PUBLICATIONS

Below is a list of every paper/ book chapter published with the help of C-SOPS by year. If you require further assistance with locating an article, please contact Doug Hausner.

 
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Journal Papers

  1. Afolabi, A., Olakemi A., Bilgili E., (2014). “Impact of Process Parameters on the Breakage Kinetics of Poorly Water-soluble Drugs during Wet Stirred Media Milling: A Microhydrodynamic View.” Euro. J. Pharm. Sci., 51, 75-86. (A1)

  2. Austin J., Gupta A., McDonnell R., Reklaitis G.V., Harris MT., “A novel microwave sensor to determine particulate blend composition on-line,” Anal Chim Acta. 2014. (D1)

  3. Austin J., Harris M., “In-Situ Monitoring of the Bulk Density and the Moisture Content of Rapidly Flowing pMicrocrystalline Cellulose Using a Microwave Resonance Sensor,” Sensors Journal, IEEE. 2013;PP(99). (D1)

  4. Azad M., Afolabi A., Patel N., Dave R., Bilgili E. (2014). “Preparation of Stable Colloidal Suspensions of Superdisintegrants via Wet Stirred Media Milling,” Particuology, in press, 14, 76-82. (A1)

  5. Azad M., Arteaga C., Abdelmalek B., Davé R., Bilgili E., (2014). “Spray Drying of Drug–Swellable Dispersant Suspensions for Preparation of Fast-Dissolving, High Drug Loaded, Surfactant-Free Nanocomposites,” Drug Dev. Ind. Pharm., accepted. (A1)

  6. Barrasso D., Eppinger T., Pereira F.E., Aglave R., Debus K., Bermingham S., Ramachandran R., “ A multi-scale, mechanistic model of a wet granulation process using a novel bi-directional PBM-DEM coupling algorithm,” Submitted to Chemical Engineering Science (2014) (B7)

  7. Barrasso D., Ramachandran R., “Multi-scale modeling of granulation processes: bi-directional coupling of PBM with DEM via collision frequencies,” Chemical Engineering Research and Design (201), In press, accepted manuscript. (B7)

  8. Barrasso D., Tamrakar A., Ramachandran R., “ A reduced order PBM–ANN model of a multi-scale PBM–DEM description of a wet granulation process,” Chemical Engineering Science, 119 (2014), 319-329. (B7)

  9. Barrasso, D. El Hagrasy A., Litster, J.D.. Ramachandran R., “Multi-dimensional population balance model development and validation for a twin screw granulation process,” Powder Technology (2014), Special Issue: 6th International Granulation Workshop, In press, accepted manuscript. (B7)

  10. Beaudoin S., Jaiswal P., Harrison A., Laster J., Smith K., Sweat M., and Thomas M., Particle Adhesion: Fundamentals. In K. L. Mittal and R. Jaiswal (Eds.), Particle Adhesion and Removal, pp. 1-79, (2014), Accepted. (A6)

  11. Bhakay A., Azad M., Bilgili E., Dave R., (2014). “Redispersible Fast Dissolving Nanocomposite Microparticles of Poorly Water-Soluble Drugs.” Int. J. Pharm., 461, 367-379. (A1)

  12. Caitlin Schram, Steve Beaudoin, Lynne Taylor, Impact of Polymer Conformation on the Crystal Growth Inhibition of a Poorly Water Soluble Drug in Aqueous Solution, ACS, Dec. 2014, doi: 10.1021/la503644m. (A6) (C1)

  13. Callegari G., Cuitino A., Drazer G., “Non-monotonic behavior of dissolution profiles with compression in Immediate Release Tablets”, to be submitted to The International Journal of Pharmaceutics. (C6)

  14. Capece M., Bilgili E., Dave R., (2014) “Insight into First-order Breakage Kinetics for Dry Ball Milling Using a Physically Based Breakage Rate Parameter,” Chem. Eng. Sci., 117, 318–330. (A1)

  15. Capece M., Bilgili E., Davé R., (2014). “Formulation of a Physically Motivated Specific Breakage Rate Parameter for Ball Milling via the Discrete Element Method.” AIChE J., 60, 2404–2415. (A1)

