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2013 Impact Factor:
AIChE Journal is pleased to announce its 2013 Impact Factor has increased to 2.581!
2014 Release of Journal Citation Reports®
Source: Thomson Reuters 2013 Citation Data
In the September issue, Professor Joe Qin from the University of Southern California provides his perspective on how big data is changing the face of process operations and control. This article addresses recent developments in data analytics from other applications and disciplines that could be applied chemical process operations. He describes the challenges and opportunities of extracting, interpreting and exploiting these data, often in real time, to improve the process.
NEW - AIChE Letters
The AIChE Journal now publishes “AIChE Letters”. These letters report on high impact findings that can be communicated in an abbreviated manuscript.
Read the first published AIChE Letter:
Graphene and other carbon sorbents for selective adsorption of thiophene from liquid fuel
Lifeng Wang, Ralph T. Yang, Chia-Liang Sun
Learn more about AIChE Letters
The April issue is the second Founders Tribute, which recognizes Professor R. Byron Bird, a modern renaissance man, a superb educator, intellectual leader, and scholar. Professor Bird, who is currently an Emeritus Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is a renowned expert in polymer rheology and fluid mechanics spanning the molecular to process scales. Bird had contributed enormously to chemical engineering science, with particular emphasis in fluid dynamics, transport phenomena, kinetic theory of polymers, and the rheology of polymeric liquids. He is also co-author of “Transport Phenomena” with his colleagues Professors W. Stewart and E. Lightfoot. This book helped to usher in the chemical engineering science era with its focus on the microscopic origins of momentum, mass, and heat transport, laying the foundations of multi-scale modeling. The issue starts off with a retrospective on Professor Bird’s contributions, authored Professor Bob Armstrong (MIT). This rest of the tribute contains contributions from Bird’s former colleagues, students, academic offspring, collaborators, and other distinguished scholars. The issue conveys the respect and admiration of Professor Bird’s scholarly impressions on the chemical engineering profession.
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