Selen Cremaschi named among top chemical engineering researchers

By Sylvia Masango

Published: Nov 27, 2018 8:36:00 AM

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Selen Cremaschi, the B. Redd Associate Professor of chemical engineering, has been named in the 2018 Class of Influential Researchers presented by the journal Industrial & Engineering Chemical Research.

Cremaschi is included among an elite group of 29 engineers and scientists from around the globe whose research endeavors were recognized. The global team at I&EC Research recognized early career researchers with fewer than 10 years in their independent research career.

“I am honored to be in the 2018 class,” Cremaschi said. “It speaks to the impact of our research, and it is a special recognition coming from the prestigious group of editors and editorial advisory board members of Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. This honor is really a recognition of the brilliant, hardworking and talented young minds I get to work with every day, the graduate and undergraduate researchers in my group. Of course, it also motivates us for continuing our quest for solving practical engineering problems.”

The engineers and scientists named in the 2018 Class of Influential Researchers are from eight countries, including Australia, Canada, China, Germany, Japan, Switzerland, Singapore and the United States. Selection is based on the impact and quality of the researchers’ work on the industry.

 “This is an honor not only for Dr. Cremaschi but for Auburn University as only 29 researchers from around the world have been recognized. This just showcases the stature of professors we have here in chemical engineering and the College of Engineering as a whole” said Mario Eden, chair of the Department of Chemical Engineering.

Media Contact: Jeremy Henderson, jdh0123@auburn.edu, 334.844.3591

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