Presentations
  1. Voronov, R., Basuray, S., Obuskovic, G., Simon, L., Barat, R.B and Bilgili, E. (2016), Statistical analysis of undergraduate ChE curricula of U.S. Universities, AIChE Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Nov 13-18, 2016, Ref. Number: 610b.
  2. Simon, L. and Ospina, J. (2016), Dynamics of an electrochemical biosensor for the detection of toxic substances in water, SPIE Proceedings, April 17-21.
  3. Simon, L. and Ospina, J. (2015), Dynamic analysis and performance evaluation of the BIAcore surface plasmon resonance biosensor, SPIE Proceedings, April 20-24.
  4. Simon, L. (2014), Development of a web-based computing platform to teach controlled- release technology, ASEE Middle Atlantic Section Fall 2014 Conference, November 14-15.
  5. Simon, L. (2014), Active laboratory-based learning strategies applied to biotransport, 6th Annual Frontiers of Engineering Education (FOEE) Symposium, October 26-29.
  6. Stukel, J.; Thompson, S.; Simon, L.; Willits, R.K. (2013), Experimental release and analytical modeling of release from degradable poly(ethylene glycol) microgels, BMES Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington, September 25-28.
  7. Simon, L. (2012), The Notion of an effective time constant to assess the performance
    of controlled-release devices
    , Center for Dermal Research Seminar Series, NJCBM, Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey, February 27.
  8. Abdelmalek, B. and Simon, L. (2011), Engineering and design of skin penetration enhancers using a QSAR modeling framework, Summer 2011 Research Symposium, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ, July 28.
  9. Dutta, S. and Simon, L. (2011), Dynamics of molecular transport through dialysis tubing, Summer 2011 Research Symposium, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ, July 28.
  10. Simon, L. (2011), Dynamics and Control of Biological Systems For Chemical Engineering Students, The ASEE Middle Atlantic Section Conference, Farmingdale State College, SUNY, April 29-30.
  11. Arafat, K. and Simon, L. (2011), Development of drug delivery protocols based on well-stirred vessel experiments, 13th Annual Salute to Engineering Excellence, New Jersey Institute of Technology, NJ, March 24.
  12. Simon, L. and Kanneganti, K. (2011), Teaching pharmacokinetics from well-stirred vessel experiments, ISPE NJIT Chapter Presentation Series, New Jersey Institute of Technology, NJ, February 16.
  13. Mitchell, Taran F.; Fernandez, Erik J.; Chalmers, Jeffrey; Good, Theresa; Prince, Michael J.; Simon, Laurent; O'Connell, John; Komives, Claire F. (2010), Novel resource for chemical engineering faculty and undergraduate students interested in biotechnology: Bioengineering Educational Materials Bank, 239th ACS National Meeting, San Francisco, CA, United States, March 21-25.

  14. Simon, L. (2009), Introduction of Biological Applications in Process Dynamics and Control Courses, AIChE Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN, Nov 8-13, 2009, Ref. Number: 397d.
  15. Armenante, P. and Simon, L. (2009), Development of New Curriculum in Pharmaceutical Bioprocessing: a Novel Educational Area in Pharmaceutical Engineering, AIChE Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN, Nov 8-13, 2009, Ref. Number: 478f.
  16. Simon, L. (2009), Optimal design strategies for enhanced transdermal drug delivery devices, 5th Modern Drug Discovery and Development Summit (M3D), The US Grant San Diego,San Diego, CA, October 14-16.
  17. Simon, L. (2009), Mathematical modeling and simulations in the design of drug delivery devices, Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation, East Hanover, NJ, July 22.
  18. Kim, K.S. and Simon, L. (2009), Design of a heat-aided transdermal drug-delivery system, 2009 ISPE New Jersey Chapter Meeting & Student Poster Competition, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ, April 28.
  19. Kim, K.S. and Simon, L. (2009), Two-compartment modeling and computer programs to find optimal intravenous drug dosage regimens, Dana Knox Students Research Showcase, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ, April 8.
  20. Simon, L. (2008), Assessment of the time required for controlled-release devices to reach steady state, AIChE Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, Nov 16-21, 2008, Ref. Number: 137e.
  21. Kim, K.S. and Simon, L. (2008), Two-compartment modeling and computer programs to find optimal intravenous drug dosage regimens, AIChE Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, Nov 16-21, 2008, Ref. Number: 572be.
