Research Experience Opportunity (Responses) F'18
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TimestampProject Title: title up to 20 wordsProject Description: a brief description (maximum 100 words)Position Intended for: Intended Duration: please indicate duration or semesters/year during which the research project will be conducted, e.g., Fall 2018- Spring 2019 Minimum Requirements: please specify any GPA requirement and other requirements that are specific to the research projectQualifications: Specify standing for each opening (e.g. junior standing and above, seniors only, etc. for undergraduates or MS student)Advisor Name: Name of principal investigator of the laboratoryContact Information: please indicate an e-mail address to which students can apply
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9/5/2018 10:15:24Computer Assisted Tissue Engineering and Blood System BiologyThe research involves computational modeling of transport processes occurring in biological systems, such as cell migration assays and image clot formation in live animal vasculature. Laboratory work is also available for the more "hands-on" students. This involves fabrication of microfluidics devices, cell culturing, and microscopy. Finally, we also need equipment automation programming for those interested in electronics.Undergrad or MSAt least three semesters, Independent Study I or II GPA > 3.5, Minimum 12 h computational or lab work per weekSophomore or aboveRoman Voronovrvoronov@njit.edu
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9/5/2018 10:29:44Molecular Modeling of Fluid Adsorption in Templated Mesoporous CarbonsThree-dimensional ordered mesoporous (3DOm) carbons have unique
structure composed of connected spherical cages of several nanometers
wide. This structure makes them promising for a range of applications,
such as methane storage or electrodes in supercapacitors. Behavior of
fluids in 3DOm carbons is highly affected by the connections between
the pores. This project aims to investigate how the connections affect
adsorption of fluids in 3DOm carbons using Monte Carlo molecular
simulations.
Undergrad or MSFall 2018 - Fall 2019GPA > 3.5
Strong math and computer skills
Ability to work at least 10 hours/week
juniors and above or MS Gennady Gorgor@njit.edu
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9/5/2018 10:32:44Theoretical Predictions of Vapor Pressures for Low-Volatile Atmospheric CompoundsStudies of vapor condensation in the atmosphere and formation of
atmospheric aerosols is important for predicting climate and
understanding air pollution. One of the key parameters in this problem
is the saturated vapor pressures for the compounds present in the
atmosphere. Some of these compounds are very low-volatile, moreover
the vapor pressures for these compounds are hard to measure. The goal
of this project is to develop thermodynamic models to predict the
vapor pressures for these compounds theoretically.
Undergrad or MSFall 2018 - Fall 2019GPA > 3.5
Strong math and computer skills
Ability to work at least 10 hours/week
juniors and above or MSGennady Gorgor@njit.edu
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9/5/2018 13:51:25Computer Assisted Tissue Engineering and Blood System BiologyThe research involves computational modeling of transport processes occurring in biological systems, such as cell migration assays and image clot formation in live animal vasculature. Laboratory work is also available for the more "hands-on" students. This involves fabrication of microfluidics devices, cell culturing, and microscopy. Finally, we also need equipment automation programming for those interested in electronics.Undergrad or MSFall 2018-Spring 20193.5+Sophomore or aboveRoman Voronovrvoronov@njit.edu
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9/6/2018 14:51:21Thermophoresis in Colloids The project focuses on study of thermophoresis of colloids to use a thermal gradient for manipulation of micro and sub-microdmeter particles in space and terrestrial applications Undergrad or MSAt least three semesters, Independent Study I or II GPA>3.5 Minimum 12 hours hands-on lab work Junior standing and aboveProf. Boris Khusidkhusid@njit.edu
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9/6/2018 14:55:31Boiling of Dialectic Liquids in a Microfluidic DeviceThe project focuses on study on nucleate boiling on small heaters for cooling miniaturized electronic and photonic systems in space and terrestrial applications Undergrad or MSAt least three semesters, Independent Study I or IIGPA>3.5 Minimum 12 hours hands-on lab workJunior standing and aboveProf. Boris Khuisdkhusid@njit.edu
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9/6/2018 15:03:06Hollow fiber membrane-based continuous processes for API crystallizationWe have already demonstrated that hollow fiber membranes are useful for continuous crystallization processes. We would like to investigate such novel processes further. MS StudentStarting later in Fall 2018 until the end of Fall 2019 or earlier BS GPA 3.4 or aboveMS in Chemical Eng. or Pharmaceutical Eng.Prof. K. Sirkarsirkar@njit.edu
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9/7/2018 9:37:43Biodegradation of emerging contaminants with biologically active filtersIn this study, reaction kinetics will be investigated for unregulated contaminants using a biologically active filter.MS StudentFall 2018 - Spring 2019GPA > 3.5MS StudentLisa Axeaxe@njit.edu
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