Multiphase flow takes place in a wide spectrum of engineering applications such as food production, power generation, water treatment, oil production, water desalination, refrigeration and air conditioning, as well as in carbon capture and sequestration systems. My lab aims at providing reliable solutions for our many industrial problems and new technologies that can make these engineering systems more efficient and sustainable.
The School of Environmental Sciences (SES) at the University of Guelph is a great place for your graduate education as it provides the opportunity to be exposed and/or get experience in a multitude of scientific disciplines.
Our research is mainly focused on studying ultrafine biopolymeric and synthetic fibres produced by electrostatic spinning techniques. These versatile materials are being exploited in our laboratory for the encapsulation and triggered release of bioactive compounds.
The two MA programs in European Studies are interdisciplinary in nature and allow students to develop transcultural competencies. The programs promote cutting edge research in a collegial and dynamic environment. The Erasmus Mundus program is the only one of its kind in Canada and brings to Guelph a large number of international students.
Jennifer's research is concerned with the roles of institutions, markets, and technologies in environmental governance. Topically, many of her projects have centered on oceans, marine resource management, and coastal and Indigenous communities.
My primary research goals are currently directed towards building AI agents for active threat hunting in Internet of Things (IoT), Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Internet of Battlefield of Things (IoBT).