Faculty and Staff
Odell Glenn Jr.
College of Engineering and Computing
“Fundamental Aspects of a Novel Technology for Abatement of Allergenic Proteins” involved the development of an approach to potentially reduce the potency of asthma triggers produced in an indoor environment. Allergens are bound to dry dust particles in a home. The effectiveness of using dry ice, essential oils with CO2 through CFD modeling and an ELISA assay was investigated.
My present passion is S.T.E.M education along with engineering education research. Investigating new and unique ways to teach undergraduates core fundamentals is key to both myself as an educator and to the student.
- Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, University of South Carolina, May 2018
- M.S., Electrical Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology, May 2003
- M.S., Manufacturing Systems Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology, May 1993
- B.E., Mechanical Engineering, State University of New York at Stony Brook, May 1991
- “Multi-Phase Mathematical Modeling of Compressed CO2 expansion through a Coanda Nozzle.” Journal of Chemical Engineering Research and Design: 2018
- “Commercializing of a CO2 Technology Platform for Removing Asthma Triggers from the Home” Supercritical Fluid Conference. 2018
- “Phase Equilibrium of Essential Oils in Liquid and Supercritical Carbon Dioxide.” Journal of Chemical Engineering Data. 2016.
- “Synergistic effects of carbon fillers on tensile and flexural properties in liquid- crystal polymer based resins.” Journal of Applied Polymer Science 108: 1657-1666, 2008