Phone: (787) 832-4040 Ext. 2473

Email: aldo.acevedo@upr.edu

Office: IQ-205-MB

Office Hours: Not Determine Yet.

Website(s):

Lab(s):IQ-101-M, IQ-101-N

Field(s):Colloids and Interfaces, Nanomaterials, Polymers, Composites

Current Course(s):

Curriculum Vitae:

  • 2006 PhD in Chemical Engineering, University of Delaware
  • 2000 BS in Chemical Engineering, University of Puerto Rico – Mayaguez
  • INQU4010 Momentum Transfer Operations
  • INQU5075 Polymer Engineering
  • INQU5076 Polymer Science
  • INQU6016 Advanced Transport Phenomena
  • INQU6020 Structure And Rheology Of Complex Fluids
  • INQU6607 Polymer Physics
  • INQU8997 Special Topics In Complex Fluids
  • Rheology
  • Liquid Crystals
  • Polymers
  • Carlos Pinzon De La Rosa
  • Mariel M. Santiago Vazquez
  • 2011-2012 Distinguished Professor of the Department of Chemical Engineering
    • Diestra-Cruz, H., C. Rinaldi, and A. Acevedo, Rheological, Optical, and Thermal Characterization of Temperature-Induced Transitions in Liquid Crystal Ferrosuspensions. Journal of Applied Physics, 2012. 111(07): p. 07B308.
    • Florián-Algarín, V., & Acevedo, A. (2010). Rheology and Gelation Temperature of Aqueous Sodium Alginate Solutions. Journal of Pharmaceutical Innovation, 5(1-2), 37-44.
    • Barrera, C., Florián-Algarín, V., Acevedo, A., & Rinaldi, C. (2010). Monitoring gelation using magnetic nanoparticles. Soft Matter, 6, 3662-3668.
    • Santiago-Quinones, D. I., Acevedo, A., & Rinaldi, C. (2009). Suspensions of Magnetic Nanoparticles in Polymer Liquid Crystals: A New Type of Ferronematic. Journal of Applied Physics, 105, 07B512.
    • Cameron-Soto, A. R., & Acevedo-Rullan, A. (2009). Electric Field Effect on the Rheology of MWCNT Dispersions in Liquid Crystalline Polymers. NSTI-Nanotech 2009, 2, 485-488.
    • Acevedo, A., Cotts, P. M., & Shine, A. D. (2005). Molecular weight dependence of the rotational diffusivity of rodlike polymers in concentrated nematic solutions. Macromolecules, 38(15), 6648-6655.