Recent News

March 28, 2014

Robert Rioux receives 2014 Penn State Excellence in Advising Award.

March 13, 2014

Graduate student Taslima Zaman receives the 2014 Air Products Graduate Fellowship in Chemical Engineering.

September 19, 2013

Venkat Ravi wins the "Best Paper Award" at the 2013 Chemical Engineering Department Research Symposium.

April 22, 2013

Venkat Ravi Receives the International Precious Metals Institute Student Award.

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Heterogeneous catalysis, catalyst design and synthesis, time-resolved FTIR spectroscopy of condensed systems, x-ray absorption spectroscopy (EXAFS, XANES), reaction mechanisms in nanoscale systems, photocatalysis.


06/25/14
Robert Rioux named Associate Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering

Photo of Robert Rioux, Friedrich G. Helfferich Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering.

Dr. Robert Rioux has been promoted to Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering.

This is a great recognition of Rob's ongoing contributions to our department, to Penn State, and to the broader technical community.

Congratulations to Dr. Rioux.



03/28/14
Faculty member Robert Rioux receives 2014 Penn State Excellence in Advising Award

Photo of Robert Rioux, Friedrich G. Helfferich Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering.

Robert Rioux, Friedrich G. Helfferich Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering has been selected to receive the 2014 Penn State Excellence in Advising Award.






03/13/14
Graduate student Taslima Zaman receives the 2014 Air Products Graduate Fellowship in Chemical Engineering

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Congratulations graduate student Taslima Zaman who has been awarded the 2014 Air Products Graduate Fellowship in Chemical Engineering.





09/19/13
Venkat Ravi Receives the "Best Paper Award" at the 2013 Chemical Engineering Research Symposium

2013 Chemical Engineering Research Symposium Awards.

Congratulations to Vekat Ravi who has received the "Best Paper Award" for his publication entitled "Thermodynamic Profiles at the Solvated Inorganic-Organic Interface: The Case of Gold-Thiolate Monolayers".




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