Future of Cyber Assisted Chemical Engineering Education
Beaver Run Resort, Breckenridge, CO - CACHE 50TH 2019
July 19 - 20, 2019

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Invited Young Faculty

Invited young faculty will present posters and provide brief oral presentations reporting innovations in the development of educational media, exploring novel ways of organizing student-instructor interactions to enhance learning, and experimenting with alternative knowledge delivery modes.

Jason Bara
University of Alabama

Mobile Apps and Analytics - Insights into the "Big Picture" of Chemical Engineering

Bryan Boudouris
Purdue University

Implementation of Cyber-Assisted Education in Introductory and Graduate-level Chemical Engineering Courses

Fani Boukouvala
Georgia Institute of Technology

Preparing the New Generation of Chemical Engineers to be Citizen Data-scientists through a New Course on Data-driven Decision-making

Selen Cremaschi
Auburn University

Teaching Our Students How to Deal with Uncertainty in a Data-Rich Environments

Alexander Dowling
University of Notre Dame

Toward Integrating Python Throughout the Chemical Engineering Curricula: Using Google Colaboratory in the Classroom

Helen Durand
Wayne State University

A Chemical Engineering Framework for Control System Cybersecurity

Ashlee Ford Versypt
Oklahoma State University

Graphical User Interfaces as Chemical Engineering Educational Tools in University and Informal Learning Environments

Federico Galvanin
University College London

The Role of Advanced Process Simulation in Teaching Chemical Engineering Classes at UCL

Rachel Getman
Clemson University

Illustrating Molecular-Level Phenomena and Molecular Simulation Techniques with Commonly Used Software

Johannes Hachmann
University at Buffalo - SUNY

Computational and Data Science Education in Chemical Engineering

Joseph Kwon
Texas A&M University

Integrating Deep Learning and Data Science into Hydraulic Fracturing

Andrew Paluch
Miami University

Improving Student Education with Open Educational Resources

Robert Pantazes
Auburn University

The Future of User-Friendly Biological Design Programs in the Undergraduate Chemical Engineering Curriculum

Zachary Ulissi
Carnegie Mellon University

Enabling Data Science Methods for Catalyst Design and Discovery

Jonathan Verrett
University of British Columbia

Educational Innovation using Open Educational Resources

Roman Voronov
New Jersey Institute of Technology

Lessons Learned from Renovation of NJIT’s Chemical Engineering Curriculum through an Infusion of Computation and Multiphysics Modeling

Bin Wang
University of Oklahoma

Gaining Atomic and Molecular Level Insights into Chemical Engineering Principles at Different Degree Levels

Kirti Yenkie
Rowan University

Enhanced Undergraduate Learning through Integration of Theory and Computational Tools

Victor Zavala
University of Wisconsin - Madison

Optimization in Chemical and Biological Engineering using Julia

Conference Organization
Rex Reklaitis
Purdue University
Wayne Bequette
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
CACHE President
Conference Information Center
Robin Craven
Conference Manager