1987-present Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, The City College of New York
1987-1990 Chairman, Department of Chemical Engineering
1985-1986 Sabbatical: General Electric Company, Corporate Research and Development Center, Information Systems Laboratory, Schenectady, NY 12301
1992-1993 Sabbatical: Unilever Research Inc., Corporate Research Center Process Technology Department, Edgewater, NJ 07010
1996-1999; 2001, 2002 Visiting Engineer (summer month), Procter&Gamble and Co., Este Research Laboratory, Cincinnati, Oh.
2001-2002; 2003-2004 Sabbatical and Visiting Engineer: Merck and Co. Inc., Physical Chemical Manufacturing Laboratory (PCML), Merck Manufacturing Division, West Point, Pa, 19486.
Selected Recent Publications:
a. Chapters in Books
1. Tardos G.I. and P.J. Mort, “Fluidization: Applications for Coating and Granulation”, Chapter 17 in “Handbook of Fluidization and Fluid-particle Systems”, W.C. Yang, (Ed.), Marcel Dekker, New York, Basel, pp. 445-468, (2003).
2. Tardos G.I. and P.J. Mort, “Dry Powder Flows”, Chapter 9 in “Multiphase Flow Handbook”, C. Crowe, (Ed.), CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, October (2005).
3. Tardos, G.I., L. Farber, D. Bika and J. N. Michaels, “Morphology and Strength development in solid and solidifying inter-particle bridges in granules of pharmaceutical powders”, Chapter in “Granulation and coating of fine particles”, A. Salman, M. Hunslow and J.K.S. Seville, editors, Submitted for publication, Elsevier, (2005).
b. Journals edited
Tardos, G.I., (Guest Editor), “Granulation and Coating of Fine Powders”, Special issue of Powder Technology, Vol. 117, No. 1-2, (2001).
c. Educational papers
Tardos, G. I., "Development of a Powder Technology Option at CCNY", J. Chem. Eng. Ed., pp. 172-181, (1995).
d. Technical Publications
1. Talu, I., G. I. Tardos and J. R. van Ommen, “Use of stress fluctuations to monitor wet granulation of powders”, Powder Technology, Vol. 117, pp. 149-162, (2001).
2. Tardos G.I., S. McNamara and I. Talu, “Slow and Intermediate flow of a frictional bulk powder in the Couette geometry”, Vol. 131, pp. 23-39, Powder Technology, (2003).
3. Farber, L., G.I. Tardos and J. M. Michaels, “Use of X-ray tomography to study the Porosity and Morphology of granules”, Powder Technology, Vol. 132, #1, pp. 57-63, (2003).
4. Farber L., G. I. Tardos and J. N. Michaels, “Evolution and Structure of Drying Material Bridges of Pharmaceutical Excipients: Studies on a microscope slide”, Vol. 58, pp. 4515-4525, Chem. Eng. Sci., August, (2003).
5. Tardos, G.I., K. P. Hapgood, O. O. Ipadeola and J. N. Michaels, “Stress measurements in High Shear Granulators using calibrated “test” Particles: application to Scale-up”, Vol. 140, pp. 217-227, Powder Technology, (2004).
6. Bika, D., G.I. Tardos, S. Panmai, L. Farber and J.N. Michaels, “Strength and morphology of solid bridges in dry granules of pharmaceutical powders”, Vol. 150, pp. 104-116, Powder Technology, (2005).
7. Kalman H. and G.I. Tardos, “Elements of Particle Technology in the Chemical Industry”, Particulate Science and Technology, (PS&T), Vol. 23, pp. 1-19, (2005).
8. Tardos, G.I., “Wet-Granulation Research with Application to Scale-up – a review”, Vol. 3, #3, pp. 191-195, China Particuology – Science and Technology of Particles, (2005).
9. Purutyan, H., G. I. Tardos and B. H. Pittenger, “Understanding and Avoiding Caking of Bulk Powders”, pp. 22-29, Chemical Engineering Progress (CEP), May, (2005).
10. Farber, L., G.I., Tardos and J.N. Michaels, “Micro-mechanical properties of drying material bridges of pharmaceutical excipients”, in press, International Journal of Pharmaceutics, September, (2005).