Mistriotis Lab


Our lab is part of the Department of Chemical Engineering, at the Samuel Gin College of Engineering, Auburn University. We are located on the 1st floor of the Wilmore Laboratories.

pmistriotis@auburn.edu (334) 844-5457 Google Maps

Mailing Address

212 Ross Hall
Auburn AL, 36849

Samford Hall, located on College Street in Auburn, houses the University's administration.
Samford Hall, located on College Street in Auburn, houses the University’s administration.
Ross Hall, home to Auburn's Department of Chemical Engineering
Ross Hall, home to Auburn’s Department of Chemical Engineering

About Auburn University

Auburn University is a public research university in Auburn, Alabama. It has more than 30,000 undergraduate and graduate students and 1,330 faculty members and is classified as an “R1: Doctoral Universities - Very High Research Activity”. The 2021 edition of U.S. News & World Report ranks Auburn as tied for the 97th best national university overall in the U.S., tied for 40th among public universities. The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, ranks in the nation’s largest 20 engineering programs in terms of numbers of engineers graduating annually. In 2020, the college ranked 67th among all engineering programs. The Department of Chemical Engineering, ranks consistently among the top 60 in the nation.

Fun Facts

  • Auburn is the No. 1 university on Forbes magazine’s 2022 list of “America’s Best Employers for New Grads,” recognizing Auburn as a premier workplace.

  • Auburn ranked No. 15 out of 300 employers on the national list, rating ahead of worldwide companies, such as Google, Microsoft, American Express, Lockheed Martin and Delta Air Lines, to name a few.

  • In 2021, Auburn was ranked #10 by The Princeton Review’s list of happiest students on college campuses thanks in part to its wide variety of campus activities and events.

  • Auburn University’s sports teams known as the Tigers, have won a total of 21 intercollegiate national championships (including 17 NCAA Championships).

  • Some of the most prominent Auburn’s alumni include Apple’s CEO Tim Cook, Academy Award winner Octavia Spencer, Wikipedia Co-Founder Jimmy Wales, NBA star Charles Barkely and NASA astronaut Jim Voss.

  • Auburn University Tigers football team stadium, Jordan-Hare is the 10th largest is NCAA with a current seating capacity of 87,451 making it one of the most intimidating places to play.

  • The last foothill of the Appalachian Mountains lies in Chewacla State Park in southern Auburn.

  • Auburn is near many major cities: 60 miles from Montgomery, AL, 30 miles from Columbus, GA, and 100 miles from Atlanta, GA. The beach (Gulf of Mexico) is aprroximately 200 miles away.

  • Auburn University has its own airport, the Auburn University Regional Airport.