Frontiers in Chemical Engineering 2022 Awards
We are very happy to announce the Frontiers in Chemical Engineering Awards for its second edition.
These Awards are meant to highlight our editorial board and its members who have significantly contributed to the growth of Frontiers in Chemical Engineering by safeguarding the quality of the published articles, as well as by leading article collections to shape the future of the journal.
We are incredibly proud of our journal community; we want to express our gratitude for each member’s support in growing a robust journal regarding Chemical Engineering and helping us in our mission to make science open.
Many congratulations to our finalists and a big thank you to all our Editors!
Frontiers in Chemical Engineering – 2022 Outstanding Editors Awards
|Yan Li||Biochemical Engineering||Florida State University||associate editor|
|Jingwen Zhou||Biochemical Engineering||Jiangnan University||review editor|
|Florent Allais||Catalytic Engineering||AgroParisTech Institut des Sciences et Industries du Vivant et de L’environnement ||associate editor |
|Qineng Xia ||Catalytic Engineering ||Jiaxing University||review editor |
|Juan Gabriel Segovia Hernandez ||Separation Processes||University of Guanajuato||associate editor |
|Emma Kendrick ||Electrochemical Engineering||University of Birmingham||associate editor |
|Luis Fernando Arenas||Electrochemical Engineering||Clausthal University of Technology||review editor |
|Stefania Specchia||Chemical Reaction Engineering||Polytechnic University of Turin||review editor |
|Rosa Turco||Chemical Reaction Engineering||University of Naples Federico II||associate editor |
|Costas Tsouris||Sustainable Process Engineering||Oak Ridge National Laboratory||associate editor |
|Aditya Kumar||Surface and Interface Engineering||Indian Institute of Technology Dhanbad||associate editor |
|Priya Varshney||Surface and Interface Engineering||National Institute of Technology Rourkela||review editor |
|Adele Brunetti||Separation Processes||National Research Council (CNR)||associate editor |
|Mohammad Younas||Separation Processes||University of Engineering & Technology Peshawar||review editor |
|Jonathan McDonough||Microfluidic Engineering and Process Intensification||Newcastle University||review editor |
|Kun-Yi Lin||Environmental Chemical Engineering||National Chung Hsing University||associate editor |
Additionally, this year we also decided to give visibility to the articles from Frontiers in Chemical Engineering that reached the highest impact in 2022. We are so proud to have given a home to these high-quality publications.
We decided to award the highest impact, based on views, downloads and citations, for both review articles and original research. Furthermore, we offer a specific award for the article that managed to reach a more general audience, distinguishing for its ‘influence and impact’, on social media and news articles.
Many congratulations to our finalists and thank you to all the Authors that contributed to our Journal!
Frontiers in Chemical Engineering – 2022 Impact Awards, Original Research
|Membrane Processes for Direct Carbon Dioxide Capture From Air: Possibilities and Limitations||Separation Processes||C. Castel |
Frontiers in Chemical Engineering – 2022 Impact Awards, Review
|A Review of Stochastic Programming Methods for Optimization of Process Systems Under Uncertainty||Computational Methods in Chemical Engineering||C. Li |
I. E. Grossman
Frontiers in Chemical Engineering – 2022 Influence and Impact Awards
|Chloride Salt Purification by Reaction With Thionyl Chloride Vapors to Remove Oxygen, Oxygenated Compounds, and Hydroxides||Sustainable Process Engineering||J. McFarlane |
G. D. Del Cul
J. R. Massengale
R. T. Mayes
K. R. Robb