Publications and Conference Presentations

Books

  1. Harry’s Cosmeticology, 9th Ed.
  2. Delivery System Handbook
  3. Handbook of Rheology Modifiers

Book Chapters

Book Series

Harry's Cosmeticology, 9th Ed. Focus Book Series

Chemical Publishing Company, Los Angeles, CA (USA)

  1. Achieving Global Cosmetic Market Access: Issues and Approaches
  2. Cosmetic Industry Approaches to Epigenetics and Molecular Biology
  3. Sustainability & Eco-Responsibility

"Personal Care, Cosmetic and Pharmaceutical Technology. Book Series

Elsevier Publishing (Amsterdam),

Technical Articles

  1. Naturals & Botanicals
  2. Skin Care
  3. Cosmetics
  4. Delivery Systems
  5. Beauty
  6. Personal Care
  7. Flame Retardants
  8. Consulting
  9. Silicones
  10. Hair Care
  11. Textiles
  12. Polymers
  13. Surfactants
  14. Flocculation
  15. Rheology
  16. Antifoams
  17. Silane Coupling Agents
  18. Emulsions

Patents

  1. Poly(ethylene oxide)
  2. Ore Agglomeration
  3. Emulsions
  4. Polymers
  5. Flocculation
  6. Lubricants
  7. Antifoams
  8. Hair
  9. Fire Extinguishment

Technical Conference Presentations

  1. Ingredients
  2. Technology Transfer
  3. Hair Care
  4. Delivery Systems
  5. Natural Products
  6. 3D Printing
  7. Personal Care
  8. Natural Products
  9. Colloids and Surfactants
  10. Beauty
  11. Surfactants
  12. Consulting
  13. Scientific Education

Recent Articles & Book Chapters

"Skin Care that Really Works", Skin, Inc., pg. 48 (Dec. 2003)

For a full list of article publications by Meyer Rosen, please download the complete CV

Books

Delivery System Handbook for Personal Care and Cosmetic Products: Technology, Applications and Formulations

Edited by Meyer R. Rosen, Elsevier Publishing , Norwich, N.Y.) 1,100 pages representing the work of over 80 authors from 10 countries and over 40 different delivery system technologies useful for the personal care, cosmetics and pharmaceutical markets.
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As reviewed by Dr. StigFriberg of Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology

Rheology Modifiers Handbook: Practical Use and Application

David B. Braun and Meyer R. Rosen. (William Andrew Publishing, Norwich, N.Y. 1999)
Abstract

Technical Articles

IV. 1

"Naturals & Botanicals. New Applications from Novel (Re-Sources), (Sept. 2003)

Session Chair and Moderator at the new PCITX (Personal Care Ingredients Technology Expo), New York City (October 2003).

Session Chair and Facilitator for “High Performance Ingredients & Emerging Technology, New York City (April 2003).

IV. 2

“Skin Care that Really Works”, Skin, Inc., pg. 48 (Dec. 2003)

“Skin Care that Really Works”, Global Cosmetic Industry, (May 2003)

Co-organizer, “Industrial Problems and Technology Transfer” Symposium, 226 th National Meeting, American Chemical Society, New York City , (Sept. 2003).
• Session Chair: “Innovation Technology and the Application of Surface & Colloid Science for the Solution of Industrial Problems”.

IV. 3

Improving Cosmetic Formulation Quality Through Innovative Processing Technology: Preparation of MicroDroplet/Particle Master Batches through Innovative Compounding Techniques", Richard Holl, P.E., Dipl.-Ing and Meyer R. Rosen, EuroCosmetics Magazine (July/August 2012)"

“Cosmetic Counter Culture: Sparkling Pigments”, Global Cosmetic Industry, (Feb. 2003).

Technical Advisor, Second Annual Global Beauty Congress, Philadelphia , (June 2003).
• Session Chair: “Hair Care Solutions: Technology Push”.

IV. 4

"Intelligent Delivery Systems for Enhancing the Performance of Active Ingredients in Skin Care Formulations", Meyer R. Rosen and AmeannDeJohn, EuroCosmetics Magazine (July 2011)

“Special Delivery, Part III, Global Cosmetic Industry, pg. 54 (Sept. 2002).

“Controlled Release Systems in Cosmetic & Personal Care”- Master Class Trainer at Product Development Conference, HBA 2002 Global Expo, Javits Center, New York City (Oct. 2002).

IV. 5

“Global Beauty Roundtable”, Soap & Cosmetics, (Sept. 2002).

Technical Advisor to HBA Product Development Conference, Javits Center , New York City (June 2001).
• Seminar Leader, “New Developments in Personal Care”.

