Mario R. Eden

Auburn University, USA


Dr. Mario Eden is the Joe T. and Billie Carole McMillan Professor and Department Chair in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Auburn University. His main areas of expertise include process design, integration and optimization, as well as molecular synthesis and product design. Dr. Eden received his M.Sc. (1999) and Ph.D. (2003) degrees from the Technical University of Denmark, both in Chemical Engineering. He has been an active member of the process systems engineering community for more than 10 years. He currently serves on the editorial boards for Chemical Process and Product Modeling and the Journal of Engineering, the advisory board for the Computer Aided Process Engineering Center (CAPEC), and is a member of the International Energy Agency Annex IX on Energy Efficient Separation Systems. Dr. Eden’s research has generated 77 refereed papers/book chapters and resulted in over 225 presentations at national and international meetings, including invited keynote lectures at the 2006 Danish Chemical Engineering Conference, the 2006 AIChE Annual Meeting,and the 2009 Process Systems Engineering Conference. Dr. Eden is the recipient of the National Science Foundation CAREER award (2006), the Auburn Engineering Alumni Council Junior Faculty Research Award (2006), the William F. Walker Superior Teaching Award (2007), the Fred H. Pumphrey Teaching Award for Excellence (2009 and 2011), the SGA Award for Outstanding Faculty Member in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering (2009 and 2011), the Outstanding Faculty Member in the Department of Chemical Engineering (2009, 2011, and 2013), and the Auburn Engineering Alumni Council Senior Faculty Research Award (2012). At the 2009 Foundations of Computer Aided Process Design (FOCAPD) meeting, he was honored with the Best Faculty Contribution Award. Finally, Dr. Eden was selected to participate in the 2010 National Academy of Engineering Frontiers of Engineering Education Symposium.

Biography Updated on 12 August 2012

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