New Jersey Center for MicroChemical Systems
About the Center
Since its foundation in 2002, the New Jersey Center for MicroChemical Systems (NJCMCS) has provided a nationally unique research frontier for exploring microreactor and microfluidic technologies with our industry and government collaborators.
- Microreactor systems for just-in-time production of chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and biofuel
- Microfluidic systems for nanomaterial self-assembly and for studying bacteria and host cell interactions with biomaterials.
Prof. Adeniyi Lawal
Research Interest: Chemical Process Intensification in Microreactors, Process Simulation & Design, Mathematical Modeling of Transport Processes
Prof. Woo Lee
Research Interest: Microfluidics, Self-Assembly, Bacteria-Biomaterial Interactions
Collaborators and Sponsors