VCU College of Engineering

VCU College of Engineering VCU College of Engineering

601 W. Main St., Richmond, 23284, VA, US

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The VCU College of Engineering, an innovation front-runner in academics and research, brings real-world education to Central Virginia. Our collaborative and multidisciplinary partnerships prepare undergraduate, master’s and doctoral students for leadership. Part of a premier research university, the VCU College of Engineering enhances regional and global prosperity through cutting-edge developments in tissue engineering, drug delivery, bioinformatics, cybersecurity, mechanical systems and particle science. We make it real by turning great ideas into breakthrough technologies. Our facilities are hubs of discovery, powered by an expanding student body and faculty committed to excellence.

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Karla Mossi, Ph.D.

Karla Mossi, Ph.D.

Associate Professor and Graduate Program Director, Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

Thea Pepperl, Ph.D.

Thea Pepperl, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering

Thea Pepperl's research and expertise focuses on the analysis and design of decision tools for the coordination of care of older adults.

Image analysis Image segmentation Health Informatics

Reza  Mohammadi, Ph.D.

Reza Mohammadi, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

Expertise: Materials Science and Engineering, Surface Engineering, Wetting Phenomena, Metal Forming, Materials Chemistry

Ultra-incompressible superhard materials Thin film deposition and characterization Superhydrophobic materials Tearing energy of sheet metals

P. Worth Longest, Ph.D.

P. Worth Longest, Ph.D.

Louis S. and Ruth S. Harris Exceptional Scholar Professor, Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

Professor Longest works to improve the treatment of respiratory diseases and disorders through the development of drug delivery strategies

Respiratory Drug Delivery Predicting Doses from Inhaled Aerosols and Vapors Aerosol Generation Devices and Aerosol Physics Vascular Particle Dynamics

Gregory E. Triplett, Ph.D.

Gregory E. Triplett, Ph.D.

Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Research | Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Professor Triplett's research focuses on nanomanufacturing that enables improved electronic and photonic device performance.

Optoelectronics and Photonics Electronic Materials Computational Intelligence Semiconductor Manufacturing Infrared Imaging

Ashok Iyer, Ph.D., PE

Ashok Iyer, Ph.D., PE

Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Professor Iyer's research interests include GPS applications and neural networks

GPS Applications Neural Networks Linear and Nonlinear Control Theory Robotics for Nuclear Waste Handling

Charles Cartin, Ph.D.

Charles Cartin, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

Director of MNE Innovation &
Associate Professor of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering at Virginia Commonwealth University

Advanced Engineering Mathematics Additive Manufacturing Computer Aided Design (CAD) Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) Design Engineering Design Optimization Engineering Education Fuel Cell and Hybrid Technology Manufacturing Engineering Material Engineering MEMs Technology and Devices Rapid Prototyping Processes Solid Mechanics Finite Element Analysis (FEA) Product Innovation

Ümit  Özgür, Ph.D.

Ümit Özgür, Ph.D.

Professor and Graduate Program Director, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Professor Özgür specializes in optical spectroscopy and photonic devices

Ultrafast spectroscopy Group III-nitride and zinc oxide optoelectronics Light emitting diodes III-V and II-VI semiconductor heterostructures Nonlinear optics Physics of semiconductor heterostructures

Carol Fung, Ph.D.

Carol Fung, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Computer scientist specializing in collaborative security in social networks, mobile systems, and software defined networks.

Security management and collaborative security Intrusion detection and malware/botnet detection Security in social networks mobile networks and cloud environment

Bridget McInnes, Ph.D.

Bridget McInnes, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Dr. McInnes' research is in the area of Natural Language Processing (NLP) with a particular interest in semantics.

Natural Language Processing Biomedical Text Processing Information Retrieval Machine Learning

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