Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

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Professor, CEAS - Computer Science

819D Old Chemistry Building

513-556-4756

I have published 671 papers, given 57 different tutorials and extensive training courses in various conferences in USA, and numerous institutions in Canada, Taiwan, Korea, Jordan, UAE, Malaysia, and India in the areas of Ad hoc and Sensor Networks and Mesh Networks, including security issues. I was appointed as the founding Editor-in-Chief of the Central European Journal of Computer Science, Versita. I have graduated 72 PhDs and 63 MS students. I have also been named as an ISI Highly Cited Researcher in Computer Science (top 3 percent). I have received numerous awards from the IEEE Computer Society, including a Core Member and IEEE second Millennium Medal. I am a winner of 2008 Harry Goode Memorial award from the IEEE Computer Society and 2011 Award for Excellence in Mentoring of Doctoral Students, University of Cincinnati.
Education

B.E., National Institute of Technology Raipur, India, 1966 (Electrical Engineering)

M.E. Hons., Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India, 1968 (Electronics and Communications)

D.Sc., Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) Lausanne, Switzerland, 1975 (Electrical Engineering)

Research Support

Grant: #CNS-0548866 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 07-29-2005 -08-31-2006 National Science Foundation Travel Support for MASS 2005 Conference Role:PI $15,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP03183 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 06-02-2003 -03-15-2004 Department of the Air Force Secure Knowledge Management (SKM) Role:PI $195,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP04170/#1 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 04-01-2004 -09-30-2005 Department of the Air Force Transformation from Data to Information to Knowledge Role:PI $69,012.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #CNS-0439636 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 09-15-2004 -08-31-2005 National Science Foundation MASS 2004 Conference Role:PI $20,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #WSU01117-Y314741 NCE Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 09-01-2000 -08-31-2003 National Science Foundation Opportunistic Parallel Computation Role:PI $67,063.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #CCR-0113361-004-NCE Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 09-01-2001 -02-28-2005 National Science Foundation ITR/SI: On Robust and Secure Mobile ad Hoc and Sensor Networks Role:PI $418,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #CCR-9902748 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 09-15-1999 -08-31-2002 National Science Foundation Multithreaded Execution of Object Oriented Programs Role:PI $189,308.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ANI-9908948 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 06-15-1999 -05-31-2000 National Science Foundation Future Directions in Mobile Computing and Networking Systems Role:PI $30,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #CNS-0724198 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma; Zeng, Qing An 03-01-2007 -02-29-2008 National Science Foundation Travel Support for MASS 2007 Conference Role:PI $15,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #PO 37582 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 11-01-2006 -07-31-2007 Department of the Air Force Fair, Cooperative, and Scalable Routing in Wireless Mesh Networks Role:PI $59,884.59 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #CNS-0721641 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma; Zeng, Qing An 09-01-2007 -08-31-2010 National Science Foundation NeTS: WN- Supporting Multi-Mode Terminals in Integrated Heterogeneous Wireless Network Role:PI $316,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #FA8750-07-C-0130 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 04-26-2007 -01-28-2008 Department of the Air Force Adaptive Distributed Monitoring System (ADMS) for Efficient End-to-End Performance Monitoring in Airborne Networks Role:PI $30,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #FA9550-07-C-0079 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 08-15-2007 -07-14-2009 Department of the Air Force STTR Phase II Topic #AF06-T008 Secure Bulk-Transfer Mesh Network Protocols (MeshXpress) Role:PI $449,993.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #582-2 / AF FA8750-07-C-0161 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 09-01-2007 -12-31-2007 Department of the Air Force An Integrated Robust and Auto-Configurable Network Service Protocol Suite for Wireless Airborne Networks Role:PI $20,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #1251-S001 / W15PT-08-C-B005 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 01-01-2008 -07-01-2008 Department of Defense A07-099 Wireless Network Denial of Service Distributed Monitoring System (WiND0S-DMS) Role:PI $21,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #1252 / W15P7T-08-C-F001 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 01-10-2008 -07-09-2008 Department of the Army A072-100-1312 Multi-hop Base Station Mobility Management Scheme (MBSMMS) Role:PI $21,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #CNS-0822083 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 07-01-2008 -06-30-2009 National Science Foundation Travel Support for MASS 2008 Conference Role:PI $10,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 005742 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 07-01-2008 -06-30-2009 Kroger Company Path Tracking and Statistical Methods for Location Determination from a Central Server Role:PI $25,000.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #CNS-0904873 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 07-01-2009 -06-30-2010 National Science Foundation NSF Travel Support for MASS 2009 Conference Role:PI $12,750.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ECA - Master for 11 Students Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma; Bakshi, Arjun; Berman, Kenneth; Bhatnagar, Raj; Bhattacharya, Prabir; Borowczak, Mike; Chaganti, Shikha; Davis, Karen; Guo, Minzhe; Helmicki, Arthur; Kohram, Mojtaba; Li, Hailong; Mukherjee, Tuhin; Ralescu, Anca; Ren, Zhaowei; Tan, Lirong; Vemuri, Ranganadha; Wu, Chao; Zhu, Cheng 09-01-2012 -08-31-2013 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Education Collaboration Agreement with CCHMC - 11 Students Role:Collaborator $246,693.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #CNS-1636489 Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma 06-01-2016 -05-31-2017 National Science Foundation Travel for IEEE MASS 2016 Role:PI $15,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

Agrawal, D P; Bais, A K (1979. )Histochemical observations on fat body of some insects. Folia morphologica, ,27 (1 ),64-6

Agrawal, D P; Shukla, R N (1978. )Relation between haemolymph proteins and fat body during metamorphosis in Danais chrysippus Linn. II. Biochemistry and experimental biology, ,14 (3 ),239-45

Shukla, R N; Agrawal, D P; Mishra, S (1978. )Relation between haemolymph proteins and fat body during metamorphosis in Sarcophaga lineatocollis. Biochemistry and experimental biology, ,14 (1 ),37-43

Agrawal, D P (1964. )Harappa Culture: New Evidence for a Shorter Chronology.Science (New York, N.Y.), ,143 (3609 ),950-2

Younghwan Yoo, Sanghyun Ahn, and Dharma P. Agrawal “Impact of a Simple Load Balancing Approach and an Incentive-Based Scheme on MANET Performance” .Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, ,

Weihuang Fu, Zhifeng Tao, Jinyun Zhang, and Dharma Agrawal (2010. )“Clustering Based Fractional Frequency Reuse and Fair Resource Allocation in Multi-cell Networks” .IEEE ICC 2010 Wireless and Mobile Networking Symposium, ,

Book Chapter

DeminWang and Dharma P. Agrawal (2005 )Wireless Sensor Networks: Deployment Alternatives and Analytical Modeling .Lambert Academic second edition

Positions and Work Experience

1998 -To Present Ohio Board of Regents Distinguished Prof. of CS, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

Research and Practice Interests

My recent research interests include applications of sensor networks in monitoring Parkinson’s disease patients and neurosis, applications of sensor networks in monitoring fitness of athletes’ personnel wellness, applications of sensor networks in monitoring firefighters physical condition in action, efficient secured communication in Sensor networks, secured group communication in Vehicular Networks, use of Femto cells in LTE technology and interference issues, heterogeneous wireless networks, and resource allocation and security in mesh networks for 4G technology.

Professional Affiliation

08-01-2008 -08-31-2008: IEEE 802.16 Broadband Wireless Access Working Group

08-16-2006 -03-15-2007: Visiting Prof. of ECE Carnegie Mellon Univ, Pittsburgh, PA

07-01-1984 -06-30-1998: Professor, ECE North Carolina State Univ., North Carolina

01-08-1996 -05-31-1997: Technology Consultant, Adv. Communications Rsrch. Lab., AT & T Labs Whippany, NJ

05-06-1988 -08-26-1988: Visiting Professor, Computer Systems and Communications Group Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Bombay, India

08-23-1982 -06-30-1984: Associate Professor, ECE North Carolina State Univ,

05-24-1982 -08-20-1982: Product Design & Development Engr, Land Systems Div., General Dynamics, Warren, MI

08-25-1980 -08-14-1982: Associate Prof., ECE Wayne State University,

09-18-1977 -08-24-1980: Assistant Prof., ECE Wayne State University,

08-15-1976 -07-31-1977: Post-Doctoral Fellow and Instr Southern Methodist University,

02-03-1976 -07-22-1976: Lecturer University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq

Faculty Development Activities

12-08-2009 -12-14-2009 Second Science Conclave: A Congregation of Nobel Laureates Indian Institute of Information Technology Allahabad Type:Conference Attendance

01-08-2009 -01-10-2009 Conference on Recent Trends in Sensor-Development for the Assessment and Management of the Environment, Loyola College Chennai Type:Conference Attendance

11-30-2008 -12-04-2008 Tutorial titledDesign and Performance Issues in Wireless Mesh Networks IEEE Globecom New Orleans Type:Conference Attendance

Contact Information

Phone: 5135564756
dharmaagrawal@gmail.com

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Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

388 Engineering Research Cntr

513-556-4767

Education

B.S., Inha University Korea, 1980 (Electrical Engineering)

M.S., Seoul National University Korea, 1983 (Electrical Engineering)

Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology Georgia, 1993 (Electrical Engineering)

Research Support

Grant: #1 R01 ES015446-01 Investigators:Ahn, Chong; Bishop, Paul 08-01-2006 -05-31-2010 National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences PAH Bioremediation and Monitoring in Biowalls Role:Collaborator $976,469.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ECS-0622036 Investigators:Ahn, Chong; Nevin, Joseph 09-01-2006 -08-30-2010 National Science Foundation Interdigitated Nanoelectrode Biosensors on Polymer with A Charge-Balanced Transduction Method Role:PI $239,051.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP 05170 Investigators:Ahn, Chong 10-01-2004 -09-30-2005 Center for e-Business Technology Development of Magnetic Lenses Based on Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems Technology Role:PI $30,000.00 Closed Level:Foreign Industry

Grant: #SAP1003239 Investigators:Ahn, Chong 06-01-2003 -12-31-2006 Korea Institute of Industrial Technology Applications of Micro Molding Technology to BioMicro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems Components and Systems Role:PI $153,465.00 Closed Level:Foreign Non-Profit

Grant: #OSP03131 Investigators:Ahn, Chong 07-01-2002 -06-30-2003 Korea Institute of Industrial Technology Plastic Micromachining of Microchannel for Microcantilever Biosenser Role:PI $25,000.00 Closed Level:Foreign Non-Profit

Grant: #ULRF-03-0900 Investigators:Ahn, Chong 01-01-2004 -12-31-2006 National Science Foundation Rapid, Multi-Analyte Immuno Biosensor with Passive Microfluidics: A Model System -- Four Cardiac Marker Monitoring Device Role:PI $299,369.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #A02-81091/Rev 2 Investigators:Ahn, Chong 01-01-2000 -07-31-2000 Department of the Army Microvalves for Small Scale Propulsion Systems Role:PI $75,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #PO 156264 Investigators:Ahn, Chong 01-01-2000 -12-12-2000 Ohio Department of Development A Novel BiDirectional Magnetic Microactuator for Fuel, Air Control and Regulation Role:PI $120,833.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #1215788 Investigators:Ahn, Chong 06-01-2000 -05-31-2001 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Development of Micromachined Planar Inductors for on Chip DC/DC Power Converters Using UV-LIGA and MEMS Techniques Role:PI $74,311.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OR 1999 - 9908 Investigators:Ahn, Chong 07-01-1999 -06-30-2001 Ohio Board of Regents Ohio Micro Electro Mechanical Systems Consortium Role:PI $162,500.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #F3060200010569/P08 Investigators:Ahn, Chong 06-20-2000 -06-30-2004 Department of the Air Force Plastic-Based Structurally Programmable Microfluidic Bio-Chips for Clinical Diagnostics Role:PI $3,549,351.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP99123 Investigators:Ahn, Chong 10-01-1998 -09-30-2001 Department of the Navy Integrated Microfluidic System for On-Chip Bioanalytical Processing Role:PI $463,997.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #Supplemental Agrmnt Investigators:Ahn, Chong 06-15-1999 -01-31-2001 Procter & Gamble Company A Microchip Capillary Electrophoresis System toward a Parallel High Throughput Compound Role:PI $79,784.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #SRS 005369 Investigators:Ahn, Chong; Bishop, Paul; Jang, Am 12-15-2007 -12-14-2010 Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology Development of a Portable Multi-Analyte Sensor to Simultaneously Measure Chloride, Potassium, ORP, and pH in RO Membrane Systems Role:Collaborator $97,976.83 Active Level:Foreign Institution of Higher Education

Grant: #ECCS-0922682 Investigators:Ahn, Chong; Boyd, Joseph; Halsall, H Brian; Heikenfeld, Jason; Heineman, William; Jackson, Howard; Kogan, Andrei; Mantei, Thomas; Papautsky, Ian; Schaefer, Dale; Schulz, Mark; Shanov, Vesselin; Smith, Leigh; Yarrison-Rice, Jan 09-01-2009 -08-31-2010 National Science Foundation MRI: Acquisition of a Nanoscale Imprint Lithography System Role:Collaborator $360,468.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OBR AF925 Investigators:Ahn, Chong; Boyd, Joseph; Halsall, H Brian; Heikenfeld, Jason; Heineman, William; Jackson, Howard; Kogan, Andrei; Mantei, Thomas; Papautsky, Ian; Schaefer, Dale; Schulz, Mark; Shanov, Vesselin; Smith, Leigh; Yarrison-Rice, Jan 09-01-2009 -08-31-2010 Ohio Board of Regents MRI: Acquisition of a Nanoscale Imprint Lithography System Role:Collaborator $180,234.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SRS 006913 Investigators:Ahn, Chong 09-01-2009 -08-31-2012 Korea University Development of an Immunoassay Polymer Lab-on-a Chip for Specific PAHs and Dioxin Proteomic Biomarkers Role:PI $100,000.00 Closed Level:Foreign Institution of Higher Education

Grant: #W81XWH-10-1-0977 / W91ZSQ0128N610 Investigators:Ahn, Chong; Hartings, Jed; Shutter, Lori 09-30-2010 -10-29-2015 Department of the Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity Novel Smart Catheter for Multimodal Monitoring of the Head-Injured Warrior Role:Collaborator $1,421,085.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #TECH 11-016 Investigators:Ahn, Chong; Heikenfeld, Jason; Iyer, Suri; Papautsky, Ian; Son, Sang Young; Steckl, Andrew 07-19-2010 -06-30-2014 Ohio Department of Development The Ohio Center for Microfluidic Innovation Role:Collaborator $2,956,675.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #R01 EB012135 Investigators:Ahn, Chong; Guo, Peixuan; Smithrud, David 04-01-2011 -01-15-2012 National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering Phi29 Motor Nanopore for Single Molecule Sensing and dsDNA Fingerprinting Role:Collaborator $228,226.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #D12AP00005 Investigators:Ahn, Chong; Hong, Christian; Lim, Sookkyung; Song, Seongho 01-01-2012 -12-31-2015 Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Uncovering General Principles of Network Dynamics of Circadian Rhythms, Cell Cycle, DNA Damage Response and Metabolism as Interconnected Modules. Role:Collaborator $1,810,960.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #212-2015-M-62326 Investigators:Ahn, Chong 05-06-2015 -05-05-2019 National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Biochip Device for Early Detection of Health Effects from Silica Aerosol Exposure Role:PI $70,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #75D30118C00391 (formerly 200-2018-0039) Investigators:Ahn, Chong 03-19-2018 -03-18-2022 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Biomarker Detection Devices (Lab-on-a-chip Devices and Portable Analyzer) for Performing Immunoassay Role:PI $129,999.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #2018 Micobiomed Contract Investigators:Ahn, Chong 10-01-2018 -09-30-2019 MiCo BioMed Co., Ltd. Development of Polymer Lab-on-a-Chip Platforms using Chemiluminescence-Based Immunoassays for Point-of-Care Diagnostics (POCD) Role:PI $80,000.00 Awarded Level:Foreign Industry

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

Shim, Joon S; Browne, Andrew W; Ahn, Chong H (2010. )An on-chip whole blood/plasma separator with bead-packed microchannel on COC polymer.Biomedical microdevices, ,12 (5 ),949-57

Yang, Su Hui; Van, Hue Thi My; Le, Thanh Nguyen; Khadka, Daulat Bikram; Cho, Suk Hee; Lee, Kyung-Tae; Chung, Hwa-Jin; Lee, Sang Kook; Ahn, Chang-Ho; Lee, Young Bok; Cho, Won-Jea (2010. )Synthesis, in vitro and in vivo evaluation of 3-arylisoquinolinamines as potent antitumor agents.Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters, ,20 (17 ),5277-81

Yang, Su Hui; Van, Hue Thi My; Le, Thanh Nguyen; Khadka, Daulat Bikram; Cho, Suk Hee; Lee, Kyung-Tae; Lee, Eung-Seok; Lee, Young Bok; Ahn, Chang-Ho; Cho, Won-Jea (2010. )Development of 3-aryl-1-isoquinolinamines as potent antitumor agents based on CoMFA.European journal of medicinal chemistry, ,

Ryu, Ju Hee; Lee, Aeju; Lee, Seulki; Ahn, Cheol-Hee; Park, Jong Woong; Leary, James F; Park, Sangjin; Kim, Kwangmeyung; Kwon, Ick Chan; Youn, In-Chan; Choi, Kuiwon (2010. )"One-step" detection of matrix metalloproteinase activity using a fluorogenic Peptide probe-immobilized diagnostic kit.Bioconjugate chemistry, ,21 (7 ),1378-84

Reiner, James W; Kolpak, Alexie M; Segal, Yaron; Garrity, Kevin F; Ismail-Beigi, Sohrab; Ahn, Charles H; Walker, Fred J (2010. )Crystalline oxides on silicon.Advanced materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.), ,22 (26-27 ),2919-38

Ngai, Joseph H; Schwendemann, Todd C; Walker, Anna E; Segal, Yaron; Walker, Fred J; Altman, Eric I; Ahn, Charles H (2010. )Achieving A-site termination on La(0.18)Sr(0.82)Al(0.59)Ta(0.41)O(3) substrates.Advanced materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.), ,22 (26-27 ),2945-8

Vaz, Carlos A F; Hoffman, Jason; Ahn, Charles H; Ramesh, Ramamoorthy (2010. )Magnetoelectric coupling effects in multiferroic complex oxide composite structures.Advanced materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.), ,22 (26-27 ),2900-18

Hoffman, Jason; Pan, Xiao; Reiner, James W; Walker, Fred J; Han, J P; Ahn, Charles H; Ma, T P (2010. )Ferroelectric field effect transistors for memory applications.Advanced materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.), ,22 (26-27 ),2957-61

Reiner, James W; Cui, Sharon; Liu, Zuoguang; Wang, Miaomiao; Ahn, Charles H; Ma, T P (2010. )Inelastic electron tunneling spectroscopy study of thin gate dielectrics.Advanced materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.), ,22 (26-27 ),2962-8

Shim, Joon S; Yun, Yeo-Heung; Cho, Wondong; Shanov, Vesselin; Schulz, Mark J; Ahn, Chong H (2010. )Self-aligned nanogaps on multilayer electrodes for fluidic and magnetic assembly of carbon nanotubes.Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and colloids, ,26 (14 ),11642-7

Hossain, Md Amir; Cho, Jung-Il; Han, Muho; Ahn, Chul-Hyun; Jeon, Jong-Seong; An, Gynheung; Park, Phun Bum (2010. )The ABRE-binding bZIP transcription factor OsABF2 is a positive regulator of abiotic stress and ABA signaling in rice.Journal of plant physiology, ,

Li, Chunyan; Shutter, Lori A; Wu, Pei-Ming; Ahn, Chong H; Narayan, Raj K (2010. )Potential of a simple lab-on-a-tube for point-of-care measurements of multiple analytes.Lab on a chip, ,10 (11 ),1476-9

Kim, Min S; Oh, Ji E; Kim, Yoo R; Park, Sang W; Kang, Mi R; Kim, Sung S; Ahn, Chang H; Yoo, Nam J; Lee, Sug H (2010. )Somatic mutations and losses of expression of microRNA regulation-related genes AGO2 and TNRC6A in gastric and colorectal cancers.The Journal of pathology, ,221 (2 ),139-46

Vaz, C A F; Hoffman, J; Segal, Y; Reiner, J W; Grober, R D; Zhang, Z; Ahn, C H; Walker, F J (2010. )Origin of the magnetoelectric coupling effect in Pb(Zr0.2Ti0.8)O{3}/La{0.8}Sr{0.2}MnO{3} Multiferroic heterostructures. Physical review letters, ,104 (12 ),127202

