Omowunmi Sadik's research program focuses on
understanding the mechanism of the transduction of chemical information at
interfaces, and using this knowledge in the pursuit of innovative biosensing
technologies, functional materials and devices.
Seokheun Choi's research
focuses on Bioelectronics & Microsystems, Biomedical Engineering,
Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Manufacturing Technology,
BioMEMS/MEMS/NEMS, Microfluidics, Biosensors, Biofuel Cells
Stephen Levy investigates the physics of individual
biomolecules, like DNA, in nanofabricated fluidic structures. He is interested
in the application of nanofluidic technology to biological analysis and as a
Lijun Yin uses
3D object modeling and analysis; Motion tracking; Face, gesture, and facial
expression recognition and generation; Biometrics, HCI, Image analysis and
Chuan-Jian Zhong focuses
on the design, synthesis, characterization, and application of novel strategies
and functional nanomaterials for solving challenging problems in sustainable
energy production, conversion and storage (e.g., fuel cells and batteries), and
in chemical, biological, and biomedical detection and intervention (e.g.,
chemical sensors and biosensors)
Yu Chen's research
addresses security in computer networks and large scale distributed/Grid computer
systems; Internet security protocols; Internet infrastructure security; trust,
security, and privacy in wireless; embedded and pervasive computing; and
reconfigurable /embedded computer architectures.
Ronald Miles' current research interests include the development of biologically-inspired microacoustic sensors. His work led to the discovery of a highly innovative mechanism for directional hearing in the fly. He is currently developing directional microphones for hearing aids that are inspired by the fly's ears.
Shahrzad Towfighian's group is devloping analytical models and experimental verifications of MEMS to thoroughly investigate their linear and nonlinear dynamic responses. A comprehensive model is then used to improve MEMS performance for applications in energy harvesing, microdevices, and biosensors.
Ahyeon Koh's group is developing novel biosensors in the combination of fundamental studies and pioneering engineering efforts that offer multi-disciplinary research opportunities.
Daehan Won's research interest is in large scale data analysis via mathematical progrmming and algorithms. His modeling efforst deal with quantitative descriptions of biosensors kinetic behavior of bioreceptors and targets.