Ali Estejab smilesMy background: “I have both my bachelor’s and master’s degrees in chemical engineering. My research experience is mostly in the energy and environmental sector. My research area and interests are electrochemical engineering and separation techniques, which can be considered as a part of environmental engineering. My research tools are mostly based on computational science and methods as well as experimental techniques.” 

This fall I’m teaching: “I’m teaching a junior year course called Transport Phenomena. It is one of the core courses of the chemical engineering major. Also, I’m teaching thermodynamics to both mechanical and chemical engineering students.”

What students can expect from me: “Every student may expect their faculty to transfer their knowledge and experience. I am really excited to transfer those experiences, those things I know, to my students in order to help them manage their way toward their future, making it easier and smoother whether they want to go into industry or if they want to continue their studies.” 

What excites me about being here: “Plenty of curious, smart, and young minds who are listening to me to learn and make the world a better place for everyone.”

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