Congratulations to Matthew Hilliard, Nathan Roberts, and Kiumars Badr for their work being selected for presentation at the AIChE Fall 2019 Annual Meeting in Orlando, FL!
Matthew Hilliard presented his work, titled “Dynamic Transcriptomic Profiling Reveals Novel Short-Term and Long-Term Strategies to Cope with Oxygen Limitation in Scheffersomyces Stipitis,” on Wednesday, November 13th at 1:42 pm
Nathan Roberts presented his work, titled “Nutrient Recovery from Municipal Wastewater Using a Methanotroph-Microalgae Co-Culture,” on Thursday, November 14th at 8:14 am
Kiuamrs Badr presented his work in two separate sessions. The first, titled “Genome Scale Model Analysis of Clostridium Tyrobutyricum for Butyl Butyrate Production,” was presented on Wednesday, November 13th at 8:36 am. The second, titled “A Dynamic Genome-Scale Metabolic Network Model for a Novel Methanotroph-Cyanobacteria Coculture,” was presented on Friday, November 15th at 8:00 am
Category Archives: Graduate Research
The Wang group had their annual group retreat at Escape Zone on August 5th.
Five papers from Wang group have been accepted for oral presentations (3) and poster presentations (2 with one selected as Rapid Fire Presentation) by 2016 AIChE Annual Conference! Good Job, everyone!
Andy received the 2016 Outstanding Doctoral Student Award. Congratulations, Dr. Damiani!
Kyle was selected to receive the inaugural J. Alley Family Leadership Fellowship for his work with the College of Engineering. Congratulations, Kyle!
Dr. He and Dr. Wang paper on biofuels education was published in CEE.
Nathan Roberts joined the group. Welcome, Nathan!
Congratulations to the Dr. Xiu Wang and Dr. Damiani! From left to right: Dr. Xiu Wang and Dr. Wang
Min’s paper, “A Novel Bioreactor to Study the Dynamics of Co-culture Systems”, is accepted by Biochemical Engineering Journal. Congratulations, Dr. Kim!
Xiu successfully defended her dissertation. Her work is titled “Variable selection for industrial process modeling and monitoring”. Congratulations, Dr. Xiu Wang!
Kyle’s 3MT presentation was 1 of 10 finalists for all of Auburn University.