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Faculty Profiles

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Faculty Member: Santaniello, Sabato
Department: Biomedical Engineering
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Excerpt: Dr. Santaniello’s research focuses on neural engineering, brain-computer interface, neuromodulation, and computational neuroscience. His current research falls into the following areas: (1) development of modeling tools and analyses to understand the effects of neurodegenerative disorders on the brain’s electrophysiology, from single neurons to neural populations; (2) design of control algorithms for adaptive, robust, and optimal […]
Categories | Keywords: Biomedical Engineering, brain-computer interface, computational neuroscience, deep brain stimulation, epilepsy, movement disorders, neural engineering, seizure detection

Faculty Member: Shaw, Monty
Department: Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
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Excerpt: Dr. Shaw’s research has involved combinations of conventional and novel processing techniques with structure modification via manipulation of chemical, thermodynamic and transport variables. Examples employing this approach include microcellular foam via spinodal decomposition of polymer‐solvent mixture, permeability and conductivity modification via electric‐field modification, and unique polymeric actuators using field‐controlled particle alignment. Dr. Shaw also has […]
Categories | Keywords: Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, mechanical properties and testing, polymer blends, polymer rheology and processing

Faculty Member: Sheehy, Donald
Department: Computer Science & Engineering
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Excerpt: Dr. Sheehy’s work focuses on two areas related to organizing, representing, and querying geometric objects or data.  The first is mesh generation.  This field is concerned with finding discrete representations of smooth functions.  The second is topological data analysis.  This field generalizes many popular data analysis paradigms such as clustering or principle component analysis.  The […]
Categories | Keywords: algorithms, computational geometry, Computer Science and Engineering, mesh generation, topological data analysis

Faculty Member: Shin, Dong-Guk
Department: Computer Science & Engineering
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Excerpt: Dr. Shin’s research has been focusing on analyzing next generation sequencing data, building visual user interfaces for scientific user communities, and mining of massive amount of data to turn them into knowledge base systems. In addition, he has been addressing a broad range of research and development issues involving databases of various data types (images, […]
Categories | Keywords: bioinformatics, Computer Science and Engineering, data mining, database interoperability, knowledge-based systems, man-machine interaction, scientific databases, user interfaces

Faculty Member: Shin, Yong-Jun
Department: Biomedical Engineering
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Excerpt: Dr. Shin is interested in developing physics simulation and control/signal processing algorithms as cloud-based web services for biological and medical applications (Engineering-as-a-Service/Medicine-as-a-Service). By integrating the finite difference/element method with control/signal processing algorithms, Dr. Shin aims at developing a SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture) that can be used to model, analyze, and control real physical systems such as […]
Categories | Keywords: Biomedical Engineering, cloud-based medical robotics, EaaS (Engineering-as-a-Service), MaaS (Medicine-as-a-Service), modeling intelligent features of biological systems, smart bioMEMS (MicroElectroMechanical System)

Faculty Member: Shor, Leslie M.
Department: Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Affiliation: Institute of Materials Science
Excerpt: Leslie Shor leads the Engineered Microhabitats research group. She employs advanced manufacturing techniques to build microbe-habitat systems for development of next-generation biomanufacturing and sustainable agricultural biotechnology. Current research projects include: (i) engineering the microbial biofilm microhabitat for discovery of antibiotics and industrial anti-fouling agents, (ii) engineering the termite gut microhabitat for biomanufacturing and biofuel production, […]
Categories | Keywords: 3D imaging, advanced manufacturing, agriculture, assay development, biofuels, biotechnology, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, high-throughput screening, Institute of Materials Science, microbioal biofilms, microbiome, microfluidics, optical sensors, soil

Faculty Member: Shvartsman, Alexander
Department: Computer Science & Engineering
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Excerpt: Dr. Shvartsman is a leader in the field of distributed fault-tolerant computing. He pioneered a new approach to combining fault-tolerance and efficiency in distributed computing, and his research substantially advanced the state-of-the-art in distributed cooperative computing and survivable consistent memory systems for dynamic networked systems. His research in the field of electronic voting systems security, […]
Categories | Keywords: Computer Science and Engineering, distributed computing and fault tolerance, electronic voting systems and security, formal specification and modeling, parallel and distributed algorithms

Faculty Member: Silva, Helena
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Affiliation: Institute of Materials Science
Excerpt: Fundamental transport studies and device research towards more efficient electronic devices for computation, memory and energy conversion.
Categories | Keywords: device fabrication, Electrical and Computer Engineering, electrical characterization, electronic materials, Institute of Materials Science, micro/nanoelectronic devices

Faculty Member: Singh, Prabhakar
Department: Materials Science & Engineering
Affiliation: Center for Clean Energy Engineering
Excerpt: Professor Prabhakar Singh enjoys hands-on research in the field of high temperature metals and alloys, functional ceramics and coatings, fuel processing and clean-up for applications in clean and efficient energy systems. His interests and expertize include development of solid oxide and molten carbonate fuel cells, oxygen transport membranes, warm temperature carbon capture and corrosion resistant […]
Categories | Keywords: Center for Clean Energy Engineering, corrosion and oxidation in complex atmospheres, electrochemistry, electronic and ionic conducting oxides, energy, high temperature materials, Materials Science and Engineering, molten salt systems and carbonate fuel cells, solid oxide fuel cells, thermochemistry

Faculty Member: Srivastava, Ranjan
Department: Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
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Excerpt: Dr. Srivastava’s research group focuses on using computational techniques, including mathematical modeling, machine learning, and data mining, to understand, engineer, and optimize biological processes and/or products. His research group validates their computational predictions through experimental studies. As a result, the lab has extensive experience in molecular biology, microbiology, and fermentation technology. Recent efforts include genome-scale […]
Categories | Keywords: antisense technology, bioinformatics, biotechnology, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, computational biology, data mining, machine learning, metabolic engineering, systems biology

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