Although Professor Elizabeth Mickaily-Huber's degrees are in chemical engineering, her specialty is in computational fluid dynamics (CFD). Over the years, besides using CFD to solve real-world problems, she has taught engineering, environmental science, and mathematics at the University of San Francisco, San Francisco State University, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology at Lausanne (Switzerland), and CSU Los Angeles.
- University of California, San Diego, PhD in Chemical Engineering
- University of California, San Diego, MS in Chemical Engineering
- University of California, Berkeley, BS in Chemical Engineering
Mosbahi, S., Mickaily-Huber, E., Charbonnier, D., Hullin, R., Burki, M., Ferrari, E., von Segesser, L.K. and Berdajs, D.A. (2014). “Computational Fluid Dynamics of the Right Ventricular Outflow Tract and of the Pulmonary Artery: A Bench Model of Flow Dynamics.” Interact CardioVasc Thorac Surg, 19(4), 611-616.
Corno, A.F. and Mickaily-Huber, E.S. (2008). “Comparative Computational Fluid Dynamic Study of Two Distal Contegra Conduit Anastomoses.” Interact CardioVasc Thorac Surg, 7(1), 1-5.
Mickaily-Huber, E.S., Bertrand, F., Meyer, T., Renken, A., Rys, F., Tanguy, P., and Werli, M. (1996). “Numerical Simulations of Flow in a Static Mixer.” The Chemical Engineering Journal, 63.
Mickaily, E.S. and Middleman, S. (1993). “The Fluid Dynamics of Removal of a Residual Viscous Contaminant from the Inside of a Tube.” The AIChE Journal, 39.
Mickaily, E.S., Middleman, S. and Allen, M. (1992). “Viscous Flow over Periodic Surfaces.” Chem. Eng. Comm., 117.
Mickaily, E.S. (1992). “Hydrodynamic Cleaning.” PhD dissertation with copyright. University of California, San Diego.