Lee, Kyuri; Bae, Ki Hyun; Lee, Yuhan; Lee, Soo Hyeon; Ahn, Cheol-Hee; Park, Tae Gwan (2010. )Pluronic/polyethylenimine shell crosslinked nanocapsules with embedded magnetite nanocrystals for magnetically triggered delivery of siRNA.Macromolecular bioscience, ,10 (3 ),239-45

Amir Hossain, Md; Lee, Yongjoo; Cho, Jung-Il; Ahn, Chul-Hyun; Lee, Sang-Kyu; Jeon, Jong-Seong; Kang, Hun; Lee, Choon-Hwan; An, Gynheung; Park, Phun Bum (2010. )The bZIP transcription factor OsABF1 is an ABA responsive element binding factor that enhances abiotic stress signaling in rice.Plant molecular biology, ,72 (4-5 ),557-66

Hwang, Byung-Kook; Kim, Jae-Hyuk; Ahn, Chang Hoon; Lee, Chung-Hak; Song, Jae-Yoon; Ra, Young-Hyun (2010. )Effect of disintegrated sludge recycling on membrane permeability in a membrane bioreactor combined with a turbulent jet flow ozone contactor.Water research, ,44 (6 ),1833-40

Lee, M K; Kim, S; Ahn, C-H; Lee, J (2010. )Hydrophilic and hydrophobic amino acid copolymers for nano-comminution of poorly soluble drugs.International journal of pharmaceutics, ,384 (1-2 ),173-80

Park, Sang Wook; Kang, Mi Ran; Eom, Hyeon Seok; Han, Ji Youn; Ahn, Chang Hyeok; Kim, Sung Soo; Lee, Sug Hyung; Yoo, Nam Jin (2010. )Somatic mutation of PIK3R1 gene is rare in common human cancers.Acta oncologica (Stockholm, Sweden), ,49 (1 ),125-7

Myint, Aye Aye; Lee, Wonil; Mun, Sungmin; Ahn, Chang Hoon; Lee, Seockheon; Yoon, Jeyong (2010. )Influence of membrane surface properties on the behavior of initial bacterial adhesion and biofilm development onto nanofiltration membranes.Biofouling, ,26 (3 ),313-21

Oh, Ji Eun; Kim, Min Sung; Ahn, Chang Hyeok; Kim, Sung Soo; Han, Ji Youn; Lee, Sug Hyung; Yoo, Nam Jin (2010. )Mutational analysis of CASP10 gene in colon, breast, lung and hepatocellular carcinomas.Pathology, ,42 (1 ),73-6

Kim, Sung Soo; Ahn, Chang Hyeok; Kang, Mi Ran; Kim, Yoo Ri; Kim, Ho Shik; Yoo, Nam Jin; Lee, Sug Hyung (2010. )Expression of CARD6, an NF-kappaB activator, in gastric, colorectal and oesophageal cancers.Pathology, ,42 (1 ),50-3

Sun, In-Cheol; Eun, Dae-Kyung; Na, Jin Hee; Lee, Seulki; Kim, Il-Jin; Youn, In-Chan; Ko, Chang-Yong; Kim, Han-Sung; Lim, Dohyung; Choi, Kuiwon; Messersmith, Phillip B; Park, Tae Gwan; Kim, Sang Yoon; Kwon, Ick Chan; Kim, Kwangmeyung; Ahn, Cheol-Hee (2009. )Heparin-coated gold nanoparticles for liver-specific CT imaging.Chemistry (Weinheim an der Bergstrasse, Germany), ,15 (48 ),13341-7

Ahn, Chang Hyeok; Kim, Yoo Ri; Kim, Sung Soo; Yoo, Nam Jin; Lee, Sug Hyung (2009. )Mutational analysis of TTK gene in gastric and colorectal cancers with microsatellite instability.Cancer research and treatment : official journal of Korean Cancer Association, ,41 (4 ),224-8

Lee, Seulki; Ryu, Ju Hee; Park, Kyeongsoon; Lee, Aeju; Lee, Seung-Young; Youn, In-Chan; Ahn, Cheol-Hee; Yoon, Soon Man; Myung, Seung-Jae; Moon, Dae Hyuk; Chen, Xiaoyuan; Choi, Kuiwon; Kwon, Ick Chan; Kim, Kwangmeyung (2009. )Polymeric nanoparticle-based activatable near-infrared nanosensor for protease determination in vivo.Nano letters, ,9 (12 ),4412-6

Cha, Eui-Joon; Kim, Ju Eun; Ahn, Cheol-Hee (2009. )Stabilized polymeric micelles by electrostatic interactions for drug delivery system.European journal of pharmaceutical sciences : official journal of the European Federation for Pharmaceutical Sciences, ,38 (4 ),341-6

Yoon, Heejeong; Kim, Deog Joong; Ahn, Eun Hyun; Gellert, Ginelle C; Shay, Jerry W; Ahn, Chang-Ho; Lee, Young Bok (2009. )Antitumor activity of a novel antisense oligonucleotide against Akt1.Journal of cellular biochemistry, ,108 (4 ),832-8

Browne, Andrew W; Rust, Michael J; Jung, Wooseok; Lee, Se Hwan; Ahn, Chong H (2009. )A rapid prototyping method for polymer microfluidics with fixed aspect ratio and 3D tapered channels.Lab on a chip, ,9 (20 ),2941-6

Li, Chunyan; Ahn, Chong H; Shutter, Lori A; Narayan, Raj K (2009. )Toward real-time continuous brain glucose and oxygen monitoring with a smart catheter.Biosensors & bioelectronics, ,25 (1 ),173-8

Shim, Joon S; Yun, Yeo-Heung; Rust, Michael J; Do, Jaephil; Shanov, Vesselin; Schulz, Mark J; Ahn, Chong H (2009. )The precise self-assembly of individual carbon nanotubes using magnetic capturing and fluidic alignment.Nanotechnology, ,20 (32 ),325607

Kim, Deog J; King, Jean A; Zuccarelli, Lisa; Ferris, Craig F; Koppel, Gary A; Snowdon, Charles T; Ahn, Chang H (2009. )Clavulanic acid: a competitive inhibitor of beta-lactamases with novel anxiolytic-like activity and minimal side effects.Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior, ,93 (2 ),112-20

Li, Chunyan; Wu, Pei-Ming; Jung, WooSeok; Ahn, Chong H; Shutter, Lori A; Narayan, Raj K (2009. )A novel lab-on-a-tube for multimodality neuromonitoring of patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI).Lab on a chip, ,9 (14 ),1988-90

Chan, Johnny S W; Kim, Deog Joong; Ahn, Chang Ho; Oosting, Ronald S; Olivier, Berend (2009. )Clavulanic acid stimulates sexual behaviour in male rats.European journal of pharmacology, ,609 (1-3 ),69-73

Lee, Hyukjin; Ahn, Cheol-Hee; Park, Tae Gwan (2009. )Poly[lactic-co-(glycolic acid)]-grafted hyaluronic acid copolymer micelle nanoparticles for target-specific delivery of doxorubicin.Macromolecular bioscience, ,9 (4 ),336-42

Hong, X; Posadas, A; Zou, K; Ahn, C H; Zhu, J (2009. )High-mobility few-layer graphene field effect transistors fabricated on epitaxial ferroelectric gate oxides. Physical review letters, ,102 (13 ),136808

Lee, In Kyu; Kim, Do Hyoung; Gorden, D Lee; Lee, Yoon Suk; Sung, Na Young; Park, Gyeoung-Sin; Kim, Hyung Jin; Kang, Won Kyung; Park, Jong Kyung; Ahn, Chang Hyeok; Kim, Jun-Gi; Jeon, Hae Myung; Oh, Seong Taek (2009. )Prognostic value of CEA and CA 19-9 tumor markers combined with cytology from peritoneal fluid in colorectal cancer.Annals of surgical oncology, ,16 (4 ),861-70

Estes, Matthew D; Do, Jaephil; Ahn, Chong H (2009. )On chip cell separator using magnetic bead-based enrichment and depletion of various surface markers.Biomedical microdevices, ,11 (2 ),509-15

Kang, Mi Ran; Kim, Min Sung; Oh, Ji Eun; Kim, Yoo Ri; Song, Sang Yong; Kim, Sung Soo; Ahn, Chang Hyeok; Yoo, Nam Jin; Lee, Sug Hyung (2009. )Frameshift mutations of autophagy-related genes ATG2B, ATG5, ATG9B and ATG12 in gastric and colorectal cancers with microsatellite instability.The Journal of pathology, ,217 (5 ),702-6

Segal, Y; Reiner, J W; Kolpak, A M; Zhang, Z; Ismail-Beigi, S; Ahn, C H; Walker, F J (2009. )Atomic structure of the epitaxial BaO/Si(001) interface. Physical review letters, ,102 (11 ),116101

Reiner, J W; Walker, F J; Ahn, C H (2009. )Materials science. Atomically engineered oxide interfaces.Science (New York, N.Y.), ,323 (5917 ),1018-9

Mok, Hyejung; Bae, Ki Hyun; Ahn, Cheol-Hee; Park, Tae Gwan (2009. )PEGylated and MMP-2 specifically dePEGylated quantum dots: comparative evaluation of cellular uptake.Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and colloids, ,25 (3 ),1645-50

Ahn, Chang Hoon; Park, Jae Kwang; Whang, Liang-Ming (2009. )Altered carbon flow by polyphosphate-accumulating organisms during enhanced biological phosphorus removal. Water environment research : a research publication of the Water Environment Federation, ,81 (2 ),184-91

Ahn, Cheol Hyoun; Han, Won Suk; Kong, Bo Hyun; Cho, Hyung Koun (2009. )Ga-doped ZnO nanorod arrays grown by thermal evaporation and their electrical behavior.Nanotechnology, ,20 (1 ),015601

Kim, Jin-Mo; Lee, Minhyung; Kim, Kil Hwan; Ha, Yoon; Choi, Jung Kyoung; Park, So Ra; Park, Hyeonseon; Park, Hyung Chun; Ahn, Cheol-Hee; Kim, Sung Wan; Choi, Byung Hyune (2009. )Gene therapy of neural cell injuries in vitro using the hypoxia-inducible GM-CSF expression plasmids and water-soluble lipopolymer (WSLP).Journal of controlled release : official journal of the Controlled Release Society, ,133 (1 ),60-7

Wang, Jianting; Hong, Bin; Kai, Junhai; Han, Jungyoup; Zou, Zhiwei; Ahn, Chong H; Kang, Kyung A (2009. )Mini sensing chip for point-of-care acute myocardial infarction diagnosis utilizing micro-electro-mechanical system and nano-technology. Advances in experimental medicine and biology, ,645 ,101-7

Ahn, Chang Hoon; Oh, Hyangkyun; Ki, Dongwon; Van Ginkel, Steven W; Rittmann, Bruce E; Park, Joonhong (2009. )Bacterial biofilm-community selection during autohydrogenotrophic reduction of nitrate and perchlorate in ion-exchange brine.Applied microbiology and biotechnology, ,81 (6 ),1169-77

Cho, Sung-Jin; Lee, Myung Sik; Tak, Eun Sik; Lee, Eun; Koh, Ki Seok; Ahn, Chi Hyun; Park, Soon Cheol (2009. )Gene expression profile in the anterior regeneration of the earthworm using expressed sequence tags. Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry, ,73 (1 ),29-34

Jung, Wooseok; Li, Chunyan; Kim, Dong-Sik; Ahn, Chong H (2009. )A sensing tube with an integrated piezoelectric flow sensor for liver transplantation.Conference proceedings : ... Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Conference, ,2009 ,4469-72

Kim, Min Sung; Kim, Sung Soo; Ahn, Chang Hyeok; Yoo, Nam Jin; Lee, Sug Hyung (2009. )Frameshift mutations of Wnt pathway genes AXIN2 and TCF7L2 in gastric carcinomas with high microsatellite instability.Human pathology, ,40 (1 ),58-64

Kang, Mi Ran; Kim, Min Seop; Kim, Sung Soo; Ahn, Chang Hyeok; Yoo, Nam Jin; Lee, Sug Hyung (2009. )NF-kappaB signalling proteins p50/p105, p52/p100, RelA, and IKKepsilon are over-expressed in oesophageal squamous cell carcinomas.Pathology, ,41 (7 ),622-5

Jang, A; Zou, Z; MacKnight, E; Wu, P M; Kim, I S; Ahn, C H; Bishop, P L (2009. )Development of a portable analyzer with polymer lab-on-a-chip (LOC) for continuous sampling and monitoring of Pb(II).Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research, ,60 (11 ),2889-96

Schlom, Darrell G; Ahn, Charles H (2008. )Materials science: Clear leap for superconductors.Nature, ,456 (7222 ),582-3

Park, Dong Sun; Kim, Jae Min; Lee, Young Bok; Ahn, Chang Ho (2008. )QSID Tool: a new three-dimensional QSAR environmental tool.Journal of computer-aided molecular design, ,22 (12 ),873-83

Lee, Soo Hyun; Kim, Sung-Woo; Kang, Ji Yoon; Ahn, Chong H (2008. )A polymer lab-on-a-chip for reverse transcription (RT)-PCR based point-of-care clinical diagnostics.Lab on a chip, ,8 (12 ),2121-7

Do, Jaephil; Lee, Sehwan; Han, Jungyup; Kai, Junhai; Hong, Chien-Chong; Gao, Chuan; Nevin, Joseph H; Beaucage, Gregory; Ahn, Chong H (2008. )Development of functional lab-on-a-chip on polymer for point-of-care testing of metabolic parameters.Lab on a chip, ,8 (12 ),2113-20

Li, Chunyan; Wu, Pei-Ming; Han, Jungyoup; Ahn, Chong H (2008. )A flexible polymer tube lab-chip integrated with microsensors for smart microcatheter.Biomedical microdevices, ,10 (5 ),671-9

Reiner, J W; Garrity, K F; Walker, F J; Ismail-Beigi, S; Ahn, C H (2008. )Role of strontium in oxide epitaxy on silicon (001). Physical review letters, ,101 (10 ),105503

Van Ginkel, Steven W; Ahn, Chang Hoon; Badruzzaman, Mohammad; Roberts, Deborah J; Lehman, S Geno; Adham, Samer S; Rittmann, Bruce E (2008. )Kinetics of nitrate and perchlorate reduction in ion-exchange brine using the membrane biofilm reactor (MBfR).Water research, ,42 (15 ),4197-205

Hasar, Halil; Xia, Siqing; Ahn, Chang Hoon; Rittmann, Bruce E (2008. )Simultaneous removal of organic matter and nitrogen compounds by an aerobic/anoxic membrane biofilm reactor.Water research, ,42 (15 ),4109-16

Kim, Min Sung; Jeong, Eun Goo; Ahn, Chang Hyeok; Kim, Sung Soo; Lee, Sug Hyung; Yoo, Nam Jin (2008. )Frameshift mutation of UVRAG, an autophagy-related gene, in gastric carcinomas with microsatellite instability.Human pathology, ,39 (7 ),1059-63

Ahn, Chang Hyeok; Jeong, Eun Goo; Kim, Min Sung; Song, Sang Yong; Yoo, Nam Jin; Lee, Sug Hyung (2008. )Decreased expression of endonuclease G (EndoG), a pro-apoptotic protein, in hepatocellular carcinomas. APMIS : acta pathologica, microbiologica, et immunologica Scandinavica, ,116 (6 ),534-7

Soung, Young Hwa; Jeong, Eun Goo; Ahn, Chang Hyeok; Kim, Sung Soo; Song, Sang Yong; Yoo, Nam Jin; Lee, Sug Hyung (2008. )Mutational analysis of caspase 1, 4, and 5 genes in common human cancers.Human pathology, ,39 (6 ),895-900

Dikmen, Z Gunnur; Gellert, Ginelle C; Dogan, Pakize; Yoon, Heejeong; Lee, Young Bok; Ahn, Chang Ho; Shay, Jerry W (2008. )In vivo and in vitro effects of a HIF-1alpha inhibitor, RX-0047.Journal of cellular biochemistry, ,104 (3 ),985-94

Ahn, Chang H; Jeong, Eun G; Kim, Sung S; Lee, Jong W; Lee, Sung H; Kim, Sung H; Kim, Min S; Yoo, Nam J; Lee, Sug Hyung (2008. )Expressional and mutational analysis of pro-apoptotic Bcl-2 member PUMA in hepatocellular carcinomas.Digestive diseases and sciences, ,53 (5 ),1395-9

Ahn, C H; Park, H-D; Lee, Y O; Park, J K (2008. )Appearance of novel G-bacteria belonging to acidobacteria in a dairy wastewater treatment plant. Environmental technology, ,29 (5 ),497-504

Yoo, Nam Jin; Jeong, Eun Goo; Kim, Min Sung; Ahn, Chang Hyeok; Kim, Sung Soo; Lee, Sug Hyung Increased expression of endonuclease G in gastric and colorectal carcinomas. Tumori, ,94 (3 ),351-5

Do, Jaephil; Ahn, Chong H (2008. )A polymer lab-on-a-chip for magnetic immunoassay with on-chip sampling and detection capabilities.Lab on a chip, ,8 (4 ),542-9

Hong, Bin; Kai, Junhai; Ren, Yongjie; Han, Jungyoup; Zou, Zhiwei; Ahn, Chong H; Kang, Kyung A (2008. )Highly sensitive rapid, reliable, and automatic cardiovascular disease diagnosis with nanoparticle fluorescence enhancer and mems.Advances in experimental medicine and biology, ,614 ,265-73

Lee, Seulki; Cha, Eui-Joon; Park, Kyeongsoon; Lee, Seung-Young; Hong, Jin-Ki; Sun, In-Cheol; Kim, Sang Yoon; Choi, Kuiwon; Kwon, Ick Chan; Kim, Kwangmeyung; Ahn, Cheol-Hee (2008. )A near-infrared-fluorescence-quenched gold-nanoparticle imaging probe for in vivo drug screening and protease activity determination.Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English), ,47 (15 ),2804-7

Choi, Yong-Eui; Ahn, Chang Ho; Kim, Bo-Bae; Yoon, Eui-Soo (2008. )Development of species specific AFLP-derived SCAR marker for authentication of Panax japonicus C. A. MEYER. Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin, ,31 (1 ),135-8

Chung, Jinwook; Ahn, Chang-Hoon; Chen, Zhuo; Rittmann, Bruce E (2008. )Bio-reduction of N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) using a hydrogen-based membrane biofilm reactor.Chemosphere, ,70 (3 ),516-20

Ahn, Chang Hyeok; Jeong, Eun Goo; Lee, Jong Woo; Kim, Min Sung; Kim, Sung Hee; Kim, Sung Soo; Yoo, Nam Jin; Lee, Sug Hyung (2007. )Expression of beclin-1, an autophagy-related protein, in gastric and colorectal cancers.APMIS : acta pathologica, microbiologica, et immunologica Scandinavica, ,115 (12 ),1344-9

Jeong, Eun Goo; Lee, Sung Hak; Kim, Sung Soo; Ahn, Chang Hyeok; Yoo, Nam Jin; Lee, Sug Hyung (2007. )Immunohistochemical analysis of phospho-BAD protein and mutational analysis of BAD gene in gastric carcinomas.APMIS : acta pathologica, microbiologica, et immunologica Scandinavica, ,115 (8 ),976-81

Ahn, Chang Hyeok; Yoo, Nam Jin; Lee, Jong Woo; Lee, Sung Hak; Lee, Sug Hyung (2007. )Absence of MLL3 mutations in colorectal carcinomas of Korean patients.APMIS : acta pathologica, microbiologica, et immunologica Scandinavica, ,115 (7 ),859-60

Choi, Yi-Rac; Chae, Su Young; Ahn, Cheol-Hee; Lee, Minhyung; Oh, Seungjoon; Byun, Youngro; Rhee, Byoung Doo; Ko, Kyung Soo (2007. )Development of polymeric gene delivery carriers: PEGylated copolymers of L-lysine and L-phenylalanine.Journal of drug targeting, ,15 (6 ),391-8

Nikcevic, Irena; Lee, Se Hwan; Piruska, Aigars; Ahn, Chong H; Ridgway, Thomas H; Limbach, Patrick A; Wehmeyer, K R; Heineman, William R; Seliskar, Carl J (2007. )Characterization and performance of injection molded poly(methylmethacrylate) microchips for capillary electrophoresis.Journal of chromatography. A, ,1154 (1-2 ),444-53

