First, he was elected to the International Society for Electrostatic Precipitation (ISESP) Board of Directors.
Second, he was awarded best paper for his paper entitled, “Computational Modeling of Electrohydrodynamically-Influenced Mercury Adsorption within ESPs.”
Last but not least, he received the Harry J. White Award, which is “conferred on a young scientist or engineer who has made notable contribution as a researcher or teacher in the field of electrostatic precipitation technology,” according to the ISESP award website.
Please join CEE in congratulating Professor Clack on this outstanding achievement.