Yile Gu and Sang Beom Kim, both fourth-year CBE graduate students, have been awarded honorific fellowships for the 2016-17 academic year. These fellowships "recognize outstanding performance and professional promise, and represent high commendation from the Princeton University Graduate School.” Sang Beom, who works in the group of Prof. Pablo Debenedetti on protein denaturation at extreme conditions, protein hydration, and low-temperature dynamical transition
Sankaran Sundaresan, Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering, has been named the Norman John Sollenberger Professor in Engineering, an endowed professorship, effective July 1, as announced in the February 19 issue of the Princeton Weekly Bulletin. Sundaresan, a world expert in granular and multiphase flow, has previously received the Princeton University President’s Award for Distinguished Teaching, and had served as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the School of Engin
Prof. Sankaran Sundaresan will deliver an honorary colloquium at the Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg (TUHH) on Sept. 4th, 2014. The colloquium is in connection to his receiving the title "Permanent Guest Professor" of TUHH. This honor follows Prof. Sundaresan awarding of a Humboldt Research Award announced last April.
Sankaran Sundaresan, Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering, has been elected the recipient of a Humboldt Research Award, accompanied by 60,000 Euro. This award recognizes Sundaresan’s past accomplishments in research and teaching, and the expectation for continued cutting-edge achievements in the future. The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, established in 1953 in Bonn, promotes academic cooperation between excellent scientists and scholars from inside and outside G
A new undergraduate course, “The Energy-Water Nexus” (CBE 335 / MAE 335 / ENv 335 / ENV 335), taught for the first time in Fall 2012, was recently profiled on the Princeton University homepage. The course describes and quantifies the inextricable link between water and energy — and the challenge in figuring out how to keep that relationship as sustainable as possible. Taught by Sankaran Sundaresan, Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering; Eric Larson, Lectu
At a lunch and ceremony on February 21, open to the entire School of Engineering and Applied Science, the Princeton Engineering Council (E-Council) and Graduate Engineering Council (GEC) jointly recognized two members of the CBE department for their excellence in teaching during Spring/Fall 2011. Professor Sankaran Sundaresan received the sole Spring 2011 faculty award, for his teaching in the graduate-level course CBE 505, “Advanced Heat and Mass Transfer”. George Khoury
Professor Sankaran Sundaresan has been selected to present the 2010 Neal R. Amundson Lecture at the University of Houston.
Professor Sankaran Sundaresan has been elected as a Fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers by its Board of Directors.
Chemical Engineering faculty and students were among those included in the Princeton Engineering's Commendation List for Outstanding Teaching and Princeton's Engineering Council's Excellence in Teaching Awards.
Earlier this week, three faculty members and three graduate students form Chemical Engineering received commendations from the School of Engineering for outstanding teaching.
Christodoulos Floudas and Sankaran Sundaresan were recently named to the Commendation List for Outstanding Teaching by the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
Princeton University bestowed its highest teaching award on chemical engineering Professor Sankaran Sundaresan during commencement ceremonies June 6, praising him for an unfailing dedication to illuminating complex subjects for students.
Professor Sankaran Sundaresan is the recipient of the AIChE's 2005 Thomas Baron Award in Fluid-Particle Systems.
Professor Sankaran Sundaresan received a Spring 2005 E-Council "Excellence in Teaching Award" for his exceptional instruction and dedication to his students in Mass, Momentum and Energy Transport (CHE 341). The award was presented by undergraduate Chris Bohn '06 at the award ceremony on March 30.