Neimark Inducted as a Fellow of the International Adsorption Society

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. He is a recipient of many national and international awards and honored appointments, including Guggenheim Fellow, Blaise Pascal International Chair, Humboldt Fellow, Fellow of American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Distinguished Visiting Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, and Leverhulme Professorship. Read more about Dr. Neimark research at