Lee, In Kyu; Sung, Na Young; Lee, Yoon Suk; Lee, Sang Chul; Kang, Won Kyung; Cho, Hyeon Min; Ahn, Chang Hyeok; Lee, Do Sang; Oh, Seong Taek; Kim, Jun-Gi; Jeon, Hae Myung; Chang, Suk Kyun (2007. )The survival rate and prognostic factors in 26 perforated colorectal cancer patients.International journal of colorectal disease, ,22 (5 ),467-73

Park, Jongman; Lee, Dami; Kim, Won; Horiike, Shigeyoshi; Nishimoto, Takahiro; Lee, Se Hwan; Ahn, Chong H (2007. )Fully packed capillary electrochromatographic microchip with self-assembly colloidal silica beads.Analytical chemistry, ,79 (8 ),3214-9

Li, Chunyan; Han, Jungyoup; Ahn, Chong H (2007. )Flexible biosensors on spirally rolled micro tube for cardiovascular in vivo monitoring.Biosensors & bioelectronics, ,22 (9-10 ),1988-93

Zou, Zhiwei; Han, Jungyoup; Jang, Am; Bishop, Paul L; Ahn, Chong H (2007. )A disposable on-chip phosphate sensor with planar cobalt microelectrodes on polymer substrate.Biosensors & bioelectronics, ,22 (9-10 ),1902-7

Cho, Yong Woo; Park, Soo Ah; Han, Tae Hee; Son, Dai Hyun; Park, Ji Sun; Oh, Seung Jun; Moon, Dae Hyuk; Cho, Kyung-Ja; Ahn, Cheol-Hee; Byun, Youngro; Kim, In-San; Kwon, Ick Chan; Kim, Sang Yoon (2007. )In vivo tumor targeting and radionuclide imaging with self-assembled nanoparticles: mechanisms, key factors, and their implications.Biomaterials, ,28 (6 ),1236-47

Choi, Byung Hyune; Ha, Yoon; Ahn, Cheol-Hee; Huang, Xian; Kim, Jin-Mo; Park, So Ra; Park, Hyeonseon; Park, Hyung Chun; Kim, Sung Wan; Lee, Minhyung (2007. )A hypoxia-inducible gene expression system using erythropoietin 3' untranslated region for the gene therapy of rat spinal cord injury.Neuroscience letters, ,412 (2 ),118-22

Jeong, Lak Shin; Zhao, Long Xuan; Choi, Won Jun; Pal, Shantanu; Park, Yeon Hee; Lee, Sang Kook; Chun, Moon Woo; Lee, Young B; Ahn, Chang Ho; Moon, Hyung Ryong (2007. )Synthesis and antitumor activity of fluorocyclopentenyl-pyrimidines.Nucleosides, nucleotides & nucleic acids, ,26 (6-7 ),713-6

Soung, Nak-Kyun; Kang, Young Hwi; Kim, Keetae; Kamijo, Keiju; Yoon, Heejeong; Seong, Yeon-Sun; Kuo, Yu-Liang; Miki, Toru; Kim, Seung R; Kuriyama, Ryoko; Giam, Chou-Zen; Ahn, Chang H; Lee, Kyung S (2006. )Requirement of hCenexin for proper mitotic functions of polo-like kinase 1 at the centrosomes.Molecular and cellular biology, ,26 (22 ),8316-35

Lee, Jea-Young; Choi, Jae-Sik; Ahn, Chang-Hyun; Kim, In-Suk; Ha, Ji-Hong; Jeon, Chang-Jin (2006. )Calcium-binding protein calretinin immunoreactivity in the dog superior colliculus.Acta histochemica et cytochemica, ,39 (5 ),125-38

Lee, Minhyung; Oh, Seungjoon; Ahn, Cheol-Hee; Kim, Sung Wan; Rhee, Byoung Doo; Ko, Kyung Soo (2006. )An efficient GLP-1 expression system using two-step transcription amplification.Journal of controlled release : official journal of the Controlled Release Society, ,115 (3 ),316-21

Cho, Sung-Jin; Lee, Dae-Hee; Kwon, Hyuk-Jae; Ahn, Chi Hyun; Park, Soon Cheol; Shin, Kil-Sang (2006. )Hox genes in the echiuroid Urechis unicinctus.Development genes and evolution, ,216 (6 ),347-51

Kim, Dong Sung; Lee, Se Hwan; Ahn, Chong H; Lee, Jae Y; Kwon, Tai Hun (2006. )Disposable integrated microfluidic biochip for blood typing by plastic microinjection moulding.Lab on a chip, ,6 (6 ),794-802

Paik, Sang Kyoo; Oh, Soo Jin; Son, Young Jin; Ma, Su Kyung; Ahn, Chang Hyeon; Kim, Sung Kyo; Chang, Zheng; Moritani, Masayuki; Yoshida, Atsushi; Bae, Yong Chul (2005. )Neural mechanisms controlling jaw-jerk reflex in the cat. Neuroreport, ,16 (14 ),1565-8

Kim, Dong Sung; Lee, Se Hwan; Kwon, Tai Hun; Ahn, Chong H (2005. )A serpentine laminating micromixer combining splitting/recombination and advection.Lab on a chip, ,5 (7 ),739-47

Zhu, Xiaoshan; Ahn, Chong H (2005. )Electrochemical determination of reversible redox species at interdigitated array micro/nanoelectrodes using charge injection method. IEEE transactions on nanobioscience, ,4 (2 ),164-9

Lee, Jonghwi; Lee, Soo-Jeong; Choi, Ji-Yeun; Yoo, Ji Youn; Ahn, Cheol-Hee (2005. )Amphiphilic amino acid copolymers as stabilizers for the preparation of nanocrystal dispersion.European journal of pharmaceutical sciences : official journal of the European Federation for Pharmaceutical Sciences, ,24 (5 ),441-9

Zhu, Xiao-Shan; Gao, Chuan; Choi, Jin-Woo; Bishop, Paul L; Ahn, Chong H (2005. )On-chip generated mercury microelectrode for heavy metal ion detection.Lab on a chip, ,5 (2 ),212-7

Zhao, Long Xuan; Yun, Mikyung; Kim, Hea Ok; Lee, Jeong A; Choi, Won Jun; Lee, Kang Man; Lee, Sang Kook; Lee, Young B; Ahn, Chang Ho; Jeong, Lak Shin (2005. )Design, synthesis, and anticancer activity of fluorocyclopentenyl-pyrimidines.Nucleic acids symposium series (2004), ,(49 ),107-8

Zhu, Xiaoshan; Choi, Jin-Woo; Ahn, Chong H (2004. )A new dynamic electrochemical transduction mechanism for interdigitated array microelectrodes.Lab on a chip, ,4 (6 ),581-7

Park, G Y; Im, Y H; Ahn, C H; Park, J W; Jeong, S W; Ahn, J Y; Hwang, Y J (2004. )Functional and genetic assessment of IFN-gamma receptor in patients with clinical tuberculosis. The international journal of tuberculosis and lung disease : the official journal of the International Union against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, ,8 (10 ),1221-7

Huh, June; Kim, Kwang Hee; Ahn, Cheol-Hee; Jo, Won Ho (2004. )Micellization behavior of star-block copolymers in a selective solvent: A Brownian dynamics simulation approach.The Journal of chemical physics, ,121 (10 ),4998-5004

Lee, Jee-Eun; Ahn, Chang-Hyun; Lee, Jea-Young; Chung, Eun-Sun; Jeon, Chang-Jin (2004. )Nitric oxide synthase and calcium-binding protein-containing neurons in the hamster visual cortex. Molecules and cells, ,18 (1 ),30-9

Ahn, Cheol-Hee; Chae, Su Young; Bae, You Han; Kim, Sung Wan (2004. )Synthesis of biodegradable multi-block copolymers of poly(L-lysine) and poly(ethylene glycol) as a non-viral gene carrier.Journal of controlled release : official journal of the Controlled Release Society, ,97 (3 ),567-74

Yan, Jun; Kowel, Stephen T; Cho, Hyoung J; Ahn, Chong H; Nordin, Gregory P; Kulick, Jeffrey H (2004. )Autostereoscopic three-dimensional display based on a micromirror array. Applied optics, ,43 (18 ),3686-96

Kim, Kee Hwan; Kim, Ji Il; Ahn, Chang Hyeok; Kim, Jeong Soo; Ku, Young Mi; Shin, Ok Ran; Lee, Eun Jung; Lim, Keun Woo (2004. )The first case of intraperitoneal bronchogenic cyst in Korea mimicking a gallbladder tumor. Journal of Korean medical science, ,19 (3 ),470-3

Hong, Chien-Chong; Choi, Jin-Woo; Ahn, Chong H (2004. )A novel in-plane passive microfluidic mixer with modified Tesla structures.Lab on a chip, ,4 (2 ),109-13

Ahn, C H; Rabe, K M; Triscone, J-M (2004. )Ferroelectricity at the nanoscale: local polarization in oxide thin films and heterostructures.Science (New York, N.Y.), ,303 (5657 ),488-91

Simon, David K; Lin, Michael T; Zheng, Leiya; Liu, Guang-Jun; Ahn, Colette H; Kim, Lauren M; Mauck, William M; Twu, Florence; Beal, M Flint; Johns, Donald R (2004. )Somatic mitochondrial DNA mutations in cortex and substantia nigra in aging and Parkinson's disease. Neurobiology of aging, ,25 (1 ),71-81

Hong, Chien-Chong; Murugesan, Suresh; Kim, Sanghyo; Beaucage, Gregory; Choi, Jin-Woo; Ahn, Chong H (2003. )A functional on-chip pressure generator using solid chemical propellant for disposable lab-on-a-chip.Lab on a chip, ,3 (4 ),281-6

Ryoo, Soo-Ryoon; Ahn, Chang-Hyun; Lee, Jae-Young; Kang, Youn-Sil; Jeon, Chang-Jin (2003. )Immunocytochemical localization of neurons containing the AMPA GluR2/3 subunit in the hamster visual cortex. Molecules and cells, ,16 (2 ),211-5

Ahn, C H; Triscone, J-M; Mannhart, J (2003. )Electric field effect in correlated oxide systems.Nature, ,424 (6952 ),1015-8

Starkey, Dustin E; Abdelaziez, Yasser; Ahn, Chong H; Tu, Jian; Anderson, LaShonda; Wehmeyer, Kenneth R; Izzo, Nicholas J; Carr, Andrew N; Peters, Kevin G; Bao, James J; Halsall, H Brian; Heineman, William R (2003. )Determination of endogenous extracellular signal-regulated protein kinase by microchip capillary electrophoresis. Analytical biochemistry, ,316 (2 ),181-91

Puntambekar, Aniruddha; Choi, Jin-Woo; Ahn, Chong H; Kim, Sura; Makhijani, Vinod (2002. )Fixed-volume metering microdispenser module.Lab on a chip, ,2 (4 ),213-8

Chae, Hiun S; Kim, Sung S; Han, Sok W; Choi, Kyu Y; Chung, In S; Sun, Hee S; Ahn, Chang H (2002. )Herniation of the large bowel through a posttraumatic diaphragmatic defect during colonoscopy: report of a case.Diseases of the colon and rectum, ,45 (9 ),1261-2

Ahn, Cheol-Hee; Chae, Su Young; Bae, You Han; Kim, Sung Wan (2002. )Biodegradable poly(ethylenimine) for plasmid DNA delivery. Journal of controlled release : official journal of the Controlled Release Society, ,80 (1-3 ),273-82

Gariglio, S; Ahn, C H; Matthey, D; Triscone, J-M (2002. )Electrostatic tuning of the hole density in NdBa2Cu3O(7-delta) films and its effect on the Hall response. Physical review letters, ,88 (6 ),067002

Choi, Jin-Woo; Oh, Kwang W; Thomas, Jennifer H; Heineman, William R; Halsall, H Brian; Nevin, Joseph H; Helmicki, Arthur J; Henderson, H Thurman; Ahn, Chong H (2002. )An integrated microfluidic biochemical detection system for protein analysis with magnetic bead-based sampling capabilities.Lab on a chip, ,2 (1 ),27-30

Nah, Jae-Woon; Yu, Lei; Han, Sang-oh; Ahn, Cheol-Hee; Kim, Sung Wan (2002. )Artery wall binding peptide-poly(ethylene glycol)-grafted-poly(L-lysine)-based gene delivery to artery wall cells. Journal of controlled release : official journal of the Controlled Release Society, ,78 (1-3 ),273-84

Lin, Michael T; Simon, David K; Ahn, Colette H; Kim, Lauren M; Beal, M Flint (2002. )High aggregate burden of somatic mtDNA point mutations in aging and Alzheimer's disease brain. Human molecular genetics, ,11 (2 ),133-45

Starkey, D E; Han, A; Bao, J J; Ahn, C H; Wehmeyer, K R; Prenger, M C; Halsall, H B; Heineman, W R (2001. )Fluorogenic assay for beta-glucuronidase using microchip-based capillary electrophoresis. Journal of chromatography. B, Biomedical sciences and applications, ,762 (1 ),33-41

Choi, J W; Liakopoulos, T M; Ahn, C H (2001. )An on-chip magnetic bead separator using spiral electromagnets with semi-encapsulated permalloy. Biosensors & bioelectronics, ,16 (6 ),409-16

Kim, J S; Kim, K H; Ahn, C H; Jeon, H M; Kim, E G; Jeon, C S (2001. )A clinical analysis of gasless endoscopic thyroidectomy. Surgical laparoscopy, endoscopy & percutaneous techniques, ,11 (4 ),268-72

Yan, J; Kowel, S T; Cho, H J; Ahn, C H (2001. )Real-time full-color three-dimensional display with a micromirror array. Optics letters, ,26 (14 ),1075-7

Simon, D K; Lin, M T; Ahn, C H; Liu, G J; Gibson, G E; Beal, M F; Johns, D R (2001. )Low mutational burden of individual acquired mitochondrial DNA mutations in brain.Genomics, ,73 (1 ),113-6

Lee, J H; Park, Y S; Kim, K M; Kim, K J; Ahn, C H; Lee, S Y; Choi, K H (2000. )Pituitary aspergillosis mimicking pituitary tumor. AJR. American journal of roentgenology, ,175 (6 ),1570-2

Ahn, ; Gariglio, ; Paruch, ; Tybell, ; Antognazza, ; Triscone, (1999. )Electrostatic modulation of superconductivity in ultrathin GdBa2Cu3O7-x films .Science (New York, N.Y.), ,284 (5417 ),1152-5

DeGeorge, J J; Ahn, C H; Andrews, P A; Brower, M E; Giorgio, D W; Goheer, M A; Lee-Ham, D Y; McGuinn, W D; Schmidt, W; Sun, C J; Tripathi, S C (1998. )Regulatory considerations for preclinical development of anticancer drugs. Cancer chemotherapy and pharmacology, ,41 (3 ),173-85

Ahn, C H; Choi, W C; Kong, J Y Chemosensitizing activity of caffeic acid in multidrug-resistant MCF-7/Dox human breast carcinoma cells. Anticancer research, ,17 (3C ),1913-7

DeGeorge, J J; Ahn, C H; Andrews, P A; Brower, M E; Choi, Y S; Chun, M Y; Du, T; Lee-Ham, D Y; McGuinn, W D; Pei, L; Sancilio, L F; Schmidt, W; Sheevers, H V; Sun, C J; Tripathi, S; Vogel, W M; Whitehurst, V; Williams, S; Taylor, A S (1997. )Considerations for toxicology studies of respiratory drug products.Regulatory toxicology and pharmacology : RTP, ,25 (2 ),189-93

Klein, ; Dodge, ; Ahn, ; Snyder, ; Geballe, ; Beasley, ; Kapitulnik, (1996. )Anomalous Spin Scattering Effects in the Badly Metallic Itinerant Ferromagnet SrRuO3. Physical review letters, ,77 (13 ),2774-2777

Ahn, C H; Kong, J Y; Choi, W C; Hwang, M S (1996. )Selective inhibition of the effects of phorbol ester on doxorubicin resistance and P-glycoprotein by the protein kinase C inhibitor 1-(5-isoquinolinesulfonyl)-2-methylpiperazine (H7) in multidrug-resistant MCF-7/Dox human breast carcinoma cells. Biochemical pharmacology, ,52 (3 ),393-9

Hwang, M; Ahn, C H; Pine, P S; Yin, J J; Hrycyna, C A; Licht, T; Aszalos, A (1996. )Effect of combination of suboptimal concentrations of P-glycoprotein blockers on the proliferation of MDR1 gene expressing cells.International journal of cancer. Journal international du cancer, ,65 (3 ),389-97

Ahn, C H; Triscone, J M; Archibald, N; Decroux, M; Hammond, R H; Geballe, T H; Fischer, O; Beasley, M R (1995. )Ferroelectric Field Effect in Epitaxial Thin Film Oxide SrCuO2/Pb(Zr0.52Ti0.48)O3 Heterostructures.Science (New York, N.Y.), ,269 (5222 ),373-6

Lee, Y J; Berns, C M; Erdos, G; Borrelli, M J; Ahn, C H; Corry, P M (1994. )Effect of 1-(5-isoquinolinesulfonyl)-2-methylpiperazine (H-7) on HSP70 and HSP28 gene expression and thermotolerance development in human colon carcinoma cells. Biochemical pharmacology, ,48 (11 ),2057-63

Wallace, R J; Dunbar, D; Brown, B A; Onyi, G; Dunlap, R; Ahn, C H; Murphy, D T (1994. )Rifampin-resistant Mycobacterium kansasii. Clinical infectious diseases : an official publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America, ,18 (5 ),736-43

Black, L E; Farrelly, J G; Cavagnaro, J A; Ahn, C H; DeGeorge, J J; Taylor, A S; DeFelice, A F; Jordan, A (1994. )Regulatory considerations for oligonucleotide drugs: updated recommendations for pharmacology and toxicology studies. Antisense research and development, ,4 (4 ),299-301

Black, L E; Degeorge, J J; Cavagnaro, J A; Jordan, A; Ahn, C H (1993. )Regulatory considerations for evaluating the pharmacology and toxicology of antisense drugs. Antisense research and development, ,3 (4 ),399-404

Ahn, C H; Shams, G; Schotzinger, R L; Miller, D D; Feller, D R (1990. )Stereostructure activity relationships of catecholamines on human platelet function. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (New York, N.Y.), ,194 (2 ),149-56

Fridman, R; Lacal, J C; Reich, R; Bonfil, D R; Ahn, C H (1990. )Differential effects of phorbol ester on the in vitro invasiveness of malignant and non-malignant human fibroblast cells.Journal of cellular physiology, ,142 (1 ),55-60

Fine, R L; Jett, M; Patel, J; Carmichael, J; Ahn, C H (1989. )Phosphoprotein, protein kinase C, and second-messenger system changes in human multidrug-resistant cancer cells. Cancer treatment and research, ,48 ,107-23

Ahn, C H; Romstedt, K J; Wallace, L J; Miller, D D; Feller, D R (1988. )Characterization of the inhibition of U46619-mediated human platelet activation by the trimetoquinol isomers. Evidence for endoperoxide/thromboxane A2 receptor blockade. Biochemical pharmacology, ,37 (15 ),3023-33

Ahn, C H; Wallace, L J; Miller, D D; Feller, D R (1988. )Use of [3H]trimetoquinol as a radioligand in human platelets: interaction with putative endoperoxide/thromboxane A2 receptor sites. Thrombosis research, ,50 (3 ),387-99

Ahn, C H; Wallace, R J; Steele, L C; Murphy, D T (1987. )Sulfonamide-containing regimens for disease caused by rifampin-resistant Mycobacterium kansasii. The American review of respiratory disease, ,135 (1 ),10-6

Ahn, C H; Hamada, A; Miller, D D; Feller, D R (1986. )Alpha-adrenoceptor-mediated actions of optical isomers and desoxy analogs of catecholimidazoline and norepinephrine in human platelets: in vitro. Biochemical pharmacology, ,35 (22 ),4095-102

Ahn, C H; Ahn, S S; Anderson, R A; Murphy, D T; Mammo, A (1986. )A four-drug regimen for initial treatment of cavitary disease caused by Mycobacterium avium complex. The American review of respiratory disease, ,134 (3 ),438-41

Adejare, A; Miller, D D; Fedyna, J S; Ahn, C H; Feller, D R (1986. )Syntheses and beta-adrenergic agonist and antiaggregatory properties of N-substituted trimetoquinol analogues. Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,29 (9 ),1603-9

Ahn, C H; Lowell, J R; Ahn, S S; Ahn, S I; Hurst, G A (1983. )Short-course chemotherapy for pulmonary disease caused by Mycobacterium kansasii. The American review of respiratory disease, ,128 (6 ),1048-50

