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2014
Rajesh N. Davé, distinguished professor in the Department of Chemical, Biological and Pharmaceutical Engineering, will present “From Fundamental Research to Commercialization: NSF-Engineering Research Center on Structured Organic Particulate Systems (C-SOPS)” on April 14 at 2:45 p.m. in Kupfrian Hall, Room 210.  >>
2012
Following a successful research collaboration with NJIT, Catalent Pharma Solutions of Somerset has announced that it has exclusively licensed innovative taste-making technology developed by NJIT Distinguished Professor Rajesh Davé, who was the principal investigator of a research project funded by Catalent.  >>
2008
Judith Sheft, associate vice president for technology development at NJIT, has been awarded funds from the New Jersey Commission on Science and Technology to assist faculty researchers with the most promising patentable inventions with funding grants of up to $50,000.  >>
Rajesh N. Davé, PhD, a distinguished professor in the Otto H. York Department of Chemical, Biological & Pharmaceutical Engineering, received at NJIT's annual awards convocation, the NJIT Excellence in Research Award. >>
2006

KUDOS-September 2006

September 01, 2006
NJIT has promoted one faculty member to the rank of distinguished professor, six to the rank of professor and 13 to the rank of associate professor with tenure.

PROMOTED TO DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR

Rajesh Dave
Chemical Engineering

PROMOTED TO PROFESSOR

Asokan Anandarajan
Management Lisa Axe
Civil & Environmental Engineering Timothy Chang
Electrical & Computer Engineering Steven I-Jy Chien
Civil & Environmental Engineering Nancy Jackson
Chemistry & Environmental Science Burt Kimmelman
Humanities

PROMOTED TO ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR WITH TENURE

Tara Alvarez
Biomedical Engineering Treena Arinzeh
Biomedical Engineering Maurie Cohen
Chemistry & Environmental Science Christopher Funkhouser
Humanities Chengjun Liu
Computer Science Ronfang (Rachel) Liu
Civil & Environmental Engineering Neil Maher
Federated History David Mendonca
Information Systems Cyrill Muratov
Mathematical Sciences Vincent Oria
Computer Science Marguerite Schneider
Management Darius Sollohub
Architecture Jian Yang
Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering >>
2005

KUDOS - June 2005

June 01, 2005
Osseiran-Hanna Promoted to Assistant Vice President Khatmeh Osseiran-Hanna, Office of University Advancement, has been promoted to the position of Assistant Vice President/Senior Officer Major and Planned Giving. Previously she served as Director of Development. Professor Continues Tradition of Leadership in Architectural Design Computing Wassim Jabi, professor of architecture, has been elected president of the Association for Computer-Aided Design in Architecture (ACADIA), which is dedicated to promoting communication and critical thinking with respect to the use of computers in architecture, planning and building science. Research Paper Cited by Online Nanotechnology Publication Nano World News called special attention to the paper subsequently presented at  the 2005 Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show by NJIT researchers Rajesh Dave, Abhijit Gokhale, Boris Khusid and Robert Pfeffer: "Formation of Polymer Nanoparticles in Supercritical Fluid Jets." >>
2004
The following individuals will be honored at the annual University Awards Ceremony on October 6, 2004. Edward F. Weston Medal for Professional Achievement Herbert M. Iris '51 B.S.C.E. Harlan J. Perlis Award for Research Lev Krasnoperov Robert W. Van Houten Award for Excellence in Teaching Rajesh N. Dave Distinguished Alumni Achievement Medals James W. Dunn '67 B.S.E.E. John J. Mooney '60 M.S. Ch.E. Thomas M. Myrick '84 B.S.M.E. Paul A. Sarlo '92 B.S.C.E., '95 M.S.C.E. Peggy M. Tomasula '80 M.S. Ch.E., D.E.S.E.Sc. Teaching Excellence Awards John D. Carpinelli Janice Daniel Deran Hanesian Joseph Kisutcza Bernard Koplik John G. Lyssikatos Veljko Samardzic Murray Turoff Master Teacher Awards Ronald H. Rockland John D. Carpinelli Antonio P. DeSousa Santos Constance A. Murray Diversity Award Leslie K. Weisman Presidential Leadership Award Irini Bekhit Vishal Khubani >>
2003
Eight teachers at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) received Teaching Excellence Awards during the annual Fall Awards ceremony held last week at the university. >>
Drugs, food, cosmetics, ceramics, electronics, and specialty chemicals--these products and others are all made up of particles. Making those particles smaller can drastically and significantly affect the properties of such products, sometimes resulting in unique "added value" both to the particles and the end product.   Kicking off the first of an eight-lecture series sponsored by NJIT's mechanical engineering department, Prof. Rajesh N. Dave will speak on that topic September 24, from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Mechanical Engineering Center, Rm 224.  The title of his address is "Synthesis and Processing of Engineered Particulates."   As the director of the New Jersey Center for Engineered Particulates at NJIT, Dave is an expert on engineered particulates. The center's research is focused on producing three types of such engineered particulates. These are coated particles that have a layered or ordered structure, "designer" particles with controlled size or structure, and composite particles with a homogeneous structure.   A major focus of Dave's talk will be coated particles. Materials with relatively large particle size form a core, making them "host" particles. These "host" particles can then be mechanically coated with "guest" particles, of fine submicron size. No liquid of any kind, either solvents, binders, or water, is needed. Dave will review a number of different devices used to achieve dry particle coating, giving examples to illustrate how this approach can create materials with novel or enhanced properties. Using supercritical-fluid-based techniques, particles as small as 20 nanometers can be coated. Finally, Dave will discuss discrete-element-method-based modeling of these processes.   Dave received his undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology in Bombay and his master's and doctorate degrees from Utah State University. His NJIT research is supported through federal, state, and industrial awards totaling more than $7 million. >>