  16. Capece M., Huang Z., To D., Aloia M., Muchira, C., Davé R.N., Yu A.B., “Prediction of Porosity from Particle Scale Interactions: Surface Modification of Fine Cohesive Powders,” Powder Technology, 254, 103–113, 2014. (C2)

  17. Cebeci Maltas, D., McCann, R., Wang, P., Pinal, P., Romañach R., Ben-Amotz D., “Pharmaceutical Applications of Fast Raman Hyperspectral Imaging with Comprehensive, Detection Strategy,” Journal of Pharmaceutical Innovation, DOI 10.1007/s12247-013-9168-8, 2014, 9, 1-4. (D1)

  18. Colón Y.M., Florián M.A., Acevedo D., Méndez R., Romañach R J., Near Infrared Method Development for a Continuous Manufacturing Blending Process, J. Pharm. Innov, 2014, DOI: 10.1007/s12247-014-9194-1. (D1)

  19. Cutiño AM., Module for FDA training course on tabletting and dry granulation in continuous manufacturing. (C4) Education.

  20. Dale S., Wassgren C., Litster J., Measuring granule phase volum distributions using X-ray microtomorgraphy, Powder Technology, Vol 264 pages 550-560 Sep 2014, doi:10.1016/j.powtec.2014.06.009.

  21. Deng X., Scicolone J.V.,Han X., Davé R.N., “Discrete element method simulation of a conical screen mill: A continuous dry coating device,” Chemical Engineering Science, (2014). (C2)

  22. Engish W.E., Muzzi F.J., Loss-in-Weight Feeding Trials Case Study: Pharmaceutical Formulation, Journal of Pharmaceutical Innovation 12/2014; DOI: 10.1007/s12247-014-9206-1.

  23. Florian, M., Méndez R., Blend Uniformity and Powder Phenomena inside the Continuous Tumble Mixer Using DEM Simulations. Submitted June 2014. Under revision. (B2)

  24. Florian, M., Velázquez C., Méndez R., “New Continuous Tumble Mixer Characterization,” Powder Technol. (2014). doi:10.1016/j.powtec.2014.02.023.  (B2)

  25. François-Xavier Coudert, Alain H. Fuchs, and Alexander V. Neimark, Comment on “Volume shrinkage of metal organic framework host induced by the dispersive attraction of guest gas molecules” - Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2014, V.16, p. 4394-4395.

  26. Gao Y., Ierapetritou M., Muzzio F., “Investigation on the Effect of Blade Patterns on Continuous Solid Mixing Performance,” Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering. Submitted. (B2)

  27. Giridhar, A., Gupta, A., Louvier, M., Joglekar, G., Nagy, Z., Reklaitis, G.V., “Intelligent Process Management for Continuous Operations in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing”, Proceedings of the 24th European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering, June 15-18, 2014, Budapest, Hungary. Computer-Aided Chemical Engineering Series, Vol 33, Elsevier. In press (D4)

  28. Gonzalez M., and Cuitino A., 2014, “Statistical footprint of compressible granular systems under large deformations,” Under review. (C4)

  29. Hirshfield L., Giridhar A., Taylor L., Harris M., Reklaitis, G.V., “Dropwise Additive Manufacturing of pharmaceutical products for solvent-based dosage forms”, J Pharm Sci, 103(2), 496-506 (2014). DOI: 10.1002/jps.23803 (B6) (D4)

  30. Huang Z., Scicolone J., Gurumuthy L., and Davé R., “Flow and bulk density enhancements of pharmaceutical powders using a conical screen mill: A continuous dry coating device,” Chemical Engineering Science, DOI: 10.1016/j.ces.2014.05.038, In press. (A6) (C2)

  31. Içten E., Nagy Z., Reklaitis G.V., “Supervisory Control of a Drop on Demand Mini-manufacturing System for Pharmaceuticals”, Proceedings of the 24th European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering, Computer Aided Chemical Engineering, Elsevier, Vol 33, 535–540, June 2014. (D4)

  32. Içten E., Nagy Z.K., Reklaitis G.V., “Process Control of a Dropwise Additive Manufacturing System for Pharmaceuticals using Polynomial Chaos Expansion Based Surrogate Model”, Computers and Chemical Engineering Special Issue: ESCAPE 24, Submitted. (D4)

