Graduate Research

Graduate students in the College of Engineering & Computing work with faculty and undergraduates on important research projects.

Chemical, Paper & Biomedical Engineering Dr. Sparks speaking with 2 students

For more information about graduate research in the CPB Department, check out their graduate research page. Some current graduate research projects include:

  • CO2 reforming of methane
  • Photo catalytic oxidation of fuel vapors
  • Hierarchical Composite Constructs as Tissue Engineering Scaffolds
  • Using Ionic Liquid Mixtures for the Extraction of Organosulfur Compounds from Petroleum Streams

Computer Science & Software Engineering

For more information about graduate research in the CPB Department, check out their graduate research page. Some current graduate research projects include:

  • Enhanced Immersive Virtual Environment Reorientation: Intelligent Imperceptible Alignment
  • Real-Time Prediction of Virtual Environment Motion Sickness Using Postural Sway
  • Miami Illinois Language User Extensible Dictionary
  • Artificial Potential Field Redirected Walking

Electrical & Computer Engineering Professor working with student

For more information about graduate research in the ECE Department, check out their graduate research page. Some current graduate research projects include:

  • Reconfigurable RF Systems
  • Software-defined multi-functional LPI/LPD adaptive radar for network-centric applications
  • Automatic Modulation Classification Systems
  • Fingerprint Enhancement Algorithm

Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering 

For more information about graduate research in the MME Department, check out their graduate research page. Some current graduate research projects include:

  • Optimization of Control Surface Parameters Towards Active Aeroservoelastic Control Using the Method of Receptances
  • Reduction of Vibration by Oscillating Boundaries and its Application in Rotordynamics
  • Structural Response of Conical Structures due to Combined Thermal and Structural Loading using Reduced Order Modeling
  • A Numerical Model of a Two-Pass, Cross-Flow Conformal Heat Exchanger for Aerospace Applications