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ChE Associate Professor Steve Lustig was awarded a $275k grant by the Army Research Laboratory in continued funding for the development of novel chemical monomers and polymerization methods for 2D polymers.
CEE Assistant Professor Loretta Fernandez and ChE Associate Professor Steve Lustig provide insights into what combination of materials and fits make the best face masks.
ChE PhD Graduate Student Jiaming Xu co-authored a paper with ChE Associate Professor Francisco Hung and Associate Professor Steve Lustig titled “Power generation from waste heat: Ionic liquid‐based absorption cycle versus organic Rankine cycle” which was published in the AIChE Journal.
CEE Associate Professor Loretta Fernandez and Assistant Professor Amy Mueller are examining the best fit, while ChE Associate Professor Steve Lustig is determining the best combinations of materials for the most effective mask to protect against COVID-19.
ChE Associate Professor Steve Lustig and Professor Ming Su’s research on “Effectiveness of Common Fabrics to Block Aqueous Aerosols of Virus-like Nanoparticles” was published in the American Chemical Society journal.
Instead of writing on a board, ChE Associate Professor Steve Lustig projects equations he writes on his iPad Pro, allowing him to interact better with his students. Source: News @ Northeastern Steve Lustig is never going back to chalk. Several years ago, the associate professor of chemical engineering ditched the classroom staple in favor of […]
Chemical Engineering PhD student and member of the Lustig Lab, Michael Ploch has begun a six-month research internship at the Army Research Lab (ARL) at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD. As part of Associate Professor Steve Lustig’s continued collaboration with the ARL, Ploch is currently studying the mechanics of Kevlar® fibers. The first part of Ploch’s project […]
Information Technology Services will host the third annual Teaching & Technology Expo (TEXPO) on April 25, 2017. TEXPO celebrates how technology can support teaching, learning, and research. Prof. Steve Lustig will speak during a panel titled “Digital Presentation Tools for Natural Interactions”. Moderator John Patota from ITS will lead an engaging discussion over different options […]
ChE Associate Professor Steve Lustig will speak during a panel titled “Digital Presentation Tools for Natural Interactions” at the third annual Teaching & Technology Expo (TEXPO).