  33. Içten, E., Giridhar A., Taylor L., Nagy Z., Reklaitis G.V., “Dropwise Additive Manufacturing of Pharmaceutical Products for Melt-Based Dosage Forms”, J. Pharm. Sci. first published online: 30 JAN 2015. doi: 10.1002/jps.24367. (D4)

  34. Jianli Cheng, A. Vishnyakov and A.V. Neimark, Studies of Nanoparticle Adhesion to Grafted Surfaces by the Ghost Tweezers Method,-Journal of Chemical Physics, 2014, 2015 Jan;142(3):034705.

  35. Jianli Cheng, A. Vishnyakov and A.V. Neimark, Morphological transformations in polymer brushes in binary mixtures: DPD study,-Langmuir, 2014, V.30, p.12932-12940.

  36. Joglekar, GS, Giridhar A, Reklaitis, G., A Novel knowledge management system based on workflows, Computer Aided Process Engineering Vol 33, pages 853-859

  37. Joglekar G., Giridhar A., and Reklaitis G.V., “A workflow modeling system for capturing data Provenance”, Comput. Chem Engr, 67, 148-158 (2014) (D3)

  38. Knieke C., Azad M., To D., Bilgili E., Davé R., (2014). “Sub-100 Micron Fast Dissolving Nanocomposite Drug Powders,” Powder Technol., Under review. (A1)

  39. Kowalczyk P., Terzyk A., Gauden P., Furmaniak S., Wiśniewski M., Burian A., Hawelek Ł., Kaneko K., Neimark A.V., Carbon Molecular Sieves: Reconstruction of Atomistic Structural Models With Experimental Constraints, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2014, V.118, p.12996-13007.

  40. Krull S., Susarla R., Afolabi A., Li M., Ying Y., Iqbal Z., Bilgili E., Davé R.N., (2014) “Polymer strip films as a robust, surfactant-free platform for delivery of BCS Class II drug nanoparticles,” International Journal of Pharmaceutics (under review). (B3)

  41. Kumar, R., Wassgren, C., Inter-particle coating variability in a continuous coater, Chemical Engineering Science, Vol 117 pages 1-7 Sept 2014, DOI: 10.1016/j.ces.2014.05.023. (Commercialization)

  42. Kumar R., Freireich B., Wassgren C., DEM-compartment-population balance model for particle coating in a horizontal rotating drum, Chemical Engineering Science, Volume 125, 24 March 2015, Pages 144–15714, doi:10.1016/j.ces.2014.06.046. (Commercialization) (B6).

  43. Laird A., Laird A., Chougule M., Hamad M., Morris K.R., “Thermodynamics Associated with Monitoring Pre-nucleation Aggregation at High Supersaturation,” JChemEd, In Press (A7) 

  44. Landers J., Turner J., Heden G., Carlson A.L., Moghe P.V., and Neimark A.V., Impregnated Carbon Nanotube Scaffolds for Enhanced Differentiation of Human Neural Stem Cells with Electrical Stimulation, Advanced Healthcare Materials, 2014, V.3, p.1745-1752, DOI: 10.1002/adhm.201400042.

  45. Lewitus D, Smith K., Landers J., Neimark A.V., and Kohn J., Bioactive Agarose Carbon-Nanotube Composites are Capable of Manipulating Brain–Implant Interface, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2014, V.131, 40297.

  46. Mastrogiovanni D.D.T., Mayer J., Wan A.S., Vishnyakov A., Neimark A.V., Vitaly Podzorov, Leonard C. Feldman, and Eric Garfunkel, Oxygen Incorporation in with Rubrene Single Crystals, Scientific Reports, 2014, V.4, 4753.

