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Bob Baldwin has extensive experience in catalysis, reaction engineering, biomass gasification, biomass liquefaction, upgrading of bio-oil, and advanced biofuels. 

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Principal Scientist—Thermochemical Process R&D and Biorefinery Analysis, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (2008–present)

Professor—Chemical Engineering Program (on secondment from NREL) , Masdar Institute of Science and Technology (2011–2013)

Professor and Saudi ARAMCO Chair—Chemical Engineering Department, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (2007–2008)

Professor and Program Director—Chemical Engineering Program, The Petroleum Institute in Abu Dhabi (2003–2007)

Professor of Chemical Engineering and Project Director, Colorado School of Mines, Petroleum Institute in Abu Dhabi (2000–2004)

Professor and Head—Chemical Engineering and Petroleum Refining Department, Colorado School of Mines (1990–2000)

Professor and Associate Dean of Engineering, Colorado School of Mines (1988–1989)

Professor—Chemical Engineering and Petroleum Refining Department, Colorado School of Mines (1985–1990)

Associate Professor—Chemical Engineering and Petroleum Refining Department, Colorado School of Mines (1980–1985)

Assistant Professor—Chemical Engineering and Petroleum Refining Department, Colorado School of Mines (1979–1980)

Faculty—Institute of Government and Public Affairs, U.S. Department of Energy Fossil Energy Program (1978–1979)

Assistant Professor—Chemical Engineering and Petroleum Refining Department, Colorado School of Mines (1976–1978)

Instructor—Chemical Engineering and Petroleum Refining Department, Colorado School of Mines (1975–1976) 

Education/Academic Qualification

PhD, Chemical Engineering, Colorado School of Mines

Master, Chemical Engineering, Iowa State University

Bachelor, Chemical Engineering, Iowa State University

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