ExxonMobil Chemical European Science and Engineering Award for Jorge Gascon
Jorge Gascon received on 12 December 2013 the ExxonMobil Chemical European Science and Engineering Award for his outstanding contribution to the field of Separation Techniques and Separation Modeling in Petrochemistry, especially for his work on the engineering of Metal Organic Frameworks for gas separation. In 1989, ExxonMobil Chemical Europe launched the European Science & Engineering Programme (ESEP). The objective of ESEP is to promote scientific interactions between the company and European universities and research institutions. The bi-annual award is meant for researchers under their 40s working in a European institution.
In the picture, Jorge receives the award from Elisabeth Monard, Secretary-General of the Research Foundation – Flanders (FWO) and Pieter Gellings (ExxonMobil Chemical Europe), ESEP President.