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Alexander V. Neimark
Address: 98 Brett Road
  Department of Chemical/Biochemical Engineering
Room: C-wing
Phone: 732-445-0834
Email: aneimark AT rutgers.edu
 
Our research interests cover a broad spectrum of topics in statistical mechanics, thermodynamics and molecular simulation of nanoscale systems, characterization of porous materials, adsorption, interfacial flow and wetting, and other processes, which involve interactions of fluids and biomolecules with nanoporous materials.
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Graduate Student Work Featured in Symbolia Magazine

April 15, 2015

In late January-early February 2015, BME PhD student Maria Qadri had her research covered in a comic journalism feature for Symbolia Magazine. The series can be viewed publicly via the Pacific...
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Cardiovascular Engineering Lab Student Won American Society of Hypertension Young Investigator Award

April 11, 2015

The American Society of Hypertension (ASH) has announced that Timothy Phan from BME`s Cardiovascular Engineering Lab is a recipient of the 2015 Young Investigator Travel Award. Tim will present...
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Professor Roth to Receive One of the 2015 SoE Awards

April 10, 2015

BME/CBE Professor Charles Roth has been selected as the School of Engineering\'s (SoE) 2015 Outstanding Engineering Faculty Award recipient. This award recognizes the special achievements and contributions...
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Graduate Student Awarded Schlumberger Faculty for the Future Fellowship

April 08, 2015

BME graduate student, Ayesha Aijaz, has been awarded a 1-year, Schlumberger Foundation \"Faculty for the Future\" Fellowship to pursue PhD studies on developing a cell-based therapy for chronic...
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