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Manousiouthakis voted professor of the year:
Prof. Manousiouthakis voted 2018 Professor of the Year by the UCLA AICHE student group.

Best Paper Award Recognition
The research paper titled "Process intensification of reactive separator networks through the IDEAS conceptual framework"published in Computers and Chemical Engineering – Volume 105, October 2017, Pages 39-55, and co-authored by Flavio Eduardo de Cruz, and Vasilios I. Manousiouthakis,has been selected as a joint winner for the Computers and Chemical Engineering 2017 Best Paper Award.

Presentation at MIT:
Manousiouthakis, V.I., “PSE as the modern Euryphaessa in guiding humans past Prometheus’ paradigm and the Climate Change tautology”, 2040 Visions of Process Systems Engineering, 06-01-2017
Link to Video

Recipient of AIChE Sustainable Engineering Forum Research Excellence in Sustainable Engineering Award, 2014

LA ASME May 2014 Presentation:
"Hydrogen Economy: Maybe Not; Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars: Should be Yes"
, May 15th, 2014, 6:30pm
LA Metropolitan Water District Building
Presented by: Dr. Vasilios Manousiouthakis
Link to event page and presentation abstract

Seminars inChemical and Biomolecular Engineering:

"The Rollercoaster Ride of Natural Gas as a Chemical Industry Fuel and Feedstock", March 19th, 2014, 4:00pm 


Presented by: Dr. Jeff Siirola
Link to event page and seminar abstract


Professor Manousiouthakis was awarded the Lawrence K. Cecil Award in Environmental Chemical Engineering at the 2010 Annual AIChE Meeting, November 2010

Prof. Manousiouthakis was presented with the Lawrence K. Cecil Award in Environmental Chemical Engineering of the AIChE Environmental Divison at the 2010 Annual AIChE Meeting in Salt Lake City. This award recognizes…

Hercules, in the fifth Labor, aided by Athena, diverts a river to clean the Augean stables in a single day.

Using hydrogen for fuel is a clean technology which produces water as a by-product.

To the left: Olympia Augean Stables Metope, Olympia Archaeological Museum, Greece.