Milorad P Dudukovic, chemical engineering professor at Washington University has been named 2009 winner of the E V Murphree Award in Industrial and Engineering Chemistry. The Saint Louis Section had previously recognized Dr Dudukovic withy the 1995 Saint Louis Award.
The Murphree Award is sponsored by ExxonMobil Research and Engineering. Dr Dudukovic was cited for his work in “developing practical new methods to quantify multiscale kinetic-transport interactions and new models and experimental tools to study multiphase reactor systems….”
In addition to his ground-breaking technical achievements, he is proud to have won the “engineering professor of the year” designation five times at Washington University. The University conferred the 1994 Founders’ Day Award on Dudukovic in recognition of his teaching and research.