Nanoscale Interfacial Engineering Lab
Martin F. Haase
Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering

There are still open positions for undergraduate and graduate researchers.
Send an email if you are interested.


Martin F. Haase, PhD
Rowan University
Department of Chemical Engineering
600 North Campus Drive
Glassboro, New Jersey 08028
haasem(at)rowan.edu
Tel.: 001 347 583 3508

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PhD candidate


Stephen Boakye-Ansah
Hometown: Kumasi, Ghana
Graduated from: Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology, Ghana (Bachelors degree) and Hanbat National University, South Korea (Masters degree)
Degree: Chemical Engineering
Interests: Reading, writing, philosophy
Research: Particle stabilized bicontinuous emulsions

Visiting Scientist


Lisa Tran
Hometown: East Hanover, NJ
Graduated from: New York University, University of Pennsylvania
Degree: Physics
Interests: Biking, reading, hiking
Research: Liquid crystal patterned nanoparticles
Homepage: https://sites.google.com/view/lisatran/home?authuser=0

Undergraduate researchers

Noah Hough
Hometown: Haddon Township, NJ
Graduation year: 2019
Major: Chemical Engineering
Interests: Reading, drawing, and exercising
Research: Oil spill remediation and hollow fiber membranes



Trevor Stebbins
Hometown: Mickleton, NJ
Graduation year: 2019
Major: Chemical Engineering
Interests: Videogames, movies, and dogs
Research: Stimuli-responsive microcapsules



Lab alumni

Robert Luigi Patterson
Hometown: Collegeville, PA
Graduation year: 2019
Major: Chemical Engineering
Interests: Ice Hockey, Golf, Live Music, DIY craft projects, a London girl, and science, science, science!
Research: Particle stabilized bicontinuous emulsions



Jonathan McAvoy
Hometown: Logan Township, NJ
Graduation year: 2019
Major: Chemical Engineering
Interests: Computer science, programming, and math.
Research: Particle stabilized emulsions



James Matthew Dailey
Hometown: Somerville, NJ
Graduation year: 2018
Major: Chemical Engineering
Interests: Ultimate Frisbee, swimming, chess.
Research: Separation Membranes



Kevin Henry Klingensmith
Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA
Graduation year: 2017
Major: Chemical Engineering
Interests: Ultimate frisbee, fencing, and reading
Research: Separation membranes



Vincent Livecchi
Hometown: Audubon, NJ
Graduation year: 2017
Major: Chemical Engineering
Interests: Technology, running, and horror movies
Research: In-situ mechanical testing of soft materials