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Mentions

  • Gellman receives NSF grant to study the hydrogenation of acetylene to ethylene

    ChemE's Andy Gellman has received $630,000 from the NSF to support a three-year study that will map out the kinetics and mechanism of the selective hydrogenation of acetylene to ethylene without subsequent conversion to ethane across three composition spread alloy films. 
  • Sahinidis gives talks at international conferences and symposiums

    ChemE’s Nick Sahinidis recently gave plenary talks at three different international conferences and symposiums. In May he spoke at Kazan National Research Technological University in Russia, and in June, he spoke at the 5th International Symposium of the Hellenic Operational Research Society in Athens, Greece, and at the 2016 European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering (ESCAPE26) in Portorož, Slovenia. He also received the HELORS 2016 National Award and Gold Medal at the HELORS national conference. 
  • Gregory to teach course at Universidad de los Andes

    This summer, CEE's Kelvin Gregory will travel to Bogota, Colombia, to teach a graduate course about the management and treatment of produced water from oil and natural gas production at Universidad de los Andes, the number eight-ranked university in Latin America. 

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