Dr. Semih Eser, Professor of Energy and Geo-Environmental Engineering, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences
Semih Eser is a Professor of Energy and Geo-Environmental Engineering at Penn State University. He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Chemical Engineering from Middle East Technical University in Ankara, Turkey and his Ph.D. in Fuel Science from Penn State University. Professor Eser teaches courses on petroleum refining and energy engineering at John and Willie Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering and directs the Carbon Materials Program at the EMS Energy Institute at Penn State. He served the Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering as Associate Head and Acting Head. On the professional side, he has served as Program Chair, Chair, and Councilor in the Fuel Chemistry (now Energy and Fuels) Division of American Chemical Society and as member on the Advisory Committee of the American Carbon Society.
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