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Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering
Research areas include nuclear reactor physics, computational methods, sensitivity and uncertainty analysis, advanced data analytics.
Reactor Physics Reactor core design and analysis Computational method for neutron transport Uncertainty and sensitivity analysis Advanced data analytics
Dr. Ye's research interests include Simultaneous Localization and Mapping, 3D Computer Vision, Robotics, and Intelligent Systems.
Professor Zhao specializes in wireless networking, Internet of things and cyber security.
Wireless Communications and Networks Wireless Energy Harvesting Systems Wearable sensors for healthcare Internet of Things (IoT) Cyber Security
Professor; Affiliate Faculty
Affiliate Faculty in Computer Science, former Dean School of the Arts.
Immersive Media Film & Video Production Stereoscopy Computer Graphics Spatial Imaging Holography Virtual and Augmented Reality
Dr. Buettmann's research investigates the role that osteocyte intercellular communication and skeletal disuse affect bone fracture healing
Professor and CCI Eminent Scholar, SPIE Fellow, OPTICA (OSA) Fellow
Professor Dhar researches semiconductor heterostructures, devices and systems applications in Electro-Optic and Infrared (EOIR)
Dr. Friedman's research investigates the role of genetic variability in the musculoskeletal response to spaceflight and disuse.
Bone Exercise Physiology Skeletal Muscle Physiology Biomechanics Nutrition Disuse
Lab instructor for Chemical and Life Science Engineering unit operations and instrumentation.
To integrate new technology and capabilities into the laboratory operations and expand infrastructure. Collaborates with PIs and users.
Director of Project Outreach and Professor of the Practice
Entrepreneur with experience in medical technology commercialization; College of Engineering Capstone Design director.
Business Development Technology Transfer Medical Devices and Instrumentation Nanomaterials and Nanodevices for Biology and Medicine Biomedical Engineering Image-Guided Surgery Biomedical optics/photonics for imaging Entrepreneurship & Innovation
Industry Experience (1)