Recognizes outstanding contributions to the advancement of nanoscale science and engineering in the field of Chemical Engineering through scholarship, education or service.
Recognizes an individual's outstanding achievements in and contributions to chemical engineering in the areas of loss prevention, safety, and health.
This award recognizes outstanding interdisciplinary research in nanoscience and nanotechnology by engineers or scientists in the early stages of their professional careers (within 10 years of completion of highest degree).
The awards were established to encourage, recognize and reward chemical engineering students for quality research in the nuclear science and technology. Any graduate or undergraduate student doing research in this field is eligible for these awards.
The Owens Corning Early Career Award recognizes outstanding independent contributions to the scientific, technological, educational or service areas of materials science and engineering.
This award recognizes a forum member's lifetime outstanding scientific/technical contributions to the field of particle technology, as well as leadership in promoting scholarship, research, development, or education in this field. Nominations can be made by any member of the Particle Technology...
Presented to a full-time graduate or undergraduate student who prepares the best technical paper to describe the results of process development related studies within chemical engineering.
Recognizes individuals with outstanding contributions in the practice or application of chemical engineering to process development. This award hopes to focus on applicants from industrial settings where documentation of contributions is not as readily provided. Awardees will be selected based on...
The Program Committee and the Safety & Health Division presents this award in memory of Bill Doyle. He was a founder of the AIChE Loss Prevention Symposium series and contributed greatly to the knowledge and understanding of loss prevention in the chemical industry for over 50 years.