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报告人：Professor Gregory Stephanopoulos(美国工程院院士，世界著名代谢工程学家)
Department of Chemical Engineering, MIT, Cambridge, MA 02139
题目：The vision of a sustainable bioeconomy in an era of $50 oil
Dr. Gregory Stephanopoulos简介：
Dr. Gregory Stephanopoulos is currently the W.H. Dow Professor of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology at MIT and Instructor of Bioengineering at Harvard Medical School (1997-). He received his degrees in Chemical Engineering from the national technical University of Athens (BS, 1973) and the University of Minnesota (PhD, 1978). He taught at Caltech (1978-85) before joining MIT in 1985. His research interest focuses on metabolic engineering, the engineering of microbes for the production of fuels and chemicals. He has co-authored or –edited 5 books, more than 380 papers and 50 patents and supervised more than 110 graduate and post-doctoral students. He is presently the editor-in-chief of Metabolic Engineering and serves on the Editorial Boards of 7 scientific journals and the Advisory Boards of 5 ChE departments. He has delivered more than 25 named lectures and been recognized with numerous awards (Dreyfus, Excellence in Teaching-Caltech, AIChE Technical Achievement Award, PYI, AIChE-FPBE Division Award, M.J. Johnson Award of ACS, Merck Award in Metabolic Engineering, the R.H. Wilhelm Award in Chemical Reaction Engineering of AIChE, Amgen Award in Biochemical Engineering). In 2002 he was elected to the AIChE Board of Directors, in 2003 to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) and in 2005 was awarded the doctor technices honoris causa by the Technical University of Denmark. In 2007 he won the C. Thom Award from SIM and the Founders Award from AIChE, and in 2010 the ACS E.V. Murphree Award and the George Washington Carver Award form BIO. Other awards include the Eni prize (2011), Siegfried Prize (University of Zurich, 2012), election as Corresponding Member of the Academy of Athens (2011), John Fritz Medal (AAES, 2013) and the William H. Walker (AIChE, 2014). Professor Stephanopoulos has taught undergraduate and graduate courses of the core of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology at Caltech and MIT and co-authored the first textbook on Metabolic Engineering. He is presently directing a research group of approximately 25 researchers at MIT.