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Texas A&M University - Kingsville - 2016

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Research Description

Research Description By Graduate Engineering Department

Civil Engineering

Sustainable Materials & Constructions
Rainwater Harvesting
Green Roof Technologies
Renewable & Alt. Energy Solutions
Thermally Powered Technologies

Computer Science

A Frame Work in Windows for Network Traffic Analysis using GPU

Emotionally Driven Text-to-Speech Facial Animation for Avatar

Wireless Sensor Network

Cloud Computing Using Amazon EC2

Development of Real-time Air Pollution

Electrical Engineering

Image Data Mining for Countering Homeland Security Threats

Modeling Charge transport in nanotubes & nanowires

Microwaves Antennas with the active patch composed of carbon nanotubes & ultra-thin metals films

Non-uniform sampling

Effects of physical strain on the opto-electronic properties of silicon nanowires.

Environmental Engineering

Impact Assessment of Proposed Electric Generating Units on Urban Air Quality in South Texas;

Elucidation of SGD's - Submarine Groundwater Discharges in the Semi-Arid Region of South Texas;

Model Simulations of Upwelling of Persistent Bioaccumulative Toxic (PBT) Organic Pollutants from Contaminated Bed Sediments for Base Flow Events;

Effects of Activation Time and Temperature on the Physical and Chemical Properties of Waste-Derived Activated Carbon;

Evaluation of Hydrogenotrophic Reductive Dechlorination and Ethenotrophic Oxidative Cometabolism as Complementary Mechanisms for IN SITU Chloroethene Biodegradation;

"General Methods of Activation for the Manufacture of Activated Carbon Adsorbents Using Waste-Derived Materials for Air Quality Control Applications;

Equilibrium Adsorption and Hysteresis Effect of Water Vapor onto a Series of Activated Carbon Adsorbents;

Solid Phase Characterization of Chromium Immobilization in Hydrogen-Supplied Sediment Columns;

Parameters Affecting In-Cabin to On-Roadway (I/O) Ultrafine Particle Concentration Ratios;

Source Apportionment of Volatile Organic Compounds in Urban Areas of South Texas Using Positive Matrix Factorization;

Model Simulations of Particle Aggregation Effect on Colloid Exhange between Streams and Streambeds;

Children's Exposure to Vehicular-Emitted Ultrafine Particles and Other Associate Pollutants;

Substrate Utilization and Bioclogging in Hydrogen and Ethanol Fed Soil Columns
In-Situ Leaching Groundwater;

Biorestoration Using Hydrogen as Uranium Reductant;

Determination of the Ultrafine Particle Collection Efficiency of a Nanometer Aerosol Sampler;

Life Cycle Assessment for Air Emission Control Technologies;

Adsorption Desorption System to Dampen Fluctuating Concentrations of VOC's Generated from Waste Gas Streams;











Industrial Management

Quality Assurance, Fluid Power, CAD/CAM, Industrial Management; Industrial Materials and Industrial Controls

Research Description By Engineering Research Center

Eagle Ford Center for Research, Education & Outreach

Pipeline Safety

Institute for Architectural Engineering Heritage

Historic Documentation

Institute for Sustainable Energy and the Environment

Control of Nitric Oxide Emissions Using Enhanced Oxidation, Scrubbing and Biofiltration;

Nutrient Removal Performance and Modeling in a Constructed Channel Wetlands in South Texas;

Biological Air Emissions Control for the Forest Products Industry of the Future;

Evaluation of New Methods for Development of Sustainable Roadside Landscapes for the State of Texas;