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Faculty Profiles

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Faculty Member: Hong, Seung-Hyun
Department: Computer Science & Engineering
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Excerpt: Dr. Hong’s research focuses are on the development of novel automated bone histomorphometry (femur and vertebrae), long bone fracture (femur and tibia), and calvarial defect. It allows an unbiased assessment of bone formation and repair processes. His main research falls into the following areas: (1) Developing a novel computer automated dynamic and static histomorphometry on […]
Categories | Keywords: 3D reconstruction, 3D target recognition, assessing fracture repair, cellular bone histomorphometry, Computer Science and Engineering, image processing, medical image analysis, static/dynamic bone histomorphometry

Faculty Member: Hoshino, Kazunori
Department: Biomedical Engineering
Affiliation: Institute of Materials Science
Excerpt: Dr. Hoshino’s research interests include (1) microfluidic systems for detection and analysis of cancer cells, and (2) nano/micro-electro-mechanical systems (NEMS/MEMS) based mechanical sensing and optical imaging. His microfluidic system successfully separated very rare circulating tumor cells (CTCs) from blood samples of more than 40 patients with breast, colon, prostate, and lung cancer. The system also […]
Categories | Keywords: Biomedical Engineering, Institute of Materials Science, microfluidic systems for disease detection and analysis, nano and micro electromechanical systems (NEMS/MEMS), nano and micro scale mechanical sensing and optical imaging, scanning probe microscopy

Faculty Member: Huang, Chun-Hsi
Department: Computer Science & Engineering
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Excerpt: Dr. Huang’s research interests are primarily in the areas of High Performance Computing, Computational Biology, and Algorithm Design & Analysis. He is particularly interested in investigating research issues involved in the software/hardware infrastructure, middleware and algorithmic support for extreme-scale computation and information extraction. Recently his research efforts have been on the development, deployment and evaluation […]
Categories | Keywords: algorithm design and analysis, computational biology, Computer Science and Engineering, cyber-infrastructure, Experimental Algorithmics, high-performance computing, life science informatics

Faculty Member: Ilies, Horea
Department: Mechanical Engineering
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Excerpt: Horea Ilies is a Castleman Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Computer Sciences at the University of Connecticut, where he established the Computational Design Laboratory. Prior to that, he spent several years with Ford Motor Company in research, manufacturing, and product design and development. His current research interests focus on the development of new engineering […]
Categories | Keywords: analysis and manufacturing, artificial intelligence in engineering design, CAD/CAM, computational design, geometric and physical modeling, motion planning, virtual reality

Faculty Member: Ivan, John N.
Department: Civil & Environmental Engineering
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Excerpt: Dr. Ivan’s research is focused on the statistical and mathematical modeling of transportation systems, with a special emphasis on road crash prediction. In particular he focuses on several main areas: (1) how the relationship between traffic volume and crash incidence varies from one collision type to another, (2) using GIS land use inventories to estimate […]
Categories | Keywords: Civil and Environmental Engineering, driver behavior of senior populations, highway crash prediction, pedestrian safety, representing exposure to highway crashes, road safety, statistical modeling of transportation systems, vehicle speed forecasting

Faculty Member: Jackson, Eric
Department: Civil & Environmental Engineering
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Excerpt: Dr. Jackson’s research has been focused on improving the crash data collection process in Connecticut as well as providing public access to crash data and transportation safety analysis tools. His main research falls into the following areas: (1) Revising Connecticut’s 20 year old crash report form and data submission system used by public safety officers […]
Categories | Keywords: Civil and Environmental Engineering, crash data repository, data visualization, transportation safety, web tool design

Faculty Member: Jain, Faquir
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Affiliation: Institute of Materials Science
Excerpt: Miniaturized wireless biosensors, that can be subcutaneously inserted using a syringe, are being developed to continuously monitor glucose and other analyte levels to manage diabetes. Quantum dot superlattice (QDSL) structures for electronics (novel 2-bit FETs, SRAM and flash memories) and high efficiency solar cells.
Categories | Keywords: acoustic optic and electro optic modulator structures, blue green semi- conductor lasers, Electrical and Computer Engineering, microelectronic/optoelectronic devices and ICs, modeling of MOS gate SiGe MODFETS, multiple quantum well light valves/modulators and SLMs, optoelectronically triggered lasers, transport in quantum wires and dots

Faculty Member: Javidi, Bahram
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
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Excerpt: The Optical Imaging and 3D Visualization Laboratory under the supervision of Prof. Javidi is focused on the state of the art research for design, assembly, implementation, and testing optical and digital imaging systems, including three dimensional imaging, 3D TV, nano-scale imaging, low light level 3D imaging, 3D integral imaging systems, 3D holographic display, stereo displays, […]
Categories | Keywords: 3D displays, 3D imaging, 3D microscopy, authentication, bio-photonics, Electrical and Computer Engineering, image encryption, image recognition, object and hardware security, security

Faculty Member: Jordan, Eric
Department: Mechanical Engineering
Affiliation: Institute of Materials Science
Excerpt: Dr. Jordan currently has six funded projects, including three sponsored by industry.   One active area is the fabrication of coatings by plasma spray — primarily thermal barrier coatings for gas turbines — although one very successful coating project was a nano wear coating for the Navy that saved $25 million. In plasma spray, Dr. Jordan […]
Categories | Keywords: constitutive modeling, high temperature materials, Institute of Materials Science, life prediction, Mechanical Engineering, non-destructive evaluation of coatings, plasma spray, solution precursor plasma spray (SPPS), thermal barrier coatings

Faculty Member: Khan, Mohammad Maifi Hasan
Department: Computer Science & Engineering
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Excerpt: Dr. Maifi Khan’s research has been focused on scalable cloud platform for large scale data analytics, reliability of large scale distributed systems, and cyber-physical systems. He is investigating ways to leverage cloud infrastructure for real-time monitoring of sensor streams and data analytic tasks such as motif mining. Analyzing and understanding complex, large scale distributed systems […]
Categories | Keywords: behavior-based mobile authentication, cloud-based data analytics, Computer Science and Engineering, human factors in computing, large-scale distributed systems, software performance and reliability

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