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About Francis (Mac) Haas

Dr. Haas studies chemically reacting flows, particularly those related to bio/alternative fuel energy conversion, formation and destruction of air pollutants, and process safety.  His research explores “atoms-to-applications” relationships that define the performance, efficiency, and emissions of propulsion and stationary power generation processes.  His work appears in Fuel, Combustion and Flame, and Journal of Physical Chemistry A, among other journals.

Positions

2016 - Present Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Rowan University Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering
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2015 - 2016 Adjunct Instructor, The College of New Jersey ‐ Mechanical Engineering Department
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2013 - 2016 Technical Staff, Princeton University ‐ Fuels and Combustion Research Laboratory
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Honors and Awards

  • Luigi Crocco Prize for Excellence in Teaching, Princeton University, 2009 & 2010

Courses

  • Junior-Senior Engineering Clinic
  • Thermal-Fluid Sciences I & II

Education

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2016 PhD Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University ‐ School of Engineering and Applied Science
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BS Environmental Engineering, BS Chemical Engineering, Drexel University ‐ College of Engineering
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MS Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics, Drexel University ‐ College of Engineering
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MA Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University ‐ School of Engineering and Applied Science
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Recent Works (14)

Research Works (19)