Physical, chemical and optical properties of atmospheric aerosols.
My laboratory develops novel computational methods for extracting meaningful structural and functional properties from brain magnetic resonance images. We then use the techniques to describe the natural history of brain aging and age-related neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease.
Thermodynamics of nanoceramics. Radiation tolerance nanocrysalline materials. Nanosability. Non-equibrium processsing. Sintering.
Rob Y.H. Chai
Performance-based design and assessment of reinforced concrete buildings and bridges. Earthquake engineering with emphasis on structural design and retrofit.
Professor Chen’s research interests focus on significant and difficult problems of computer security and software verification. These two topics relate to each other, in that it is crucial to verify that computer programs do not have bugs that may result in security vulnerabilities. By combining theoretical insights with detailed knowledge of real computer systems, Mr. Chen’s work results in practical, usable security verification systems. Mr. Chen is best known for his tool MOPS, which finds security vulnerabilities in C programs.
Electrophysiology of cardiac muscle and arrhythmia mechanisms; Ca2+ dynamics in excitation-contraction coupling; Molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying hypertension induced hypertrophy and heart failure.
Information technology and its applications in engineering, computer-aided engineering, intelligent mechatronic and embedded systems, robotics, design and manufacturing, mobile agent based computing, and innovative teaching.
Lijuan Dawn Cheng
Infrastructure design and renewal using fiber reinforced polymer composite materials.
Simon R. Cherry
Molecular imaging technology, particularly positron emission tomography, multi-modality imaging systems, gamma and x-ray detector technology,3-D image reconstruction and use of imaging techniques in phenotyping and drug development.
Communications and computer networks, wireless/mobile computing. Specific topics include: Internet measurement and network management, data acquisition (e.g., sampling, streaming, online learning), data analytics (e.g., anomaly detection), routing & traffic engineering, and software defined networks. Collaborative, interdisciplinary research relating to emerging societal-scale applications and security & privacy issues such as massive online social platforms, intelligent transportation systems, etc.
Professor Colinge is conducting research in the field of silicon-on-insulator (SOI) technology for high-performance integrated circuits. This research encompasses semiconductor device physics, semiconductor device processing and fabrication of integrated circuits with specific properties, such as operation in a harsh environment (heat, radiations), operation under very low supply voltages, and RF operation (several gigahertz). Device simulation is carried out by either developing novel analytical models or by using numerical modeling tools.
Shuguang (Robert) Cui
Data oriented large-scale information analysis and system design, including large-scale distributed estimation and detection, information theoretical approaches for large data set analysis, complex cyber-physical system design, and cognitive network optimization.
Wayne K. Current
Transistor-level design of analog and digital integrated circuits, multiple-valued logic, board-level design of instrumentation and signal processing systems, computer-aided design.
Fitz-Roy E. Curry
Theoretical and experimental studies of the regulation of the transport of water and solutes across the walls of microvessels; experimental studies involving the cannulation and perfusion of individual microvessels.
Jennifer Sinclair Curtis
Behavior of particles, with applications ranging from food processing, pharmaceutical manufacture, and the aerospace, energy and mining industries to natural processes such as debris flows and sediments. Her work has made important contributions to understanding how fluids and solid particles behave together.