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  • Rollett receives Member of Honor award from French Society of Metallurgy and Materials

    MSE Professor Anthony Rollett has been presented with the Member of Honor award by the French Society of Metallurgy and Materials for his outstanding contributions to the field of metallurgy. 
  • Kitchin published in Surface Science, with Anna in Greenhouse Gas Control

    ChemE Professor John Kitchin’s research, titled “The role of vdW interactions in coverage dependent adsoroption energies of atomic adsorbates on Pt(111) and Pd(111),” has been published in the journal Surface Science. In addition, Kitchin partnered with MechE/ChemE Professor Shelley Anna to publish a paper titled “Comparative microfluidic screening of amino acid salt solutions for post-combustion CO2 capture,” in the International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. 
  • Grossmann published in Computers & Chemical Engineering

    ChemE Professor Ignacio Grossmann’s research, titled “A reactive optimization strategy for the simultaneous planning, scheduling and control of short-period continuous reactors,” has been published in the journal Computers & Chemical Engineering. The research proposes a new approach for dealing with the reactive planning, scheduling, and control problems that face short-period continuous reactors.  Read More

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