Chris Boyce received his Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering and Physics at MIT and then studied at the University of Cambridge as a Gates Cambridge Scholar, where he received the Dankwerts-Pergamon prize for the best PhD thesis in Chemical Engineering. After his PhD, he held postdoctoral research positions at Princeton University and ETH Zurich. He started as an assistant professor of Chemical Engineering at Columbia in January 2018 and is now an associate professor of Chemical Engineering. His research focuses on the physics of multiphase and granular flows. His honors and awards include being named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 List in Science, being honored with the Sabic Young Professional Award from the AIChE for outstanding contributions to particle technology and being recognized with the NSF CAREER Award and the ONR Young Investigator Program Award.
Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering