Gordon Ellis has been on staff at AIChE for more than two decades, with many years’ experience working with volunteer groups, member activities and student programs. He now concentrates on writing and editing for Chemical Engineering Progress magazine.
Fikile Brushett is being honored for pioneering advances in understanding and controlling fundamental processes governing performance, cost, and lifetime of flow electrochemical systems for energy storage and conversion.
Doyle is being recognized for the invention of new microfluidic approaches to synthesize and manipulate soft matter, including flow lithography to create highly encoded microparticles and advanced materials.
Dr. Segalman is being recognized for pioneering studies of functional soft materials, including semiconducting block polymers, polymeric ionic liquids, and hybrid thermoelectric materials.
Paul Larsen is being recognized for his innovative contributions to crystallization technology and mentorship of future scientists.
Dr. Laurencin is being recognized for his breakthrough achievements in the science and engineering of soft tissue implants.
In addition to training, the data analytics courses covers Python, data visualization, data extraction using SQL, fundamentals of process control, statistical programming, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and more.
Learn about the diverse specialties and work of these AIChE Fellows, such as finding uses for coal and waste plastics in the renewable energy economy and fighting drug use through a control systems approach.
Career Discovery is designed to help chemical engineers pursue and build a career that best fits their evolving talents and interests.
Darlene S. Schuster, PhD, AIChE’s former Chief of Technical Operations, Membership, and Business Development, has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of the Institute.
The new fellowship is slated for presentation in 2023 and will support the work of an emerging leader in the fields of biotechnology or bioengineering.
Meet some of the most recently elected AIChE Fellows and learn about their careers, achievements, and areas of specialization.
Check out course, keynote, and session highlights for this year’s Spring Meeting and GCPS in San Antonio, Texas.
Learn more about what WIC is all about, the support it provides to women in chemical engineering, and how you can get involved.
Hear from AIChE President Christine Grant about her first mentors, how we can create a more vital and equitable chemical engineering workforce, and how we each can work towards what’s next for AIChE and for our individual careers.
Some progress has been made, but the reality remains that only 13% of practicing chemical engineers are women. Read how things have changed and where continued effort is needed.