  22. Bhattacharya, A., Kim, K.S. and Simon, L. (2008), Mechanisms of drug release from nanoparticles, Summer 2008 Undergraduate Research Experience Symposium, McNair - ECE/REU - ME/REU - HIT/REU, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ, July 30.
  23. Simon, L. (2007), The role of control engineering in the design of drug-delivery-devices, The 9th US - Japan Symposium on Drug Delivery Systems, Lahaina, Maui, HI, December 16-20.
  24. Simon, L. and Goyal, A. (2007), Modern control-based delivery strategies in biomedicine: The effects of stratum corneum desquamation on perceutaneous drug absorption, AIChE Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, November 4-9, Ref. Number: 516an.
  25. Simon, L. (2007), Simulation-based projects in biotransport - An elective course in the Chemical Engineering Curriculum, AIChE Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, Nov 4-9, Ref. Number: 287f.
  26. Simon, L. (2007), Innovative design strategies for drug delivery devices: A modern process control perspective, Center for Structured Organic Particulate Systems (C-SOPS), Rutgers, Piscataway, NJ, September 11-13.
  27. Simon, L. and Kim, K.S. (2007), Control of particulate systems based on population balance models, Center for Structured Organic Particulate Systems (C-SOPS), Rutgers, Piscataway, NJ, August 9-10.
  28. Erazo, M. and Simon, L. (2007), A temperature-controlled release strategy for the release of ethyl-4-aminobenzoate through ethylene-vinyl acetate membranes, 2007 Penn State McNair Summer Research Conference, The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel, State College, PA, August 3-5.
  29. Saez, R. and Simon, L. (2007), Effects of temperature on the release of ethyl-4-aminobenzoate from etylene vinyl acetate membranes, 2007 Penn State McNair Summer Research Conference, The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel, State College, PA, August 3-5.
  30. Tolentino, G. and Simon, L. (2007), The influence of donor cell concentration on the delivery of benzocaine through ethylene-vinyl acetate membranes, 2007 Penn State McNair Summer Research Conference, The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel, State College, PA, August 3-5.
  31. Aly, Y. and Simon, L. (2007), Dosage administration using dynamic optimization techniques, Third Annual Provost's Student Research Showcase, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ, April 11.
  32. Simon, L. (2006), Analysis of heat-Aided membrane-controlled drug release, AIChE Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Nov 12-17, Ref. Number: 439h.
  33. Simon, L. (2006), Linear mixed-effects models in the Mathematica environment, AIChE Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Nov 12-17, Ref. Number: 457n.
  34. Simon, L. (2006), Data-driven and mechanistic models for transdermal absorption of chemicals, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, OH, July 12.
  35. Goyal, A., Simon, L. and Iqbal, Z. (2005), Kinetic investigations of Co disproportionation on Co-Mo/Mgo bimetallic catalyst for single wall carbon nanotubes production, AIChE Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, OH, Oct 30-Nov 4, Ref. Number: 331g.
  36. Simon, L. (2005), Aqueous two-phase extraction - a case study in process analysis and control, AIChE Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, OH, Oct 30-Nov 4, Ref. Number: 237e.
  37. Simon, L. (2005), Mathematical analysis of non-conventional drug-delivery systems: iontophoretic and heat-aided transdermal patches, Laboratory for Drug Delivery & Industrial Membership Program, NJ Center for Biomaterials, Life Sciences Building Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey, Piscataway, NJ.
  38. Simon, L, Fernandes, M. and Loney, N.W. (2005), The use of mathematical modeling and simulation tools to study transdermal drug delivery systems, IEEE 31st Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, Hoboken, NJ, April 2-3.
  39. Loney, N.W., Huang, C. R. and Simon, L. (2005), Mathematical model of a multi- fibule counter current membrane separation device, 7th World Congress of Chemical Engineering, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, July 10-14.
  40. Simon, L. (2004), On the mathematical modeling of transdermal drug delivery system, The 7th New Jersey Symposium on Biomaterials Science - Challenges and Opportunities for the Biomaterials Scientist, New Brunswick, NJ, Oct 21-22.
  41. Simon, L. (2004), A project in mathematical modeling and testing of drug delivery systems, AIChE Annual Meeting, Austin, TX, Nov 7-12, Ref. Number: 306f.
