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Organizing Committee

Learn more about the NAM29 organizing committee.

About NAM29 Organization

The North American Meeting is a biennial event which is organized by a Local Organizing Committee. The Committee is composed of academic and industrial leaders in catalysis science and research.

Local Organizing Committee

  • Carsten Sievers, Co-Chair, Local Organizing Committee

    Professor

    School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

    Georgia Insitute of Technology 
  • Todd Toops, Co-Chair, Local Organizing Committee

    Distinguished R&D Scientist

    Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)
  • Jochen Lauterbach, Secretary, Local Organizing Committee

    University of SouthCarolina
  • Vitaly Prikhodko, Treasurer, Local Organizing Committee

    Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)
  • Andreas Heyden, Scientific Chair, Local Organizing Committee

    University of South Carolina
  • Hongliang Xin, Scientific Chair, Local Organizing Committee

    Virginia Tech
  • Zili Wu, Scientific Chair, Local Organizing Committee

    Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)
  • Sheima Khatib, Scientific Chair, Local Organizing Committee

    Virginia Tech 
  • Chris Paolucci, Poster Chair, Local Organizing Committee

    University of Virginia 
  • John Kuhn, Poster Chair, Local Organizing Committee

    University of Southern Florida
  • Rachel Getman, Poster Chair, Local Organizing Committee

    The Ohio State University
  • Jeff Kenvin, Exhibit Chair, Local Organizing Committee

    Micromeritics Instrument Corp.
  • Chris Jones, Fundraising Chair, Local Organizing Committee

    Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Haiying Chen, Fundraising Chair, Local Organizing Committee

    Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)
  • A.J. Medford, Local Arrangements, Local Organizing Committee

    Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Marta Hatzell, Local Arrangements, Local Organizing Committee

    Georgia Institute of Technology
  • James Harris,Website/Social Media Chair, Local Organizing Committee

    University of Alabama 
  • Tibor Szilvási, Website/Social Media Chair, Local Organizing Committee

    University of Alabama
  • David Hibbits, Kokes Awards, Local Organizing Committee

    University of Florida
  • David Bruce, Kokes Awards, Local Organizing Committee

    Clemson University
  • Galen Fisher, Senior Advisor, Local Organizing Committee

    University of Michigan

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About the North American Catalysis Society

The North American Catalysis Society was founded in 1956 to promote and encourage the growth and development of the science of catalysis and those scientific disciplines ancillary thereto; to provide educational services to members and other interested individuals; to organize and participate in professional meetings of scientists; to report, discuss and exchange information and viewpoints in the field of catalysis; to serve as a central exchange for the several catalysis clubs concerning information on their activities; and to provide liaison with foreign catalysis societies, with the International Congress on Catalysis, and with other scientific organizations and individuals.

About AIChE

AIChE is a professional society of more than 60,000 chemical engineers in 110 countries. Its members work in corporations, universities and government, using their knowledge of chemical processes to develop safe and useful products for the benefit of society. Through its varied programs, AIChE continues to be a focal point for information exchange on the frontiers of chemical engineering research in such areas as energy, sustainability, biological and environmental engineering, nanotechnology and chemical plant safety and security.