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Research Keyword: Mechanical Engineering

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Faculty: Bzymek, Zbigniew
Department: Mechanical Engineering
Excerpt: Developer of Conceptual Design Theory, Designer and Constructor of Structures, Researcher and Educator of Engineers; PhD., Bridge Building and Design 1968 – Warsaw University of Technology, M.Sc. in Civil Engineering 1959, Warsaw University of Technology; M.Sc., Structural Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan 1961. As a result of extensive research put together several packages […]
Categories | Keywords: biotechnology, Brief Theory of Inventive Problem Solving, computer analysis of structures, Conceptual Design Theory, manufacturing automation, Mechanical Engineering, nanotechnology, size reduction

Faculty: Cao, Chengyu
Department: Mechanical Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Chengyu Cao joined the Mechanical Engineering Department in 2008. Prior to that, he was a research scientist in the Department of Aerospace and Ocean Engineering at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. He received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2004. He earned his B.S. degree in […]
Categories | Keywords: adaptive and unmanned system, dynamics and control, Mechanical Engineering, mechatronics

Faculty: Cassenti, Brice
Department: Mechanical Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Cassenti joined the Department of Mechanical Engineering in 2009. Professor Cassenti received his B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn in 1968, 1969, and 1972. At the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn he worked on re-entry vehicles and heat transfer. He joined Bell Telephone Laboratories in 1971 where he worked on […]
Categories | Keywords: advanced propulsion, applied mechanics, computational mechanics, Mechanical Engineering, supercomputing

Faculty: Cetegen, Baki M.
Department: Mechanical Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Cetegen joined the Mechanical Engineering Department in 1987. Prior to that, he was a research fellow at the University of California, Irvine and a research engineer and group leader at Energy and Environmental Research Corporation, Irvine, CA. He received his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Bosphorous University (1978), the University […]
Categories | Keywords: flame dynamics, fluid mechanics, Institute of Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, optical diagnostics, turbulent combustion

Faculty: Chen, Xu
Department: Mechanical Engineering
Excerpt: Prof. Xu Chen’s research interests are theory and applications of dynamic systems and controls to advance the technology development in modern engineering systems. He has worked closely with the precision control and information storage industries, and helped Western Digital Corporation to develop multiple new control and system designs for industrial mass production. His other contributions […]
Categories | Keywords: advanced manufacturing, complex systems, human-machine collaboration, Institute of Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, mechatronics, optimization, precision engineering, robotics, systems and controls

Faculty: Chiu, Wilson K.S.
Department: Mechanical Engineering
Excerpt: Materials used in energy storage and conversion (e.g. fuel cells, batteries, electrolyzers, CO2 separation membranes) all consist of heterogeneous functional materials that exhibit functional behavior in a manner that controls their collective performance as an energy system. There is a critical need to understand the role of a material’s structure, morphology, and composition on system […]
Categories | Keywords: energy materials, heat and mass transfer, Institute of Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering

Faculty: Faghri, Amir
Department: Mechanical Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Faghri’s most profound contributions are related to his development of the multiphase heat and mass transfer analysis that have enabled today’s widespread deployment of macro- and micro-two-phase energy systems. Dr. Faghri has served as a principal investigator conducting research in the area of thermal management and multiphase transport phenomena for applications ranging from advanced […]
Categories | Keywords: electronic cooling, fuel cells, heat and mass transfer, heat exchangers, heat pipes, Mechanical Engineering, multiphase thermal management, thermal energy storage

Faculty: Fan, Tai-Hsi
Department: Mechanical Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Fan’s current research focuses on theoretical investigations of colloidal hydrodynamics and multiphase transport phenomena. Examples of these fluids are dispersions of nanoparticles, bubbles, proteins, lipid assemblies, and polymer mixtures, which have broad applications in manufacturing, sustainable energy, pharmaceutical, food, and life sciences. Understanding the fluid properties and flow behaviors of complex dispersions is critical […]
Categories | Keywords: applied mathematical modeling, fluid mechanics, Mechanical Engineering, multiphase transport phenomena, soft matters

Faculty: Giblin, David
Department: Mechanical Engineering
Excerpt: David Giblin is an Assistant-Professor-in-Residence. His research areas are kinematics, dynamics, and optimization. His research centers on manipulation theory and control of mechanical systems. Dr. Giblin teaches sophomore level undergraduate engineering courses in a variety of disciplines and graduate mechanical engineering courses that support the Master of Engineering (MENG) program. He also serves as an […]
Categories | Keywords: control systems, distance education, kinematics, manipulation theory, Master of Engineering (MENG) program, Mechanical Engineering

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

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