Ahn, C H; McLarty, J W; Ahn, S S; Ahn, S I; Hurst, G A (1982. )Diagnostic criteria for pulmonary disease caused by Mycobacterium kansasii and Mycobacterium intracellulare. The American review of respiratory disease, ,125 (4 ),388-91

Ahn, C H; Lowell, J R; Ahn, S S; Ahn, S; Hurst, G A Chemotherapy for pulmonary disease due to Mycobacterium kansasii: efficacies of some individual drugs. Reviews of infectious diseases, ,3 (5 ),1028-34

Christensen, E E; Dietz, G W; Ahn, C H; Chapman, J S; Murry, R C; Anderson, J; Hurst, G A (1981. )Initial roentgenographic manifestations of pulmonary Mycobacterium tuberculosis, M kansasii, and M intracellularis infections. Chest, ,80 (2 ),132-6

Ahn, C H; MacLean, W C (1980. )Growth of the exclusively breast-fed infant. The American journal of clinical nutrition, ,33 (2 ),183-92

Ahn, C H; Lowell, J R; Onstad, G D; Ahn, S S; Hurst, G A (1979. )Elimination of Mycobacterium intracellulare from sputum after bronchial hygiene. Chest, ,76 (4 ),480-2

Christensen, E E; Dietz, G W; Ahn, C H; Chapman, J S; Murry, R C; Anderson, J; Hurst, G A (1979. )Pulmonary manifestations of Mycobacterium intracellularis. AJR. American journal of roentgenology, ,133 (1 ),59-66

Ahn, C H; Lowell, J R; Onstad, G D; Shuford, E H; Hurst, G A (1979. )A demographic study of disease due to Mycobacterium kansasii or M intracellulare-avium in Texas. Chest, ,75 (2 ),120-5

Christensen, E E; Dietz, G W; Ahn, C H; Chapman, J S; Murry, R C; Hurst, G A (1978. )Radiographic manifestations of pulmonary Mycobacterium kansasii infections. AJR. American journal of roentgenology, ,131 (6 ),985-93

Ahn, C H; Nash, D R; Hurst, G A (1976. )Ventilatory defects in atypical mycobacteriosis. A comparison study with tuberculosis. The American review of respiratory disease, ,113 (3 ),273-9

Girard, W M; Ahn, C H; Light, R W; Cush, R; George, R B (1976. )Epidemiology of atypical mycobacterial disease in Texas and Louisiana. Bulletin of the International Union against Tuberculosis, ,51 (1 ),263-6

AHN, C H (1962. )Characteristic bronchographic patterns associated with mechanics of breathing. Diseases of the chest, ,42 ,499-507

KAMEN, S E; AHN, C H; KIM, T C; DIAZ, R (1958. )Tuberculous pulmonary cavities visualized radiographically and on resected specimens; a correlation. Sea View Hospital bulletin, ,17 (1 ),17-30

Honors and Awards

2009 Emerging Entrepreneurial Achievement Award University of Cincinnati

2006 Distinguished Engineering Faculty Award University of Cincinnati

2004 NASA Group Achievement Award Glennan Microsystems Initiative Technical Team University of Cincinnati

2003 Scientific Leadership Award 4th Annual BioMEMS and Biomedical Nanotechnology WORLD

1998 Research Award University of Cincinnati

Service

(Operation Committee of ERC Clean Room )Director Type:Departmental Service Level:University 2004 -2008

(Center for BioMEMS and Nanobiosystem )Director Type:University/College Service Level:University 2004 -To Present

(ECE Department )Other Type:Departmental Service Level:University

(Executive Program Organizing Committee-- Transducers )Type:University/College Service Level:University 2009

Positions and Work Experience

1994 -1998 Assistant Professor, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

1998 -2001 Associate Professor, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

2001 -To Present Professor, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

Research and Practice Interests

Development and characterization of MEMS and BioMEMS devices, biosensor and bioelectronics, lab-on-a-chip, brain monitoring systems, and health care systems.

Professional Affiliation

2006 -To Present: Editor IEEE/ASME Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS),

1999 -To Present: Editorial Board Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering (JMM),

2003 -To Present: Advisory Editorial Board Journal of Microfluidics and Nanofluidics,

2002 -2004: Associate Editor IEEE Sensors Journal,

2004 -2008: Advisory Editorial Board Journal Small,

2004 -To Present: Fellow The Institute of Physics,

Faculty Development Activities

2005 Transducers Type:Conference Attendance

2006 KHUPO Type:Conference Attendance

Preferred Information

www.biomems.uc.edu

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Fred S. Annexstein link

Assoc Professor, CEAS - Computer Science

811B Old Chemistry Building

513-556-1807

Education

Ph.D, University of Massachusetts Amherst, 1990

Research Support

Grant: #PO 402800A213 Investigators:Annexstein, Fred 02-02-2000 -12-31-2000 Ohio Department of Higher Education Case Study Course in Computational Science Role:PI $5,000.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Research and Practice Interests

Communication networks, interconnection networks, Internet technologies, algorithms for parallel and distributed processing, discrete algorithms, applied graph theory.

Preferred Information

eecs.ceas.uc.edu/~annexste

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Gowtham Atluri link

Asst Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

829 Rhodes Hall

513-556-3196

Education

Ph.D., University of Minnesota Minneapolis, MN, 2014 (Computer Science)

M.Tech., Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee 2007 (Computer Science & Engineering)

B.Tech., Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad, India, 2004 (Computer Science & Engineering)

Research Support

Grant: #ODHE RAPIDS 2018 Investigators:Atluri, Gowtham; Franco, John; Li, Chengcheng 07-01-2017 -06-30-2018 Ohio Department of Higher Education RAPIDS Equipment Request Role:Collaborator $253,395.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Positions and Work Experience

2014 -2016 Postdoctoral Associate, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

2016 - Assistant Professor, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

Research and Practice Interests

Data Mining, Machine Learning, Neuroimaging, Climate Science, Mobile Health, and Biomedical Informatics.

For more information on my research, teaching, and service, please visit my web page.
 

Preferred Information

http://homepages.uc.edu/~atlurigm/

Contact Information

Phone: 513.556.3196
Fax: 513.556.4461

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Je-Hyeong Bahk link

Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering-Electrical Engineering (jointly appointed), CEAS - Mechanical Eng

490 Rhodes Hall

805-975-5464

Dr. Je-Hyeong Bahk is currently assistant professor jointly at the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computing Systems and the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering at the University of Cincinnati, OH, USA, Dr. Bahk has worked in the field of thermoelectrics for more than 10 years since his Ph.D study at University of California, Santa Barbara. He has participated in numerous research projects on design and fabrication of efficient nanotechnology-based thermoelectric materials and devices, and also developed several online simulation tools at nanoHUB.org capable of thermoelectric devices and materials simulation for research and education.  
Education

Ph.D, University of California Santa Barbara CA, USA, 2010 (Electrical Engineering)

M.S., Seoul National University South Korea, 2000 (Electrical Engineering)

B.S., Seoul National University South Korea, 1998 (Electrical Engineering)

Honors and Awards

2016 Faculty development award University of Cincinnati

2010 Editor’s choice paper award Journal of Electronic Materials

2004 -2006 Scholarship for studying abroad Ministry of Information and Communication, Korea

2001 Awarded by Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence and Operations (Major general) Headquarter, Republic of Korea Army

Positions and Work Experience

2016 -To Present Assistant Professor, Dept. of Mechanical and Materials Engineering Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computing Systems, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

2012 -2015 Postdoctoral research associate, Advisor: Prof. Ali Shakouri, Birck Nanotechnology Center, Purdue University, Ind.

2010 -2012 Postdoctoral research associate, Advisor: Prof. Ali Shakouri, Zhixi Bian, University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, Calif.

2003 -2004 Commissioned research scientist, Advisor: Dr. Sang-Bae Lee, Photonics Research Center, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea

Research and Practice Interests

•  Human body-heat energy harvesting
•  Thermoelectric materials, devices, and systems
•  Wearable/flexible electronics, medical sensors
•  Additive manufacturing of functional materials and nanoscale devices 
•  Nano-scale electron/thermal transport physics 
•  Nano- and micro-scale device fabrication and characterization

Other Information

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=x-cZE5YAAAAJ&hl=en,

Preferred Information

Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering-Electrical Engineering (jointly appointed), https://sites.google.com/site/jhbahk

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Professor, CEAS - Computer Science

811C Old Chemistry Building

513-556-5205

Education

Ph.D,

Research Support

Grant: #CCR-9877139-NCE Investigators:Berman, Kenneth 07-01-1999 -06-30-2003 National Science Foundation Algorithms and Routing Schemes for Scalable Networks Role:PI $283,799.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ECA - Master for 11 Students Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma; Bakshi, Arjun; Berman, Kenneth; Bhatnagar, Raj; Bhattacharya, Prabir; Borowczak, Mike; Chaganti, Shikha; Davis, Karen; Guo, Minzhe; Helmicki, Arthur; Kohram, Mojtaba; Li, Hailong; Mukherjee, Tuhin; Ralescu, Anca; Ren, Zhaowei; Tan, Lirong; Vemuri, Ranganadha; Wu, Chao; Zhu, Cheng 09-01-2012 -08-31-2013 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Education Collaboration Agreement with CCHMC - 11 Students Role:Collaborator $246,693.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

Langwell, K M; Rossiter, L F; Hadley, J P; Nelson, S L; Nelson, L M; Berman, K A HMOs in the Medicare market. Part 2--Operational issues. Medical group management, ,34 (1 ),37-44

Langwell, K M; Rossiter, L F; Hadley, J P; Nelson, S L; Nelson, L M; Berman, K A HMOs in the Medicare market. Part 1. Medical group management, ,33 (6 ),32-7, 44-5

Research and Practice Interests

Networks and applied graph theory, algorithms, Internet technologies, parallel and distributed computing, knowledge management.

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Raj K Bhatnagar link

Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

826 Rhodes Hall

513-556-4932

Education

Ph.D, University of Maryland College Park, 1989

Research Support

Grant: #SN07-UC-06-03 Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 06-01-2006 -05-31-2008 Ohio Board of Regents Smart Sensor Technology Role:PI $117,786.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #CNS-0521189 Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 09-01-2005 -08-31-2009 National Science Foundation Acquisition of Instrumentation for Sensor, Cluster, and Network-Based Distributed Computing Role:PI $286,150.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SC1406980003/Amend 3 Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 06-30-1998 -11-01-2000 Department of the Air Force Unified Design of 1-D Automatic Target Recognition Systems for Surveillance and Attack Role:PI $100,342.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #F0947/A04 Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 05-12-1999 -05-11-2002 Department of the Air Force Smart Parallel Search Extension for Moving and Stationary Target Acquisition and Recognition Role:PI $99,796.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #60011149 / RF01123094 Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 02-01-2008 -08-31-2008 Department of Education Teach Course Parallel and Distributed Computing for the Ralph Regala School of Computational Science Role:PI $3,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 006018 Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj; Bhattacharya, Prabir 09-01-2007 -08-31-2012 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Education Collaboration Agreement with Cincinnati Children's Hospital and Medical Center Role:Collaborator $405,296.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #TAATC-Reid Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 06-21-2010 -08-26-2011 Department of Labor Trade Adjustment Assistance Training Contract Role:PI $23,263.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ECA - Master for 11 Students Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma; Bakshi, Arjun; Berman, Kenneth; Bhatnagar, Raj; Bhattacharya, Prabir; Borowczak, Mike; Chaganti, Shikha; Davis, Karen; Guo, Minzhe; Helmicki, Arthur; Kohram, Mojtaba; Li, Hailong; Mukherjee, Tuhin; Ralescu, Anca; Ren, Zhaowei; Tan, Lirong; Vemuri, Ranganadha; Wu, Chao; Zhu, Cheng 09-01-2012 -08-31-2013 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Education Collaboration Agreement with CCHMC - 11 Students Role:Collaborator $246,693.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #New Award 2013 Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 01-01-2013 -06-30-2013 Ohio Development Services Agency Sensor-Data Based Prediction System for Spindle Breakdown Role:PI $26,500.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #TechSolve Incorporated/Student Portion of the Award Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 07-05-2015 -04-08-2016 TechSolve Incorporated Advanced Signal Processing and Pattern Recognition for Spindle Health Prognostics Role:PI $40,501.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #Master Service Agreement Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 08-15-2017 -08-16-2022 Charles Schwab & Co., INC. Master Services Agreement between Charles Schwab & Co, Inc and University of Cincinnati Role:PI $.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #Edaptive Master Agreement Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj; Gerner, Frank 02-01-2018 -01-31-2025 EDAptive Computing, Incorporated Edaptive Computing Master Alliance Agreement Role:PI $.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #2018 Exhibit A-1: Project Specification Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 08-27-2018 -06-26-2019 Air Force Research Laboratory Research and development for verification of trust in microelectronics designs Role:PI $86,784.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #Exhibit A-2: Project Specification Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 08-27-2018 -12-31-2018 Air Force Research Laboratory Application and research into advanced analytics development Role:PI $26,035.20 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #2018 Exhibit A-3: Project Specification Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 08-27-2018 -08-26-2019 Air Force Research Laboratory Application and research into advanced analytics development Role:PI $52,070.40 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #2018 Exhibit A-4: Project Specification / FA8604-18-C-4006 Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 11-01-2018 -05-31-2020 Air Force Research Laboratory EXHIBIT A-4: Application and research into advanced enterprise document management systems Role:PI $149,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #2018 Exhibit A-5: Project Specification / FA8604-18-C-4007 Investigators:Bhatnagar, Raj 11-01-2018 -05-31-2020 Air Force Research Laboratory EXHIBIT A-5: Application and research into advanced enterprise document management systems and desktop application integration Role:PI $149,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

Sharma, Anil; Kumar, Suresh; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2010. )Bacillus thuringiensis Protein Cry6B (BGSC ID 4D8) is Toxic to Larvae of Hypera postica.Current microbiology, ,

Singh, Gatikrushna; Sachdev, Bindiya; Sharma, Nathilal; Seth, Rakesh; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2010. )Mode of action of Vegetative insecticidal protein of Bacillus thuringiensis: interaction with ribosomal S2 protein triggers larvicidal activity in Spodoptera.Applied and environmental microbiology, ,

Singh, Gatikrushna; Korde, Reshma; Malhotra, Pawan; Mukherjee, Sunil; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2010. )Systematic deletion and site-directed mutagenesis of FHVB2 establish the role of C-terminal amino acid residues in RNAi suppression.Biochemical and biophysical research communications, ,398 (2 ),290-5

Arora, Naresh; Hoque, M E; Rajagopal, R; Sachdev, Bindiya; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2009. )Expression, purification, and characterization of pro-phenoloxidase-activating serine protease from Spodoptera litura.Archives of insect biochemistry and physiology, ,72 (2 ),61-73

Singh, Gatikrushna; Popli, Sonam; Hari, Yukti; Malhotra, Pawan; Mukherjee, Sunil; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2009. )Suppression of RNA silencing by Flock house virus B2 protein is mediated through its interaction with the PAZ domain of Dicer.The FASEB journal : official publication of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, ,23 (6 ),1845-57

Rani, Asha; Sharma, Anil; Rajagopal, Raman; Adak, Tridibesh; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2009. )Bacterial diversity analysis of larvae and adult midgut microflora using culture-dependent and culture-independent methods in lab-reared and field-collected Anopheles stephensi-an Asian malarial vector.BMC microbiology, ,9 ,96

Rajagopal, Raman; Arora, Naresh; Sivakumar, Swaminathan; Rao, Nagarjun G V; Nimbalkar, Sharad A; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2009. )Resistance of Helicoverpa armigera to Cry1Ac toxin from Bacillus thuringiensis is due to improper processing of the protoxin.The Biochemical journal, ,419 (2 ),309-16

Korde, Reshma; Bhardwaj, Ashima; Singh, Rita; Srivastava, Anand; Chauhan, Virander S; Bhatnagar, Raj K; Malhotra, Pawan (2008. )A prodomain peptide of Plasmodium falciparum cysteine protease (falcipain-2) inhibits malaria parasite development.Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,51 (11 ),3116-23

Rodrigues, Janneth; Agrawal, Neema; Sharma, Anil; Malhotra, Pawan; Adak, Tridibes; Chauhan, Virander S; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2007. )Transcriptional analysis of an immune-responsive serine protease from Indian malarial vector, Anopheles culicifacies.BMC molecular biology, ,8 ,33

Sivakumar, Swaminathan; Rajagopal, Raman; Venkatesh, G Raja; Srivastava, Anand; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2007. )Knockdown of aminopeptidase-N from Helicoverpa armigera larvae and in transfected Sf21 cells by RNA interference reveals its functional interaction with Bacillus thuringiensis insecticidal protein Cry1Ac.The Journal of biological chemistry, ,282 (10 ),7312-9

Rajagopal, R; Mohan, Sharad; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2006. )Direct infection of Spodoptera litura by Photorhabdus luminescens encapsulated in alginate beads.Journal of invertebrate pathology, ,93 (1 ),50-3

Rajagopal, S; Kaushik, V; Irion, K; Herd, M E; Bhatnagar, R K (2006. )Schwannoma of the nasal septum.The British journal of radiology, ,79 (943 ),e16-8

Rajagopal, R; Thamilarasi, K; Venkatesh, G Raja; Srinivas, P; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2005. )Immune cascade of Spodoptera litura: cloning, expression, and characterization of inducible prophenol oxidase.Biochemical and biophysical research communications, ,337 (1 ),394-400

Dasaradhi, Palakodeti V N; Mohmmed, Asif; Kumar, Amit; Hossain, Manzar J; Bhatnagar, Raj K; Chauhan, Virander S; Malhotra, Pawan (2005. )A role of falcipain-2, principal cysteine proteases of Plasmodium falciparum in merozoite egression.Biochemical and biophysical research communications, ,336 (4 ),1062-8

Bhatnagar, R K; Berry, Sandeep (2004. )Selective surgicel packing for the treatment of posterior epistaxis. Ear, nose, & throat journal, ,83 (9 ),633-4

Agrawal, Neema; Malhotra, Pawan; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2004. )siRNA-directed silencing of transgene expressed in cultured insect cells.Biochemical and biophysical research communications, ,320 (2 ),428-34

Leelavathi, S; Sunnichan, V G; Kumria, R; Vijaykanth, G P; Bhatnagar, R K; Reddy, V S (2004. )A simple and rapid Agrobacterium-mediated transformation protocol for cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.): embryogenic calli as a source to generate large numbers of transgenic plants.Plant cell reports, ,22 (7 ),465-70

Agrawal, Neema; Dasaradhi, P V N; Mohmmed, Asif; Malhotra, Pawan; Bhatnagar, Raj K; Mukherjee, Sunil K (2003. )RNA interference: biology, mechanism, and applications. Microbiology and molecular biology reviews : MMBR, ,67 (4 ),657-85

Ahmad, Tarannum; Rajagopal, R; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2003. )Molecular characterization of chitinase from polyphagous pest Helicoverpa armigera. Biochemical and biophysical research communications, ,310 (1 ),188-95

Arora, Naresh; Selvapandiyan, A; Agrawal, Neema; Bhatnagar, R K (2003. )Relocating expression of vegetative insecticidal protein into mother cell of Bacillus thuringiensis. Biochemical and biophysical research communications, ,310 (1 ),158-62

Mohmmed, Asif; Dasaradhi, Palakodeti V N; Bhatnagar, Raj K; Chauhan, Virander S; Malhotra, Pawan (2003. )In vivo gene silencing in Plasmodium berghei--a mouse malaria model. Biochemical and biophysical research communications, ,309 (3 ),506-11

Arora, Naresh; Ahmad, Tarannum; Rajagopal, R; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2003. )A constitutively expressed 36 kDa exochitinase from Bacillus thuringiensis HD-1. Biochemical and biophysical research communications, ,307 (3 ),620-5

Bhatnagar, Raj K; Arora, Naresh; Sachidanand, S; Shahabuddin, Mohammed; Keister, David; Chauhan, Virendra S (2003. )Synthetic propeptide inhibits mosquito midgut chitinase and blocks sporogonic development of malaria parasite. Biochemical and biophysical research communications, ,304 (4 ),783-7

Rajagopal, R; Agrawal, Neema; Selvapandiyan, Angamuthu; Sivakumar, S; Ahmad, Suhail; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2003. )Recombinantly expressed isoenzymic aminopeptidases from Helicoverpa armigera (American cotton bollworm) midgut display differential interaction with closely related Bacillus thuringiensis insecticidal proteins.The Biochemical journal, ,370 (Pt 3 ),971-8

