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Kalyon wins Thomas Baron Award in Fluid-Particle Systems
Date:10/28/2008

HOBOKEN, N.J. Dr. Dilhan Kalyon, Professor of Chemical Engineering and Director of the Highly Filled Materials Institute at Stevens Institute of Technology, has won the AIChE's Thomas Baron Award in Fluid-Particle Systems. The award, sponsored by Shell Global Solutions, Inc., recognizes an individual's outstanding scientific/technical accomplishment which has made a significant impact in the field of fluid-particle systems or in a related field with potential for cross-fertilization.

Selection criteria include an outstanding contribution advancing fluid-particle systems, or a related field. The awardee is invited to deliver a Plenary Lecture at an AIChE Annual Meeting session and the awardee is also required to submit a written manuscript.


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Stevens Institute of Technology
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