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February 23, 2018

Three ChE graduates receive 2018 Distinguished Engineering Alumni award

Arindam Bose (PhD '80), Peter Kraemer (BSChE '88), and Kimberly Underhill (BSChE '87) were among a group of thirteen honored on Thursday, February 22, as 2018 Distinguished Engineering Alumni. The award is presented annually to Engineering graduates who have distinguished themselves in any field in ways that reflect favorably on Purdue University, the engineering profession, and society in general.
February 15, 2018

ChE Professor Rajamani Gounder named 2018 Sloan Research Fellow

Purdue Engineering professor Raj Gounder has made history as the first Purdue Chemical Engineering faculty member to receive an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship. Gounder was one of 126 researchers in the United States and Canada selected for the fellowship. The distinction is given to early-career scholars who are recognized by the Sloan Foundation as the next generation of scientific leaders.
February 15, 2018

ChE Spring 2018 Graduate Seminars Announced

Purdue Davidson School of Chemical Engineering has announced its schedule of Spring 2018 Graduate Seminars, featuring a slate of outstanding speakers well-known in their respective fields. All seminars are free and open to the public, and will held in the Forney Hall of Chemical Engineering.
February 12, 2018

Purdue's Center for Particulate Products and Processes (CP3) receives NP-400 tablet press from Natoli Engineering

Purdue University's Center for Particulate Products and Processes (CP3) recently received a new NP-400 tablet press and related components from Natoli Engineering Company, Inc., the global leader in tablet compression tooling. The new press will support innovation in the tableting industry at the Center, which is a collaborative effort between the Davidson School of Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Agricultural and Biological Engineering, and the College of Pharmacy. CP3 is one of only a handful of university-based centers that allow students to study, design, and manufacture pharmaceutical tablets and other particulate products at an industrial scale.
February 2, 2018

Dr. Bryan Boudouris, Purdue researchers developing energy-saving sensor in DOE project

Dr. Bryan Boudouris, the Robert and Sally Weist Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering, is part of a team of Purdue researchers that will lead a U.S. Department of Energy project to develop sensors aimed at reducing the cost and environmental impact of operating a building's heating, air-conditioning and ventilation system. The project, which begins in May, is funded with a three-year, $1.5 million grant from the DOE’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy through its new Saving Energy Nationwide in Structures with Occupancy Recognition, or SENSOR, program.
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