December 5-7, 2018 Our lab members present their research at the Sustainable Packaging Symposium, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
1. Design and Optimization for Generation of Efficient Wastewater Treatment Networks – Sean Burnham
2. Framework for Solvent Recovery, Reuse, and Recycling in industries – Amanda Christon and Julia Reilly
3. Poster: Effective Design of Wastewater Treatment Systems under Regional Limitations and Influences – Amanda McCahill, Gabrielle Moskalow, Zachary Lubelski and Rohan Zia
November 7, 2018 John Chea joins the group as a Ph.D. student. Welcome!
November 1-2, 2018 Dr. Yenkie attends the workshop on Technical & Engineering Challenges of Addressing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
October 29, 2018 Our lab members present their research at the AIChE Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh, PA
1. (97a) Prediction of Optimal Chemotherapy Dosing Regimens: Balancing Tumor Degradation and Toxicity Effects. Ian Dunn
2. Design and Optimization for Generation of Efficient Wastewater Treatment Networks. Sean Burnham
3. (182o) Optimization in Cancer Therapeutics: Model Integration for Tumor Dynamics and Myelosuppression to Predict Chemotherapy Dosing Profiles. Kirti Yenkie
October 1, 2018 Our lab is awarded a research grant by the US EPA (the United States Environmental Protection Agency) to conduct research on solvent recovery, reuse, and recycling in industrial processes
September 1, 2018 Amit A. Dhundi joins the group as a Ph.D. student. Welcome!
Aug 19-22, 2018 Ian C. Dunn and Dr. Yenkie’s work presented in a technical poster session at the IFAC’s Nonlinear Model Predictive Control (NMPC) Conference in Madison, WI.
Aug 12-15, 2018 Dr. Yenkie delivers a talk at the ICOSSE (International Congress on Sustainability Science and Engineering), 2018 in Cincinnati, OH.
Aug 6-9, 2018 Dr. Yenkie attends the Chemours Process Safety Workshop for Faculty at Fayetteville, NC.
The Chemours Process Safety workshop was offered by the members of the Chemours Company and the AIChE’s CCPS (Center for Process Safety) division to faculty members to include process safety in engineering courses and overall curriculum.
Aug 1-3, 2018 Dr. Yenkie attends the NETI-1 (National Effective Teaching Institute) workshop offered by the ASEE (American Society for Engineering Education)
July 1-4, 2018 Dr. Yenkie visits the Pázmány Péter Catholic University in Budapest, Hungary for an invited talk and research collaboration
Dr. Yenkie is collaborating with Dr. Ferenc Friedler and Dr. Heriberto Cabezas for the research on design of efficient wastewater treatment networks using superstructure optimization and P-graph networks approach
June 22-23, 2018 Dr. Yenkie’s team wins the Inspira HealthHack Competition
Dr. Yenkie’s team was one of the three winners in the Inspira HealthHack Competition, 2018 that took place on the 22nd-23rd June in the South Jersey Tech Park. This was the first ever Health Hackathon organized by Inspira Healthcare and Rowan University which had about 60 participants from both the institutions. We had about 24 hours to form interdisciplinary teams and work on a research idea and present it to a Panel of Judges with expertise in Biotech/Pharma, Business Outreach, Public Relations and Entrepreneurship. Three teams were selected with the best idea and feasible implementation plans over the course of a year and were awarded $20,000 each to pursue those ideas. In our team, we had members from Cooper Medical School (Sangita Phadtare and Joshua DeSipio), Inspira (Sarah Graham), and Rowan’s Department of Management (Manuel Pontes) and Chemical Engineering (Kirti Yenkie). Our research pitch was on Management of a Chronic Disease by using Clinical Data, Mathematical Modeling, and Prediction of Customized Treatment Strategies.
June 19, 2018 Dr. Kirti M. Yenkie to deliver a PDH Seminar for the AIChE-DVS (Delaware Valley Section)
June 1, 2018 Our lab receives the 2018 Rowan University Seed Funding Award
This project is aimed at understanding chemotherapeutic cardiotoxicity in patients undergoing cancer treatment using a systems engineering approach. The concerns regarding the inferior quality of life and premature mortality in treated patients can be addressed with personalized treatment and long-term patient management strategies. Systems engineering methods such as data analysis, physiological modeling of cancer proliferation, tumor degradation, drug efficacy and cardiotoxic effects, machine learning for biomarker identification, and optimization for personalized treatment and palliative care can act as guidelines for medical practitioners to monitor cardiotoxicity and treat patients effectively.
April 7, 2018 Ian Dunn, from our lab wins first prize in the paper presentation competition at the AIChE’s Mid-Atlantic Student Regional Conference at Princeton University, NJ for his work on ‘Optimization in Cancer Chemotherapy Regimens’
Rowan students win the first (Ian Dunn) and second (Kayla Sweet) prize in paper presentation competition at the AIChE's Mid-Atlantic Student Regional Conference at Princeton University, NJ
April 6-7, 2018 Our students Ian Dunn, James Dailey and Sean Burnham presented their work at the AIChE’s Mid-Atlantic Student Regional Conference at Princeton University, NJ
April 4, 2018 Our students Sean Burnham and James Dailey presented their work at the ISPE New Jersey Chapter’s Student Poster Competition held at Bristol-Myers Squibb in New Brunswick, NJ
January 9-10, 2018 Dr. Yenkie gave a seminar at Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology (V.N.I.T.) and Laxminarayan Institute of Technology in Nagpur, India
November 14, 2017 American Institute of Chemical Engineers – Delaware Valley Section (AIChE-DVS) Student Poster Symposium at FMC Technologies, Philadelphia, PA
Our students presented posters at the Symposium: Sommer Vandergrift, Ian Dunn, and Matthew Schwenger, James Dailey, and Chaun Giddings
James Dailey and Chaun Giddings at the AIChE-DVS poster presentation event