The student chapter of UB CBE’s AIChE has a mission is to assist undergraduate students to prepare for the real world by fostering connections with future employers. They do so by presenting a speaker series where students can visit with and learn from UB CBE alums, and they can go on local company plant tours each month.
The AIChE student chapter also attends the national and regional AIChE conferences, competes in the Cheme-E car competition, and hosts social events to again connect students and colleagues, along with professional development workshops to ready participants for their future career.
Interested undergraduates can join the club by contacting:
Events schedule Spring 2016:
• Flying Bison Brewery Tour on Saturday April 16th at 1pm, sign up by April 8th to guarantee a spot at and make carpooling easier, contact email@example.com if you need to sign up later than that or have any questions.
• AIChE BBQ on Sunday April 24th at 12pm in Chestnut Park, purchase tickets in advance at the SBI Ticket Office for $11 until April 15th.
• AIChE Annual Banquet on Friday May 6th at 7pm at Pearl Street Grill & Brewery, purchase tickets in advance at SBI Ticket Office for $20 for students until April 8th. Tickets go up to $25 from April 9th through April 15th, which is the last day to purchase them. A bus will be provided from North Campus to the event downtown.
Oct 28, 2015 visit to Unifrax for plant tour:
Hiking to the Eternal Flame:
Figure1. AIChE accompannied by Dr. Hachmann from the Chemical and Biological Engineering Department hiking to the Eternal Flame.
Figure 2. Climbing the Eternal Flame
Dr. Swihart will receive the 2013 Jacob F. Schoellkopf Medal, from the WNY section of the American Chemical Society for his fundamental discoveries in the field of nanoparticle synthesis and processing.
Molecular engineering of novel membrane materials for gas and vapor separations, such as CO2 capture from power plant syngas and flue gas, natural gas purifications, olefin/paraffin separations, and so on.
David Kofke and Andrew Schultz awarded for development of the etomica modules, a community-developed suite of interactive simulations helping students understand molecular origins of macroscopic behaviors. >>
Computational simulation of template-assisted self-assembly of magnetic core-shell nanoparticles into a tapered hexagonal closed-packed multilayed structure compared with corresponding image taken from the literature.