Robert Rosenstein

Title: Scientific Consultant
Location: Chicago, Illinois, United States

Robert Rosenstein, Scientific Consultant, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Scientists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the fields of physical chemistry and scientific consulting.

As a student, Dr. Rosenstein attended the University of Illinois, earning a Bachelor of Science in chemistry, with honors, in 1961. He starting working as an aerospace technologist for NASA’s Lewis Research Center in Cleveland, and in 1964 he returned to his studies at Northwestern University. He Earned a PhD in theoretical physical chemistry in 1970, and started as a research associate at the Institute of Theoretical Chemical Technology in Munich. From 1972 to 1976, Dr. Rosenstein worked as a consultant, and in 1977, he started as a senior research chemist at Armak Research Laboratory, now Akzo Chemie USA. He worked briefly as a coatings engineer for Fansteel/VR Wesson, and as an application programmer for Nuclear Data, before starting as a science consultant once again in 1982.

Dr. Rosenstein worked as a scientific consultant in Chicago for more than 30 years, until 2016. In addition to his professional endeavors, he has also acted as a member of a variety of organizations throughout his career. From 1978 to 1987, he was a consultant to the International Union on Pure and Applied Chemistry, and from 1986 to 1987 he served as president of the Chicago Chemists’ Club. He was a topical group organizer for the Chicago section of the American Chemical Society from 2007 to 2012, and has been a member of the Chicago Council in Science and Technology since 2008. Among Dr. Rosenstein’s achievements, he contributed to the understanding of condensed phase chemical dynamics and solvation mechanisms, and has been a member of the National Space Society since 2017. His experience, contributions, and success as a chemist and consultant solidify him as an influential scientist and elite member of his field.

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