Award is annually presented for basic or applied research results relative to the sustainability of products, processes, or the environment. The award is to recognize the one who has made significant technical contributions to the teaching, and development activities. Emphasis should be placed on...
Recognizes outstanding chemical engineering contributions and achievements in the nuclear industry, and promotes the objectives of the Nuclear Engineering Division of AIChE. Although membership is not required, preference will be given to AIChE members.
There will be up to four awards ($600 each) for the appropriate application of inherent safety in the designs. A subcommittee of the Safety and Health Division will evaluate and pick the award recipients.
This award recognizes outstanding service to the Separations Division. The recipient must have a considerable record of service to the Separations Division and the separations area, performed above and beyond the expected duties, and participated extensively in a variety of division activities with...
Recognizes outstanding graduate students in adsorption and ion exchange, crystallization and evaporation, distillation and absorption, extraction, fluid-particle separations, membrane-based separations, and bioseparations.
The Sustainability Education award will recognize and honor one educator who has made outstanding contributions to sustainability education. Examples of contribution include, but not limited to successful incorporation of sustainability in classroom or engineering community. The nominees will be...
Awards are presented to full-time undergraduate or graduate students who prepare the best technical papers that describe results related to engineering and sustainability.
The TEP Best Paper Award is given every year to the top presenter at the TEP topical sessions during the AIChE Spring Meeting.
Recognizes an individual's outstanding scientific/technical accomplishment which has made a significant impact in the field of fluid-particle systems or in a related field with potential for cross-fertilization.
Recognizes an individual's outstanding chemical engineering contribution and achievement in heat transfer or energy conversion.