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Undergraduate Student Poster Competition

For Work Presented at the 2018 AIChE Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh, PA

CAST participates in the Undergraduate Student Poster Competition. Submissions to the “Computing, Simulation, and Process Control” session were judged by Maria Papathanasiou and Martha Grover. CAST gave awards for the first ($100) and second ($50) place posters.

1st place: Zachary Kilwein, West Virginia University, “Modeling and Techno-Economic Analysis of a Molecular Hydrogen Production Process”

2nd place: Natalie Buchanan, Rochester Institute of Technology, “Improving Network Stability of Block Copolymers through Molecular Modeling”

Please join us in congratulating the winners!

 


 

Previous Winners from the 2017 AIChE Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, MN

 

1st place: San Dinh, Illinois Institute of Technology, “Modeling and Control of Renewable Energy Sources with Energy Storage System for Smart Grid Application” (with Don Chmielewski)

2nd place: Dylan Colli, University of Kentucky, “An Unbiased Classification Algorithm for Transverse Tubule Remodeling within Murine Heart Failure Models” (with Peter Kekenes-Huskey)

3rd place: Yacine Faliachi, University of West Virginia, “Design and Simulation of Pollution Control Units for Improving Sustainability” (with Fernando Lima)

 


 

Previous Winners from the 2016 AIChE Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA

 

1st place: Peter Tancini, University of Pittsburgh, “Understanding Water Effects in Alcohol Dehydration Activity on gamma-Al2O3 Using Microkinetic Modeling”

2nd place: Babatunde Hambolu, Georgia Institute of Technology, “Modeling and Control of Crystallization Kinetics”