Moshe Gottlieb

Professor - Department of Chemical Engineering,
Room 216, Building 59
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Beer-Sheva 84105
Israel
Phone: 972-8-6461486 ; Fax: 972- 8- 6472916
Email: mosheg@cs.bgu.ac.il

 


Moshe Gottlieb was born in Haifa in 1948. He holds a B.Sc. degree from the Chemical Engineering Department in the Technion in Haifa a PhD in Chemical Engineering (with a minor in Rheology) from the Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison (1978). After two years in the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis he joined the department of Chemical Engineering at Ben-Gurion University.

Current research interests include rheology, polymer solution and suspension, polymer-solid interactions, molecular organization in supramolecular systems, and gelation phenomena.

Recent Representative publications

T. Dollase, H.W. Spiess, M. Gottlieb, R.Yerushalmi-Rozen Crystallization of PDMS: the Effect of Physical and Chemical Crosslinks Europhys Letters 60, 390 (2002).

R. Mor, M. Gottlieb, L.A. Mondy, A.L. Graham J. Effect of Surfaces on the Static Distribution of Orientations in Suspensions of Rod like Particles J. Rheol. 47, 19 (2003).

H. Dvir, M. Gottlieb, S. Daren Thermal Polymerization of a Brominated Flame Retardant in a Glass Fiber-Reinforced Polypropylene – Quantitative analysis J.Appl. Polym. Sci. 88, 1506 (2003).

H. Dvir, M. Gottlieb, S. Daren, E. Tartakovsky Optimization of a Flame-Retarded Polypropylene Composite Sci. Tech. 63, 1865 (2003).

E. Magen and M. Gottlieb The Importance of Liquid Compressibility in Calculations of Fluid Dynamics Inside a DOD Piezoelectric Ink Jet Nozzle J. Imaging Sci. Tech. 48, 335 (2004).

H. Zettl, Y. Portnoy, M. Gottlieb and G. Krausch Investigation of Micelle Formation by Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy J. Phys. Chem. B 109, 13397 (2005).

M. Gottlieb, Y. Hayoun, I. Preker, R. Yerushalmi- Rozen, K. Saalwaechter Crystallization, the gel point and DQ NMR in PDMS networks Bull. APS (2006)


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