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Rowan University - Chemical Engineering and Industry OPPORTUNITIES FOR PARTNERSHIPS C. Stewart Slater Professor Rowan University - Chemical Engineering and Industry OPPORTUNITIES FOR PARTNERSHIPS C. Stewart Slater Professor and Chair Department of Chemical Engineering Fall 2000

Rowan Engineering • • Four basic degree programs – – Chemical Civil Electrical & Rowan Engineering • • Four basic degree programs – – Chemical Civil Electrical & Computer Mechanical Highly selective students – 1250 SAT, Top 15% • • • 450 undergraduates Master of Science program Aid in economic development of region

Curricular Features • • Project based curriculum Teamwork approach to problem solving Communication skills Curricular Features • • Project based curriculum Teamwork approach to problem solving Communication skills Hands-on laboratories Modern computer tools Safety and environmental issues Economics/business Industrial partnerships All of these are integrated throughout the curriculum and are best represented in our Rowan Engineering Clinics

Rowan Engineering Clinics • Freshman Clinic – Measurements – Teamwork – Problem solving • Rowan Engineering Clinics • Freshman Clinic – Measurements – Teamwork – Problem solving • Sophomore Clinic – Multidisciplinary design – Communication skills

Junior and Senior Clinics • • • Projects vary in scope and complexity Applied Junior and Senior Clinics • • • Projects vary in scope and complexity Applied research, development, design Involve multiple disciplines – Engineering, Science, Business • • • Industry mentorship Typical length: 1 year Base sponsorship level: $10 K/semester

Student Placement Class of 2000 INDUSTRY ACADEMIC Johnson Matthey - 2 Univ. Delaware Algroup Student Placement Class of 2000 INDUSTRY ACADEMIC Johnson Matthey - 2 Univ. Delaware Algroup Wheaton Univ. Massachusetts Best Buy Management Virginia Tech Du. Pont Rowan - 4 Campbell Soup Co. Lucent Merck

Student Achievements • • First Class - May 2000 1 st Place in the Student Achievements • • First Class - May 2000 1 st Place in the National AICh. E Environmental Engineering Team Competition • Best Undergraduate Presentation and Poster at the annual UNI-TECH Student Conference. • 2000 Zeisberg award from Delaware Valley section of AICh. E for outstanding student design report. • 2000 Mid-Atlantic Section – Student Paper Competition Winner

Chemical Engineering Facilities • • • Henry M. Rowan Hall - $28 M 95, Chemical Engineering Facilities • • • Henry M. Rowan Hall - $28 M 95, 000 sq. ft. Laboratory modules that serve a wide variety of research and educational needs Bench and pilot-scale systems representing different areas of process engineering Analytical instrumentation Computer hardware and software

Selected equipment holding of Chemical Engineering utilized in teaching and research activities Liquid-Liquid Extraction Selected equipment holding of Chemical Engineering utilized in teaching and research activities Liquid-Liquid Extraction Column Climbing Film Evaporator

Fluidized Bed Multiphase Mixing Fluidized Bed Multiphase Mixing

Ultrafiltration/ Microfiltration System Reverse Osmosis System Ultrafiltration/ Microfiltration System Reverse Osmosis System

Electrodialysis Membrane System Pervaporation Membrane System Electrodialysis Membrane System Pervaporation Membrane System

HPLC Fermentation HPLC Fermentation

 Catalytic Reactor System with FTIR Tubular Flow and CSTR Systems Catalytic Reactor System with FTIR Tubular Flow and CSTR Systems

 Specialty Chemical Pilot Plant Packed Columns for Gas-Liq Absorption Specialty Chemical Pilot Plant Packed Columns for Gas-Liq Absorption

Computer-controlled Distillation Column Computer-controlled Distillation Column

Chemical Engineering Faculty Capabilities • • • Recognized teacher-scholars Active in professional societies Grants Chemical Engineering Faculty Capabilities • • • Recognized teacher-scholars Active in professional societies Grants from major federal agencies – NSF, DOE, EPA, etc. • • Experience with industrial projects National award recognition – 4 Dow Outstanding Faculty Awards – George Westinghouse Award – Chester Carlson Award – Du. Pont Young Faculty Fellowship

Kevin D. Dahm (Ph. D. MIT) Assistant Professor • • • Mechanistic modeling of Kevin D. Dahm (Ph. D. MIT) Assistant Professor • • • Mechanistic modeling of complex reacting systems Development of software for chemical process modeling in traditional and emerging fields MODELLA Theoretical treatment of diffuse reflectance data Experimental design Novel process modeling, analysis and control Shakespearean actor, playwright and director

Dianne Dorland (Ph. D. West Virginia Univ. ) Dean of Engineering and Professor • Dianne Dorland (Ph. D. West Virginia Univ. ) Dean of Engineering and Professor • • • Hazardous waste management Process development Engineering management/administration Educational research and methods development International folk dance, blueberry farmer

Stephanie Farrell (Ph. D. NJIT) Associate Professor • • Development and modeling of controlled Stephanie Farrell (Ph. D. NJIT) Associate Professor • • Development and modeling of controlled release systems Membrane separations – Ultrafiltration, microfiltration, electrodialysis • • Liquid membranes and hollow fiber separations Biochemical processing Educational research / methods development Egyptologist

