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A. James Link, Associate Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering, has taken on the role of CBE’s undergraduate representative (“Departmental Representative”, or “DepRep”, in Princeton parlance), effective July 1.  As DepRep, Link oversees CBE’s B.S.E. program and all departmental undergraduate matters.  Link takes the DepRep reins from Bruce Koel, who completed three years of service as DepRep on June 30.
Today’s Princeton University homepage features the work of Bruce E. Koel, Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering and Departmental Representative, in partnership with the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL).  Koel is studying the behavior of lithium-based coatings on the interior surfaces of the chambers which contain the plasma present during the fusion of hydrogen, which can reach temperatures of 11 million degrees Centigrade.  A practical fusion process require
Bruce Koel, Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering, became CBE’s departmental representative (undergraduate representative), overseeing CBE’s B.S.E. program and all departmental undergraduate matters. Koel joined CBE on January 1 from Lehigh University. Koel takes the “dep rep” reins from Lynn Loo, who was recently appointed deputy director of Princeton’s Andlinger Center.
Bruce E. Koel, currently Professor of Chemistry at Lehigh University, will join the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering as Professor on January 1, 2011. Koel’s research is in catalysis and surface science, where he utilizes a wide array of approaches to evaluate the structure and reactivity of surfaces, the kinetics and thermodynamics of elementary reaction steps, and the reaction products. An area of particular interest has been the reactions of hydrocarbons on Pt and Pt-Sn