Author Archives: Emily Mazeau

Welcome, Chris Blais!

We are pleased to welcome Chris Blais to the CoMoChEng group for a PhD!

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Congratulations, Krishna, for winning a CRE travel award!

Krishna Sirumalla won the Catalysis and Reaction Engineering Division travel award to attend the 2019 AICHE annual meeting in Orlando, Fl, where he will present three talks: Message Passing Attention Networks for Reaction Rate Estimation, Autonomous Systems for Experimental and Data-Driven Modeling of Combustion Kinetics, and An Automated Management Framework for High Fidelity Quantum Chemistry […]

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Congratulations, Priyanka!

Priyanka successfully defended her master’s thesis, titled, “Development of RMG-Electrocat for Electrochemical Kinetic Analysis of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells.”  She will go on work as a Senior Consultant at Navigant!

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Posters at the 37th International Symposium on Combustion

Three posters were presented by Dr. Richard West at the 37th International Symposium on Combustion in Dublin, Ireland: Introducing a workflow for improving kinetic models: a case study using butanol, AutoTST: A framework to perform automated transition state theory calculations, Developing a community of practice for implementation of combustion concepts in undergraduate courses.

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Krishna attends a Full Stack Deep Learning workshop

Second year PhD student Krishna Sirumalla was one of 150 people selected from a pool of 3000 applicants to attend a Full Stack Deep Learning workshop at the University of California, Berkeley, this summer. He is using machine learning to predict properties of molecules and reactions, and will be using what he learns at the […]

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Boston Academic Researchers Symposium

The Boston Academic Researchers Symposium is a Chemical Engineering conference organized by Northeastern University Department of Chemical Engineering’s graduate student council, which took place today at Northeastern University.  Researches from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard University, Boston University, Tufts University, and the University of Massachusetts at Boston were present. Nate Harms presented a poster on AutoTST, like the […]

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Congratulations, Rasha!

Rasha Atwi has successfully defended her master’s thesis on July, 17th 2018 titled “A Kinetic Study of the Formation of Nitrogen Heterocycles During Hydrothermal Liquefaction of Micro-algae.” She will be going on to pursue a PhD at Tuft’s University!

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CEFRC Summer School

Graduate students Emily, David, Krishna, and Nate attended the Combustion Energy Frontier Research Center’s (CEFRC) Combustion Summer School, held at Princeton University, from June 24-29, 2018.

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Welcome Chikpezili Ajulu!

We are pleased to welcome Chikpezili (Zil) Ajulu (M.S) from mechanical engineering to the CoMoChEng group!

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MLSE Conference

The Machine Learning in Science and Engineering (MLSE) conference took place in Pittsburgh, PA, from June 6-8, 2018 where Krishna and Dr. Richard West presented “Unsupervised machine learning for data-driven representations of reactions.”

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