  47. Mateo-Ortiz D. Colon Y., Romañach R.J., Méndez R., “Analysis of Powder Phenomena Inside a Fette 3090 Feed Frame using In-line NIR Spectroscopy,” Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, 2014, 100, 40-49. (B1)

  48. Mateo-Ortiz D., Méndez R., “Microdynamic analysis of particle flow in a confined space: the feed frame case”. Submitted to AICHE. (B1)

  49. Mateo-Ortiz D., Méndez R., “Relationship between residence time distribution and forces applied by paddles on powder attrition during the die filling process”. Submitted to Powder Technology (B1)

  50. Mateo-Ortiz D., Muzzio FJ., Méndez R., “Particle size segregation promoted by powder flow in confined space: The die filling process case, Powder Technol. 2014, 262, 215-222. (B1)

  51. Mosquera-Giraldo L., Trasi, N. S., and Taylor, L. S. (2014) http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpharm.2013.11.057 Impact of Surfactants on the Crystal Growth of Amorphous Celecoxib. International Journal of Pharmaceutics. 461(1-2):251-257. (C1)

  52. Osorio J.G., Stuessy G., Kemeny G.J., Muzzio F.J., Characterization of pharmaceutical powder blends using in situ near-infrared chemical imaging Chemical Engineering Science, 2014; 108:244–257. DOI: 10.1016/j.ces.2013.12.027

  53. Razavi S.M., Gonzalez, M., Cuitiño A.M., “Optimization of the breaking force and tensile strength relationship of doubly convex tablets under diametrical compression,” International Journal of Pharmaceutics, Under review. (C4)

  54. Reklaitis, G.V., Perspectives on Systems Engineering advances in Process and Product Design, Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Foundations of Computer-Aided Process Design Book Series: Computer-Aided Chemical Engineering Vol 34 pages 1-4 2014, ISBN:978-0-444-63442-9; 978-0-444-63433-7

  55. Rogers A.J., Ierapetritou M.G., 2014. Dynamic Discrete Element Reduced-Order Modeling of Particulate Processes. AIChE Journal. 60(9) 3184-3194. (D5)

  56. Sarkar A.,Wassgren C., Effect of particle size on flow and mixing in a bladed granular mixer 2014.  AIChE Journal. Volume 61, Issue 1, pages 46–57, January 2015, doi: 10.1002/aic.14629. (B4)

  57. Sayin R., El Hagrasy A.S., Litster J.D., “Distributive Mixing Elements: Towards Improved Granule Attributes from a Twin Screw Granulation Process,” Special Issue: Pharmaceutical Particles, In press, corrected proof. (B7)

  58. Singh R., Abhishek S., Muzzio F., Ierapetritou M., Ramachandran R., (2014), “Systematic framework for onsite design and implementation of the control system in continuous tablet manufacturing process,” Computers & Chemical Engineering Journal, 66, 186-200. (D2)

  59. Singh R., Barrasso D., Chaudhury A., Maitraye S., Ierapetritou M., Ramachandran R., (2014), “Closed-Loop Feedback Control of a Continuous Pharmaceutical Tablet Manufacturing Process via Wet Granulation,” Journal of Pharmaceutical Innovation, 9, 16-37. (D2)

  60. Singh R., Sahay A., Karry K.M., Muzzio F., Ierapetritou M., Ramachandran R., (2014), “Implementation of a hybrid MPC-PID control strategy using PAT tools into a direct compaction continuous pharmaceutical tablet manufacturing pilot-plant,” International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 473, 38–54. (D2)

  61. Singh R., Sen M., Muzzio F., Ierapetritou M., Ramachandran R., (2014), “Integrated moving horizon based dynamic real time optimization and hybrid MPC-PID control of a direct compaction continuous tablet manufacturing process,” Chemical Engineering Science, under review. (D2)

  62. Trasi, N. and Taylor, L. S. (2014). Nucleation and Crystal Growth of Amorphous Nilutamide–Unusual Low Temperature Behavior. CrystEngComm. http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/C4CE00118D (C1)

  63. Trasi, N., Baird, J. A. and Kestur, U. S. and Taylor, L. S. (2014). Factors Influencing Crystal Growth Rates from Undercooled Liquids of Pharmaceutical Compounds. Journal of Physical Chemistry B. 118(33):9974-9982. http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp504450h (C1)

  64. Trasi, N., Aboucherif, K., Litster, J., Taylor, L.S., Evaluating the Influence of Polymers on Nucleation and Growth in Supersaturated Solutions of Acetaminophen, CrystEngComm, 2015,17, 1242-1248, DOI: 10.1039/C4CE02179G. (C1)

  65. Van Eerdenbrugh, B., Raina, S. A., Hsieh, Y-L., Augustijns, P. and Taylor, L. S. (2014). Classification of the Crystallization Behavior of Amorphous Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients in Aqueous Environments. Pharmaceutical Research. 31(4):969-982. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11095-013-1216-z (C1)

  66. Vishnyakov A., and Neimark A.V., Self-assembly in Nafion Membranes upon Hydration: Water Mobility and Adsorption Isotherms, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2014, V118, p. 11353-1364, DOI: 10.1021/jp504975u.

