Massachusetts institute of Technology  Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Department of Chemical Engineering
Jensen Research Group
 Research Areas
  - Biology
  - Chemistry
  - Energy
  - Nanomaterials
    Synthesis

Klavs F. Jensen, Warren K. Lewis Professor of Chemical Engineering, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering
Klavs F. Jensen,
Department Head,
Warren K. Lewis Professor of Chemical Engineering, and Professor of Materials Science and Engineering
kfjensen@mit.edu
 
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Overview

Our research focuses on understanding and controlling the interaction of reaction and transport processes in the realization and testing of functional micro- and nano-structured materials and devices for chemical, biological, optical, electronic and energy applications.

For these applications, we are exploring a wide range of microfabricated systems with particular emphasis on systems for which microfabrication provides unique process advantages. We use physically based, detailed simulations of reactive systems, specifically simulation across multiple length and time scales, to complement experimental studies and gain new insight into the underlying basic physical and chemical rate processes.

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 Recent Publications

• ”A vector-free microfluidic platform for intracellular delivery,” PNAS early view 2013

• “An automated continuous-flow platform for the estimation of multistep reaction kinetics,” Org. Process Res. Dev., 16 (11) 1673-1876 (2012)

• “Microfluidic Continuous Seeded Crystallization: Extraction of Growth Kinetics and Impact of Impurity on Morphology,Cryst. Growth Design, 12(12), 6260–6266 (2012)

• “Hydrodynamics of Liquid-Liquid Dispersion in an Advanced-Flow Reactor,” Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 51(50), 16251–16262 (2012)

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Jensen Research Group, 77 Massachusetts Ave, Rm 66-342, Cambridge, MA 02139 | Tel: 617.253.4589 | Updated: December 5, 2013