UB CBE virtually hosted the annual graduate research symposium on Tuesday, November 10, 2020. During the poster sessions one student from each group was voted winner by a panel of judges. Congratulations to all of the students who participated and to those who won!
Emmanuel Nsengiyumva was awarded the 2019 "Excellence in Teaching Award" by UB's Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering. Emmanuel was also awarded the Western New York Prosperity Fellowship for 2019-2020.
Junjie Chen's research on elucidating the mechanism of methane combustion over Ni/CeO based catalysts was accepted for an oral presentation in June 2020 at the 17International Congress on Catalysis (ICC) in San Diego, CA.
Hien Nguyen, a PhD student in Dr. Haiqing Lin's research group received the best poster award of the Separations Division at the 2019 AIChE Annual Meeting in Orlando, FL for his work on carbonized membrane materials.
Over 80 posters were featured at the annual Chemical and Biological Engineering Graduate Research Symposium. All graduate students in their second year and beyond take part in the annual fall symposium and poster judges from every aspect of chemical and biological engineering come to participate.
Noah Seiler placed 2nd in the 2019 AIChE Virtual Local Section (VLS) student competition. Top undergraduate student co-ops and interns present on their exciting work at this special annual VLS event. Each finalist has up to 10 minutes to present the results of their summer or co-op project and answer questions from a live audience.