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University of North Carolina at Charlotte - 2016

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Research Description

Research Description By Graduate Engineering Department

Civil and Environmental Engineering

Environmental Engineering, Water Treatment Engineering, Chemical Fate and Transport, Water Resources, Environmental Management, Risk and Reliability Analysis, Natural Disasters, ISO Management Systems, Environmental Impact Assessment, Waste Containment Systems, Soil and Groundwater Remediation, Experimental Soil Mechanics, Deep Foundation Engineering, Soil Improvement and Site Characterization, Structural Analysis and Design, Forensic Engineering, Timber Design, Structural Materials, Composite Materials, and Structural Strengthening

Computer Science

Embedded Systems, Engineering Simulation, Applied Computer Graphics, Computational Methods in Power Systems, Control Systems, Nonlinear Analysis, Network Synthesis, Device Characterization, Parameterization and Modeling, Antennas, Random Processes and Optimum Filtering, Advanced Electromagnetic Field Theory, Digital Signal Processing, Foundation of Optical Engineering, Analog Integrated Circuit Design, VLSI Systems Design, Advanced VLSI Systems Design, Physical Electgronics, Semiconductor Optoelectronic Materials and Devices, Device Electronics for Integrated Circuits, Electronic Thin Film Materials and Devices, Digital Communication Systems, Introduction to VLSI Processing, Power Generation: Operation and Control, Dynamic and Transient Analysis of Power Systems, and Introduction to VHDL

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Biomedical Acoustics, Communications, Computer Generated Holograms, Digital Systems, Fiber Optics, Fiber Optics Sensors, IC Testing, Integrated Force Arrays, Micro Actuators, Microelectronics, Microwave Devices, Nanodevices, Non-Linear Optical Materials, Optical Interconnect, Optoelectronics, Power Systems, Quantum Electronics, RF Devices, and VLSI Design.

Engineering Technology and Construction Management

Sustainable Material and Renewable Technology and Thermal Analysis.

Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Science

Biomedical Engineering, Computational Mechanics, Computer-Aided Design, Computer- Integrated Manufacturing, Engineering Materials, High Speed and Advanced Machinery, Machine Design, Machine Tool Accuracy, Machine Tool Stability, Manufacturing Engineering, Materials Science, Metrology, Motorsports Engineering, Precision Engineering, Solid Mechanics, and Thermal/Fluid Sciences.

Systems Engineering and Engineering Management

Global Optimization, Large Scale Optimization, Lean Six Sigma, Logistics and Supply Chain, Network Interdiction, Nonlinear Programming, Production and Distribution Planning, and Risk Analysis.

Research Description By Engineering Research Center

Center for Biomedical Engineering and Science (CBES)

The Center's mission is to foster interdisciplinary collaborations to advance research and development of biomedical engineering systems. CBES has the potential to strongly impact biomedical engineering research and practices by providing a unique environment in which critical biomedical problems are investigated and solved through the use of cross-disciplinary teams. CBES will work to synergize discrete departmental efforts into a world-class center focused on improving the healthcare of our society.

Center for Lean Logistics and Engineered Systems (CLLES)

The mission of the Center for Lean Logistics & Engineered Systems (CLLES) is to position UNC Charlotte as a premier logistics and engineered systems design, analysis and implementation portal for supply chain, logistics, and engineering professionals from industry, government agencies, and academia. CLLES research areas include integrated global supply chain design and implementation, lean system design, engineered systems integration and optimization, global product development, decision support and marketing, and lean supply chain management.

Center for Optoelectronics and Optical Communications

The Center works with existing and new faculty in optics to develop the infrastructure and research directions needed for a sustainable interdisciplinary center. The Center's efforts focus on advanced integration technologies for photonic devices.

Center for Precision Metrology

Metrology Applications and Algorithms, Machine Performance Metrology and Modeling, Metrology Instrumentation for Nanoscale Science and Engineering, Manufacturing Process Modeling, Machine Dynamics and High-Speed Machining, Computer-aided Tolerancing and Factory Control, Precision Optical-Electrical-Mechanical Systems and Precision Surfaces.

Center for Transportation Policy Studies

Disaster Management,Transportation Operations and Management,Mass Transit,Travel Information, Tourism and Regional Development, and Intelligent Transportation Systems

Charlotte Research Institute

CRI is the portal for business-university technology partnerships at UNC Charlotte. Building on the internationally known results of its research centers in Precision Metrology, eBusiness Technology, and Optoelectronics, CRI supports new research ventures, university partnerships with regional and national enterprises, and spin-off companies created from UNC Charlotte research results. CRI's research vision will continue to grow as emerging research initiatives, such as bioinformatics, develop at UNC Charlotte.

Energy Production and Infrastructure Center (EPIC)

The Energy Production and Infrastructure Center serves the growing energy industry by providing interdisciplinary educational experiences focusing on regional and national advancement of current and developing energy production and distribution methodologies. EPIC is a highly collaborative industry/education partnership that produces not only a technical workforce but also advancements in technology for the global energy industry, all while supporting the Carolinas’ multi-state economic and energy security.

Infrastructure, Design, Environment & Sustainability Center (IDEAS)

High Performance Building Science, Material Science, Natural and Built Site Design and Analysis, Infrastructure and Energy Systems, Educational Outreach and Industry Collaboration

North Carolina Motorsports and Automotive Center

The North Carolina Motorsports and Automotive Research Center (NCMARC) was created to advance the science of motorsports and automotive engineering through the promotion of scholarly works, support of funded research, procurement of unique equipment and capabilities, and the provision of technical resources for the motorsports and automotive industry. The Center will support basic and applied interdisciplinary research in the areas of (1) automotive technology, (2) computational and experimental aerodynamics, (3) vehicle dynamics, (4) safety, (5) power plant research, (6) electronics and optoelectronics, (7) physiology and kinesiology, and (8) marketing and business impacts.