Evaline Tsai '15 took first place in the Materials Engineering and Sciences category in the 2013 Undergraduate Poster Competition held at the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Annual Student Conference held in San Francisco earlier this month. Evaline’s poster, entitled “Studying the Influence of De-Alloying on Combinatorial W-Fe Thin Films for Development of Porous Nanostructures”, described work she conducted in the laboratory of Professor Alfred Ludw
At Princeton University’s academic year Opening Exercises yesterday, CBE junior Christopher McCord ’15 received the George B. Wood Legacy Sophomore Prize, in recognition of exceptional academic achievement during his sophomore year. In addition to a B.S.E. in Chemical and Biological Engineering, Chris is pursing certificates in Engineering Physics, Applications of Computing, and Engineering Biology, and is a member of the varsity sprint football team. For additional information
CBE seniors Kirsten Parratt `13 and Alice Stanton `13 placed first and second, respectively, in the Research Paper Competition at the AIChE Mid-Atlantic Student Regional Conference held at Rutgers University on April 5-6. Kirsten is working with Dr. Nan Yao of the Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials on her thesis, entitled “Nanomechanical Properties of Organic Thin Films in Nacre”, while Alice is working with Professor Celeste Nelson of CBE on her th
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
Graduating CBE senior Ana Alvarez ’12 was recently featured in a story and video on the Princeton University homepage, along with her brothers Cesar (MAE ’13) and Jose (CEE ’15). The story describes the path taken by the three siblings (with Ana as the pioneer) which led them to Princeton, and each to a SEAS department.