Seminar Leader, “Exciting New Science Developments”, Product Development Conference, HBA Global Exposition, Javits Center , New York City (June 2000).

Session Leader, Product Development Conference, Career Building , “Tutorial IV”, Product Development Conference, HBA Global Exposition, Javits Center , New York City (June 2001).

Session Leader, “Exciting New Developments: New Technology That You Can Use”, at Product Development Conference, HBA 2002 Global Expo, Javits Center , New York City (Oct. 2002).

IV. 6

"Personal Care Delivery Systems", Part I, Global Cosmetic Industry (Sept 2001).

"Personal Care Delivery Systems", Part II, Global Cosmetic Industry (Oct. 2001).

"Personal Care Formulations Behind The Scenes" Global Cosmetic Industry, pg.42, May '99.

Session Leader, High Performance Ingredients World Congress Javits Center , New York City, (April, 2003).

IV. 7

"Flame Retardants", Specialty Chemicals Magazine , England (Nov. 2001).

IV. 8

"Your HBA Educational Roadmap to Technical and Product Development Success", Show News, HBA Global Technical Conference (June 2011)

"The Consulting Enterprise and the Certification Portal", The Chemist (July 2001).

"In Search of Innovation The Technology Transfer Conduit" HAPPI, Nov. 2000.

IV. 9

"Silicone Wonders: The Silicone Elastomers", Global Cosmetic Industry, p. 48 (May 2001).

"Silicones for Personal Care: Technology Focus" Global Cosmetic Industry, May 2000.

IV. 10

"New Ingredients for Styling & Color Retention: Addressing the Special Needs of Different Hair Types", Global Cosmetic Industry, (June 2004)

"Mane Protection" (Hair Care), GCI Magazine, pg 52 (February 2004).

"Innovations for the Next Millennium" Global Cosmetic Industry, pg. 30, Dec. '99 "Hair Conditioning Silicones: At The Cutting Edge", DCI Magazine, Aug. '98.

"The Wondrous World of Silicones for Skin Care", DCI Magazine, Dec. '98.

"Hair Conditioning by a Chemical Comb", Cosmetics and Toiletries, Vol. 35, (Aug. 1977).

IV. 11

'Weaving Out Opportunities" Specialty Chemicals for Textiles 1998, Chemical Market Reporter-Focus Report, Apr. 27 '98 .

IV. 12

"Detergent Polymers", Chemical Marketing Reporter- Focus Report, Jan. 26 '98 .

"Organic Polymers Taking Their Share", ibid, Oct. 13, '97 .

"An Improved Method for Consolidation of Phosphatic Slimes" Fluid Particle Separation Journal 1 (2), 1988. Also in: "Flocculation and Dewatering" Engineering Foundation, NY, p.317-350 (1988).

"Carbinder Polymer 498: A New Organic Binder for Taconite Ore " presented at Society of Mining Engineers Annual Meeting, Preprint 88-47, Phoenix , AZ (1988).

IV. 13

"Alkylphenol Ethoxylates & Alcohol Ethoxylates for Detergents" ibid, Jan. '98.

IV. 14

"Analytical Method for Rating Flocculant Performance", Society of Mining Engineers of AIME, Preprint 80-2, Las Vegas , NV (1980).

IV. 15

"Characterization of Non-Newtonian Flow", Polym. Plast.Technol. Eng. 12(1), 1-42 (1979).

Estimation of Molecular Weight Error for Concentration Uncertainties in the Intrinsic Viscosity Determination", J. Appl. Polymer Sci., 16, 2435 (1975).

"A Rheogram Template for Power Law Fluids: Technique for Characterizing the Rheological Properties of Emulsions and Polymer Solutions", J. Coll. and Intf. Sci., 36(3), 350 (1971).

"Viscosity Calculator Slide Rule for The Brookfield Synchro- Lectric Viscometer" (1971).

"Approximate Rheological Characterization of Casson Fluids: Template Method for the Brookfield Synchro-Lectric Viscometers", J. of Coatings Technology, .50 (643), 39 (1978).

IV. 16

"Antifoams”, J. Society of Cosmetics. Chem. 30,105, (1979).

IV. 17

"From Treating Solution to Filler Surface and Beyond--Life History of a Silane Coupling Agent", J. of Coatings Technology 50 , (644), 70 (1978).

IV. 18

"Incipient Agglomerate Creaming in Silicone Emulsions: Prediction & Detection", J. Coll.& Intf. Sci. 36(1), 155 (1971).