Kumria, R; Sunnichan, V G; Das, D K; Gupta, S K; Reddy, V S; Bhatnagar, R K; Leelavathi, S (2003. )High-frequency somatic embryo production and maturation into normal plants in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) through metabolic stress.Plant cell reports, ,21 (7 ),635-9

Rajagopal, R; Sivakumar, S; Agrawal, Neema; Malhotra, Pawan; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2002. )Silencing of midgut aminopeptidase N of Spodoptera litura by double-stranded RNA establishes its role as Bacillus thuringiensis toxin receptor.The Journal of biological chemistry, ,277 (49 ),46849-51

Agrawal, Neema; Malhotra, Pawan; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2002. )Interaction of gene-cloned and insect cell-expressed aminopeptidase N of Spodoptera litura with insecticidal crystal protein Cry1C. Applied and environmental microbiology, ,68 (9 ),4583-92

Malhotra, Pawan; Dasaradhi, Palakodeti V N; Kumar, Amit; Mohmmed, Asif; Agrawal, Neema; Bhatnagar, Raj K; Chauhan, Virander S (2002. )Double-stranded RNA-mediated gene silencing of cysteine proteases (falcipain-1 and -2) of Plasmodium falciparum. Molecular microbiology, ,45 (5 ),1245-54

Rajagopal, Raman; Bhatnagar, Raj K (2002. )Insecticidal Toxic Proteins Produced by Photorhabdus luminescens akhurstii, a Symbiont of Heterorhabditis indica. Journal of nematology, ,34 (1 ),23-7

Selvapandiyan, A; Arora, N; Rajagopal, R; Jalali, S K; Venkatesan, T; Singh, S P; Bhatnagar, R K (2001. )Toxicity analysis of N- and C-terminus-deleted vegetative insecticidal protein from Bacillus thuringiensis.Applied and environmental microbiology, ,67 (12 ),5855-8

Hard, D L; Bhatnagar, R K; Molina, J R; Anderson, L L (2001. )Secretion of dopamine and norepinephrine in hypophyseal portal blood and prolactin in peripheral blood of Holstein cattle. Domestic animal endocrinology, ,20 (2 ),89-100

Ahmad, S; Selvapandiyan, A; Bhatnagar, R K (2000. )Phylogenetic analysis of gram-positive bacteria based on grpE, encoded by the dnaK operon. International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology, ,50 Pt 5 ,1761-6

Ahmad, S; Selvapandiyan, A; Bhatnagar, R K (1999. )A protein-based phylogenetic tree for gram-positive bacteria derived from hrcA, a unique heat-shock regulatory gene. International journal of systematic bacteriology, ,49 Pt 4 ,1387-94

Ahmad, S; Selvapandiyan, A; Gasbarri, M; Bhatnagar, R K (1999. )Molecular cloning of the dnaK gene region from Bacillus sphaericus in the context of genomic comparisons. Microbial & comparative genomics, ,4 (1 ),47-58

Ahmad, S; Selvapandiyan, A; Bhatnagar, R K (1998. )Increased toxicity of modified mosquitocidal binary toxins of Bacillus sphaericus expressed in Escherichia coli. Applied microbiology and biotechnology, ,49 (2 ),164-7

Marzari, R; Edomi, P; Bhatnagar, R K; Ahmad, S; Selvapandiyan, A; Bradbury, A (1997. )Phage display of Bacillus thuringiensis CryIA(a) insecticidal toxin. FEBS letters, ,411 (1 ),27-31

Selvapandiyan, A; Ahmad, S; Majumder, K; Arora, N; Bhatnagar, R K (1996. )Evidence for the shikimate-3-phosphate interacting site in the N-terminal domain of 5-enolpyruvyl shikimate-3-phosphate synthase of Bacillus subtilis. Biochemistry and molecular biology international, ,40 (3 ),603-10

Prasad, R A; Bhatnagar, R K; Ratnakar, C; Veliath, A J (1996. )Alport's syndrome--a case report. Indian journal of pathology & microbiology, ,39 (3 ),225-7

Selvapandiyan, A; Majumder, K; Fattah, F A; Ahmad, S; Arora, N; Bhatnagar, R K (1995. )Point mutation of a conserved arginine (104) to lysine introduces hypersensitivity to inhibition by glyphosate in the 5-enolpyruvylshikimate-3-phosphate synthase of Bacillus subtilis. FEBS letters, ,374 (2 ),253-6

Majumder, K; Choudhury, S; Bhatnagar, R K (1995. )Recombinant enrichment by exploitation of the wobble bases in the recognition site of long-cutters: design, synthesis and incorporation of zero-background linkers in cloning and expression vectors. Gene, ,163 (1 ),167-8

Majumder, K; Selvapandiyan, A; Fattah, F A; Arora, N; Ahmad, S; Bhatnagar, R K (1995. )5-Enolpyruvylshikimate-3-phosphate synthase of Bacillus subtilis is an allosteric enzyme. Analysis of Arg24-->Asp, Pro105-->Ser and His385-->Lys mutations suggests a hidden phosphoenolpyruvate-binding site. European journal of biochemistry / FEBS, ,229 (1 ),99-106

Majumder, K; Fattah, F A; Selvapandiyan, A; Bhatnagar, R K (1995. )Background-minimized cassette mutagenesis by PCR using cassette-specific selection markers: a useful general approach for studying structure-function relationships of multisubstrate enzymes. PCR methods and applications, ,4 (4 ),212-8

Majumder, K; Choudhury, S; Bhatnagar, R K (1994. )Recombinant enrichment by exploitation of restriction sites with interrupted palindromes: design, synthesis and incorporation of zero-background linkers in cloning and expression vectors. Gene, ,151 (1-2 ),147-51

Ma, S; Long, J P; Bhatnagar, R K (1992. )Further studies on central actions of nitroglycerin and lack of evidence for nitroglycerin interacting on [3H]clonidine binding sites in cortex membranes. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics, ,261 (3 ),1187-94

Cannon, J G; Sahin, M F; Bhatnagar, R K; Flynn, J R; Long, J P (1991. )Structure-activity studies on a potent antagonist to organophosphate-induced toxicity. Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,34 (5 ),1582-4

Vijayaragavan, S; Bhat, B V; Srinivasan, S; Bhatnagar, R K; Venugopal, A (1990. )Harlequin fetus with polydactyly and renal dysplasia. Indian pediatrics, ,27 (8 ),874-6

Chatterjee, T K; Bhatnagar, R K (1990. )Ca2(+)-dependent, ATP-induced conversion of the [3H]hemicholinium-3 binding sites from high- to low-affinity states in rat striatum: effect of protein kinase inhibitors on this affinity conversion and synaptosomal choline transport. Journal of neurochemistry, ,54 (5 ),1500-8

Bhatnagar, R K (1990. )Critical evaluation of Per-Lee tubes in children. The Journal of laryngology and otology, ,104 (2 ),112-3

Cannon, J G; Sahin, M F; Long, J P; Flynn, J R; Bhatnagar, R K (1990. )Hemicholinium-3 congeners as potential antagonists to organophosphate-induced toxicity. Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,33 (2 ),577-9

Hendry, A T; Bhatnagar, R K; Shanmugam, K T; Jensen, R A (1990. )Exploitation of the broad specificity of the membrane-bound isoenzyme of lactate dehydrogenase for direct selection of null mutants in Neisseria gonorrhoeae. Journal of general microbiology, ,136 (1 ),45-50

Cannon, J G; True, C D; Long, J P; Bhatnagar, R K; Leonard, P; Flynn, J R (1989. )Introduction of a putative dopaminergic prodrug moiety into a 6,7-substitution pattern characteristic of certain 2-aminotetralin dopaminergic agonists. Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,32 (9 ),2210-4

Cannon, J G; Jackson, H; Long, J P; Leonard, P; Bhatnagar, R K (1989. )5-HT1A-receptor antagonism: N-alkyl derivatives of (R)-(-)-8,11-dimethoxynoraporphine. Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,32 (8 ),1959-62

Bhatnagar, R K; Berry, A; Hendry, A T; Jensen, R A (1989. )The biochemical basis for growth inhibition by L-phenylalanine in Neisseria gonorrhoeae. Molecular microbiology, ,3 (3 ),429-35

Bhatnagar, R K; Hendry, A T; Shanmugam, K T; Jensen, R A (1989. )The broad-specificity, membrane-bound lactate dehydrogenase of Neisseria gonorrhoeae: ties to aromatic metabolism. Journal of general microbiology, ,135 (Pt 2 ),353-60

Bhatnagar, R K; Doull, J L; Vining, L C (1988. )Role of the carbon source in regulating chloramphenicol production by Streptomyces venezuelae: studies in batch and continuous cultures. Canadian journal of microbiology, ,34 (11 ),1217-23

Tedford, C E; Flynn, J R; Bhatnagar, R K; Cannon, J G; Long, J P (1988. )Alterations in acetylcholine metabolism in rat striatal slices by a 4-methyl piperidine analog of hemicholinium-3. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics, ,247 (2 ),460-5

Cannon, J G; Lee, T M; Chang, Y; Nyanda, A M; Bhattacharyya, B; Flynn, J R; Chatterjee, T; Bhatnagar, R K; Long, J P (1988. )Structure-activity relationship studies of hemicholinium (HC-3) congeners. Pharmaceutical research, ,5 (6 ),359-64

Chatterjee, T K; Long, J P; Cannon, J G; Bhatnagar, R K (1988. )Methylpiperidine analog of hemicholinium-3: a selective, high affinity non-competitive inhibitor of sodium dependent choline uptake system. European journal of pharmacology, ,149 (3 ),241-8

Chatterjee, T K; Scott, C E; Vazquez, D M; Bhatnagar, R K (1988. )Interaction of [3H]spiperone with rat striatal dopamine D-2 receptors: kinetic evidence for antagonist-induced formation of ternary complex. Molecular pharmacology, ,33 (4 ),402-13

Cannon, J G; Mohan, P; Bojarski, J; Long, J P; Bhatnagar, R K; Leonard, P A; Flynn, J R; Chatterjee, T K (1988. )(R)-(-)-10-methyl-11-hydroxyaporphine: a highly selective serotonergic agonist. Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,31 (2 ),313-8

Berry, A; Bhatnagar, R K; Jensen, R A (1987. )Enzymic basis for leakiness of auxotrophs for phenylalanine in Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Journal of general microbiology, ,133 (11 ),3257-63

Tomanek, R J; Carlson, D W; Palmer, P J; Bhatnagar, R K (1987. )Role of sympathetic nerves during developing cardiac hypertrophy in Grollman hypertensive rats. The American journal of physiology, ,253 (4 Pt 2 ),H818-25

Chatterjee, T K; Cannon, J G; Bhatnagar, R K (1987. )Characteristics of [3H]hemicholinium-3 binding to rat striatal membranes: evidence for negative cooperative site-site interactions. Journal of neurochemistry, ,49 (4 ),1191-201

Bellin, S I; Bhatnagar, R K; Johnson, A K (1987. )Periventricular noradrenergic systems are critical for angiotensin-induced drinking and blood pressure responses. Brain research, ,403 (1 ),105-12

Ahmad, S; Bhatnagar, R K; Venkitasubramanian, T A (1986. )Ornithine transcarbamylase from Mycobacterium smegmatis ATCC 14468: purification, properties, and reaction mechanism. Biochemistry and cell biology = Biochimie et biologie cellulaire, ,64 (12 ),1349-55

Cannon, J G; Amoo, V E; Long, J P; Bhatnagar, R K; Flynn, J R (1986. )p-Dimethoxy-substituted trans-octahydrobenzo[f]- and -[g]quinolines: synthesis and assessment of dopaminergic agonist effects. Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,29 (12 ),2529-34

Ahmad, S; Bhatnagar, R K; Venkitasubramanian, T A Changes in the enzyme activities involved in nitrogen assimilation in Mycobacterium smegmatis under various growth conditions. Annales de l'Institut Pasteur. Microbiology, ,137B (3 ),231-7

Cannon, J G; Furlano, D C; Dushin, R G; Chang, Y A; Baird, S R; Soliman, L N; Flynn, J R; Long, J P; Bhatnagar, R K (1986. )Assessment of a potential dopaminergic prodrug moiety in several ring systems. Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,29 (10 ),2016-20

Bhatnagar, R K; Ahmad, S; Mukerji, K G; Venkitasubramanian, T A (1986. )Nitrogen metabolism in Aspergillus parasiticus NRRL 3240 and A. flavus NRRL 3537 in relation to aflatoxin production. The Journal of applied bacteriology, ,60 (3 ),203-11

Bhatnagar, R K; Ahmad, S; Mukerji, K G; Subramanian, T A (1986. )Pyridine nucleotides and redox state regulation of aflatoxin biosynthesis in Aspergillus parasiticus NRRL 3240. The Journal of applied bacteriology, ,60 (2 ),135-41

Bardo, M T; Schmidt, R H; Bhatnagar, R K (1985. )Effects of morphine on sprouting of locus coeruleus fibers in the neonatal rat. Brain research, ,354 (2 ),161-8

Cannon, J G; Koble-Suarez, C; Long, J P; Ilhan, M; Bhatnagar, R K (1985. )Cis- and trans-4-n-Propyl-1,2,3,4,4a,5,6,10b-octahydrobenzo(f)quinolines. Journal of pharmaceutical sciences, ,74 (6 ),672-5

Ilhan, M; Flynn, J R; Long, J P; Bhatnagar, R K; Cannon, J G (1985. )Dopamine receptor agonistic activities of R- and S-enantiomers of 4-hydroxy-2-di-n-propylaminoindan in cat hearts. The Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology, ,37 (5 ),364-5

Farley, D B; Ford, S P; Reynolds, L P; Bhatnagar, R K; Van Orden, D E (1984. )Quantitation of alpha 1-adrenergic receptors in porcine uterine and mesenteric arteries. American journal of obstetrics and gynecology, ,150 (5 Pt 1 ),485-91

Ford, S P; Reynolds, L P; Farley, D B; Bhatnagar, R K; Van Orden, D E (1984. )Interaction of ovarian steroids and periarterial alpha 1-adrenergic receptors in altering uterine blood flow during the estrous cycle of gilts. American journal of obstetrics and gynecology, ,150 (5 Pt 1 ),480-4

Ahmad, S; Bhatnagar, R K; Venkitasubramanian, T A Influence of carbon and nitrogen sources on arginine biosynthesis in Mycobacterium smegmatis ATCC 14468. Annales de microbiologie, ,135B (2 ),137-46

Tucker, D C; Bhatnagar, R K; Johnson, A K (1984. )Genetic and environmental influences on developing autonomic control of heart rate. The American journal of physiology, ,246 (4 Pt 2 ),R578-86

Chatterjee, T K; Bhatnagar, R K; Cannon, J G; Long, J P (1984. )Interaction of dihydroxy-2-aminotetralin derivatives at sites labelled with [3H]clonidine, [3H]prazosin and [3H]spiperone in rat brain membranes. European journal of pharmacology, ,98 (2 ),293-6

Cannon, J G; Hamer, R L; Ilhan, M; Bhatnagar, R K; Long, J P (1984. )Conformationally restricted congeners of dopamine derived from octahydrobenzo[g]quinoline and octahydrobenzo[f]quinoline. Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,27 (2 ),190-5

Cannon, J G; Pease, J P; Hamer, R L; Ilhan, M; Bhatnagar, R K; Long, J P (1984. )Resorcinol congeners of dopamine derived from benzocycloheptene and indan. Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,27 (2 ),186-9

Arneri?, S P; Chow, S A; Bhatnagar, R K; Webb, R L; Fischer, L J; Long, J P (1984. )Evidence that central dopamine receptors modulate sympathetic neuronal activity to the adrenal medulla to alter glucoregulatory mechanisms. Neuropharmacology, ,23 (2A ),137-47

Bardo, M T; Bhatnagar, R K; Gebhart, G F (1983. )Chronic naltrexone increases opiate binding in brain and produces supersensitivity to morphine in the locus coeruleus of the rat. Brain research, ,289 (1-2 ),223-34

Banerjee, A K; Bhatnagar, R K; Bhusnurmath, S R (1983. )Secondary cerebral amebiasis. Tropical and geographical medicine, ,35 (4 ),333-6

White, S R; Bhatnagar, R K; Bardo, M T (1983. )Norepinephrine depletion in the spinal cord gray matter of rats with experimental allergic encephalomyelitis. Journal of neurochemistry, ,40 (6 ),1771-3

Bardo, M T; Bhatnagar, R K; Gebhart, G F (1983. )Age-related differences in the effect of chronic administration of naloxone on opiate binding in rat brain. Neuropharmacology, ,22 (4 ),453-61

Cannon, J G; Perez, J A; Bhatnagar, R K; Long, J P; Sharabi, F M (1982. )Conformationally restricted congeners of dopamine derived from 2-aminoindan. Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,25 (12 ),1442-6

Bardo, M T; Bhatnagar, R K; Gebhart, G F (1982. )An improved filtration procedure for measuring opiate receptors in small regions of rat brain. Journal of neurochemistry, ,39 (6 ),1751-4

Arneri?, S P; Collins, E D; Bhatnagar, R K; Long, J P (1982. )Is domperidone a selective peripheral dopamine-receptor antagonist in vivo? .Neuropharmacology, ,21 (12 ),1317-21

Bhatnagar, R K; Ahmad, S; Mukerji, K G; Venkitasubramanian, T A (1982. )Role of blastospores in protecting Aspergillus parasiticus NRRL 3240 from high levels of aflatoxins. Applied and environmental microbiology, ,44 (3 ),579-82

Schmid, P G; Lund, D D; Davis, J A; Whiteis, C A; Bhatnagar, R K; Roskoski, R (1982. )Selective sympathetic neural changes in hypertrophied right ventricle. The American journal of physiology, ,243 (2 ),H175-80

Litchfield, R L; Kerber, R E; Benge, J W; Mark, A L; Sopko, J; Bhatnagar, R K; Marcus, M L (1982. )Normal exercise capacity in patients with severe left ventricular dysfunction: compensatory mechanisms. Circulation, ,66 (1 ),129-34

Sindelar, R D; Mott, J; Barfknecht, C F; Arneric, S P; Flynn, J R; Long, J P; Bhatnagar, R K (1982. )2-Amino-4,7-dimethoxyindan derivatives: synthesis and assessment of dopaminergic and cardiovascular actions. Journal of medicinal chemistry, ,25 (7 ),858-64

Tomanek, R J; Bhatnagar, R K; Schmid, P; Brody, M J (1982. )Role of catecholamines in myocardial cell hypertrophy in hypertensive rats. The American journal of physiology, ,242 (6 ),H1015-21

Bardo, M T; Bhatnagar, R K; Gebhart, G F (1982. )Differential effects of chronic morphine and naloxone on opiate receptors, monoamines, and morphine-induced behaviors in preweanling rats. Brain research, ,256 (2 ),139-47

Bardo, M T; Bhatnagar, R K; Gebhart, G F; Hughes, R A (1982. )Opiate receptor development in midbrain and forebrain of posthatch chicks. Brain research, ,255 (4 ),668-73

Lund, D D; Schmid, P G; Bhatnagar, R K; Roskoski, R (1982. )Changes in parasympathetic and sympathetic neurochemical indices in hearts of myopathic hamsters. Journal of the autonomic nervous system, ,5 (2 ),237-46

Bhatnagar, R K; Ahmad, S; Kohli, K K; Mukerji, K G; Venkitasubramanian, T A (1982. )Induction of polysubstrate monooxygenase and aflatoxin production by phenobarbitone in Aspergillus parasiticus NRRL 3240. Biochemical and biophysical research communications, ,104 (4 ),1287-92

Bhatnagar, R K; Arneri?, S P; Cannon, J G; Flynn, J; Long, J P (1982. )Structure activity relationships of presynaptic dopamine receptor agonists. Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior, ,17 Suppl 1 ,11-9

Bardo, M T; Bhatnagar, R K; Gebhart, G F (1981. )Opiate receptor ontogeny and morphine-induced effects: influence of chronic footshock stress in preweanling rats. Brain research, ,227 (4 ),487-95

Verimer, T; Long, J P; Bhatnagar, R K; Koble, D L; Cannon, J G; Flynn, J R; Goodale, D B; Arneri?, S P (1981. )Dopamine receptor stimulating activity of 5-hydroxy-6-methyl-2-aminotetralin derivatives. Archives internationales de pharmacodynamie et de thérapie, ,250 (2 ),221-41

Schmidt, R H; Kasik, S A; Bhatnagar, R K (1980. )Regenerative critical periods for locus coeruleus in postnatal rat pups following intracisternal 6-hydroxydopamine: a model of noradrenergic development. Brain research, ,191 (1 ),173-90

