Carol K. Hall (PI)

Camille Dreyfus Distinguished University Professor
National Academy of Engineering (2005)

Office: 2024 Engineering Building 1, North Carolina State University
Phone: 919-515-3571


B. A. Physics, Cornell University, 1967
Ph. D. Physics, Stony Brook University, 1972
Postdoctoral Training, Chemistry, Cornell University, 1973-1976


Focus Areas

Statistical Thermodynamics and Computer Simulation, Soft Materials, Protein Aggregation, Peptide Design

Honors & Awards

Rheinstein Outstanding Young Faculty Award, Princeton University, 1979
Recipient of the Warner-Lambert University of Michigan Women in Science Program Lectureship, 1989
North Carolina State University Alumni Association Outstanding Research Award, 1992
North Carolina State University Alcoa Foundation Distinguished Engineering Research Award, 1994
North Carolina State University Alumni Association Distinguished Graduate Professorship Award, 1998
Elected Fellow American Institute Chemical Engineers, 2001
North Carolina State University R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Award for Excellence in Teaching, Research and Extension, 2004
Elected to National Academy of Engineering, 2005
Appointed Camille Dreyfus Distinguished University Professor, 2006
AICHE Institute Lecturer, 2006
Elected Fellow, American Physical Society, Biophysics Division, 2007
Listed in “One Hundred Engineers of the Modern Era” for significant contributions to the profession and society, as part of the AIChE Centennial Celebration, 2008
Elected to Board of Directors, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 2009
FOMMS 2015 Medal (to honor “profound and lasting contribution by one or more individuals to the development of computational methods and their application to the field of molecular-based modeling and simulation)
AIChE Founders Award, 2015, for outstanding contributions to the field

Named Lectures (last 10 years)

Julian C. Smith Lecturer, Chemical Engineering, Cornell University, 2008
John C, and Florence W Holtz Lecturer, Chemical Engineering Johns Hopkins University, 2008
Inaugural Schlumberger Lecturer, Chemical Engineering Department, University of Alberta, 2008
William G. Lowrie Distinguished Lecturer, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Ohio State University, 2008
William N.  Lacey Lecturer, Chemical Engineering Department, California Institute of Technology, 2009
Kelly Lecturer, School of Chemical Engineering, Purdue University, 2009
Alumni Lecturer, University of Massachusetts, 2009
Donald Katz Lecturer, University of Michigan, 2010
Academy of Chemical Engineers Lecturer, Missouri Institute of Technology, 2010
Joe Mauk Smith Lecturer, University of California Davis, 2010
Inaugural Centennial Lecturer, University of Alabama, 2010
Artie McFerrin Lecturer, Texas A & M University, 2011
Reilly Lecturer, University of Notre Dame, 2011
Janice Lumpkin Memorial Lecturer, University Maryland Baltimore County, 2011
Cockrell School of Engineering Lecturer, April 2012
Richard H S Ma Memorial Lecturer, Northwestern University, November 2012
John R and Donna S Hall Engineering Lecturer, Vanderbilt University, 2014
Research Day Lecturer, Florida State University/ Florida A&M University College of Engineering, April 2015
Keynote Lecturer, Bioengineering Symposium, University of New Hampshire, 2015
Keynote Lecturer, REU SMART Symposium, Tulane University, 2016
Ken Nobe Founders Lecturer, UCLA, January 2017