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Emily Chang

Emily Chang
Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering

E-mail: epchang@alum.mit.edu
Phone: 617.253.8182

Education:
Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, MIT (2013)
M.S. in Chemical Engineering Practice, MIT (2009)
B.S.E. in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Univ. of Pennsylvania (2007)

Research Summary:
Synthesis and applications of functional nanoparticles

Publications and Presentations:

Chang, E.P., Braatz, R.D. and Hatton, T.A., Pervaporation of Emulsion Droplets for the Templated Assembly of Spherical Particles: A Population Balance Model, AIChE Journal (2013), 59(10), 3975-3985.

Chang, E.P., Braatz, R.D. and Hatton, T.A., Controlled Emulsion Droplet Solvent Evaporation for Particle Production. Poster presented as part of the ECI Association in Solution III, Self Assembly: From Bio-Colloids to Nano-Engineering conference, Bifröst University, Iceland, 23-27 July, 2012.

Bromberg, L., Klichko, Y., Chang, E.P., Speakman, S.A., Straut, C., Wilusz, E. and Hatton, T.A., Alkylaminopyridine-Modified Aluminum Aminoterephthalate Metal-Organic Frameworks as Components of Reactive Self-Detoxifying Materials, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces (2012), 4(9), 4592-4602.

Chang, E.P. and Hatton T.A., Membrane Emulsification and Solvent Pervaporation Processes for the Continuous Synthesis of Functional Magnetic and Janus Nanobeads, Langmuir (2012), 28(25), 9748-9758.

Trout, B.L., Hatton, T.A., Chang, E.P., Evans, J.M.B., Mascia, S., Kim, W., Slaughter, R.R., Du, Y., Dhamankar, H.H., Forward, K.M., Rutledge, G.C., Wang, M., Myerson, A.S., Brettmann, B.K., Padhye, N., Chun, J., “Layer Processing for Pharmaceuticals,” U.S. Patent Application No. 13/458,222 (2012).

Bromberg, L.E., Chang, E.P. and Hatton, T.A., "Core-Shell Magnetic Particles and Related Methods," U.S. Patent Application 0135080 (2012).

Bromberg, L., Chang, E.P., Hatton, T.A., Concheiro, A., Magariños, B., Alvarez-Lorenzo, C., Bactericidal Core-Shell Paramagnetic Nanoparticles Functionalized with Polyl(hexamethylene biguanide), Langmuir (2011), 27(1), 420-429.

Chang, E.P., Bromberg, L., Suh, S.K. and Hatton, T.A., Silica-Encapsulated Magnetite Nanoclusters as a Platform for Functional Core-Shell Particles. AIChE Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City (UT), USA, November 7-12, 2010.

Bromberg, L., Chen, L., Chang, E., Wang, S. and Hatton, T.A., Reactive Silver and Cobalt Nanoparticles Modified with Fatty Acid Ligands Functionalized by Imidazole Derivatives, Chemistry of Materials (2010), 22(18), 5383-5391.

Bromberg, L., Chang, E.P., Alvarez-Lorenzo, C., Magariños, B., Concheiro, A., Hatton, T.A., Binding of Functionalized Paramagnetic Nanoparticles to Bacterial Lipopolysaccharides and DNA, Langmuir (2010), 26(11), 8829-8835.

 

 

 

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