Systems engineering approaches to understand the impact of engineered and environmental stresses on bacteria life cycles with applications in health, ecology, water, and wastewater treatment.
- PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2018
- A.-A.D. Jones III, G. Mi, T.J. Webster, A Status Report on FDA Approval of Medical Devices Containing Nanostructured Materials, Trends in Biotechnology, 37(2), 2019, 117-120
- A.-A.D. Jones III, C.R. Buie, Continuous Shear Stress Alters Metabolism, Mass-Transport, and Growth in Electroactive Biofilms Independent of Surface substrate Transport, Scientific Reports, 9(1), 2019, 2602
- Q. Wang, A.-A. Jones III, J. Garlnick, L. Lin, C.R. Buie, Microfluidic Dielectrophoresis Illuminates the Relationship Between Microbial Cell Envelope Polarizability and Electrochemical Activity, Science Advances, 5(1), 2019, eaat5664
- A.-A.D. Jones III, Z. Xie, T.J. Webster, Multiscale Synthetic Approaches to Improve Cell-Biomaterial Interaction for Translational Medicine, Current Opinions in Biomedical Engineering, 10, 2019, 89-96
- A.-A.D. Jones III, A.D. Jones Jr., Numerical Simulation of a Single-Wafer Atomic Layer Deposition Process, Materials Science and Semiconductor Processing, 21, 2014, 82-90
Aug 05, 2020
ChE Assistant Professor A-Andrew D. Jones, III received a $10k grant titled “Enabling a Lab-On-A-Faucet” from the Sloan Scholars Mentoring Network of the Social Science Research Council with funds provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
Dec 05, 2019
ChE Assistant Professor Andrew Jones has received a Mutual Mentoring Advancement Program (M2AP) award for 2019-2020 to develop “An agile management team in systems and environmental research.”
Aug 29, 2019
Andrew Jones joins the Chemical Engineering department in August 2019 as an Assistant Professor.
May 24, 2018
ChE & MIE Future Faculty Fellow A-Andrew Jones received a Young Investigator Award from the Montana State University’s Center for Biofilm Engineering for his doctoral work entitled “Shear stress mediates metabolism and growth in electroactive biofilms”.