Van Orden, D E; Goodale, D B; Baker, H A; Farley, D B; Bhatnagar, R K (1980. )Uterine catecholamines and prostaglandins during the estrous cycle of the rat. Endocrinology, ,106 (5 ),1650-4

Bhatnagar, R K; Srivastava, O S; Aggarwal, N K; Bami, H L (1980. )Phosphoglucomutase (PGM) typing of blood stains. The Indian journal of medical research, ,71 ,627-31

Schmidt, R H; Bhatnagar, R K (1980. )Intracisternal dose-response analysis of 6-hydroxydopamine-induced noradrenergic sprouting in the neonatal rat cerebellum. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics, ,212 (3 ),456-61

Schmidt, R H; Bhatnagar, R K (1979. )Critical periods for noradrenergic regeneration in rat brain regions following neonatal subcutaneous 6-hydroxydopamine. Life sciences, ,25 (19 ),1641-50

Schmidt, R H; Bhatnagar, R K (1979. )Distribution of hypertrophied locus coeruleus projection to adult cerebellum after neonatal 6-hydroxydopamine. Brain research, ,172 (1 ),23-33

McNamara, R F; Schmid, P G; Schmidt, J A; Lund, D D; Bhatnagar, R K (1979. )Humoral regulation of vascular resistance after 30 days of pulmonary artery constriction. The American journal of physiology, ,236 (6 ),H866-72

Schmidt, R H; Bhatnagar, R K (1979. )Assessment of the effects of neonatal subcutaneous 6-hydroxydopamine on noradrenergic and dopaminergic innervation of the cerebral cortex. Brain research, ,166 (2 ),309-19

Schmidt, R H; Bhatnagar, R K (1979. )Regional development of norepinephrine, dopamine-beta-hydroxylase and tyrosine hydroxylase in the rat brain subsequent to neonatal treatment with subcutaneous 6-hydroxydopamine. Brain research, ,166 (2 ),293-308

Lund, D D; Knuepfer, M M; Brody, M J; Bhatnagar, R K; Schmid, P G; Roskoski, R (1978. )Comparison of tyrosine hydroxylase and choline acetyltransferase activity in response to sympathetic nervous system activation. Brain research, ,156 (1 ),192-7

Newby, M B; Roberts, R J; Bhatnagar, R K (1978. )Carbon monoxide- and hypoxia-induced effects on catecholamines in the mature and developing rat brain. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics, ,206 (1 ),61-8

Bacopoulos, N G; Bhatnagar, R K; Van Orden, L S (1978. )The effects of subhypnotic doses of ethanol on regional catecholamine turnover. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics, ,204 (1 ),1-10

Bacopoulos, N G; Bhatnagar, R K (1977. )Correlation between tyrosine hydroxylase activity and catecholamine concentration or turnover in brain regions. Journal of neurochemistry, ,29 (4 ),639-43

Baker, H A; Burke, J P; Bhatnagar, R K; Van Order, D E; Van Orden, L S; Hartman, B K (1977. )Histochemical and biochemical characterization of the rat paracervical ganglion. Brain research, ,132 (3 ),393-405

Sivaram, S; Bhatnagar, R K; Bhandari, S K; Sijher, J S (1975. )Differentiation between stains of human blood and blood of monkey. Forensic science, ,6 (3 ),145-52

Cheng, H C; Bhatnagar, R K; Long, J P Dopaminergic nature of amphetamine-induced pecking in pigeons. European journal of pharmacology, ,33 (2 ),319-24

Bacopoulos, N G; Bhatnagar, R K; Schnute, W J; Van Orden, L S (1975. )On the use of the fluorescence histochemical method to estimate catecholamine content in brain. Neuropharmacology, ,14 (4 ),291-9

Bhatnagar, R K; Bhandari, S K; Sijher, J S; Srivastava, P P [Preservation effects in forensic ABO-determinations using analysis of results as evidence in criminal cases] .Archiv für Kriminologie, ,154 (3-4 ),91-9

McKercher, T C; Van Orden, L S; Bhatnagar, R K; Burke, J P (1973. )Estrogen-induced biogenic amine reduction in rat uterus. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics, ,185 (3 ),514-22

Chiueh, C C; Bhatnagar, R K; Moore, K E (1972. )In vitro synthesis of noradrenaline in ganglia and salivary glands after in vivo preganglionic stimulation. The Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology, ,24 (6 ),459-63

Bhatnagar, R K; Moore, K E (1972. )Regulation of norepinephrine contents in neuronal cell bodies and terminals during and after cessation of preganglionic stimulation. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics, ,180 (2 ),265-76

Sodhi, H S; Bhatnagar, R K; MacKenzie, S L (1971. )Evaluation of methods for preparing proteins from plasma high density lipoproteins. Canadian journal of biochemistry, ,49 (9 ),1076-82

Bhatnagar, R K; Moore, K E (1971. )Effects of electrical stimulation, -methyltyrosine and desmethylimipramine on the norepinephrine contents of neuronal cell bodies and terminals. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics, ,178 (3 ),450-63

Bhatnagar, R K; Moore, K E (1971. )Maintenance of noradrenaline in neuronal cell bodies and terminals: effect of frequency of stimulation. The Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology, ,23 (8 ),625-7

Moore, R Y; Bhatnagar, R K; Heller, A (1971. )Anatomical and chemical studies of a nigro-neostriatal projection in the cat. Brain research, ,30 (1 ),119-35

Misra, R C; Saxena, S N; Gupta, S M; Bhatnagar, R K; Ghosh Ray, B; Chuttani, H K (1969. )Clinical and bacteriological evaluation of doxycycline, a new antibiotic. Chemotherapy, ,14 (1 ),54-9

Mukerji, A C; Sharma, M M; Taneja, O P; Saxena, S N; Bhatnagar, R K; Ghosh-Ray, B (1969. )A clinical trial of alpha-6-deoxyoxytetracycline (doxycycline) in the treatment of urinary tract infections. Chemotherapy, ,14 (2 ),77-85

Bhatnagar, R K; Sant, M V; Jhala, H I (1967. )Prevalence of leptospirosis in Bombay. Studies in man and animals. Indian journal of pathology & bacteriology, ,10 (4 ),324-31

Moore, R Y; Bhatnagar, R K; Heller, A (1966. )Norepinephrine and DOPA decarboxylase in rat brain following hypothalamic lesions. International journal of neuropharmacology, ,5 (4 ),287-91

Research and Practice Interests

Data mining, pattern recognition, AI, uncertainty handling, algorithms for bioinformatics.

Preferred Information

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Punit Boolchand is a materials scientist and the director of the Solid State Physics and Electronic Materials Laboratory. He discovered the Intermediate Phase. His experimental data over a 25-year period (1982–2007) formed the basis for the theory of network glasses developed by James Charles Phillips and Michael Thorpe. The theory was adopted by Corning Inc. and was a substantial factor contributing to the development of Gorilla glass by Corning scientists including John. C. Mauro. These networks, although disordered, exhibit many nearly ideal properties that have revolutionized glass science and technology, as part of HD TV and glass covers for devices such as cell phones.
Education

Ph.D., Case-Western Reserve University Cleveland, OH, 1969 (Physics)

M.S., Punjab University Chandigarh, 1965 (Physics)

B.S., Punjab University Chandigarh, 1964 (Physics)

Research Support

Grant: #DMR-0456472 Investigators:Boolchand, Punit 01-15-2005 -12-31-2009 National Science Foundation Self-Organization in Network Glasses Role:PI $492,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #INT-0138707-NCE Investigators:Boolchand, Punit 04-15-2002 -03-31-2006 National Science Foundation Self-Organization in Oxide Glasses Role:PI $18,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #NCE Investigators:Boolchand, Punit 03-01-2002 -02-28-2004 Axon Molecular Structure of Ag-Ge-S Glasses Role:PI $32,148.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #OBR AF 674 Investigators:Boolchand, Punit 08-15-2003 -07-31-2006 Ohio Board of Regents Acquisition of a FTIR-Raman Spectrometer System to Probe Intermediate Phases in Disordered Systems Role:PI $63,000.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #DMR-0315491 Investigators:Boolchand, Punit 08-15-2003 -07-31-2006 National Science Foundation Aquisition of an FTIR-Raman Spectrometer System to Probe Intermediate Phases in Disordered Systems Role:PI $120,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #DMR-0101808-NCE Investigators:Boolchand, Punit 04-01-2001 -03-31-2005 National Science Foundation The Intermediate Phase in Network Glasses Role:PI $345,503.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ME2-3008 Investigators:Boolchand, Punit 09-01-2001 -02-28-2003 U.S. Civilian Research & Development Foundation Rare-Earth Dopant Additives and Photo Structural Transformations in Chalcogenide Glasses Role:PI $4,395.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #DMR-9701289-NCE Investigators:Boolchand, Punit 02-01-1998 -01-31-2002 National Science Foundation Stiffness Threshold in Network Glasses Role:PI $270,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #DMR-9704228-002 Investigators:Boolchand, Punit 09-15-1997 -08-31-2001 National Science Foundation Development of a Novel 67Zn Mossbauer Spectrometer for Basic Materials Research Role:PI $307,350.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #DMR-0853957 Investigators:Boolchand, Punit 08-15-2009 -07-31-2013 National Science Foundation Self-Organization in Network Glasses-Beyond Selenides Role:PI $360,000.00 Completed

Grant: #SRS 007293 Investigators:Boolchand, Punit 09-01-2010 -09-15-2012 Adesto Technologies Corporation, Inc. Molecular Structures of GeSx Thin Films from Optical Measurements Role:PI $40,607.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #RSC 12025 \ FA8650-11-D-5401/0008 Investigators:Boolchand, Punit 08-01-2012 -09-30-2014 Department of Defense Investigation of Dielectric Materials: Bulk Glass Synthesis and Characterization Role:PI $70,065.00 Completed

Grant: #NSF DMR-1410118 Investigators:Angelopoulos, Anastasios; Boolchand, Punit 09-01-2014 -08-31-2017 National Science Foundation SusChEM: Sustainable Synthesis of Bismuth-Based Core-Shell Nanoparticles for Alternative Energy Applications Role:Co-PI $399,785.00 Active

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

P. Boolchand, Ping Chen and U. Vempati (2009. )"Intermediate Phases, structural variance and network demixing in chalcogenides: the unusual case of group V sulfides" .Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, ,355 1773 ,

Deassy I. Novita, P. Boolchand, M. Malki, Matthieu Micoulaut (2009. )"Elastic flexibility, fast-ion conduction, boson and floppy modes in AgPO3-AgI glasses" .J. Phys.: Condens. Matter, ,21, 205106 ,

Mingji Jin, Ping Chen, P. Boolchand, T. Rajagopalan, K. L. Chopra, K. Starbova, N. Starbov (2008. )"Origin of giant photocontraction in obliquely deposited amorphous GexSe1-x thin films and the intermediate phase" .Phys. Rev. , ,B 78 , 214201 ,

Deassy Novita, P.Boolchand, M. Malki and M. Micoulaut (2007. )"Fast-ion Conduction and flexibility of glassy networks" .Phys. Rev. Lett, ,98, 195501 ,

P. Boolchand, G. Lucovsky, J.C. Phillips, M.F. Thorpe (2005. )"Self-Organization and the Physics of Glassy Networks" .Phil. Mag, ,85, 3823 ,

K. C. Mishra, M. Raukas, G. Marking, Ping Chen, and P. Boolchand (2005. )"Investigation of Fluorescence Degradation Mechanism of Hydrated BaMgAl10O17:Eu2+ Phosphor" .J. Electrochemical Soc., ,152 (11): H183-H190 ,

Bo Sun, Panagiotis G. Smirniotis and P. Boolchand (2005. )"Visible Light Photocatalysis with Platinized Rutile TiO2 for Aqueous Organic Oxidation" .LANGMUIR, ,21 (24): 11397 ,

S. Chakravarty, D. G. Georgiev, P. Boolchand and M. Micoulaut (2005. )"Ageing, fragility and the reversibility window in bulk alloy glasses" .J. Phys. Condens Matter, ,17, L1-L7 ,

U. Vempati and P.Boolchand (2004. )The thermally reversing window in ternary GexPxS1-2x glasses .J. Phys. Condens. Matter, ,16, S5121 ,

J.Gump, I.Finkler, H.Xia, R.Sooryakumar, W.J.Bresser and P.Boolchand (2004. )"Light Induced Giant Softening of Network Glasses Observed near the Mean-Field Rigidity Transition" .Phys. Rev. Lett. , ,92, 245501 ,

M. Micoulaut, M. Malki, D. I. Novita, P. Boolchand (2009. )Fast-ion conduction and flexibility and rigidity of solid electrolyte glasses .Physical Review B, ,80 (184205 ),

F. Wang, W. P. Dunn, M. Jain, C. De Leo, N. Vicker, R. Savage, X. Jin, S. Mamedov, and P. Boolchand (2009. )The effects of thermal annealing on the obliquely deposited Ag-Ge-S thin films .Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, ,70 ,978-981

Ping Chen, P. Boolchand, D. G. Georgeiv (2010. )Long term aging of selenide glasses: evidence of sub-Tg endotherms and pre-Tg exotherms .J. Phys. Condens. Matter, ,22 (065104 ),

K. R. Gunugunuri, K. Gunasekera, P. Boolchand and P. Smirniotis (2011. )Cr- and Ce-Doped Ferrite Catalysts for the High Temperature Water-Gas Shift Reaction: TPR and Mossbauer Spectroscopic Study .J. Phys. Chem. C, ,115 ,920-930

K. R. Gunugunuri, K. Gunasekera, P. Boolchand, J. Dong and P. Smirniotis (2011. )High Temperature Water Gas Shift Reaction over Nanocrystalline Copper Codoped-Modified Ferrites .J. Phys. Chem. C, ,115 ,7586-7595

M. Cahay, P. Boolchand, S. B. Fairchild et al. (2011. )Review Article: Rare-earth monosulfides as durable and efficient cold cathodes .Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology, ,29 (06F602 ),

Honors and Awards

1995 Fellow American Physical Society

1995 George Riveschl Jr. Award for Distinguished Scientific Research University of Cincinnati

1992 College of Engineering Research Award University of Cincinnati

1976 Sigma Xi Recognition Award University of Cincinnati

Student Advising

Chad Holbrook (Doctoral )Advisor Status:In Progress

Ralph Chbeir (Master )Advisor Status:In Progress

Aarom Welton (Doctoral )Advisor Status:In Progress

Shreeram Jyoti Dash (Master )Advisor Status:In Progress

Soumendu Chakravarty (Doctoral )Advisor Status:In Progress

Chandi Mohanty (Master )Advisor Status:In Progress

Service

Sigma Xi President Type:Service to Student Groups Level:University

(Electronic, Materials and Devices Weekly Seminar Series )Other Type:University/College Service Level:University

Physical Review Letters, Physical Review B,J. Non-Crystalline Solids, J. Physics-Condensed Matter, Europhysics Letters, Thin-Solid Films, Solid State Ionics. Reviewer Type:Editorial Service Level:International

National Science Foundation Research Grant Proposals for several Programs including Solid State Physics, Ceramic and Electronic Materials and Metals and Alloys Reviewer Type:Editorial Service Level:National

Positions and Work Experience

1987 -To Present Professor, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

1981 -To Present Professor, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

1975 -1981 Associate Professor, University of Cincinnati,

1970 -1975 Assistant Professor, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

1969 -1970 Instructor, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

1999 -1997 Visiting Professor, University of Paris, France

1997 - Visiting Professor, University of Hyderabad, India

1981 - Visiting Professor, Leuven University, Belgium

1974 - Visiting Professor, Leuven University, Belgium

1973 - Research Associate, Stanford University, California

Research and Practice Interests

Electronic and photonic materials, ferroelectrics, high-T superconductors, magnetism, oxide and chalcogenide glasses, solid electrolytes, topological phases, nano-particles and catalysis.

Professional Affiliation

Fellow American Physical Society

Member American Association for Advancement of Science

Member Materials Research Society

Member Sigma Xi

Fellow University of Cincinnati,

Faculty Development Activities

09-20-2009 -09-24-2009 Invited talk- Intermediate Phases in Alkali Germanates and the role of Alkali atom size Workshop on “Topology, Structure and Dynamics in Non-Crystalline Solids” Paris, France Type:Workshop

01-06-2009 -01-09-2009 Signatures of self-organization in disordered networks” at the XXXVIII Winter Meeting on Statistical Physics Taxco, Guerrero, Mexico Type:Conference Attendance

06-29-2009 -07-03-2009 “New Perspectives on Intermediate Phases” 4th International Conference on Amorphous and Nanostructured Chalcogenides-Fundamentals and Applications ANC-4, Constanta, Romania Type:Conference Attendance

04-20-2008 -04-25-2008 “Self-organization in chalcogenide glasses: the unusual case of group V sulfides” , ISNOG XVIth meeting (The Sixteenth International Symposium on Non-Oxide and New Optical Glasses). Montpellier, France Type:Conference Attendance

02-11-2008 “Reversibility windows and self-organization in network glasses” Physics Department, University of Montreal Canada Type:Conference Attendance

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Department Head, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

812J Rhodes Hall

513-556-4754

M. Cahay has twenty five years experience in the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology and vacuum micro- and nano-electronics. He has published over 125 refereed journal papers and 55 refereed conference proceedings papers. He is an active member of the Electrochemical Society (ECS) for which he has co-edited of 11 proceedings volumes of symposia on quantum confinement and cold cathodes. He has been on the board of the IEEE Technical Committee on Spintronics and Nanomagnetism since 2002, has served on the program committees of 30 international conferences. He has written a book on an Introduction to Spintronics with Prof. Bandyopadhyay from Virginia Commonwealth University. His current area of research deals with generation of spin polarized currents by purely electrical means using asymmetrically bias quantum point contacts with in-plane side gates, experimental and theoretical investigations of field emission from carbon nanotube fibers and second electron emission from various anode materials.
                                                         
Education

Ph.D, Purdue University 1987

Masters, Purdue University West Lafayette IN, 1986 (Electrical Engineering)

BS, University of Liege Liege Belgium, 1981 (Physics)

Research Support

Grant: #ECS-0608854 Investigators:Cahay, Marc 07-01-2006 -06-30-2008 National Science Foundation Nanoscale Organic Spintronics Role:PI $100,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ECS-0524166 Investigators:Cahay, Marc 08-01-2005 -08-31-2009 National Science Foundation Self-Assembled Arrays of Rare-Earth Sulfide Nanowires for Traveling Wave Tube Applications Role:PI $119,982.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #F33601-03-P-0312 Investigators:Cahay, Marc 04-09-2003 -08-31-2003 Department of the Air Force Fabrication of Two 1-Inch Diameter, 1/8-Inch Thick Lanthanum Sulfide Targets Role:PI $4,630.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ECS-0002801 Investigators:Cahay, Marc 10-01-2000 -03-31-2001 National Science Foundation Student Travel to the First International Symposium on Cold Cathodes, 198th Meeting of the Electrochemical Society Role:PI $1,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #PO #34126 Investigators:Cahay, Marc 08-31-2000 -04-30-2001 Department of the Air Force Design of Wideband Microwave Amplifiers Role:PI $20,999.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ECS-9632511 Investigators:Cahay, Marc 07-01-1997 -12-31-1999 National Science Foundation Simulation of New Solid State Cold Cathode Emitters Using Current Carrying Thin Films Role:PI $64,441.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #F3361598C1204/P00008 Investigators:Cahay, Marc 02-19-1998 -06-30-2002 Department of the Air Force Growth and Characterization of a New Cold Cathode Using an InP/CdS/LaS Multilayered Structure Role:PI $573,500.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ECS-9906053-NCE Investigators:Cahay, Marc 08-01-1999 -07-31-2003 National Science Foundation Use of Sulfides to Achieve Durable Negative Electron Affinity Cold Cathodes, Photocathodes, and Polarized Electron Sources Role:PI $226,429.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #0725404 Investigators:Cahay, Marc; Debray, Philippe; Newrock, Richard 09-01-2007 -02-28-2011 National Science Foundation All-Electric Datta-Das SpinFET Role:Collaborator $324,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ECCS-1028423 Investigators:Cahay, Marc; Newrock, Richard 08-15-2010 -07-31-2013 National Science Foundation All-Electric Semiconductor Spin Valve Role:PI $350,867.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #NSF IIA-1341789 Investigators:Cahay, Marc 09-15-2013 -08-31-2014 National Science Foundation Spin Blockaded Transport and Wigner Crystallization in all Electric Spin Valves Role:PI $53,304.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #RX10-2015-UC-17-1 (Ludwick) Investigators:Cahay, Marc 03-15-2017 -03-14-2018 Ohio Department of Higher Education Hybrid Materials for Advanced Pulsed Power Devices Role:PI $45,990.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #ODHE Cyber Range Investigators:Baker, Vicki; Cahay, Marc; Franco, John; Gerst, Jason; Harknett, Richard; Li, Chengcheng; Said, Hazem; Verkamp, Brian 07-01-2017 -06-30-2019 Ohio Department of Higher Education Ohio Cyber Range Role:Collaborator $1,900,000.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Research and Practice Interests

Nanoelectronics, spintronics, vacuum microelectronics.

