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Martin Bazant

E. G. Roos (1944) Professor of Chemical Engineering and Professor of Mathematics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology

About Me

After a PhD in Physics at Harvard University (1997), Professor Bazant first joined the MIT faculty in Mathematics (1998) and then in Chemical Engineering (2008), where he currently serves as Executive Officer. His research combines mathematical theory with computation and experiments in electrochemical systems, electrokinetics, and transport phenomena. His honors and awards include the 2015 Alexander Kuznetsov Prize in Theoretical Electrochemistry, Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC), Fellow of the International Society of Electrochemistry, Global Climate and Energy Project Chair (Stanford), Paris Sciences Chair (ESPCI), Joliot Chair (ESPCI), and 2007 Brilliant Ten (Popular Science). He has given numerous keynote lectures, as well as the Lighthill Lecture in Applied Mathematics (IMA), Winchell Lecture in Materials Science (Purdue), and Corrsin Lecture in Fluid Dynamics (Johns Hopkins). He also consults extensively for industry and serves as the Chief Scientific Advisor for Saint Gobain Ceramics and Plastics, Northboro R&D Center. Connect:

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