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Oklahoma State University

Martin S. High

Associate Professor

martin.s.high@okstate.edu

 

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

J.D. ,   Law, University of Tulsa, 2005

Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, 1990

M. S.,  Chemical Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, 1983

B. S.,  Chemical Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, 1981

 

MAJOR AREAS OF INTEREST

Thermodynamics of polymer systems.

Polymer physical chemistry.

Applied polymer science.

Transport and thermodynamic properties of gases in polymers, polymer  solutions, and polymer blends.

 

RECENT RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

Marty's current research revolves around the study of polymer physical chemistry and applied polymer science. In particular, he is interested in the transport and thermodynamic properties of gases in polymers, polymer solutions, and polymer blends. One of his group's more interesting experimental approaches uses a quartz crystal as a highly sensitive balance to measure the transport of solvent into a polymer film. Marty's teaching interests include transport phenomena, thermodynamics, process dynamics and control, and polymer science and engineering.

 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

High, M. S. “Joint Inventorship and Ownership in Student Team Projects.” Proceedings of the NCIIA 12th Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX, 2008.

 

High, M. S., and P. E.  Rossler. “Products Liability Law and Its Implications for Engineering Practice.”   Engineering Management Journal, 19 (2), 23 (2007).

 

High, M. S., and P. E. Rossler.  “Engineering Malpractice:  Avoiding Liability Through Education.”  Proceedings of the ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Honolulu, HI, 2007.

 

High, M. S., K. A. High, and P. E. Rossler.  “Engineering Entrepreneurship for High School and Early College Students.”   Proceedings of the  ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Honolulu, HI, 2007.

 

High, M. S., K.  A.  High, and P. E. Rossler.  “Integration of Law, Engineering, Business and Entrepreneurship:  Is the Mix Compatible?  A Proposed Novel Curriculum.”  Proceedings of the National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance Annual Conference, 2007.

 

High, M. S., J. Nazemetz, and P. E. Rossler.  “Why Reinvent the Wheel?  The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office as a Design Tool.” Proceedings of the  ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Honolulu, HI, 2007.

 

High, M. S., and P. E. Rossler.  “ A Comparative Study of Professional Ethics;  What Can the Ethics of the Legal Profession Teach Engineers?.”   Proceedings of the ASEE Annual Conference and Exhibition, Chicago, IL, 2006.

 

High, M. S., K. A. High, and P. E. Rossler.  “Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Programs: How to Hold Onto Your Wallet As You Transfer Technology.”   2006 ASEE Conference and Exhibition, Chicago, IL, 2006.