|Last Name||First Name|
Available spots in lab
|Department||Research Summary (Please provide a short summary so student's can know what type of project they will be working on)||Research or Lab Website Link|
|Abolhasani||Milad||2||Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering||The Abolhasani lab is focused on development of microscale flow chemistry technologies tailored toward addressing the most pervasive challenge of the modern world: The interdependency of the growing worldwide energy demand and preserving the environment. The lab's research thrusts include (a) studies of the underlying nucleation and growth mechanisms of colloidal perovskite nanocrystals for energy applications, (b) green and continuous manufacturing of pharmaceutical compounds, and (c) development of switchable solvents as a sustainable strategy for distillation-free solvent recovery.||https://www.abolhasanilab.com/|
|Aysu||Aydin||1||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Dr. Aysu conducts research on cybersecurity with an emphasis on hardware-based security. The focus of his research is the development of secure systems that prevent advanced cyber attacks targeting hardware vulnerabilities. To that end, his research interests cover applied cryptography, computer architecture, and digital hardware design.||https://research.ece.ncsu.edu/aaysu/research.html|
|CHEN||AL||2||Accounting||Measuring and monitoring toward Sustainability and circular economy.|
Analyzing unstructured data embedded in the corporate responsibility reports.
Modeling challenges in energy sustainability using data analytic tools.
|Chi||Min||2||Computer Science||Data Mining and Machine learning,||https://www.csc.ncsu.edu/people/mchi|
|Chow||Mo-Yuen||4||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Project1: Distributed Intelligence in the Smart Grid|
Description: In this project, the students will learn the concepts of distributed computing and networked control, then apply the concepts to smart grid control applications. The project milestones are
1. Study the theoretical basis of the consensus algorithm,
2. Implement the consensus algorithm on the embedded system.
Project2: Building Smarter Cities with Intelligent Transportation – An IoT Project
Description: A project aimed at developing an intelligent transportation system to autonomously manage traffic in a Smart City testbed.
Participants in this project will build and program unmanned autonomous vehicles that intelligently coordinate navigation, speed control and energy consumption to increase operational efficiency of the city.
|Crook||Nathan||2||Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering||We genetically engineer probiotic microbes to generate "smart" living therapeutics.||www.crooklab.net|
|Dickey||Michael||1||Chemical Engineering||Soft robotics, stretchable electronics, shape programmable materials, liquid metals, polymers, microfabrication||https://www.cbe.ncsu.edu/dickeygroup|
|Dong||Jingyan||2||Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering||Printed electronics, 3D printing, micro/nano manufacturing||https://sites.google.com/a/ncsu.edu/jdong/|
Students will work on one of the following topics: automation in civil infrastructure management (esp. construction) through visual sensing (computer vision) and robotics; visual sensing and AR/VR for safety controls and management.
|Hyman||Michael||1||Plant and Microbial Biology||Environmental microbiology|
|Hyman||Mike||1||Plant and Microbial Biology||Role of soluble monooxygenases in the biodegradation of environmental pollutants|
|Lobaton||Edgar||2||Electrical and Computer Engineering||The lab focuses on the development of tools for the fields of pattern recognition, estimation theory, and statistical and topological data analysis in order to solve problems in the areas of wearable health and environmental monitoring, robotics and computer vision.||https://research.ece.ncsu.edu/aros/|
|Luo||Hong||4||Mechanical and aerospace engineering||computational fluid dynamics, high performance computing||https://www.mae.ncsu.edu/people/hluo2/|
|Martin||Katherine||2||Foresty and Environment Resources||Students will work with graduate students on their research project. I can accept students on two ends of a spectrum: I am particularly interested in students with basic GIS skills would want to learn the SWAT hydrologic model. It is an extension of Arc-GIS and is a well established model that is widely used to examine agricultural, forestry, development and climate change affects on stream flow and water quality. Thus, a good skill for those interested in water and natural resources management. I can also accept a student that wants to work across social and natural sciences, potentially analyzing the results of interviews of students and teachers on the ecosystem services provided by green infrastructure on school grounds.||https://watershedecology.weebly.com/|
|Mayhorn||Christopher||1||Psychology||Human Factors, Ergonomics, Information Security, Safety||http://faculty.chass.ncsu.edu/cbmayhor|
|Menegatti||Stefano||2||Chemical Engineering||Drug delivery; Stimuli-responsive textiles||http://biopep.wordpress.ncsu.edu/|
|Menegatti||Stefano||3||Chemical Engineering||Drug delivery; bioactive peptide and peptoid molecules; material science and engineering.||https://biopep.wordpress.ncsu.edu|
|Ortiz||Alejandra||1||Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering||We are interested in understanding how atoll tropical islands are changing under rising sea levels. We use remote sensing and numerical modeling to understand and predict this evolution. We are looking for students to work on either a remote sensing based project using Google Earth Engine and python to investigate global atoll island sizes and shapes or a project focused on using numerical models to investigate how wave climate and storms drive atoll island evolution (again python or matlab coding would be used).||https://alejaortiz7.wixsite.com/research|
|Spontak||Richard||1||Chem and Biomol Eng/Mater Sci and Eng||Development of new stimuli-responsive polymers based on physically-crosslinked thermoplastic elastomers|
|Wei||Qingshan||2||Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering||Our group focuses on developing low-cost and field-portable diagnostic technologies for point-of-care disease diagnostics. We work on miniature optical sensors, molecular assays, lab-on-a-chip devices, microfludics, and nanoparticles to facilitate biomarker detection and disease surveillance in the resource-limited settings.||https://weigroup.wordpress.ncsu.edu/|
|Wong||Chau-Wai||1||Electrical & Computer Engineering||[Please refer to the one on file]||https://people.engr.ncsu.edu/cwong9/|
|Zhou||Huiyang||1||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Computer architecture and systems with a focus on CPU & GPU microarchitecture, non-volatile memory, processor security, and compiler optimizations.||http://people.engr.ncsu.edu/hzhou|
|Zhu||Yong||4||Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering||nanomaterials, nanomechanics, flexible and stretchable electronics||www.mae.ncsu.edu/zhu|