Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Patrick Doyle is the Robert T. Haslam (1911) Professor and Graduate Officer of the Department of Chemical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He received his undergraduate and graduate degrees in Chemical Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania (1992) and at Stanford University (MS 1993, PhD 1997). Doyle’s honors include NSF’s CAREER Award (2003), Pioneers of Miniaturization Prize by the Royal Society of Chemistry (2008), a Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship (2009), and the 2022 Alpha Chi Sigma Award from AIChE. Doyle has been recognized for excellence in teaching with the C. Michael Mohr Outstanding Faculty Award for Undergraduate Teaching in the Department of Chemical Engineering (2013, 2014). Doyle is a co-founder of Firefly Bioworks and Motif Micro.