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|Dimitrov, Nedialko||Mechanical Engineering||His research focus is on network modeling and stochastic optimization, with applications in infectious disease control and national security. He is especially interested in optimization problems …|
|Djurdjanovic, Dragan||Mechanical Engineering||Dr. Djurdjanovic’s research seeks to make manufacturing systems, rotating machinery, and automobiles more independent and durable by using multiple sensor reading to help isolate abnormal …|
|Ellzey, Janet||Mechanical Engineering||-Combustion in Porous Media -Combustion Modeling -Incineration of Tires Dr. Ellzey specializes in combustion and fluid mechanics.|
|Ezekoye, Ofodike||Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering; Mechanical Engineering||-Heat Transfer in Reacting Flows -Particle-gas Fluid Mechanics -Fire and Combustion Modeling Dr. Ezekoye's research interests cover combustion, heat transfer, and aerosols. He is particularly …|
|Fahrenthold, Eric||Mechanical Engineering||-System dynamics -Impact Dynamics -Constitutive modeling Dr. Fahrenthold develops computer simulations that show how space debris, which ranges from dust to pieces of old satellites, can damage …|
|Fan, Donglei||Mechanical Engineering||Prof. Fan's research program focuses on bridging fabrication of nano-functional materials with their applications via exploiting fundamental physical and chemical principles for innovative …|
|Fernandez, Benito||Biomedical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering||Modeling, Simulation and Control Design of Nonlinear Dynamic Systems; Robust-Optimal Adaptive Control (ROAC); System Identification, Diagnostics, Prognosis with Confidence Intervals, Useful Life …|
|Ferreira, Paulo||Mechanical Engineering||-Crystalline Defects and Solid-Solid Interfaces -Electron Microscopy -Displacive Phase Transformations -High-Tc Superconductor Materials -Applied Magnetic Field Effects on Materials …|
|Ghattas, Omar||Biomedical Engineering; Computer Science; Department of Geological Sciences of the Jackson School of Geosciences; Mechanical Engineering||Dr. Ghattas' interests are in forward and inverse modeling, and optimal design and control, of complex systems in the geophysical, mechanical, and biomedical engineering sciences, with particular …|
|Goodenough, John||Electrical and Computer Engineering; Mechanical Engineering||Transition-metal compounds, Lithium ion batteries, Fuel cells, Oxygen-permeation membranes, Electrical energy storage and conversion|