Jaime BenitezAdjunct Lecturer Department of Environmental Engineering Sciences
Born and raised in Puerto Rico. Attended the University of Puerto Rico (UPR) where he got a B. S. in Chemical Engineering and an M. S. in Nuclear Engineering. He got a Ph. D. in Chemical and Environmental Engineering from RPI in Troy, NY. Taught courses in Chemical and Environmental Engineering at UPR for about forty years. Retired from UPR and has been Adjunct Lecturer at UFL for the last three years. Has published two textbooks (Prentice-Hall and Wiley).
Primary Research Area
Heat and mass transfer
Other Research Areas
Air Resources, Engineering Education
Numerical Models; Heat and Mass Transfer
B. S. Chemical Engineering, 1970, University of P. R.
M. S. Nuclear Engineering, 1972, University of P. R.
Ph. D. Chem. and Env. Engineering, 1976, RPI