Centers, institutes, or laboratories (CILs) are organized units devoted to research, scholarly, and creative activities. CILs are developed and require approval by cognizance college administrators and the Faculty Senate.
Finding interdisciplinary answers to advanced materials science problems.
A multi-disciplinary research organization with an emphasis on understanding condensed matter response at extreme conditions.
Investigating the dynamics of bat and ball collisions to help regulating agencies better understand equipment performance through experimental testing and numeric models.
Other School-Affiliated Groups
Developing new building materials from recycled and virgin resources, as well as innovative structural systems.
Working on the behavior of thermo-mechanical solids and engineering phenomena at the Nano level.
Modeling, influencing, and quantifying self-organized patterns in complex dynamical systems.
Producing agricultural fertilizers, refined petroleum, and high pressure fuels for everything from automobiles to deep space rockets.
Addressing societal challenges in global security, human health, energy, and the maintenance and restoration of environmental quality.
Conducting cutting edge research on electric field induced particle-particle interactions and their applications for micro devices, and Isoelectric Focusing.
Working to make compliance and safer, more efficient human/robot interaction a reality.
Focusing on manufacturing techniques for polymer composites and new smart materials (including the development of self-healing structural composites).
Focusing on materials and structures for implants and drug delivery, and micromachined ultrasonic transducers in biomedical imaging and therapeutics.
Promoting the advanced microstructure characterization, simulation, and design of solids.
A bat is checked in the Sport Science Laboratory.