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November 2019

November 4, 2019
The Philadelphia-based University City Science Center has named Charles Roth as one of ten finalists in its prestigious regional 2019 QED proof-of-concept program. By spring 2020, up to three winners will be selected for awards of $200,000 each with additional support from the Science Center’s network of business and industry advisors to help them ready their technologies for commercialization.
November 4, 2019
Join the Rutgers Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering for a get together with alumni and friends. Looking forward to seeing you! November 11, 2019 7:15 p.m. - 9:15 p.m. Hyatt Regency Orlando, Silver Spring I/II

October 2019

October 30, 2019
Dr. Alex Neimark, Distinguished Professor of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering is inducted as a Fellow of the International Adsorption Society for his seminal contributions into the theory of adsorption and development of novel methods for pore structure characterization. Dr. Neimark research interests include thermodynamics, statistical mechanics, and molecular modeling of adsorption, transport, and interfacial phenomena in nanoporous and self-assembled nanostructured materials. He published 260+ scientific papers with 20,000+ citations and Hirsch index h=66.

August 2019

August 12, 2019
Professor Benjamin Glasser has been elected a Fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). Election as a Fellow is in recognition of “service to the profession” and “significant professional accomplishment” and is meant to honor and reward AIChE members for their accomplishments and service. AIChE has more than 60,000 members from more than 110 countries and less than 2% of the members are Fellows. Prof. Glasser will receive a pin and plaque in recognition of being elected a Fellow at the 2019 AIChE Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida.

June 2019

June 19, 2019
2018-2019 Undergraduate Award Recipients 2018-2019 Graduate Award Receipients
June 11, 2019
A textbook co-authored by Prof. Glasser has received a Most Promising New Textbook Award (College) from the Textbook & Academic Authors Association (TAA). The Most Promising New Textbook Award recognizes excellence in 1st edition textbooks and learning materials. The book titled “Attainable Region Theory: An Introduction to Choosing an Optimal Reactor” which is published by Wiley, discusses how to effectively interpret, select, and optimize reactors for complex reactive systems, using Attainable Region theory.

May 2019

May 7, 2019
More than 60 former students, colleagues, family members, and friends came together on April 10, 2019, to celebrate the life of Dr. Alkis Constantinides ("Dr. C") – professor, mentor, athlete, and family man – who passed away last fall. 

April 2019

April 25, 2019
Helen Buettner has been named a 2019 recipient of the Leaders in Faculty Diversity Award, which recognizes university wide excellence in diversity and inclusion. Professor Buettner’s award honors her “distinguished leadership as founding faculty director of the Reilly Douglas Engineering Living Learning Community and for teaching, mentoring and cultivating a spirit of collaboration among students and leading women to succeed as professional engineers”.
April 8, 2019
This past weekend Rutgers ChemE Car Team competed at Penn State University for the Regional ChemE Car Competition. For this event, teams build shoebox sized cars that carry 0 - 500 grams of water and must travel somewhere between 15 and 30 meters. The car runs and stops with the use of chemical reactions.  Teams do not know the load or distance until one hour before the competition. This time the load was 0 grams of water and the distance was 17 m. 

March 2019

March 18, 2019
The Board of Directors of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) approved Professor Androulakis's election as a Fellow of the AIChE "the highest grade of membership - an honor reaffirming distinctive professional achievements and accomplishments". Professor Androulakis is also a Fellow of the American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE). 

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