  42. Simon, L. and Loney, N.W. (2004), An analytical solution for a percutaneous absorption model: Application and removal of the vehicle, AIChE Annual Meeting, Austin, TX, Nov 7-12, Ref. Number: 433c.
  43. Patel, S. and Simon, L. (2004), Purification of beta-glucosidase by aqueous two-phase partitioning, AIChE Annual Meeting, Austin, TX, Nov 7-12.
  44. Gautam, S. and Simon, L. (2004), Purification of beta-glucosidase from Trichoderma Reesei by sequential precipitation with reversible soluble-insoluble polymers and aqueous two-phase systems, AIChE Annual Meeting, Austin, TX, Nov 7-12, Ref. Number: 233e.
  45. Simon, L. (2004), An extended Kalman filter for biomass concentration estimation in a fixed-bed bioreactor, Southeastern Europe, USA, Japan and European Community Workshop on Research and Education in Control and Signal Processing, REDISCOVER, 2004, June 14-16, 2004, Hotel Croatia, Cavtat, Croatia.
  46. Weltner, A. and Simon, L. (2004), Characterizing transdermal drug delivery through mathematical modeling, Laboratory for Drug Delivery, New Jersey Center for Biomaterials, Newark, NJ.
  47. Loney, N.W. and Simon, L. (2004), Mathematical model of a counter current multi-fibule membrane mass exchanger, Graduate Research Poster Session, Guttenberg Information Technologies Center Building, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ.
  48. Simon, L. and Loney, N.W. (2004), A closed-form solution for percutaneous drug absorption: application and removal of the vehicle, Graduate Research Poster Session, Guttenberg Information Technologies Center Building, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ.
  49. Gautam, S. and Simon, L. (2004), Optimization of beta-glucosidase purification in aqueous two-phase systems, Graduate Research Poster Session, Guttenberg Information Technologies Center Building, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ.
  50. Patel, S. and Simon, L. (2004), Purification of beta-glucosidase, Fifth Annual Undergraduate research Symposium, Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement and University Research Experience Programs, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ.
  51. Simon, L. (2004), In search of a unified framework for drug delivery data analysis and interpretation for the 21st century, Department of Pharmaceutics, Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Piscataway, NJ.
  52. Simon, L. (2003), On the use of Artificial Neural Networks to improve controlled release technologies, Laboratory for Drug Delivery, New Jersey Center for Biomaterials, Newark, NJ.
  53. Simon, L. (2003), An analytical solution for percutaneous drug absorption: application and removal of the vehicle, Fall 2003 Applied Mathematics Colloquium Series, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ.
  54. Simon, L. (2003), Teaching control of linear distributed systems to undergraduate chemical engineering students, AIChE Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Nov 16-21, Ref. Number: 346d.
  55. Gautam, S. and Simon, L. (2003), Optimization of sequential purification of beta-glucosidase by artificial neural networks, AIChE Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Nov 16-21, Ref. Number: 313e.
  56. Simon, L. and Loney, N.W. (2003), An analytical solution for percutaneous drug absorption, IEEE 29th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, Newark, NJ.
  57. Simon, L. (2002), Case studies investigating the applications of neural networks to fermentation processes and predictions of O-glycosylation sites, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
  58. Simon, L. (2002), Observing biomass concentration profiles in a fixed-bed bioreactor, AIChE Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, Nov 3-8, Ref. Number: 318j.
  59. Gautam, S. and Simon, L. (2002), Artificial neural networks for the prediction of recombinant tissue-type plasminogen activator partition coefficients, AIChE Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, Nov 3-8, Ref. Number: 245f.
  60. Simon, L. and Gautam, S. (2002), Modeling continuous aqueous two-phase systems for control purposes, AIChE Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, Nov 3-8, Ref. Number: 112c.
  61. Simon, L. (2002), A Mathematica approach to solving distributed parameter systems via orthogonal collocations, 2002 ASEE Summer School, Boulder, CO, July 27- August 2.
  62. Simon, L. and Karim, M.N. (2002), Modeling and control of amino acid starvation induced apoptosis in CHO cell cultures, 2002 American Control Conference, Anchorage, AK, May 8-10, Ref Number: ACC02-INV4201.
  63. Simon, L. and Karim, M.N. (2001), Modeling and understanding of starvation-induced apoptosis in CHO cells, AIChE Annual Meeting, Reno, NV, Nov 4-9, Ref. Number: 302g.
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