Yannis Kevrekidis, professor of Chemical Engineering and the Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics, has been awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship for research on "Equation-free Studies of Complex Systems" along with six other Princeton faculty.
Chrysanthos Gounaris received a Spring 2005 E-Council "Excellence in Teaching Award" for the high quality of his work and his dedication as a TA for the Chemical Engineering Design course (CHE 442).
Professor Sankaran Sundaresan received a Spring 2005 E-Council "Excellence in Teaching Award" for his exceptional instruction and dedication to his students in Mass, Momentum and Energy Transport (CHE 341). The award was presented by undergraduate Chris Bohn '06 at the award ceremony on March 30.
Almost 1,000 middle school students and teachers from Mercer County schools flocked to Princeton University to explore cutting-edge science and technology with university researchers during a campus-wide exposition on March 17. Among the presenters was Professor Rick Register, who explained to students the changing properties of molecules using...
Jennifer Sinclair Curtis, PhD *89, has become the chair of the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Florida. Curtis was formerly professor of chemical engineering and University Faculty Scholar at Purdue University. Curtis has an internationally recognized research program in the development and validation of numerical models...
A team of Chemical Engineering graduate students Swaroop Chatterjee, Warren Hogarth and James Nehlsen won first place this year in Princeton University's Business Plan contest with a plan to produce a new ceramic membrane-based fuel cells. The plan detailing the production, marketing and profitability of a new kind of fuel cell named MiCel, which...
Chemical Engineering graduate student Scott Shell was honored as one of four recipients of the Porter Ogden Jacobus Fellowship.
Stanislav Y. Shvartsman, assistant professor of Chemical Engineering and a faculty of the Institute for Integrative Genomics at Princeton, has been awarded the CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Professor Ilhan Aksay has been named Highly Cited Researcher by the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI).
Ludwig Rebenfeld *55, chemist and alumni volunteer, died in Princeton May 26, 2004 after a brief illness.