Alejandro Rey


Department of Chemical Engineering

 

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Professor - Department of Chemical Engineering
James McGill Chair
FRSC UK, FAPS


Wong Building, Rm 4100 [Map]
3610 rue University Montreal Quebec Canada
Montreal, Quebec
H3A 0C5
 
 
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PhD University of California at Berkeley
BEng City University of New York

 

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Professor Rey, FRSC, FAPS, James McGill Professor of Chemical Engineering, is an executive member of the McGill Advanced Materials Institute, a member of the McGill Center for Nonlinear Dynamics in Physiology and Medicine, the McGill Center for Self-Assembled Chemical Structures, the NSF-Engineering Research Center for Advanced Fibers and Films at Clemson University and the Director of the McGill Materials Modeling Research Group. In 2013, he was an Isaac Newton Institute of Mathematics (INI) Visiting Fellow, Cambridge UK; twice a César Milstein Fellow (2012 & 2009) Argentina; and the 2006 Olaf A. Hougen Visiting Professor in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison. His research interests include computational material science of structural and functional materials, thermodynamics and interfacial science of soft matter, biological materials, biological polymer processing and liquid crystal physics.