Norman W. Loney is professor and chair of the Otto H. York Department of Chemical, Biological and Pharmaceutical Engineering at New Jersey Institute of Technology. His current research interests include mathematical modeling of chemical and biological processes (drug delivery, dialysis, rheological behavior of whole blood, etc.).
He has served as associate chair for Undergraduate Studies at NJIT and associate editor of Chemical Product and Process Modeling
. He has authored or co-authored more than 64 publications and presentations relating to the use of applied mathematics in chemical engineering since joining the Department of Chemical Engineering in 1991. His most outstanding publication is the textbook: Applied Mathematical Methods for Chemical Engineers
(2nd Ed.) published by Taylor & Francis, which has been adopted by nine schools and is sold in 25 countries.
Loney has been awarded several certificates of recognition from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the American Society for Engineering Education for research contributions. He received the Excellence in Teaching Award from Newark College of Engineering in 2007.
Prior to joining NJIT, Loney, a licensed professional engineer, practiced engineering at Foster Wheeler, M.W. Kellogg Company, Oxirane Chemical Company, and Exxon Chemical Company.
Topics: mathematical modeling of chemical and biological processes, applied mathematics in chemical engineering
Last update: April 15, 2011