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Martin A. Abraham - Professor of Chemical Engineering and Founding Dean of the College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics at YSU

Martin A. Abraham, P.E., received his B.S. in chemical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and his Ph.D. from the University of Delaware.

Dr. Abraham joined Youngstown State University as Professor of Chemical Engineering and Founding Dean of the College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics in July 2007, after serving as Professor and Dean of the College of Graduate Studies at the University of Toledo.

The STEM College is committed to providing programs of excellence in engineering, technology, physical and biological sciences, computer and information sciences, and mathematics. The mission of the College is to deliver integrated programs of excellence to an engaged learning community.

In addition to his duties as Dean, Dr. Abraham maintains an active research program in advanced energy and sustainability, with recent work on fuel reforming for the production of hydrogen and CO2 capture.

He has over 70 refereed publications and over 100 technical presentations in the area of green engineering and sustainability. He has supervised 26 Master's students, 12 PhD graduates, and three visiting scientists and post-doctoral students.

He currently serves on the Boards of the TechBelt Energy Innovation Center, Youngstown Business Incubator and the Children's Center for Science and Technology of the Mahoning Valley.

He is the editor for the American Institute of Chemical Engineer's quarterly, Environmental Progress and Sustainable Energy.

He is a Fellow of the American Chemical Society, a Councilor for the Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Division, and past-Chair for the Committee on Environmental Improvement.

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