Fateme Rezaei
Fateme Rezaei
Assistant Professor, Missouri University of Science & Technology

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Biography
I'm currently an assistant professor of Chemical Engineering at Missouri S&T. I do research on novel materials and processes for various gas separation applications.The overall goal of my research is to address challenges related to energy and climate change. As part of my job, I enjoy interacting with bright students and educating them to become future engineers.
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  • Isabel, Pakistan asked Fateme Rezaei, Missouri University of Science & Technology

    Added Monday, May 23, 2016 at 12:32 AM

    Hello Rezaei, I am a final year instrumentation student. I applied for my masters in electrical engineering and got offered from four universities. I aspire to have a career in the biomedical field. I am confused between two universities. Missouri University of Science and Technology and Wayne State University. Going by the ranking and course strength, Missouri stands way ahead of Wayne. But after inquiring, I found that Missouri doesn't provide courses in the area of biomedical engineering. ...
    Related to Bioengineering/Biomedical, Choosing a School, Graduate School
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    Fateme Rezaei, Missouri University of Science & Technology
    Answered Monday, May 23, 2016 at 12:32 AM
    Hello Isabel,
    
    As far as I know, Missouri S&T has just started offering a Biomedical Engineering Minor degree to undergraduate students. If you decide to come to Missouri S&T, you may be able to take some of the courses offered through this minor ...
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  • Emily, Cleveland

    Added Tuesday, May 17, 2016 at 2:10 PM

    I am currently pursuing dual BSE in chemical engineering and macromolecular engineering. I am also a chemical engineering co-op for a company that I really enjoy. I have been told that a MS or PhD isn't really necessary in chemical engineering but can be in polymers engineering. I would love to get an advanced degree in polymers, but I do not want to ruin my chances of working for this great company. Possible places that I would be looking to study are Northwestern, MIT, Caltech, UCSB, UCB, and ...
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    Fateme Rezaei, Missouri University of Science & Technology
    Answered Tuesday, May 17, 2016 at 2:10 PM
    Dear Emily,
    
    To answer your question, I start by saying that different institutions have different admission regulations, but in general, GPA and undergraduate research experience (specially having published articles) are among the most important ...
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