  67. Wu A., Gu Y., Beck C., Iqbal Z., Federici J.F., “Reversible chromatic sensor fabricated by inkjet printing TCDA-ZnO on a paper substrate”, Sensors and Actuators, B193, 10 (2014) – associated project. (C3)

  68. Ying Y., Afolabi A., Bilgili E., Iqbal Z., “In-line Raman Spectroscopic Monitoring of Size Reduction during Wet Media Milling of BCS Class II Drugs”, Appl. Spectroscopy- accepted (2014). (A1) (C3)

  69. Zhang J., Ying Y., Pielecha-Safira B., Bilgili E., Ramachandran R., Romañach R., Davé R.N., Iqbal Z., (2014), “Raman spectroscopy for in-line and off-line quantification of poorly soluble drugs in strip films,” International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 475 (1-2), pp. 428–437, (A1) (B3) (C3)

Books & Book Chapters

  1. Osorio J.G., and Muzzio F.J., Book Chapter, Powder Mixing, “Powder Mixing”, McGraw Hill YearBook of Science and Technology 301-306, 2014.

Publications from Associated Projects

  1. Capece M., Davé, R.N., “Solventless Polymer Coating of Microparticles,” Powder Technology, 261, July 2014, Pages 118–132. (From an Associated Project); not a direct ERC product) (C2)

  2. Laínez-Aguirre J.M., Orcun S., Pekny J.F., Reklaitis G.V., Suvannasankha A, Fausel C., Anaissie E.J., Blau G.E., Comparison of an assumption-free bayesian approach with optimal sampling schedule to a maximum a posteriori approach for personalizing cyclophosphamide dosing Pharmacotherapy Vol. 34, Issue 4 pages 330-335 April 2014 DOI: 10.1002/phar.1346.

  3. Laínez-Aguirre J.M., Blau G.E., Reklaitis G.V., Postulating compartmental models using a flexible approach, Computer Aided Process Engineering Vol 33, pages 1171-1176 DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-444-63455-9.50030-1.

  4. Laínez-Aguirre J.M., Mockus L., Reklaitis G.V., A stochastic programming approach for the Bayesian experimental design of nonlinear systems, Comput. & Chem Engr., 72, 312-324, DOI: 10.1016/j.compchemeng.2014.06.006.

  5. Laínez-Aguirre J.M., Mockus L., Orcun, S., Blau, G.E., Reklaitis G.V., A Decomposition Strategy for the Variational Inference of Complex Systems Technometrics.

  6. Mockus L., LeBlond D., Reklaitis G.V., Uncertainty quantification in pharmaceutical development, Computer Aided Process Engineering Vol. 34, pagers 375-381, DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-444-63433-7.50047-X.

  7. Mockus L., Peterson J.J., Laínez-Aguirre J.M., and Reklaitis G.V., Batch-to-Batch Variation: A Key Component for Modeling Chemical Manufacturing Org Process Res Dev, DOI 10.1021/op500244f.

  8. Sayin R., El Hagrasy A.S., Litster J.D., Distributive mixing elements: Towards improved granule attributes from a twin screw granulation process, DOI: 10.1016/j.ces.2014.06.040

  9. Schrank, S., Kann, B., Saurugger, E., Ehmann, H., Werzer, O., Windbergs, M., Glasser, B.J., Zimmer, A., Khinast, J.G., Roblegg, E.,    Impact of Drying on Solid State Modifications and Drug Distribution in Ibuprofen-Loaded Calcium Stearate Pellets, Molecular Pharmaceutics, 11, 599-609, (2014). DOI: 10.1021/mp4005782.