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Assoc Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

536 Engineering Research Cntr

513-556-1809

Education

Ph.D, Purdue University 1986

Research Support

Grant: #OSP 03106 Investigators:Cheng, Yizong 07-01-2002 -04-03-2005 Procter & Gamble Company Systematic Analysis of Gene Networks Role:PI $126,767.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #SRS 006205 Investigators:Cheng, Yizong 06-01-2009 -12-31-2011 Procter & Gamble Company Modeling Discovery by Analyzing Evolving Knowledge Networks Role:PI $100,000.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #Project Number 201674 Investigators:Cheng, Yizong 05-01-2012 -04-30-2013 Procter & Gamble Company Genome-Based Multi-Ingredient Treatment Selection Role:PI $100,000.00 Active Level:Industry

Research and Practice Interests

Self-organizing algorithms; Similarity and uncertainty representations; Computational biology; Machine learning; Digital libraries; Computer networks; Compilers. Test

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Assoc Professor - Educator, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

829 Old Chemistry Building

513-556-3455

Research and Practice Interests

Renewable energy, solar PV systems, digital systems design, embedded systems, circuit analysis, PLC industrial controls, signals and systems, digital signal processing, control systems

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Emeritus, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

513-556-4244

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Asst Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

540 Engineering Research Cntr

513-556-0134

Rui Dai joined the faculty of University of Cincinnati as an assistant professor in computer engineering in 2014. She received her BS in Electronics and Information Engineering and MS in Communications and Information Systems from the Department of Electronics and Information Engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST), Wuhan, China, in 2004 and 2007, respectively. She received her PhD degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA. in 2011, under the supervision of Professor Ian. F. Akyildiz in the Broadband Wireless Networking Laboratory. She was a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access of Georgia Tech from 2011 to 2012. More recently, she was an assistant professor at the Department of Computer Science at North Dakota State University.
Education

Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA, USA, 2011 (Electrical and Computer Engineering)

M.S., Huazhong Institute of Science and Technology Wuhan, Hubei, China, 2007 (Electronics and Information Engineering)

B.S., Huazhong Institute of Science and Technology Wuhan, Hubei, China, 2004 (Electronics and Information Engineering)

Research Support

Grant: #URC Faculty Awards AY2014-15 Investigators:Dai, Rui 05-01-2015 -04-30-2016 UC's University Research Council Towards Quality of Information Provisioning for Ubiquitous Wireless Imaging Applications Role:PI $12,000.00 Active Level:Internal UC

Grant: #CNS-1644946 Investigators:Dai, Rui 09-15-2016 -08-31-2018 National Science Foundation EAGER: Perceptual-Quality-Aware Video Communication in Wireless Camera Networks Role:PI $178,070.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #NIST (US Dept of Commerce) 60NANB17D193 Investigators:Brueggemann, Diane; Dai, Rui 06-01-2017 -05-31-2020 National Institute of Standards and Technology Information-Driven Video Communication for Public Safety Networks Role:PI $164,884.00 Active Level:Federal

Keywords

computer networking, sensor networks, multimedia communications, cyber physical systems

Research and Practice Interests

Wireless sensor networks, multimedia communications, sensor systems for healthcare, and cyber-physical systems.

Other Information

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=5FpqqysAAAAJ&hl=en,

Preferred Information

eecs.ceas.uc.edu/MNCL

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Sr Academic Adviser, CEAS - Advising

810 D Old Chemistry Building

513-556-1569

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Assoc Professor - Educator, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

829 Old Chemistry Building

513-556-4461

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Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

532 Engineering Research Cntr

513-556-2615

Dr. John (Marty) Emmert joined the faculty of the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department in 2018. He has six United States patents and has directed over $5M in research funding. In addition, he and colleagues have been awarded five phase II Small Business Innovative Research contracts from the Department of Defense. He is a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and he has received the IEEE Harold Nobel Award and the AFRL Sensors Directorate James B. Tsui Award for best patent.
 
His research interests span various topics including: VLSI Design and Architectures, ASICs, FPGAs, Embedded Systems, Hardware Security and Trust, Reconfigurable Computing, Fault Tolerance for Integrated Circuits, Electronic Warfare, GPS, and Automated Tools for IC Design and Trust. 
 
His research has been funded by AFRL, DARPA, NSF, State of Ohio and various industries including EDAptive Computing Inc.
 
He also served on active duty and as a reservist in the United States Air Force from 1989-2015. In the Air Force he held positions from UAV pilot to reserve wing commander, and he retired after 26 years as a Colonel. He has been awarded the Air Force Legion of Merit and five Meritorious Service Medals.
Education

Ph.D., University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio, 1999 (Computer Engineering)

M.S., Air Force Institute of Technology Dayton, OH, 1993 (Electrical Engineering)

B.S., University of Kentucky Lexington, KY, 1987 (Electrical Engineering)

Research Support

Grant: #CNS-1854461 (transfer in 1747726) Investigators:Emmert, John 08-01-2018 -10-31-2018 National Science Foundation Planning IUCRC University of Cincinnati: Center for Hardware and Embedded System Security and Trust (CHEST) Role:PI $13,375.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Research and Practice Interests

Computer Hardware (HW), especially Integrated Circuit (IC) Design: Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA) and Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASIC); Very Large Scale Integrate Circuit (VLSI) Design; Assurance, Security, and Trust for HW; HW Fault Tolerance; Asynchronous Circuit Design; Reconfigurable Computing; Cyber Physical Systems (CPS); Embedded Systems; Automated Computer Aided Design (CAD) Algorithm and Tool Development for IC HW; Circuits, Systems, and Sensors for Electronic Warfare (EW); and Integration of Global Positioning System (GPS) Algorithms and Methods.

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Asst Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

840 Engineering Research Cntr

562-881-5443

Dr. Esfandiari joined the College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Cincinnati as an Assistant Professor with dual appointment in Electrical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering. She completed her doctoral degree in Bioengineering from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA). She earned her Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering from the University of California Irvine with focus on design and development of a microfluidic platform for studying neurogenesis. Also, she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from California State University.
While at UCLA, Esfandiari also conducted research for the California Nano-System Institution (CNSI), and the Orthopedic Surgery Laboratory. During her academic training, Esfandiari has spent time giving back by leading and training graduate and undergraduate students in conducting research and experiments. Besides her academic practice, she has 4 years of industrial experience at  Applied Medical Co and Honeywell Inc.
Dr. Esfandiari has a multidisciplinary research background in development of Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) for studying cell mechanics, nano-surface chemistry and development of molecular biosensors. At University of Cincinnati, she is leading the Integrative BioSensing Laboratory with the main focus on design and development of miniaturized biosensors and bio-platforms for point-of-care (POC) medical diagnostics, preventive and therapeutic medicine. 
Education

Ph.D., University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Los Angeles CA, 2014 (Bioengineering )

MS.c. , University of California Irvine (UCI) Irvine CA, 2008 (Biomedical Engineering )

B.S, California State University Long Beach CA, 2006 (Electrical Engineering )

Research Support

Grant: #ODOT 27834 Investigators:Esfandiari, Leyla; Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Wendell, David 10-07-2016 -04-07-2017 Federal Highway Administration Noninvasive method to detect Eastern Hellbender in the state of Ohio using the environmental DNA Role:PI $98,541.11 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #30792 (FHWA), Hellbender Phase II Investigators:Esfandiari, Leyla; Wendell, David 03-20-2018 -03-20-2021 Ohio Department of Transportation Phase II: Non-Invasive Detection and Identification of Eastern Hellbender in Ohio Surface Waters Using Aquatic Environmental DNA Role:Collaborator $659,659.69 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #URS Strategic Collaborative Grants AY2017-2018 Investigators:Esfandiari, Leyla 07-30-2015 -06-30-2017 UC's Research Support Non-invasive biosensing through skin: Integrated reverse iontophoresis extraction and electrochemical impendance spectroscopy detection Role:PI $125,000.00 Active Level:Internal UC

Research and Practice Interests

Rapid, sensitive, portable and robust detection of biomolecules is of significant interest in a range of diverse health-related applications such as screening for oncogenes in cancer, drug screening in pharmaceutical industry, pathogen microbe identification in food and water safety, paternity test in forensic science and detection of bio-warfare agent in homeland security. However, the majority of the conventional detection methods are relying on tedious sample preparation techniques, target amplification by polymerase chain reaction (PCR), enzyme and fluorescent labeling, or sophisticated/bulky instrumentation. To address these shortcomings, Esfandiari’s research group is utilizing nanotechnology and microfabrication techniques to develop reagent-free handheld and wearable diagnostic devices with high sensitivity, selectivity and stable shelf life.
Additionally, she is interested in design and implementation of bio-platforms for investigating the effect of quantitatively controlled applied cues on various cell types to study the cell signaling pathways. Studying the micron-scale biological units under controlled heterogeneous environmental cues is crucial for understanding tissue functions and ultimately the organ system. The systematic investigation of basic biology under controlled applied forces has potential application in preventive, therapeutic, and regenerative medicine. 

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Assoc Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

812B Rhodes Hall

513-556-4241

Education

M.S., Ohio State University 1970

P.E., 1995

Research and Practice Interests

Electronics, communications, digital signal procesing, project management, instrumentation.

Preferred Information

homepages.uc.edu/~everlyjo

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Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

830 Rhodes Hall

513-556-4765

Education

Ph.D, University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana, 1985

Research Support

Grant: #HE6-UC-06-3 Investigators:Fan, H. Howard 06-12-2006 -12-31-2007 Ohio Board of Regents Smart Automatic Jettisoning Device for Helmet Mounted Display Systems Role:PI $52,998.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #PO 0000336552 Investigators:Fan, H. Howard 07-18-2003 -10-31-2003 National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Programming Support of NIMS Conversion Role:PI $10,168.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #N00014-04-1-0059/02 Investigators:Fan, H. Howard 10-01-2003 -03-30-2008 Department of the Navy Wideband Multi-Source Direction-on-Arrival Estimation in Multipath Using Cyclostationarity Role:PI $359,641.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #PO 0000236576 Investigators:Fan, H. Howard 05-29-2002 -09-30-2002 National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Programming Support for Nonlinear Orifices Research Role:PI $9,547.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #PO 0000236888 Investigators:Fan, H. Howard 08-20-2002 -06-15-2003 National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Cochlear Model Translation and Automatic Parsing Research Role:PI $24,774.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #00-4035-01/Stop Work Investigators:Fan, H. Howard 07-01-2000 -03-31-2001 Department of the Navy AlphaCom Communications System Role:PI $39,950.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #P.O. #N104117 Investigators:Fan, H. Howard 05-17-2001 -06-30-2001 Nova Engineering Company Mobile User Objective System, Variable Length Packets and Forward Error Correcting Role:PI $13,557.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #N000149610241/A0002 Investigators:Fan, H. Howard 10-01-1995 -09-30-1999 Department of the Navy High Speed, Numerically Superior Signal Process Algorithms Using QR Decomposition and Delta Operator Role:PI $391,867.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #DAAD190010529/P00006 Investigators:Fan, H. Howard 09-15-2000 -09-14-2003 Department of the Army New Methods in Joint Blind Multi-User Detection and Blind Channel Identification/Equalization for Code Division Multiple Access Systems Role:PI $279,775.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #N00014-07-1-0425 Investigators:Fan, H. Howard 02-14-2007 -02-13-2010 Department of the Navy Collaborative DOA Estimation, Tracking, and Source Localization Role:PI $133,292.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #Ry3-UC-08-9 Investigators:Fan, H. Howard 06-10-2008 -12-31-2011 Ohio Board of Regents Radar Signal Decomposition (Fellowship Program) Role:PI $183,846.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #STTR N14A-T009 / N68335-14-C-0328 Investigators:Fan, H. Howard 09-10-2014 -10-31-2015 Department of the Navy Precise Positioning using Global Positioning Systems (GPS) Role:PI $25,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #NIST 70NANB17H171 Investigators:Fan, H. Howard; Wang, Jialiang 06-01-2017 -05-31-2019 National Institute of Standards and Technology First Responder Indoor Location Using LTE Direct Mode Operations Role:PI $215,269.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #EPA 83694001_0 Investigators:Fan, H. Howard; Wang, Jialiang 02-01-2017 -01-31-2019 Environmental Protection Agency P3 (People, Prosperity and the Planet) Phase II Grant Awards Role:Collaborator $75,000.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #NIST 70NANB17H171 Investigators:Fan, H. Howard; Wang, Jialiang 06-01-2017 -05-31-2019 National Institute of Standards and Technology First Responder Indoor Location Using LTE Direct Mode Operations Role:PI $215,269.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #EPA 83694001_0 Investigators:Fan, H. Howard; Wang, Jialiang 02-01-2017 -01-31-2019 Environmental Protection Agency P3 (People, Prosperity and the Planet) Phase II Grant Awards Role:Collaborator $75,000.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #NIST 70NANB17H171 Investigators:Fan, H. Howard; Wang, Jialiang 06-01-2017 -05-31-2019 National Institute of Standards and Technology First Responder Indoor Location Using LTE Direct Mode Operations Role:PI $215,269.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #EPA 83694001_0 Investigators:Fan, H. Howard; Wang, Jialiang 02-01-2017 -01-31-2019 Environmental Protection Agency P3 (People, Prosperity and the Planet) Phase II Grant Awards Role:Collaborator $75,000.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #NIST 70NANB17H171 Investigators:Fan, H. Howard; Wang, Jialiang 06-01-2017 -05-31-2019 National Institute of Standards and Technology First Responder Indoor Location Using LTE Direct Mode Operations Role:PI $215,269.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #EPA 83694001_0 Investigators:Fan, H. Howard; Wang, Jialiang 02-01-2017 -01-31-2019 Environmental Protection Agency P3 (People, Prosperity and the Planet) Phase II Grant Awards Role:Collaborator $75,000.00 Active Level:Federal

Research and Practice Interests

Signal processing, adaptive signal processing, array signal processing, digital and wireless communications, inference mitigation, systems theory and system identification.

Preferred Information

secs.ceas.uc.edu/~fanh

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Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

804B Rhodes Hall

513-556-4759

Education

Ph.D, Case Western Reserve 1963

Research Support

Grant: #NCE Investigators:Ferendeci, Altan 12-01-2001 -12-31-2002 Health Effects Institute Micro Relay Coil Role:PI $28,659.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #PO 236268 Investigators:Ferendeci, Altan 12-10-2001 -09-27-2002 National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Improve Computer Programs to Analyze and Graph Magnetic Field Waveform Data Role:PI $17,915.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #PO 0000236706 Investigators:Ferendeci, Altan 07-26-2002 -10-31-2002 National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Improve and Provide Support for Computer Programs Role:PI $7,160.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #PO 0000336239-1 Investigators:Ferendeci, Altan 12-02-2002 -05-31-2003 National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Improve and Provide Support for Computer Programs Role:PI $21,345.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #PO 0000136364 Investigators:Ferendeci, Altan 03-19-2001 -10-31-2001 National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Programming the Analysis and Graphing of Magnetic Field Waveform Data Role:PI $11,070.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #S-848-000-001/N6600108M1034 Investigators:Ferendeci, Altan 05-21-2008 -05-20-2009 Department of the Navy High Temperature Superconductor Circuit Integration with CMOS Electronics on Sapphire Role:PI $30,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #CIRE-T1-UC / FA8650-10-D-1750 Investigators:Ferendeci, Altan 01-21-2010 -01-20-2012 Department of the Air Force Center for Innovative Radar Engineering (CIRE) Tech Area 1, Task Order 1 Role:PI $44,999.00 Closed Level:Federal

Research and Practice Interests

Electromagnetic theory, microwaves, solid state electronics, RF, millimeter waves and optical communications.

Preferred Information

homepages.uc.edu/~ferendam

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Microelectronics Engineer, CEAS - Clean Room

388 Engineering Research Cntr

513-556-4796

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Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

831 Rhodes Hall

513-556-1817

Prof. Franco is director of the National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations at the University of Cincinnati.  The Center is a collaborative effort involving three university colleges, and two local major defense contractors for advanced training in cyber operations and cyber security.

Prof. Franco is editor-in-chief of the Journal on Satisfiability, Boolean Modeling, and Computation, and an editor of the Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence.  He is Vice Chair of the SAT Association and a member of the steering committee for the annual Internation Conference on the Theory and Applications of Satisfiability Testing.

Prof. Franco has been PI, Co-PI, or Senior Personnel on 18 grants and contracts from the ONR, AFOSR, EPA, NSA, and NSF. He spent 9 months sabbatical leave at Fort George G. Meade in Research and Engineering on Satisfiability research, was visiting scientist at FAW, Ulm, Germany for three summers, and visiting scientist at U. Paderborn for a summer.
 
Education

Ph.D in Computer Science, Rutgers the State University of New Jersey 1981 (Computer Science)

M.S. in E.E., Columbia University New York, 1971 (Electrical Engineering)

B.S. in E.E., City College of New York New York City, 1969 (Electrical Engineering)

Research Support

Grant: #MDA90402C1162/P00005 Investigators:Franco, John 03-27-2002 -08-31-2004 National Security Agency Satisfiability Algorithm Research and Development to Enhance Formal Verification Tools Role:PI $561,906.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #MDA90499C4547/P00004 Investigators:Franco, John 06-22-1999 -09-30-2001 National Security Agency Satisfiability Algorithm Research and Development to Enhance Formal Verification Tools Role:PI $493,185.00 Closed Level:Federal

Investigators:Franco, John 11-01-1998 -10-31-1999 Advanced Computing Systems Association Perl to JVM Optimization Role:PI $21,269.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #SRS 006291 Investigators:Franco, John 07-06-2009 -03-31-2010 National Security Agency Integrated Algebraic and Resolution Algorithms for Improved Solutions to Difficult Problems Role:PI $61,549.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #DUE-1244697 Investigators:Bhattacharya, Prabir; Franco, John 09-15-2013 -08-31-2016 National Science Foundation Collaborative Research: Real World Relevant Security Labware for Mobile Analysis and Protection Experience Role:Collaborator $140,002.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #EEC-1404766 Investigators:Angelopoulos, Anastasios; Bhattacharya, Prabir; Cohen, Kelly; Franco, John; Guliants, Vadim; Kastner, Jeffrey; Kukreti, Anant; Kupferle, Margaret; Lu, Mingming; Nistor, Vasille; Sorial, George; Wei, Heng; Wendell, David 05-01-2014 -04-30-2017 National Science Foundation RET Site on "Challenge-Based Learning and Engineering Design Process Enhanced Research Experiences for Middle and High School In-Service Teachers." Role:Collaborator $498,949.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #0416-CS-PB-UC / NSF 1636995 Investigators:Franco, John 04-01-2016 -08-31-2017 National Science Foundation Real World Relevant Security Labware for Mobile Threat Analysis and Protection Experience Role:PI $21,300.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #H98230-17-1-0345 Investigators:Franco, John; Li, Chengcheng 07-01-2017 -06-30-2018 National Security Agency Train and Certify Qualified Instructors to Teach CAE's Cybersecurity Curricula Role:Collaborator $497,782.06 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #ODHE Cyber Range Investigators:Baker, Vicki; Cahay, Marc; Franco, John; Gerst, Jason; Harknett, Richard; Li, Chengcheng; Said, Hazem; Verkamp, Brian 07-01-2017 -06-30-2019 Ohio Department of Higher Education Ohio Cyber Range Role:Collaborator $1,900,000.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #ODHE RAPIDS 2018 Investigators:Atluri, Gowtham; Franco, John; Li, Chengcheng 07-01-2017 -06-30-2018 Ohio Department of Higher Education RAPIDS Equipment Request Role:PI $253,395.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #H98230-18-1-0333 Investigators:Franco, John 09-05-2018 -09-04-2019 National Security Agency 12.905 CAE-CO 2018/2019 Curriculum Development Initiatives Role:PI $59,999.97 Active Level:Federal

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

J Gu, PW Purdom, J Franco, BW Wah (1999. )Algorithms for the satisfiability (sat) problem .Handbook of Combinatorial Optimization, ,379 --572

J Franco, M Paull (1983. )Probabilistic analysis of the Davis Putnam procedure for solving the satisfiability problem .Discrete Applied Mathematics, ,5 (1 ),77 --87

