group leader – multiphase physics and radiation
Ph.D. (Chemical Engineering) Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2000
M.S. (Chemical Engineering Practice) Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1997
B.S. (Chemical Engineering), Drexel University, 1994
Dr. Cline is a Principal Scientist who joined Spectral Sciences, Inc. in February 2002. His graduate work examined corrosion rates and mechanisms in supercritical water oxidation (SCWO) systems using experiments and ab initio calculations. His postdoctoral work at Argonne National Laboratory focused on experimental determination of radiation-induced chemical reactions in supercritical water. His interests and experience include high performance computing, various forms of atomistic modeling, reaction kinetics measurements, radiation chemistry, corrosion phenomena, and supercritical fluids.