New Jersey Center for MicroChemical Systems

Stevens Institute of Technology

Hoboken, New Jersey, USA





About the Center


Since its foundation in 2002, the New Jersey Center for MicroChemical Systems (NJCMCS) has provided a nationally unique research frontier for exploring microreactor and microfluidic technologies with our industry and government collaborators. 


Research Areas


  • Microreactor systems for just-in-time production of chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and biofuel 


  • Microfluidic systems for nanomaterial self-assembly and for studying bacteria and host cell interactions with biomaterials. 



Core Faculty


Professor Adeniyi Lawal

Research Interest:  Chemical Process Intensification in Microreactors, Process Simulation & Design, Mathematical Modeling of Transport Processes, 201-216-8241


Professor Woo Lee

Research Interest:  Microfluidics, Self-Assembly, Bacteria-Biomaterial Interactions, 201-216-8307



Core Capabilities



Recent Publications



Collaborators and Sponsors