Curriculum Vitae

Education

Northwestern University, Evanston, IL (Sep. 2016 – present)
Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering (4.00/4.00)
Advisors: Prof. Randall Q. Snurr, Prof. Justin M. Notestein

Tufts University, Medford, MA (Sep. 2011 – May 2015)
B.S. in Chemical Engineering, summa cum laude (3.91/4.00)


Honors & Awards

  • Ryan Fellowship, International Institute for Nanotechnology (2018-2021)
  • George Thodos Teaching Assistant Award, Northwestern University – Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering (2017)
  • National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship, U.S. Department of Defense (2017-2021)
  • Class of 1947 Victor Prather Prize for Research Excellence, Tufts University (2015)
  • Goldwater Scholarship (2014)
  • Tufts University Summer Research Scholarship (2014)
  • Outstanding Undergraduate Poster Presentation Award, 55th American Physical Society – Division of Plasma Physics Conference (2013)
  • National Undergraduate Fellowship, U.S. Department of Energy (2013)
  • Tau Beta Pi (2013)

Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. A.S. Rosen, J.M. Notestein, R.Q. Snurr. “Comprehensive Phase Diagrams of MoS2 Edge Sites Using Dispersion-Corrected DFT Free Energy Calculations.” J. Phys. Chem. C (2018).
  2. A.S. Rosen. “Correlations, trends and potential biases among publicly accessible web-based student evaluations of teaching: a large-scale study of RateMyProfessors.com data.” Assess. Eval. High. Educ. (2018).
  3. E.E. Dames, A.S. Rosen, B.W. Weber, C.W. Gao, C-J. Sung, and W.H. Green. “A Detailed Combined Experimental and Theoretical Study on Dimethyl Ether/Propane Blended Oxidation.” Combust. Flame (2016).
  4. A. S. Rosen, M.L. Reinke, J.E. Rice, A.E. Hubbard, and J.W. Hughes. “Validation of X-ray Line Ratios for Electron Temperature Determination in Tokamak Plasmas.” J. Phys. B (2014).

Presentations

  1. A.S. Rosen, J.M. Notestein, R.Q. Snurr. “Thermodynamic Stability and Kinetic Favorability of MoS2 Edge Sites for Alkane Dehydrogenation”. Catalysis Club of Chicago Symposium (2018)
  2. A.S. Rosen, P. Liao, H.A. Doan, M. Barona, R.B. Getman, R.Q. Snurr. “Computational Screening and Predictive Catalyst Design of Metal-Organic Frameworks for the Oxidation of Methane and Ethane”. Inorganometallic Catalyst Design Center Annual Meeting (2017).
  3. A.S. Rosen, S.L. Nauert, H.A. Doan, M. Barona, J.M. Notestein, and R.Q. Snurr. “DFT Study of Metal Oxide Nanoclusters for C-H Bond Activation.” SUNCAT Summer Institute: Fundamentals and Applications of Heterogeneous Catalysis (2017).
  4. A.S. Rosen. “Correlations, Trends, and Potential Biases among Publicly Accessible Web-Based Student Evaluations of Teaching.” 4th Northwestern Computational Research Day (2017).
  5. A.S. Rosen and H. Yi. “The Biofabrication and Analysis of 2D Self-Assembled Metal Nanoparticles.” Tufts University Summer Scholars Symposium Series (2014).
  6. A.S. Rosen, M.L Reinke, J.E. Rice, A.E. Hubbard, and J.W. Hughes. “Validation of X-ray Line Ratios for Electron Temperature Determination in Tokamak Plasmas.” 16th Tufts Undergraduate Research & Scholarship Symposium (2014).
  7. A.S. Rosen, M.L. Reinke, J.E. Rice, A.E. Hubbard, and J.W. Hughes. “Validation of X-ray Line Ratios for Electron Temperature Determination in Tokamak Plasmas.” 55th American Physical Society Division of Plasma Physics Conference (2013).

Teaching Experience

  • Winter 2018: Teaching assistant for Chem_Eng 404: Advanced Thermodynamics (Teaching Evaluation)
  • Spring 2017: Teaching assistant for Chem_Eng 212: Phase Equilibrium and Staged Separations (Teaching Evaluation)

Personal Projects

Chemical Engineering Review Website: Rosen Review

  • Created and run a website to explain undergraduate- and graduate-level STEM courses, with a focus on chemical engineering, via comprehensive review guides
  • Over 740,000 page views with visitors from 191 countries

Affiliations & Memberships

  • Catalysis Club of Chicago
  • American Chemical Society
  • Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
  • American Institute of Chemical Engineering
  • American Association for the Advancement of Science
  • Tau Beta Pi
  • The Order of the Engineer

Certifications

  • Fundamentals of Engineering Exam – Chemical (NCEES, License 24733)

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