 

Technical Conference Presentations

VI. 1

Session Chair and Moderator at the new PCITX (Personal Care Ingredients Technology Expo), New York City (October 2003).

Session Chair and Facilitator for “High Performance Ingredients & Emerging Technology, New York City (April 2003).

Session Leader, High Performance Ingredients World Congress Javits Center , New York City, (April, 2003).

VI. 2

Co-organizer, “Industrial Problems and Technology Transfer” Symposium, 226 th National Meeting, American Chemical Society, New York City , (Sept. 2003).
• Session Chair: “Colloid and Surface Chemistry of Personal Care Products and Pharmaceutical Delivery Systems”.

VI. 3

Technical Advisor, Second Annual Global Beauty Congress, Philadelphia , (June 2003).
• Session Chair: “Hair Care Solutions: Technology Push”.

VI. 4

“Controlled Release Systems in Cosmetic & Personal Care”- Master Class Trainer at Product Development Conference, HBA 2002 Global Expo, Javits Center, New York City (Oct. 2002).

VI. 5

Session Leader, “Exciting New Developments: New Technology That You Can Use”, at Product Development Conference, HBA 2002 Global Expo, Javits Center , New York City (Oct. 2002).

Technical Advisor to HBA Product Development Conference, Javits Center , New York City (June 2001).
• Seminar Leader, “New Developments in Personal Care”.

Session Leader, Product Development Conference, Career Building , “Tutorial IV”, Product Development Conference, HBA Global Exposition, Javits Center , New York City (June 2001).

VI. 6

Moderator, “3D Printing” Panel, HBA Global Technical Conference, June 2015

VI. 7

Moderator and Chair of the session, “New Developments in Personal Care” at the HBA Global Expo Technical Conference (October 2003)

VI. 8

Session Leader, “Natural Products in Personal Care”- A Professionally Facilitated Forum, Product Development Conference, HBA 2002 Global Expo, Javits Center, New York City (Oct. 2002).

VI. 9

Co-organizer, “Industrial Problems and the Role of Colloid and Surface Science Theory” Symposium, 224 th National Meeting, American Chemical Society, Boston , MA (Aug. 2002).
• Session Chair: “Research Opportunities at the Corporate-Academic Interface”.

VI. 10

Technical Advisor to the Global Beauty Congress, Chicago , Ill. , June 2002.

VI. 11

Co-organizer, “Surfactant Science and Technology in Industry”, Symposium, 223 rd National Meeting, American Chemical Society, Orlando , FL. (April 2002).
• Session Chair: “Problem Solving at the Industrial Academic Interface”.

VI. 12

"The Consulting Enterprise and the Certification Portal", Presented at the National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, San Diego , CA (April 2001).

“Transition Chemist”, Presidential Symposium, American Chemical Society, National Meeting, San Diego , CA (April 2001).

VI. 13

 

Patents

Year

Description

Patent Number

 

V.1

Removal of Residual Ethylene oxide from Poly (ethylene oxide)

U.S. 5,216,122

V.1

Slurries of Poly (ethylene oxide)

Patent pending

V.2

Process for agglomerating ore concentrate utilizing clay and dispersions of polymer binders or dry powder binders.

U.S. 4,802,914

V.2

Process for agglomerating ore concentrate utilizing clay and dispersions of polymer binders or dry powder binders.

U.S. 4,767,449

V.3

Process for producing a polymer water-in-oil emulsion

U.S. 4,618,647

V.4

High molecular weight water- soluble polymer and flocculating method.

U.S. 4,599,390

V.5

Process for flocculation of phosphatic slimes

U.S. 4,555,346

V.4

High molecular weight water soluble polymers

U.S. 4,529,782

V.3

Polymer water-in-oil emulsions

U.S 4,452,940

V.4

Rapidly dissolved water soluble polymer composition

U.S. 4,325,861

V.6

Process for forming ceramic bodies employing

aqueous lubricants

U.S. 4,171,337

V.7

Non-aqueous antifoam compositions

U.S. 4,101,442

V.7

Transient antifoam composition

U.S. 4,101,443

V.7

Self-dispersible antifoam compositions

U.S. 4,076,648

V.8

Shaped article for conditioning hair. A blend of water soluble & insoluble polymers with inter-penetrating networks.

U.S. 4,018,729

V.8

Shaped article for conditioning hair fabricated quaternary nitrogen-containing cellulose ether.

U.S. 3,992,336

V.9

Method extinguishing fires & compositions, comprising cationic silicone surfactants.

U.S. 3,677,347

V.9

Method extinguishing liquid hydrocarbon fires & compositions therefore comprising silicone surfactants.

U.S. 3,621,917