Junior and Senior Clinic

Junior and Senior Clinic

Junior / Senior Engineering Clinics in ChE

Junior and Senior Clinic is four consecutive semesters where students have the opportunity to choose a project they are interested in. Students can change their project each semester or stay on the same one for several years. This unique program provides students with real world experience in solving real problems that companies and engineers face every day. In many of these projects, students work closely with outside companies in industry to help them solve issues and create innovative ideas that have never been tackled before. Students are using their years of training to work with organizations and research teams which will help them make that transition from education to a industrial and or researched based setting. These projects tend to be very hands-on and get students working in the lab with researchers and other engineers. When these clinic projects are running and you witness over 100 teams working together, it is a very exciting time to be in the College of Engineering at Rowan University. 

Check out the full 2019-2020 Clinic Showcase Booklet HERE

 

Chemical Engineering Clinic Projects 2019-2020

# Project Title Project Manager(s) Sponsor(s)
1 Agitator Power and Torque in Mixing Dr. Robert P. Hesketh and
Dr. Arthur E. Etchells III
North American Mixing Forum
2 Bio-based Flame Retardants Dr. Joseph Stanzione and
Dr. Kousaalya Bakthavatchalam
U.S. Department of Defense -
Army Research Laboratory
3 Bio-based Polybenzoxazines Dr. Joseph Stanzione and Alexandra Chong U.S. Department of Defense -
Army Research Laboratory
4 Characterization and Scale-up of an Electrochemical Reactor Dr. R. P. Hesketh, Dr. G. Thompson, Dr. C.S. Slater PürGrow
5 Chemical Process Instrumentation Heritage Dr. C. Stewart Slater External Private Donor
6 Cold Spray - Micron-Sized Thermoplastic Particles Team Dr. J. Stanzione, Dr. F.Haase, and T. Bacha U.S. Department of Defense -
Army Research Laboratory
7 Cold Spray - Micron-Sized Thermoset Particles Team Dr. J. Stanzione, Dr. F. Haas, and
M. Schwenger
U.S. Department of Defense -
Army Research Laboratory
8 Design of Electrochemical Power Source Dr. Robert P. Hesketh Team Funded
9 Extraction, Migration, and Survival of Cells from IVD Tissue Dr. Gary Thompson Faculty Research
10 Optimizing Pipeline Flushing Operations for ExxonMobil LOBP Dr. K. M. Yenkie, Dr. R. P. Hesketh, and Dr. C. S. Slater ExxonMobil, Paulsboro, NJ
11 Predictive Analytics for Irritable Bowel Syndrome Diagnosis & Management Dr. Kirti M. Yenkie Inspira Healthcare
12 Process Design and Analytics for Unit Operations Dr. Z. Otero Gephardt, PE Department Funded
13 Smart Tissue Dr. I. Noshadi, Dr. A. Masoumi, and V. Krishnadoss NJ Health Foundation,
National Science Foundation
14 Solvent Recovery Roadmap for Industries Dr. K. M. Yenkie, Dr. C. S. Slater, and Dr. M. J. Savelski U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
15 Sustainable Membrane Separations for Coffee Extract Processing Dr. C. Stewart Slater and
Dr. Michael Vincent O. Laurio
Nestlé USA and
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
16 Switching Off Breast Cancer Dr. Gary Thompson Faculty Research
17 Systematic Synthesis and Design of Wastewater Treatment Networks Dr. Kirti M. Yenkie Faculty Research
18 Tissue Engineering with Electrophoresis Dr. Gary Thompson Faculty Research
19 Replacement and Repair of the Nucleus Pulposus with an Injectable Hydrogel Dr. Thomas Christiani Faculty Research
20 Replacement and Repair of the Annulus Fibrosus with an Implantable Scaffold Dr. Thomas Christiani Faculty Research
21 Brain Tumor Treating Fields Dr. Gary Thompson Faculty Research
22 Modeling Heat Transfer for Food Safety Dr. Gary Thompson Faculty Research