Professor Mayuresh Kothare has been appointed Chair of the Publication Committee of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), starting in November 2023. He succeeds the previous Committee Chair Prof. Mark Stadtherr (University of Texas, Austin) who stepped down in November 2023. 
The AIChE Publication Committee advances the publication, dissemination, and exchange of chemical engineering knowledge  in traditional and new media, and makes recommendations to the Chemical Engineering Technology Operating Council (CTOC) and the Institute's senior staff regarding issues such as (1) changes in the existing portfolio of publications and their editorial direction and management; (2) new vehicles for disseminating information; (3) new publication opportunities and topics of importance to the profession; (4) opportunities for partnership and collaborations in dissemination of technical information; and (5) ways of leveraging the Institute's archive of intellectual property to benefit members and the profession.
The Publication Committee has the primary responsibility of overseeing the operation of the following 6 archival peer reviewed journals of the AIChE jointly with publishing partner John Wiley & Sons: 
AIChE J.; 
Bioengineering & Translational Medicine; 
J. of Advanced Manufacturing and Processing; 
Biotechnology Progress; 
Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy; 
Process Safety Progress.  
Additionally, the Committee also provides oversight of AIChE's monthly magazine Chemical Engineering Progress; the Wiley Author Learning and Training Channel; AIChE sponsored books published through John Wiley & Sons; blogs, conference proceedings; newsletters and podcasts. 
The Committee is comprised of current and recent past editors of the AIChE sponsored journals, publication staff of John Wiley & Sons, AIChE staff members, and additional ad-hoc members from the Chemical Engineering community. 
AIChE is the world's leading organization for chemical engineering professionals, with more than 60,000 members across more than 110 countries.