Dan Rosner, Emeritus and Research Professor, was a Professor and formerly Chairman of Yale’s Department of Chemical Engineering. Dan Joined the Yale faculty in 1969 after 11 years of industrial research, having completed his BS in Mechanical Engineering at CCNY and PhD in Aeronautical Engineering at Princeton University. During his academic career, Professor Rosner developed/taught advance engineering courses at undergraduate and graduate levels, and directed the PhD research in convective energy-and molecular species-transport, fine particle technology, and combustion. He published over 240 papers on these topics and the award winning book “Transport Processes in Chemically Reacting Flow Systems.”
Professor Rosner also studied graphic arts/printmaking at the High School of Music & Art in NYC, graduating as August St. Gaudens Medalist in 1951. His art went on hold until the ‘70’s when he resumed print making at New Haven’s Creative Arts Workshop. His work has been published in “Science” magazine and “The New York Times.” Currently a member of the New Haven Paint & Clay, and the Hamden Art League, he is planning shows at Yale in October 2014, Orange, CT and Woodbridge, CT both in 2015.
Prof. Rosner would be pleased to meet with and advise Yale College students interested in (or considering) majoring in our School of Engineering, as well as recent alumni.
He is also interested in helping to organize/mount art exhibits (for the Morse College Gallery) by students and faculty/scholars associated with Morse College.