Dr. Frank Seibert is the technical director of the Separations Research Program at The University of Texas at Austin, a consortium composed of approximately 20 industrial companies. Among other duties, he manages the Programs liquid extraction research activities and its pilot-plant facilities, which generally focus on the mass transfer and hydraulic characteristics of static contacting devices. Dr. Seibert works with industry on a daily basis through the Separations Research Program and as a consultant. He has over twenty years of liquid extraction and distillation experience.
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