Ph.D., 2012, Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
M.S., 2006, Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
B.S.E., 2004, Mechanical Engineering, Northwestern University
- Multicomponent droplet vaporization and combustion
- Gasification, air- and oxy-combustion and pyrolysis of solid fuels
- Modeling reaction and transport in porous media
- Energy conversion
S. Jorgensen, S. Singer, “Micro-CT-based Approaches for Quantifying the Morphology of Pulverized Char Particles” Energy & Fuels, 33 (6), 4826-4834, 2019.
A. Cooney, S. Singer, “A hybrid droplet vaporization-chemical surrogate approach for emulating vaporization, physical properties, and chemical combustion behavior of multicomponent fuels” Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 37, 3229-3236, 2019.
Z. Liu, S. Singer, D. Zitomer, and P. McNamara. "Sub-pilot-scale Autocatalytic Pyrolysis of Wastewater Biosolids for Enhanced Energy Recovery." Catalysts, 8, 524-534, 2018.
G. Fong, S. Jorgensen, and S. Singer, "Pore-Resolving Simulation of Char Particle Gasification Using Micro-CT" Fuel, 224, 752-763, 2018.
Z. Liu, S. Singer, Y. Tong, L. Kimbell, E. Anderson, M. Hughes, D. Zitomer, P. McNamara, “Characteristics and Applications of Biochars Derived from Wastewater Solids,” Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 90, 650-664, 2018.