Nicholas Reding

Graduate Student
Master's of Science in Chemical Engineering (In Progress)
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Summary

Nicholas Reding received his Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering from the University of Kansas in 2016. Following graduation with his undergraduate degree, Nicholas currently works in the field of explosion protection, designing protection solutions for a wide range of applications. After a year of industry experience, he decided to return to KU to pursue a master’s degree in chemical engineering. His research interests include process safety, combustion science, and explosion protection (more specifically, suppression and isolation of non-standard deflagrations). Under the guidance of Dr. Shiflett, Nicholas is currently working on a study that illustrates the effectiveness of various inhibitors for the suppression of highly reactive metal dust deflagrations. Working in collaboration with Fike Corporation, his primary focus is to characterize the ability of various agents to absorb heat and limit the maximum pressure rise during contained combustion. Upon graduation, Nicholas plans to explore additional research studies with continued attention towards industry-related projects. 


Upcoming Events and Deadlines

Sunday, April 14th - GEA5K | Starts at 8am | 2101 Constant Ave 

Friday, May 3rd - Paul Willhite's Retirement Celebration | 6-8pm | Beren Petroleum Conference Center

Saturday, May 4th - Annual Departmental Awards Banquet | 5:30 - 8:30pm | KU Memorial Union's Ballroom

Saturday, May 18th - School of Engineering Recognition Ceremony | starts at 8am | Allen Fieldhouse


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