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Mechanics, Computation, and Design Focus Areas

Dr. Wagner's research is multidisciplinary and includes undergraduate and graduate students and postdoctoral researchers from bioengineering, mechanical engineering and biology programs.Research in this area is in both the theoretical and the experimental aspects of computer-aided design and manufacturing, design for manufacturing, design optimization, model-based design, reliability, dynamic and control systems, vision-based control mechanism and machine theory, robotics, and tribology.

Current focus areas are in multiscale material modeling and design, computational bioengineering, multiphysics modeling, controls and robotics, and design automation.






Fitzpatrick Hall of Engineering FacultyMultidisciplinary Research Building Faculty
Stephen M. Batill Glen L. Niebur
J. William Goodwine, Jr. Timothy C. Ovaert
Karel Matous Philippe Sucosky
James M. Schmiedeler Diane M. Wagner
Fabio Semperlotti
Michael M. Stanisic