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University of Illinois at Chicago - 2016

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Research Description

Research Description By Graduate Engineering Department


Faculty research areas include: Control of Human Movements, Analysis of EMG Signals, Controlled & Targeted Drug Delivery, Biomedical & Magnetic Resonance Imaging,
Biomechanics, Biomedical Engineering, Instrumentation & Sensors, Molecular Biophysics, DNA Interactions & Kinetics, Electrophysiology, Disabilities Assistive Technology,
Cardio-respiratory Control & Dynamics, Computational Biology, Bioelectromagnetics, Electrical injuries, Vascular Physiology, Rehabilitation Engineering, Tissue Engineering, Cell Encapsulation, BioMEMS, Artificial Organs, Dental- & Bio-Materials, Neuromuscular Stimulation, Blood Substitution, Molecular Ion-Surface Interactions, Rehabilitation Engineering, Retinal Prosthetics & Physiology, Multi-Imaging Modalities, Computer-assisted Molecular Design, Gait Analysis, Cryobiology, Physiology of Fever and Inflammation, Bioinformatics, Neuroscience,Virtual Reality Prototyping, Spine Mechanics, Biofluid Dynamics, Computational Hemodynamics, Striated Muscle Growth, Orthopedics, Biomedical Signal Processing, Protein
Engineering, Pupillography, Musculo-Skeletal Biomechanics, Bioceramics, and Pulmonary Physiology.

Chemical Engineering

Research by the faculty associated with the Department of Chemical Engineering include the areas of combustion and environment, thermodynamics and statistical mechanics, catalysis, particulates and transport, and biochemical engineering.

Civil and Materials Engineering

Faculty research areas include: Urban & Regional Transportation, Structural Mechanics, Limit
Analysis, Optimum Design, Fracture Mechanics, Reliability & Failure Analysis, Hydraulics and
Hydrology, Environmental Engineering, Remote Sensing, Plasticity, Mechanics of Materials,
Computational Mechanics & Finite Element Analysis, Biological Waste, Bioremediation Soil,
Solidification, Phase Stability and Trans-Formations in Metals, Welding, Joining and Coating of Materials, Fuel Cells, Concrete & Steel Structures, Foundation Engineering, Stress Analysis, Rotor Dynamics, Vibrations, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Fluid-Structure Interaction, High Temperature Materials and Corrosion, Tribology, Materials Processing, Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering, Wave Propagation, Elasticity, Composite Materials, and Structural Damage Assessment.

Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Faculty research areas include: Combustion, Convective and Radiative Heat Transfer, Fluid
Mechanics, Multiphase Flows, Mathematical Modeling & Computational Methods, Turbulent
Sprays, Flames, Environmental Engineering, Multibody Dynamics, CAD/CAE, Spine
Mechanics, Vibration, Controls, Facilities Planning, Virtual Reality Manufacturing &
Applications, Micro-Electro-Mechanical Devices (MEMs), Microfluidic Devices,
Electromechanics, Thermomechanics, Automatic Control, Robotics, Automation, Expert
Systems & Artificial Intelligence, Laser/Optical Instrumentation, Holographic Interferometry,
Robust Design, Optimization, Microgravity Combustion, Bifurcation Theory, Chaos, Plasma
Processes, Chemical Physics, Diffusion, Chemical Reacting Flows, Plasma Flows, Materials &
Materials Processing, Kinematics, Mechanisms, Non-Newtonian Fluids, Tissue Engineering,
Biosensors, Gear Theory, Biofluids, Soot Formation, Microelectronic Packaging, Porous Media
Flows, Fire spread & Inhibition, Acoustics, and vibration; Intelligent Materials and Structures,
medical diagnostic techniques, nondestructive evaluation techniques, walking machines, and
Sorption Processes.

Research Description By Engineering Research Center

Energy Resources Center

The Energy Resources Center is an interdisciplinary research and public service organization. It was established in 1973 to conduct studies in the field of energy and to provide local, state, and federal governments and the public with current information on energy technology and policy.