The Mork Family Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science Student Affairs team is working remotely. Here is how you can contact them. [Read more]
There was a strong turnout for the Mork Family Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science’s 14th annual symposium. [Read more]
The USC Viterbi student chapter of The American Institute of Chemical Engineers has been profiled by AIChE’s online publication ChEnected, discussing their freshman design challenge. [Read more]
The Mork Family Department of Chemical Engineering & Materials Science hosted its annual welcome event for new and returning students on September 13 2019, at 10:30am. [Read more]
Congratulations to the USC Student Chapter of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) for winning SPE’s 2018 Outstanding Student Chapter Award (OSC)! According to SPE, this award is the highest honor which the chapter earned for all the many exceptional accomplishments achieved this past year. All OSC recipients will be honored during the Student Awards Luncheon on Tuesday, September 25 … Read More
Congratulations to Research Professor Fred Aminzadeh on his honorary membership to the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG). According to SEG, honorary membership shall be conferred upon persons who, in the unanimous opinion of the Honors and Awards Committee and the Board of Directors, have made distinguished contributions, which warrants exceptional recognition, to exploration geophysics or a related field or to … Read More
Each year, Petroleum Engineering students at all levels (BS, MS, and PhD) participate in the Annual Student Paper Contest, sponsored by the Society of Petroleum Engineers during the Western Regional Meeting (SPE-WRM). The top rank in each category wins a free trip to the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (SPE-ATCE) to compete at the International Student Paper Contest. This … Read More
By Ahmed Mohamed In 2015, I graduated from University of Wyoming with a bachelor’s degree in Petroleum Engineering. Unfortunately, this was exactly when the industry downturn happened, and it was almost impossible to find a job back then. This was probably the worst timing ever to graduate with a petroleum engineering degree, and I even refer to the 2015 class … Read More
Professor George V. Chilingar was honored by the Minister of the Canal, Dr. Telémaco Talavera, who is also the President of Consejo Nacional de Universidades (CNU), for his involvement in building the canal through Nicaragua, which will be wider and deeper than the Panama Canal. Congratulations, Prof. Chilingar and Fight On!
The Mork Family Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science would like to wish Professor Emeritus George V. Chilingar a very happy 90th birthday! Best wishes to George and his family from all of us in MFD.
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