Charles Wayne Manke (ad5529)

University information

Title: Associate Dean
Unit: Deans Office Engineering
Department: College of Engineering

Contact information

1105 Engineering Bldg.
Chemical Engg
Detroit, 48202

College of Engineering

Phone: 313-577-3849
Title: Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs; Professor, Chemical Engineering and Materials Science
Address: 5050 Anthony Wayne Drive
Room: 1105

Research Interests
  • Mesoscopic simulations of polymer systems and biomolecules
  • Rheology of polymer solutions and melts
  • Polymer processing in supercritical fluids
  • Environmentally benign manufacturing with CO2-soluble compounds.


Ca2+-Dimethylphosphate complex formation: providing insight into Ca2+ mediated local dehydration and membrane fusion in cells, J. Potoff, Z. Issa, C. W. Manke, B. P. Jena, International Journal of Cell Biology, in press.

Organic nanostructures on silicon, created with semitransparent polystyrene spheres and 248 nm laser pulses  E. W. Rothe, R. J. Baird, C. W. Manke, and R. Piparia, Nanotechnology, in press.

Phase Behavior of 1,3,5-Tri-Tert-Butylbenzene-Carbon Dioxide Binary System, Dilek, C., Manke, C.W., Gulari, E., Journal of Supercritical Fluids, 43, 421-429 (2008) .

Phase behavior of β-D-galactose pentaacetate-carbon dioxide binary system, C. Dilek, C. W. Manke, and E. Gulari, Fluid Phase Equilibria, 239, 172-177 (2006).

Effect of Polymer-Surfactant Interactions on Elongational Viscosity and Atomization of PEO Solutions Z. Ergungor, J. M. Smolinski, C. W. Manke, and E. Gulari, J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 138, 1-6 (2006).

Developments Toward Simulation of Entangled Polymer Melts by DPD G. Pan and C. W. Manke, International Journal of Modern Physics B, 17, 231-235 (2003).

Effect of Solvent Quality on the Dynamics of Polymer Solutions Simulated by Dissipative Particle Dynamics G. Pan and C. W. Manke, J Rheol. 46, 1221-1237 (2002).

  • Ph.D. University of California at Berkeley (Chemical Engineering)
  • M.S. University of California at Berkeley (Chemical Engineering)
  • B.S. Oregon State University (Chemical Engineering)
Charles Wayne Manke

Courses taught by Charles Wayne Manke

Winter Term 2024 (current)

Winter Term 2023

Winter Term 2022

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