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Department of Biomedical Engineering Residential Place

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323 Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.

NJ, USA 07901

Newark, New Jersey, USA 07102

Email

am3296@njit.edu

Tel

+1 856 553 5371

Accepted to I-Corps Northeast Hub Regional Program (NJIT-Princeton)

Congratulations to Hoda! She and Dr. Miri are accepted into Cohort 2 of the I-Corps Northeast Hub Regional program (the team got $3,000 for customer discovery).  I-Corps can be a great step forward in the commercialization journey. We are open to learning the methodology, committing to the process, and working as a team to make the most of the I-Corps experience.

Date: March 26, 2022

Abstract Accepted in 2022 Spring ASEE Middle Atlantic Section Conference

Congratualte Elvan and Roshni! The abstract submitted to the 2022 ASEE Mid Atlantic Section Spring Meeting for a poster is accepted. The conference will be held on April 22-23, 2022.

https://sites.asee.org/middleatlantic/#:~:text=April%2022%2D23%2C%202022

Date: 03/28/2022

Review Article Just Published in ACS Biomaterial Science and Engineering

Congratulate Elvan! Our review article with Dr. Ionov with the title of “Digital Light Processing Bioprinting Advances for Microtissue Models” is now available in ACS Biomaterial Science and Engineering. Digital light processing (DLP) bioprinting has been widely introduced as a fast and robust biofabrication method in tissue engineering. In this review, we present a summary of DLP fundamentals with a focus on bioink properties, photoinitiator selection, and light characteristics in resolution of bioprinted constructs. A simple guideline is provided for bioengineers interested in using DLP platforms and customizing technical specifications for its design. The literature review reveals the promising future of DLP bioprinting for disease modeling and biofabrication.

Publication Date: March 31, 2022

https://doi.org/10.1021/acsbiomaterials.1c01509   © 2022 American Chemical Society

Machine Design Fall 2020

Course Description:
This course introduces students to machine design. It deals with the design and selection of machine elements
such as shafts, couplings, bearings, gears, springs, screws and fasteners. Significant emphasis will be placed
upon stress analysis and failure theories. Laboratory experience will include computer simulation and
analysis. Design experience will be integrated throughout the curriculum and culminate in a design project.
4 credit hours.

Dynamics Spring 2021

Course Description:
This course is designed to provide the student with a clear and thorough demonstration of the theory and
applications of engineering mechanics (Dynamics). Dynamics is the branch of mechanics which deals with
the motion of bodies under the action of forces. The material covered in this course is crucial to subsequent
courses in the mechanical engineering curricula.

Biomechanics Fall 2021

Course Description:
This course is designed to provide the student with a clear and thorough demonstration of the theory and
applications of engineering mechanics to human body. Biomechanics is studied in a diverse set of disciplines
including biology, engineering, physiology, medicine, and human movement science. The study of
biomechanics has seen a growing interest as people wish to avoid injury, design ergonomic workspace, design
prosthetics and improve human performance. This course will provide you with the principles for analyzing
human movement and the basic understanding to work with those in other fields to solve problems in
biomechanics.