Faculty Research in AME
Below is a listing of current AME faculty and their linked research interests.
Listed alphabetically by last name
Fluid Mechanics, Multiphase Flows, Complex Fluids.
Aerodynamics; Aeroelasticity; Aeroacoustics and Noise Control; Hydrodynamics; Turbo-Machinery; Unsteady Flow; Applied Mathematics; Numerical Analysis.
Micro/Nanofluidics and Transport; Electrokinetics; Molecular Diagnostics.
Fluid Instabilities and Transition to Turbulence; Control of Turbulent Boundary Layers; Flow Visualization Techniques and Flow Control; Computational Fluid Dynamics.
In-Flight Nano and Micro-Droplet Production and Interaction; Internal Flow Cavitation;Microparticle Adhesion to Surfaces in Electric Fields.
Chemical Analysis; Aerosol Dynamics; Thermal-Fluid MEMS/NEMS.
J. William Goodwine
Nonlinear Control Theory.
Aero-Optical Properties of Transonic Boundary Layers and Shear Layers.
Control Systems, Iterative Learning Control, Additive Manufacturing, Tissue Engineering, Mechatronic Design, Microfluidic Devices, Microelectromechanical Systems, Cell Mechanics and Biomedical Applications.
Assessment of Energy Technologies and Pathways to a Sustainable Energy Future.
Sub and Supersonic, Steady and Unsteady Aerodynamics; Hypersonics; Real Gas Phenomena; Plasma Dynamics and Laser Physics; Fluid Mechanic; Transport Phenomena and Mixing; Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Reaction; Kinetics and Surface Catalysis; Aero-Optical Phenomena.
Computational Mechanics and Physics, Computational Science and Engineering; Multi-scale/Multi-time/Multi-physics Modeling of Complex Heterogeneous Systems; High-performance Parallel Computing; Experimental and Numerical Microtomography Based Modeling of Materials.
Experimental Fluid Mechanics; High Reynolds Number Flows; Vorticity Dynamics; Turbulence Measurement and Theory; Turbomachinery Flows, Aeroacoustics.
Aerodynamics; Fluid Mechanics; Aircraft Stability and Control.
Biomechanics; Solid Mechanics; Computational Mechanics.
Tribology; Materials Characterization; Design and Manufacturing.
Computational Modeling Using Wavelets; Properties of Nanofluids; Micromorphic Multiphase Mixers; Model Reduction in Homogeneous Reactive Flows; Adaptive Model Reduction.
Fluid Mechanics; Gas Dynamics; Two-Phase Flow; Detonation and Combustion Theory; Numerical Methods; Applied Mathematics.
R. Mark Rennie
Aero-Optics; Flow Control; Wind Tunnel Design and Testing.
Biomaterials; Biomechanics; Materials Science; Mechanical Behavior.
Tribology Applied to Manufacturing Processes; Orthopedic.
Machine Design; Kinematics and Dynamics; Robotics.
Complex Systems; Intelligent Systems; Energy Applications; Chaos; Hydrodynamics of Electron Flow in Semiconductors; Biofluids and Bioheat Transfer; Micro-Scale Dynamics and Heat Transfer.
Mechanism and Machine Theory and Design; Mechanism Synthesis; Design of Dextrous Manipulators; Design of Humanoids; Design of Electromechanical Human Protheses.
Biofluid Mechanics; Cardiovascular Mechanobiology; Biomedical Device Design and Development.
Experimental Fluid Dynamics/Aerodynamics; Turbulent Shear Flows; Flow Stability and Transition; Compressible Shear Layers; Advanced Digital Signal Processing Techniques; Flow Control.
Multiphase and Free Surface Flows; Phase Changes, including Boiling and Solidification; Vortex Flows and Combustion; Numerical Methods.
Biomechanics; Bioengineering, Solid Mechanics.