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Prof. You was recently invited to become a member of AIChE Journal Consulting Editors Board. AIChE Journal editorial team made the invitation to acknowledge Prof. You’s expertise and stature as a prominent chemical engineering researcher. AIChE Journal is the flagship journal of American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE).
Besides, Prof. You joins the Editorial Board of ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, a high-impact journal published by American Chemical Society (ACS) on sustainability and green chemistry.
In the recent updated list of “Top cited AIChE Journal papers from 2015”, the No. 1 and No. 2 most cited articles are both from PEESE. Please follow the link below for the full list of “top cited papers” at the AIChE Journal website:
In the earlier “top cited” list, the No. 1 top cited AIChE Journal papers from 2012 and from 2013 are also both authored by PEESE researchers. The lists are available in the following webpages of the AIChE Journal website.
The No. 1 most cited AIChE Journal paper from 2014 is also from PEESE, based on the Web of Science citation data on Nov. 1, 2016.
The cover of the June 2016 issue of ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng. features our recent work on robust design selection of cost-effective bioconversion product and process network processing pathways under uncertainty. The top graphic of the following cover art is taken from our publication in this issue (see J. Gong, D. J. Garcia, and F. You; DOI: 10.1021/acssuschemeng.6b00188).
Prof. You was recently appointed as Associate Editor of Computers & Chemical Engineering, the flagship journal of Process Systems Engineering. As an Associate Editor of the Journal, Prof. You handles submissions in the areas of Optimization and Energy Systems Engineering.
PEESE recently receives multiple recognitions from Computers & Chemical Engineering, the flagship journal in the Process Systems Engineering area.
These recognitions include:
Dajun Yue, a PEESE graduate student, was selected to receive the CAST Student Travel Award from the CAST Division of AIChE. All nomination packages were reviewed by a committee of 4 CAST Officers, and the competition was stiff. Dajun is one of the 5 CAST Travel Grant winners this year. The awards consist of $500 to support Dajun’s travel to attend the AIChE Annual Meeting, plus a ticket to the CAST Division Dinner at the Annual Meeting, where the recipients will be officially recognized and presented with the check. More details are available in the CAST division website.
In the mean time, Dajun also received a travel award from The Graduate School (TGS) of Northwestern. This is his 2nd time of winning the TGS travel award.
Prof. You was recently selected to be the recipient of 2013 Northwestern-Argonne Early Career Award. This award recognizes extraordinary early career scientist in energy research. One recipient per year was selected by a committee with members from both Northwestern University and Argonne National Laboratory. More details are available in the Northwestern University Press Release.
Professor You was selected to be one of the 18 Searle Fellows for AY 2012 – 2013 at Northwestern University. The Searle Fellows program is a multi-disciplinary, year-long program for early career faculty. Established in 1999, the program aims to provide faculty with the expertise and knowledge to critically assess and solve problems in their courses. Participants design innovative approaches to teaching to advance their students’ learning and to develop their own teaching practice. The department chairs nominate the fellows for their potential to contribute to teaching and scholarship at Northwestern.
Professor You was recently recognized as a Computers & Chemical Engineering Top Reviewer of 2011. Computers & Chemical Engineering is a major journal in Process Systems Engineering. The journal publisher appreciate Professor You’s contributions to this journal through the following citation: “Your thoughtful critiques and timely edits have allowed us to maintain our standards of publishing high quality articles and continue to serve the process systems engineering community.”