daniel J. Klingenberg
BS ChE ’85, University of Missouri-Rolla
Daniel began his career by accepting a position as an assistant professor in the Chemical Engineering Department at the University of Wisconsin. In 1997, he was promoted to Associate Professor. In 2006, Daniel was promoted to full professor in the Chemical Engineering Department at the University of Wisconsin. In January 2007, Daniel was a visiting scientist for General Motors Research and Development. His research interests focus on fiber suspensions, and particulate suspensions in electric and magnetic fields. His research group employs experiments, simulations, and analysis to understand fundamental issues in practical engineering systems.
During Daniel’s career in academia, he has received many awards including the Polygon Engineering Council Outstanding Instructor Award – 7 times, NSF Career Award, Benjamin Smith Reynolds Award in Excellence in Teaching Engineers, Vilas Faculty Mid-Career Investigator Award and a Chancellor’s Distinguished Teaching Award.
Daniel has 99 publications, one book, two book chapters and many proceedings and presentations.
Daniel resides in Madison, Wisconsin
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