Alexander V. Neimark
Distinguished Professor of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering at Rutgers University, USA.
Dr. Alexander V. Neimark is a Distinguished Professor of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering at Rutgers University. He received his doctor of science degree at the Moscow State University, and then worked at the Institute of Physical Chemistry of Russian Academy of Sciences in the Department of Adsorption headed by Mikhail Dubinin. Prior to joining Rutgers in 2006, he served as Research Director of the Center for Modeling and Characterization of Nanoporous Materials at TRI/Princeton in 1996-2006, and held visiting positions at Mainz University (Germany), CNRS (France), and Yale University (USA). He is a recipient of many national and international awards and honored appointments, including Guggenheim Fellow, Blaise Pascal International Chair, Humboldt Fellow, Fellow of American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Distinguished Visiting Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, and Leverhulme Professorship.
Dr. Neimark research interests include thermodynamics, statistical mechanics, and molecular modeling of adsorption phenomena and characterization of nanoporous materials. He published 250+ scientific papers, named a highly cited scientist by ICI, citation index h=62.