Robert P. Hesketh (Ph. D. Delaware) • • • Professor Reactor design - kinetics Robert P. Hesketh (Ph. D. Delaware) • • • Professor Reactor design - kinetics and catalysis Separations – fluid/ particle separations – extraction, distillation – membrane separations - ultra/microfiltration, electrodialysis – hybrid ceramic membrane-reactors Multiphase flow and mixing Specialty chemical pilot plant development Laboratory methods for visualization of chemical engineering practice and principles Cello playing and orienteering

Example Clinic Project • • • Sponsor: Johnson-Matthey, Inc. Topic: Evaluation of novel separation Example Clinic Project • • • Sponsor: Johnson-Matthey, Inc. Topic: Evaluation of novel separation process for the recovery of precious metals from process streams Length: 2 semesters Student team: 3 Ch. E & 1 Chemist Cost: $30 K Intellectual property rights: Flexible

Example Clinic Project (con’t) • • • Sample outcomes – Literature review – Critical Example Clinic Project (con’t) • • • Sample outcomes – Literature review – Critical analysis of vendor capabilities – Experimental testing – Modeling and verification – Economic process analysis Student lab results were used to predict pilot plant performance in England, and this was verified Faculty and students have continued at local plant over summer

Kathryn A. Hollar (Ph. D. Cornell) Assistant Professor • • • Biochemical engineering: – Kathryn A. Hollar (Ph. D. Cornell) Assistant Professor • • • Biochemical engineering: – bioprocess design – pharmaceutical production – food processing – consumer products – bioconversion – sterile processing, etc. Fermentation and downstream separations process research and development Dual degree in English Literature and Ch. E

Zenaida Otero Gephardt (Ph. D. Delaware) Associate Professor • • • Statistical process analysis Zenaida Otero Gephardt (Ph. D. Delaware) Associate Professor • • • Statistical process analysis and experimental design in the chemical industry Multiphase processing Supercritical fluid extraction Electrophotographic particle flow and processing Educational research and methods development

James A. Newell (Ph. D. Clemson) Associate Professor • • Novel materials properties and James A. Newell (Ph. D. Clemson) Associate Professor • • Novel materials properties and performance Novel uses for high-performance polymers Tensile and compressive failure modeling in polymers Silicon carbide fiber and composite production Outcomes assessment in engineering Educational research/methods development Stock investing

Mariano J. Savelski (Ph. D. Oklahoma) Assistant Professor • • “Green chemistry” - environmentally Mariano J. Savelski (Ph. D. Oklahoma) Assistant Professor • • “Green chemistry” - environmentally benign manufacturing - R&D for pollution prevention Wastewater minimization, reuse and recovery Food process technology Design of heat and mass exchanger networks Design of alternate chemical pathways Computer process simulation and optimization HAZOP and safety analysis Physical fitness / weight training

C. Stewart Slater (Ph. D. Rutgers) Professor and Chair • Membrane process R&D: pervaporation, C. Stewart Slater (Ph. D. Rutgers) Professor and Chair • Membrane process R&D: pervaporation, reverse osmosis, ultrafiltration, microfiltration, gas separation and novel membranes • • • Biochemical/pharmaceutical/food engineering purification processes Specialty chemical purification processes Wastewater minimization: reuse and recovery Novel educational methods in separation science and technology Horticulturist

Potential Interactions • • Undergraduate student internships Full-time hiring Clinic projects Faculty consulting/ Summer Potential Interactions • • Undergraduate student internships Full-time hiring Clinic projects Faculty consulting/ Summer employment Rowan Masters program Technology transfer, workshops Industrial seminars, Plant Design “consultants”, Adjunct, etc.

South Jersey Technology Center at Rowan University • • NJ Commission on Science and South Jersey Technology Center at Rowan University • • NJ Commission on Science and Technology sponsored facility Administered by the College of Engineering through Rowan Foundation Advanced technology projects Business incubator for start-ups

Rowan University, Department of Chemical Engineering, 201 Mullica Hill Road, Glassboro, NJ 08028, Tel: Rowan University, Department of Chemical Engineering, 201 Mullica Hill Road, Glassboro, NJ 08028, Tel: 856 -256 -5310, Fax: 856 -256 -5242 C. Stewart Slater, Professor and Chair 856 -256 -5312, [email protected] edu Kevin D. Dahm, Assistant Professor 856 -256 -5318, [email protected] edu Stephanie Farrell, Associate Professor Dianne Dorland, Dean and Professor of Chemical Engineering 856 -256 -5300, [email protected] edu 856 -256 -5315, [email protected] edu Robert P. Hesketh, Professor 856 -256 -5313, [email protected] edu Kathryn A. Hollar, Assistant Professor 856 -256 -5348, [email protected] edu Marvin L. Harris, Process Technician 856 -256 -5319, [email protected] edu Zenaida Otero Gephardt, Associate Professor 856 -256 -5314, [email protected] edu James A. Newell, Associate Professor 856 -256 -5316, [email protected] edu Mariano J. Savelski, Assistant Professor 856 -256 -5317, [email protected] edu Catherine Barrett, Secretary 856 -256 -5310, [email protected] edu