BS Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, May 1974.
PhD Chemical Engineering, The University of Texas, Austin, TX, May 1997, Dissertation Title:
“Pervaporative Extraction of Volatile Organic Compounds from Aqueous Systems with use of a
Tubular Transverse Flow Module”.
MS Chemical Engineering, The University of Texas, Austin, TX, Dec 1990.
(1998 – present) Associate Professor for Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, University of Kentucky, Paducah, KY.
(1997-1998) Adjunct Professor for Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Texas at Austin.
(1980 – 1997) Process engineer, environmental engineer, manager at IBM, Austin, TX.
(1997 – 1980) Process and environmental engineer, Velsicol Chemical Co, El Dorado, AR
(1974 – 1977) R&D chemical engineer, Ashland Chemical, Columbus, OH.
(1969 – 1974) Commissioned Officer in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Jimmy L. Smart. Use of Postmortem Temperature Decay Response Surface Plots of Heat Transport in the
Human Eye to Predict Time of Death, J. Forensic Sci, submitted Nov 2012.
Jimmy L. Smart, Michal Kaliszan. Use of a Finite Element Model of Heat Transport in the Human Eye to
Predict Time of Death, J. Forensic Sci, submitted Feb 2011, accepted Jan 2012, published Mar 2013.
Jimmy L. Smart, Michal Kaliszan. The Post Mortem Temperature Plateau and its Role in the Estimation
of Time of Death. A Review. Legal Medicine, 14, February 2012, 55-62.
TEXTBOOK: Chuwen GUO, Jimmy L. Smart, Deyu LI, Qi LIU. Engineering Fluid Mechanics, China
University of Mining & Technology Publishing, Xuzhou China, December 2010.
Jimmy L. Smart, Estimation of Time of Death With a Fourier Series Unsteady State Heat Transfer
Model, J. Forensic Sci, 55(6), Nov 2010, 1481-1487.
Jimmy L. Smart, Michal Kaliszan. Prediction of Time of Death Using a Heat Transport Model.
COMSOL Conference, Boston, October 2010.
Jimmy L. Smart, Lactose Intolerance: Exploring Reaction Kinetics Governing Lactose Conversion of
Dairy Products Within the Undergraduate Laboratory, Chem. Engr. Educa. Spring 2008.
Jimmy L. Smart, Chemical Engineers Go To The Movies: Stimulating Problems for the Contemporary
Undergraduate Student, Chem. Engr. Educa., Summer 2007.
Jimmy L. Smart, Application of Six-Phase Soil Heating Technology for Groundwater Remediation,
Enviro. Prog., April 2005.
Jimmy L. Smart, Use of the Evolutionary Operation Method to Optimize Gas Absorber Operation, Chem.
Engr. Educa, 38(3), Summer 2004.
Jimmy L. Smart, Treatability Study of Six-Phase Soil Heating for Groundwater Remediation at the
Paducah Uranium Enrichment Facility, Proceedings, AIChE Conference, San Francisco CA, Nov 19,
J.L. Smart, Use of an Applied Statistical Method to Optimize Efficiency of an Air Pollution Scrubber
Within an Undergraduate Laboratory, ASEE Conference Proceedings, Nashville TN, June 2003.