Chemical and Biological Engineering
Faculty Mentors: Randall Snurr & Justin Notestein
Andrew Rosen received his B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Tufts University in 2015. His research is currently focused on using high-throughput computational methods to screen a novel class of highly porous and tunable materials known as metal−organic frameworks (MOFs). The main goals of his research are to identify design rules and predict promising MOF candidates for the catalytic upgrading of natural gas resources.
- S.L. Nauert; Rosen, A.S.; Kim, H.; Snurr, R.Q.; Stair, P.C.; Notestein, J.M., “Evidence for Copper Dimers in Low-Loaded CuOx/SiO2 Catalysts for Cyclohexane Oxidative Dehydrogenation,” ACS Catal., 2018, 9775−9789.
- Rosen, A.S.; Notestein, J.M.; Snurr, R.Q., “Comprehensive Phase Diagrams of MoS2 Edge Sites Using Dispersion-Corrected DFT Free Energy Calculations,” J. Phys. Chem. C., 2018, 15318−15329.
- Rosen, A.S., “Correlations, Trends, and Potential Biases among Publicly Accessible Web-based Student Evaluations of Teaching,” Assess. Eval. High. Ed., 2018, 31−44.
- Dames, E.E.; Rosen, A.S.; Weber, B.W.; Gao, C.W.; Sung, C-J.; Green, W.H., “A Detailed Combined Experimental and Theoretical Study on Dimethyl Ether/Propane Blended Oxidation,” Combust. Flame, 2016, 310−330.
- Rosen, A.S.; Reinke, M.L.; Rice, J.E.; Hubbard, A.E.; Hughes, J.W., “Validation of X-ray Line Ratios for Electron Temperature Determination in Tokamak Plasmas,” J. Phys. B., 2014,105701.