The Richard S. H. Mah Lectures on Modeling and Computation in Chemical and Biological Engineering have been established through the generosity of the Mah family to honor the memory of Richard S. H. Mah and his contributions to Northwestern University, its Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, and the profession of chemical engineering. In particular, the lectures are meant to honor Mah's role as a champion of introducing digital computing into modern chemical engineering.
Each year a recognized leader in the field is invited to address topics that will cover diverse applications within the broad area of modeling and computation in chemical and biological engineering and will also appeal to individuals working in a wide range of disciplines.
Richard S. H. Mah Lectures
2012, Carol Hall, North Carolina State University
2011, Francis J. Doyle III, University of California, Santa Barbara
2010, Athanassios Z. Panagiotopoulos, Princeton University
2009, Matthew Neurock, University of Virginia
2008, Glenn H. Fredrickson, University of California, Santa Barbara
2007, Bernhard Ø. Palsson, University of California, San Diego
2006, John H. Seinfeld, California Institute of Technology
2005, James Wei, Princeton University