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Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Dr. Brendan Saltaformaggio's lab investigates advanced cyber crimes and the analysis and prevention of next-generation malware attacks.
Mobile/IoT Security Binary Analysis and Instrumentation Cyber Forensics Computer Systems Security Memory Forensics Vetting of Untrusted Software
Professor, Biomedical Engineering
Philip J. Santangelo researches optical microscopy and in vivo imaging, RNA virus pathogenesis, HIV/SIV.
Therapeutics and Vaccines RNA Regulation RNA Virus Pathogenesis Optical Microscopy and In Vivo Imaging HIV/SIV and hRSV
Associate Professor, Automation / Mechatronics
Dr. Sawicki directs the Human Physiology of Wearable Robotics (PoWeR) laboratory.
Robotic Exoskeletons Terrestrial Locomotion Human-machine Interfaces
Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering
Annabelle Singer researches to understand how neural activity produces memories and spurs the brain’s immune system.
Alzheimer's Disease Virtual Reality Optogenetics Learning & Memory Neural Coding & Decoding Computational Neuroscience Neural Stimulation Neuroengineering Animal Models of Disease
Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Raghupathy Sivakumar and his students do research in the areas of wireless networking and mobile computing.
Network Quality of Service Wireless Networks Student Startups Student Entrepreneurship Computer Networks Mobile Computing
Associate Professor, Director of Structural Engineering/Materials Laboratory, Civil Engineering
Lauren Stewart is considered by many to be among the top blast researchers in the US.
Computational Mechanics Mechanical Shock/Impact Blast Engineering Hazard Engineering
Associate Professor, Associate Director for Integrated Research Center, Mechanical Engineering
Susan Thomas is an expert on the role of biological transport phenomena in physiological and pathophysiological processes.
Drug Development and Delivery Cancer Biology Biomaterials Drug Design
Professor, Russel Chandler III Chair, industrial and systems engineering
Pascal Van Hentenryck is an expert in Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, and Operations Research.
Data Engineering Analytics and Machine Learning Energy Systems Data Science Artifical Intelligence Operations Research Resilience Energy and Sustainable Systems
Associate Professor, Civil Engineering
Kari Watkins' research interests revolve around multi-modal transportation planning and the use of technology in transportation.
Complete Streets Design Traveler Information Transportation Planning Smart Cities Sustainable Communities Transit Planning and Operations Mode Choice Decision Making
Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Aaron Young is an expert in powered orthotic and prosthetic control systems for persons with stroke, neurological injury or amputation.
Robotic Mobility Enhancement Myoelectric Control Biological Signal Processing Machine Learning Assistive Devices Human Augmentation Lower Limb Prostheses Exoskeletons Wearable Robotics Lower Limb Gait Biomechanics Physical Human-Robot Control Systems Intent Recognition Human Subject Experimentation
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