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Research Keyword: Institute of Materials Science

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Faculty: Gell, Maurice
Department: Materials Science & Engineering
Excerpt: Current research is consistent with Dr. Gell’s career professional interests of commercializing laboratory innovations. Ten years ago, the first ceramic coating was prepared by the new Solution Precursor Plasma Spray (SPPS) process. Considerable UConn research & development, with emphasis on the unique microstructural features generated by the SPPS process, has led to the development of […]
Categories | Keywords: gas turbine materials, high temperature coatings, high temperature materials, Institute of Materials Science, Materials Science and Engineering, superalloys, thermal barrier coatings

Faculty: Gokirmak, Ali
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: Nanoelectronics Laboratory at UConn is equipped with electrical characterization tools for semiconductor characterization. We perform temperature dependent measurements on thin films and nano-scale devices using conventional and custom made tools. We also perform electro-thermal and semiconductor device simulations using COMSOL multi-physics and Synopsys Sensaurus. Our main focus has been the electro-thermal processes at small scales […]
Categories | Keywords: Electrical and Computer Engineering, electrical characterization, electronic transport, finite element simulations, Institute of Materials Science, nano-scale, phase change memory, semiconductors, thermoelectricity

Faculty: Hebert, Rainer
Department: Materials Science & Engineering
Excerpt: Rapid solidification processing (RSP) has over the last three decades greatly extended the range of commercial alloys. The deviations from equilibrium during RSP can induce novel phases or microstructures and hence contribute to alloys with improved properties. During additive manufacturing of metallic components cooling rates reach 104 K/s locally and are therefore similar to cooling […]
Categories | Keywords: additive manufacturing, Institute of Materials Science, metallurgy, phase transformations, rapid solidification, steels, titanium alloys

Faculty: Hoshino, Kazunori
Department: Biomedical Engineering
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: Huey, Bryan
Department: Materials Science & Engineering
Excerpt: Bryan Huey is a professor and department head in the department of Materials Science and Engineering. Before joining UConn in 2004, Bryan was a postdoc at NIST and Oxford University. He earned his PhD from the University of Pennsylvania and BS from Stanford University. Bryan’s research focuses on the development and application of novel microscopy […]
Categories | Keywords: Atomic Force Microscopy, characterization of various nanomaterials and structures, coating, ferroelectrics, high speed AFM and combined AFM/optics, In-situ imaging of micro-electro-mechanical-systems, Institute of Materials Science, Materials Science and Engineering, nanomechanical dynamics of tissue and living cells, nanoparticles, nanoscale performance mapping of photovoltaics, nanotechnology, phase change memory, photovoltaic reliability and accelerated lifetime testing, photovoltaics, piezoactuation of novel piezoelectrics, piezoelectrics, switching dynamics in ferroelectric and multiferroic materials, ultrasonic micro-manipulation, university-industry partnerships

Faculty: Jordan, Eric
Department: Mechanical Engineering
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: Laurencin, Cato T.
Department: Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Laurencin is a designated University Professor at UCONN. He is the first physician-scientist elected to the Institute of Medicine, the National Academy of Engineering and the National Academy of Inventors. He is an international leader in broad areas of biomaterials, polymers, polymer-ceramics and stem cell technology and founded the field of Regenerative Engineering. He […]
Categories | Keywords: biomaterials, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, drug delivery, Institute of Materials Science, nanotechnology, polymer engineering, polymers, regenerative engineering, stem cell technology

Faculty: Lee, Seok-Woo
Department: Materials Science & Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Lee’s research has been focused on the synthesis of advanced structural materials or engineered nano-/micro-structures accompanied with fundamental studies of the mechanical properties of materials at both macroscopic and microscopic length scales. His main research falls into the following areas: (1) mechanical tests of alloys and metallic composites (the measurement of strength and hardness); […]
Categories | Keywords: dislocation mechanics, in-situ nanomechanical test, Institute of Materials Science, Materials Science and Engineering, metal plasticity, metallurgy, nanoindentation, radiation damage, rapid solidification, strengthening

Faculty: Lei, Yu
Department: Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Lei’s research concentrates on the development of various (bio)sensors. Many areas of medicine, the environment, and food and agriculture – ranging from the diagnosis of disease to new drug discovery, screening and food safety, as well as pollutant monitoring – involve the detection of biological and chemical species. Dr. Lei aims at development of […]
Categories | Keywords: biocompatible materials, bionanotechnology, bioremediation, biosensor, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, electrochemistry, environmental biotechnology, Institute of Materials Science, metal oxide fabrication, microfluidics, nanomaterials, sensors

Faculty: Ma, Anson W. K.
Department: Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Ma’s research group focuses on understanding the flow behavior, or rheology, of complex fluids (e.g. suspensions, foams, and emulsions) thereby developing novel, scalable techniques for processing these fluids into multifunctional, high performance articles (e.g. films, fibers, and polymer composites). Current projects include how to exploit the size and shape of particles to: (1) create […]
Categories | Keywords: 3D printing, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, inkjet printing flexible electronics, Institute of Materials Science, nanotechnology, polymer composites, rheology

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