Roberta Rosty has worked in the chemical industry for over 15 years. She has experience as a development engineer in a process engineering group in the consumer products area and as a process design engineer in a design and construction company. She was also a materials engineer for the US Army. She has taught courses at Bergen Community College, Kean University, Ramapo College of NJ and New Jersey Institute of Technology.
BS in Chemical Engineering, Cum Laude
MS in Chemical Engineering
Degree of Engineer in Chemical Engineering
MS in Environmental Science
PhD in Environmental Science(all from New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ)
R. Rosty, B. Kebbekus, V. Zaitsev, “The Testing of a Semiconductor-based Adsorption Modified Photosensitive Sensor for its Response to a Volatile Organic Compound, Oxygen, Humidity and Temperature”, Sensor and Actuators B 107, pp. 347-352, 2005.
R. Rosty, PhD Dissertation in Environmental Science, “The Testing of a Semiconductor-based Adsorption Modified Photosensitive Sensors for their Response to a Volatile Organic Compound, Oxygen, Humidity and Heating”, January 2005.
M.J. Bodnar, J. Osterndorf and R. Rosty, “Adhesive Bond Strength and Durability Studies Using Three Different Engineering Plastics and Various Surface Preparations”, SAMPE Journal, July/August Issue, pp. 15-19, 1989.
R. Rosty, Degree of Engineer in Chemical Engineering Professional Project, “A Student Training Manual for Running the HYSIM Computer Simulation Program”, 1997.
R. Rosty, D. Martinelli, A. Devine, M.J. Bodnar, J. Beetle, “Surface Preparation of Polyolefins Prior to Adhesive Bonding”, SAMPE Journal, July/August Issue, pp. 34-37, 1987.
R. Rosty, MS in Chemical Engineering Thesis, “PH Parametric Pumping: An Examination of Different Feed Locations for a Two and Three Column Process With the Same Flow Patterns and pH Distribution”, 1981.