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University of Denver - 2016

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Research Description By Graduate Engineering Department

Applied Research & Technology Institute

Research in ARTI is focused on partnerships and collaborative efforts to improve STEM education as well as address issues with Space Exploration, Security, and other military and business issues for which expertise in research, evaluation and development are required. Our special skills include developing custom instrumentation, conducting vulnerability and risk analysis and energetic materials testing.

Research Description By Engineering Research Center

Center for Applied Research & Technology

Research in ARTI is focused on partnerships and collaborative efforts to improve STEM education as well as address issues with Space Exploration, Security, and other military and business issues for which expertise in research, evaluation and development are required. Our special skills include developing custom instrumentation, conducting vulnerability and risk analysis and energetic materials testing.

Center for Nanoscale Science & Engineering

The Center for Nanoscale Science and Engineering is a cooperative effort among several departments of the University of Denver. It conducts state-of-the-art research in the area of nanoscience and nanoengineering and offers state-of-the-art undergraduate and graduate education in the above area.

Center for Orthopaedic Engineering

The Center for Orthopaedic Engineering applies engineering principles to investigate clinically relevant issues. Ongoing projects include the evaluation of joint mechanics in the knee, hip, shoulder and spine, musculoskeletal modeling, wearable sensor systems, modeling fluid-solid interactions.

Colorado Research Institute for Security & Privacy

The Colorado Research Institute for Security and Privacy (CRISP) is an active research group in information security at the University of Denver. CRISP is dedicated to creating security software that is directly useful for a broad audience, going beyond the usual construction of academic proof-of-concept prototypes.

ME Material Science Center for Advanced Materials

The Center for Advanced Materials is recognized internationally in the area of high-voltage composite insulators, high-temperature composites of aerospace applications, and for its work on the damage predictions in various composite systems.

NSF Center for Novel High Voltage/Temperature Materials and Structures

The Center provides a forum for industry and university cooperative research efforts including evaluation, design, modeling and development of high voltage and high temperature materials and structures for energy transfer, aerospace, automotive and other applications.

NSF Center for Robots & Sensors for Human Well-being

The Center provides a forum for industry/university cooperative research efforts to develop technological advancements in robotics and sensing as they impact key areas of economic importance to the nation and the well-being of individuals.

NSF Center for Safety, Security & Rescue

The Center on Safety, Security and Rescue is a consortium of companies and universities working on industry-relevant medium-term research of interest to all parties. The SSR-RC is focused on the emerging field of Safety, Security, and Rescue Research, which includes a variety of topics in homeland security and emergency preparedness and response.