Department of Agricultural & Biological Engineering
225 South University Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2093
- Biological Engineering
Dr. Mosier's research addresses fundamental topics in bioprocessing and bionanotechnology with current projects in bio-processing and enzyme mimicking catalysts for transforming renewable resources to fuels and chemicals, bio-based batteries for electricity generation, and rapid-prototyping of microfluidic biosensors. There are opportunities for graduate and advanced studies in his research group.
He currently teaches Thermodynamics in Biological Systems I (ABE 201), a sophomore-level course on thermodynamics, heat and mass balances, and engineering analysis for biological systems. Dr. Mosier also team-teaches Process Engineering of Renewable Resources (ABE 580) with Dr. Michael Ladisch.
Publication reprints available upon request.