Professor Christodoulos A. Floudas has been named the Stephen C. Macaleer '63 Professor in Engineering and Applied Science, Professor of Chemical Engineering.
Professor Athanassios Z. Panagiotopoulos has been named the Susan Dod Brown Professor of Chemical Engineering.
Professor Yannis G. Kevrekidis has been named the Pomeroy and Betty Perry Smith Professor of Engineering.
When Princeton University engineers want to increase the power output of their new fuel cell, they just give it a little more gas -- hydrogen gas, to be exact. This simple control mechanism, which varies the flow of hydrogen fuel to control the power generated, was previously thought impossible and is a potentially major development in fuel cell...
We were deeply saddened by the recent death of our colleague, mentor, and friend, Dudley Saville, the Stephen C. Macaleer '63 Professor of Engineering and Applied Science. Several friends have expressed interest in establishing a memorial fund in the Department of Chemical Engineering. During the months ahead, I will work with Dudley's family and...
Since her arrival at Princeton, junior Ishani Sud has made a difference by thinking inside the box. Not just any box, but rather a solar-powered oven she designed her freshman year with classmate Lauren Wang, under the guidance of Wole Soboyejo, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering.
Professor Pablo Debenedetti and graduate student Richard Lunt were recently presented with Excellence in Teaching Awards from Princeton's Engineering Council.
Christodoulos Floudas and Sankaran Sundaresan were recently named to the Commendation List for Outstanding Teaching by the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
William B. Russel, the Arthur A. Marks '19 Professor of Chemical Engineering and Dean of the Graduate School, has been honored with the publication of a Festschrift issue of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, one of the pre-eminent archival journals in chemical engineering.
Dudley Saville, a chemical engineer whose research and teaching transcended his specialty and inspired advances and leaders in many fields, died Wednesday, Oct. 4, at age 73. The cause was cancer.

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