C Ming-Te, J Franco (1990. )Probabilistic analysis of a generalization of the unit-clause literal selection heuristics for the k satisfiability problem .Information Sciences , ,51 (4 ),289 --314

MT Chao, J Franco (1986. )Probabilistic analysis of two heuristics for the 3-satisfiability problem .SIAM Journal on Computing, ,15 (4 ),1106 --1118

J Franco, A Van Gelder (2003. )A perspective on certain polynomial-time solvable classes of satisfiability .Discrete Applied Mathematics, ,125 (2 ),177 --214

JS Schlipf, FS Annexstein, JV Franco, RP Swaminathan (1995. )On finding solutions for extended Horn formulas .Information Processing Letters, ,54 (3 ),133 --137

J. Franco (1986. )On the probabilistic performance of algorithms for the satisfiability problem .Information Processing Letters , ,23 (2 ),103 --106

J. Franco (2001. )Results related to threshold phenomena research in satisfiability: lower bounds .Theoretical Computer Science, ,265 (1 ),147 --157

DS Wise, J Franco (1990. )Costs of quadtree representation of nondense matrices .Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing , ,9 (3 ),282 --296

J. Franco (1991. )Elimination of infrequent variables improves average case performance of satisfiability algorithms .SIAM Journal on Computing, ,20 (6 ),1119 --1127

J. Franco (1984. )Probabilistic analysis of the pure literal heuristic for the satisfiability problem .Annals of Operations Research, ,1 (3 ),273 --289

K Berman, J Schlipf, J Franco (1995. )Computing the well-founded semantics faster .Logic Programming and Nonmonotonic Reasoning, ,113 --126

J Franco, J Martin (2009. )A History of Satisfiability .Handbook of Satisfiability, ,185 ,3 --74

J Franco, M Kouril, J Schlipf, J Ward, S Weaver, M Dransfield, MW Vanfleet (2003. )SBSAT: a state-based, BDD-based satisfiability solver .International Conference on Theory and Applications of Satisfiability Testing , ,398 --410

J Franco, YC Ho (1988. )Probabilistic performance of a heuristic for the satisfiability problem .Discrete Applied Mathematics, ,22 (1 ),35 --51

V Franco, WM VanFleet, J Schlipf, MR Dransfield (2005. )Method and system for non-linear state based satisfiability .US Patent 6,912,700, ,

M Kouril, J Franco (2005. )Resolution tunnels for improved SAT solver performance .International Conference on Theory and Applications of Satisfiability Testing, ,143 --157

LC Murdoch, J Franco (1994. )The analysis of constant drawdown wells using instantaneous source functions .Water resources research, ,30 (1 ),117 --124

J Franco, J Goldsmith, J Schlipf, E Speckenmeyer, RP Swaminathan (1999. )An algorithm for the class of pure implicational formulas .Discrete Applied Mathematics, ,96 ,89 --106

MN Velev, J Franco (2014. )Application of constraints to formal verification and artificial intelligence .Ann. Math. Artif. Intell. , ,70 (4 ),313 --314

W Yue, J Franco, Q Han, W Cao (2014. )Improved anytime d* algorithm .IAENG Transactions on Engineering Technologies, ,383 --396

J Franco, S Weaver (2013. )Algorithms for the Satisfiability Problem .Handbook of Combinatorial Optimization, ,311 --454

Book Chapter

J Franco and S. Weaver (2013 )Algorithms for the Satisfiability Problem Handbook on Combinatorial Optimization .(pp. 311--454).Springer(Author)

J. Franco (2010 )Probabilistic analysis of Satisfiability algorithms Boolean Methods and Models .

J. Franco and J. Martin (2009 )A History of Satisfiability Handbook on Satisfiability .IOS Press

J. Gu, P.W. Purdom, J. Franco, and B.W. Wah (2002 )Algorithms for the Satisfiability (SAT) Problem Handbook of Applied Optimization .(pp. 640--660).Oxford University Press

J. Gu, P.W. Purdom, J. Franco, and B. Wah (1999 )Algorithms for the Satisfiability (SAT) Problem Handbook of Combinatorial Optimization, Supplement Volume A .Kluwer

Research and Practice Interests

Information assurance, cyber defense, design & analysis of SAT algorithms, applications of SAT to network and computer security, formal methods, model checking, interactive first order logic theorem provers.

Other Information

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=ldgiV80AAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao,

Preferred Information

http://gauss.ececs.uc.edu

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Zachariah Elijiah Fuchs link

Asst Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

Rhodes Hall

513-556-4461

Research Support

Grant: #18-S8401-16-Cl / FA8650-16-C-2642 Investigators:Fuchs, Zachariah 09-01-2018 -08-31-2020 Air Force Research Laboratory Theoretic and Numerical Methods to Control Strategies for Relational Maneuvering between Multi-Agent Systems Role:PI $20,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

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Teresa Hamad link

Sr Academic Adviser, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

812F Rhodes Hall

513-556-2833

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Chia Yung Han link

Assoc Professor, CEAS - Computer Science

820B Old Chemistry Building

513-556-1813

Education

Ph.D, University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, 1985 (Computer Engineering)

M.S. , University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, 1977 (EE)

BS, University of Sao Paulo Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1975 (EE)

Research Support

Grant: #135384 Investigators:Han, Chia Yung; Zhou, Xuefu 03-01-2015 -02-29-2016 Children’s Cardiomyopathy Foundation Automated ECG Screening for Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Role:Collaborator $24,000.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Research and Practice Interests

Computer graphics, computer games and scientific visualizations, digital image processing, machine vision and computer vision, AI, knowledge engineering and knowledge management systems, intelligent building systems, building automation control, human-computer interaction and collaborative science.

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Jason C. Heikenfeld link

Asst Vice President, OoI Technology Transfer & Commercializat

1819IHUB

513-556-4763

More info: www.noveldevicelab.com / www.eccrine.com / www.uc1819.com

See Prof. Heikenfeld in a 2015 UC Faces Video.
Education

Ph.D, University of Cincinnati 2001 (Electrical Engineering)

B.S.E.E. with Minors in Photonics and in Physics, University of Cincinnati 1998 (Electrical Engineering)

Research Support

Grant: #000007 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 09-01-2006 -08-30-2009 Motorola, Incorporated Electrostatic Conformal Color Changing Surfaces Role:PI $87,631.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #ECCS-0640964 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 07-01-2007 -06-30-2012 National Science Foundation CAREER: Electrowetting Microprisms from Agile Fresnel Optics to Wide-Angle Phased Arrays Role:PI $400,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 004855 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 07-01-2006 -03-31-2012 Sun Chemical Corporation Dispersed Nanopigments for High Performance Electrowetting Displays Role:PI $301,363.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #FA95500710073 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 01-01-2007 -11-30-2009 Air Force Office of Scientific Research Fundamental Understanding of Materials and Operational Issues for Electrowetting Optics in Extreme Environment and High-Accuracy Air Force Application Role:PI $344,882.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #CBET-0729250 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 09-01-2007 -02-28-2011 National Science Foundation Collaborative Research: Electrofluidic Carbon Nanofiber Arrays for Multi-Dimensional Separations Role:PI $113,509.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 05122 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 01-02-2007 -12-31-2007 Prime View International High Transmissivity Electrowetting Display Module Role:PI $76,799.00 Active Level:Foreign Industry

Grant: #UDRI RSC 07028-ODOD W944SR-06-C-0043 Investigators:Cuppoletti, John; Heikenfeld, Jason; Heineman, William; Steckl, Andrew 02-26-2007 -02-26-2014 Ohio Department of Development Institute for Development Commercialization of Advanced Sensor Role:Collaborator $1,000,000.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SRS 005252 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 11-01-2007 -05-30-2012 SeeReal Technologies S.A. Electrowetting Microprism Arrays for Wide View Angel 3D Displays Role:PI $173,727.00 Closed Level:Foreign Industry

Grant: #USAF-5408-25-SC-0003 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 05-12-2008 -07-14-2009 Air Force Office of Scientific Research Biomaterials for Advanced Electrofluidic Devices Role:PI $144,999.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 005653 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 05-01-2008 -07-01-2009 Polymer Vision Ltd. Rollable Electrofluidic Displays Role:PI $111,465.00 Closed Level:Foreign Industry

Grant: #SRS 006388 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 09-01-2009 -10-31-2009 Procter & Gamble Company Development of a Prototype that utilizes Electrowetting for Controlled Pumping of Fragrance Fluids Role:PI $4,000.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #09-S568-077-01-C1 / AFRL FA8650-05-D-5807 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 08-03-2009 -01-09-2013 Department of the Air Force Universal Retroflector Role:PI $401,318.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #ECCS-0922682 Investigators:Ahn, Chong; Boyd, Joseph; Halsall, H Brian; Heikenfeld, Jason; Heineman, William; Jackson, Howard; Kogan, Andrei; Mantei, Thomas; Papautsky, Ian; Schaefer, Dale; Schulz, Mark; Shanov, Vesselin; Smith, Leigh; Yarrison-Rice, Jan 09-01-2009 -08-31-2010 National Science Foundation MRI: Acquisition of a Nanoscale Imprint Lithography System Role:Collaborator $360,468.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #W911NF-09-2-0034 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 09-29-2009 -09-28-2012 Department of the Army Research Laboratory Flexible Electrofluidic Chromatophore Laminates and Displays Role:PI $1,502,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OBR AF925 Investigators:Ahn, Chong; Boyd, Joseph; Halsall, H Brian; Heikenfeld, Jason; Heineman, William; Jackson, Howard; Kogan, Andrei; Mantei, Thomas; Papautsky, Ian; Schaefer, Dale; Schulz, Mark; Shanov, Vesselin; Smith, Leigh; Yarrison-Rice, Jan 09-01-2009 -08-31-2010 Ohio Board of Regents MRI: Acquisition of a Nanoscale Imprint Lithography System Role:Collaborator $180,234.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #966340 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 02-12-2010 -08-31-2010 Johns Hopkins University Electrofluidic Skins Role:PI $74,938.00 Closed Level:Institution of Higher Education

Grant: #SRS 006807 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 04-01-2010 -03-31-2011 LG Display Co., Ltd. Light Emitting/Transmitting Electrowetting Displays Role:PI $90,000.00 Active Level:Foreign Industry

Grant: #ECCS-1001141 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason; Papautsky, Ian 07-01-2010 -06-30-2014 National Science Foundation Collaborative Research: Guided Electrowetting for Agile Channel Formation in Reconfigurable Lab-on-a-Chip Role:PI $269,978.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #S-875-130-002 \ FA8650-09-D-5037 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 10-14-2010 -10-13-2013 Department of the Air Force Bimimetic Electrofluidic Chromatophores for Adaptive Concealment Role:PI $402,772.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #TECH 11-016 Investigators:Ahn, Chong; Heikenfeld, Jason; Iyer, Suri; Papautsky, Ian; Son, Sang Young; Steckl, Andrew 07-19-2010 -06-30-2014 Ohio Department of Development The Ohio Center for Microfluidic Innovation Role:PI $2,956,675.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #979770 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 02-16-2011 -08-31-2011 Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Electrofluidic Skins Role:PI $75,000.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #982633 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 05-04-2011 -02-01-2013 Other Federal Electrofluidic Films Research Role:PI $105,000.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #Prime IIP-1143160 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 01-01-2012 -06-30-2012 National Science Foundation Chemically Vapor Deposited Hydrophobic Dielectric Coatings for Electrowetting Devices Role:PI $36,760.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #PO 106864 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 04-02-2012 -08-31-2012 Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Electrofluidic Skins Role:PI $2,000.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #Sub Cont 875-060-020 \ FA8650-09-D-5037/6 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 05-01-2012 -10-31-2012 Air Force Research Laboratory Fully Electromagnetically Adaptive Surfaces and Apertures (FEASA) Role:PI $80,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #226-6273-NDL \ FA8650-12-C-6273 Investigators:Beyette, Fred; Choi, Seokheun; Heikenfeld, Jason; Papautsky, Ian; Wilsey, Philip 06-01-2012 -06-10-2013 Air Force Research Laboratory Arrayed Volatile Organic Sensors: System-Level Proof of Concept Role:PI $51,500.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #PO# KM3471260E Amend 0001 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 09-01-2012 -12-12-2012 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company Conformal Ink via Vacuum Press Role:PI $80,429.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #ECCS-1231668 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 10-01-2012 -09-30-2015 National Science Foundation GOALI: Bi-Primary Electrokinetic Displays - Electronic Paper with Color Performance Approaching Printed Media Role:PI $357,526.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #109900 \ W15P7T-12-D-CT01 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 09-01-2012 -09-30-2013 Department of the Army Research Laboratory Advanced Functionality and Technology Development of Display Technology Role:PI $48,847.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #APL Contract No. 110960 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 11-01-2012 -08-31-2013 Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Electrofluidic Energy Harvesting Role:PI $15,000.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #Material Evaluation Agreement Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 11-01-2012 -04-30-2013 Industrial Technology Research Institute International, Inc. Electrowetting Materials and Displays Role:PI $6,400.00 Active Level:Foreign Other

Grant: #S-923-401-003 \ FA8650-10-C-6152 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 02-01-2013 -01-31-2014 Department of the Air Force Sweat Collecting Systems and Radio-frequency identification Patch Integration Role:PI $79,717.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #Heikenfeld - MOU Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 04-18-2013 -04-17-2014 FlexTech Alliance Nano-Bio Manufacturing Consortium (NBMC) Role:PI $.00 Active Level:Other

Grant: #ECCS-1347725 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 09-01-2013 -08-31-2015 National Science Foundation EAGER: Sweat, Sense, and Signal (S3) - Demonstration of fM to pM Electrical Sensing of BioMarkers in Sweat Role:PI $160,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #Std Industry Sponsored Research Agreement Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 10-01-2013 -06-30-2014 Sun Chemical Corporation Inks for Electronic Optical Shutters Role:PI $15,000.00 Awarded Level:Industry

Grant: #UES S-875-040-014 / AFRL FA8650-09-D-5037 0004 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason; Mast, David 05-06-2014 -08-05-2015 Air Force Research Laboratory Advanced Liquid Metal Reconfiguration Materials, Devices, and Sub-Systems Role:PI $200,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #Subaward #14-008053-B00 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 12-29-2013 -12-28-2014 Nano-Bio Manufacturing Consortium Nano-Bio Manufacturing Consortium 'NBMC Microfluidics and Sensing Support - Specifically for University of Massachusetts Amherst' Role:PI $50,000.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #NCRADA -NSWCCD-12-143 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 10-17-2014 -10-16-2015 Department of the Navy APPLICATION OF ARRAYED ELECTROWETTING PRISMS AND SWITCHABLE RETRO-REFLECTORS Role:PI $.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #S-926-013-004 / FA8650-11-D-5801 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 06-16-2015 -09-30-2016 Air Force Research Laboratory TOPS IV ? Effort BH, Optical Interaction with Materials Role:PI $47,200.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #DAGSI # RX23-UC-15-3 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 06-16-2015 -06-15-2016 Air Force Research Laboratory Organic Materials for Robust Electronic Interfaces with Gallium Liquid Metal Alloys Role:PI $51,000.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #Sub 100 / AFRL FA 8650-15-C-6625 Investigators:Beyette, Fred; Heikenfeld, Jason 12-04-2015 -09-21-2017 Air Force Research Laboratory Research and Development of a Gen 3 Sweat Sensing Patch: Sweat Stimulation, Impedance Spectroscopy Sensors, Impedance Spectroscopy Electronics Role:PI $479,808.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #SRA / Pre-award 009965 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 09-01-2015 -12-03-2015 Eccrine Systems, Inc. Research and Development of a Gen 3 Sweat Sensing Patch: Sweat Stimulation, Impedance Spectroscopy Sensors, Impedance Spectroscopy Electronics Role:PI $11,376.50 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #ECCS-1608275 Investigators:Gaillard, Trudy; Heikenfeld, Jason; Kasting, Gerald 07-01-2016 -06-30-2019 National Science Foundation Chronologically Correlated Sweat Biosensing Role:PI $375,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #NCRADA-NSWCCD-16-186 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 06-15-2016 -06-14-2017 Naval Surface Warfare Center APPLICATION OF ARRAYED ELECTROWETTING PRISMS AND SWITCHABLE RETRO-REFLECTORS Role:PI $.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #Sub 200 / FA8650-16-C-6760 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 01-01-2017 -11-02-2018 Air Force Research Laboratory HPS BAA Phase II Sweat Biosensing Research Role:PI $344,225.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #WSU 670364-1 sub WSARC-1077-700 sub ODHE/OFRN Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason; Kasting, Gerald 09-16-2016 -09-18-2018 Ohio Department of Higher Education Sweat Biosensing Role:PI $516,867.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #Eccrine Systems UC FUA Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 01-01-2017 -12-31-2017 Eccrine Systems, Inc. Facility Use Agreement for University of Cincinnati's Novel Devices Laboratory Role:PI $3,557.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #010818 Adroit FUA Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 03-01-2017 -02-28-2018 Adroit R&D, LLC Facility Use Agreement for University of Cincinnati's Novel Devices Laboratory Role:PI $1,779.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #RX23-UC-15-3-AFRL Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 06-16-2017 -06-15-2018 Air Force Research Laboratory Organic Materials for Robust Electronic Interfaces with Gallium Liquid Metal Alloys Role:PI $2,778.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #2018 Collaboration Agreement Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 05-01-2018 -12-31-2018 Eccrine Systems, Inc. ISF Sensing Discovery Project Role:PI $38,756.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #S-977-022-003 / FA8650-14-D-6516 Task 0002 Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 05-28-2018 -11-21-2018 Air Force Research Laboratory Physiological Marker Sensing Materials and Devices Role:PI $38,000.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #Kroger_UC Ofc of Innovation_Master Svcs Agmt Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 08-13-2018 -08-12-2023 Kroger Company Kroger Master Sponsored Agreement Role:PI $.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #2018 Coloplast FUA Investigators:Heikenfeld, Jason 08-06-2018 -09-01-2018 Coloplast Facility Use Agreement (FUA) with Coloplast A/S Role:PI $1,778.00 Awarded Level:Industry

Research and Practice Interests

Wearable and flexible electronics, rapid prototyping, electronic materials, electrowetting, biosensors, microfluidics, and optics.

Other Information

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=XT0lBpMAAAAJ&hl=en
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Preferred Information

http://www.noveldevicelab.com/

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Arthur J Helmicki link

Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

818 Rhodes Hall

513-556-6069

The focus of my research and teaching have been in the core area of Systems/Controls, with specialization in the development and application of practical, nondestructive evaluation techniques for damage identification, system identification and parameter estimation, condition assessment, health monitoring, remote monitoring/sensing, and associated information technologies. This includes the development of all necessary hardware, software, and algorithms for instrumentation, signal processing and data interpretation. I have worked on extensive application of these techniques in the areas of civil infrastructure systems, biomedicine, and aerospace.
Education

Ph.D., Rensselear Polytechnic Institute Troy, NY, 1989 (Electrical Engineering)

M.S., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy, NY, 1988 (Electrical Engineering)

B.S., Boston University Boston, MA, 1983 (Electrical Engineering)

Research Support

Grant: #CCHMC 103047 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 08-15-2006 -06-30-2011 National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute Vascular Functions in Children with Sleep Disorder Breathing Role:PI $181,544.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ODOT #21104 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur 01-22-2006 -12-31-2006 Federal Highway Administration Truckload Testing of SHE-29-1533 in Sidney, Ohio Role:PI $92,687.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #20359/FY 05, 06 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 12-15-2003 -06-15-2011 Federal Highway Administration Instrumentation of the Maumee River Crossing Role:PI $459,106.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP04169/1 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur 10-04-2004 -12-31-2005 Federal Highway Administration Instrumentation of the Ironton-Russell Bridge Phase I: Preliminary Analysis and Monitor Design Role:PI $226,811.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: ##33857 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur 03-01-2004 -08-31-2004 Ohio Department of Transportation Load Testing of Fort Washington Way Bridges 22 and 23 Role:PI $28,151.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #20979 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur 09-15-2005 -07-15-2010 Federal Highway Administration Degradation Rates for Various Ohio Bridge Types Role:PI $153,617.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #15X8938 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Swanson, James 03-01-2005 -12-31-2010 Cincinnati, City of Load Testing of Fort Washington Way Bridge 29 Role:PI $127,662.00 Active Level:Local Government

Grant: #11569/FY 04 & 05 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur 06-01-2002 -12-31-2013 Federal Highway Administration Instrumentation of the US Grant Bridge for Monitoring of Fabrication, Erection, In-Service Behavior Role:PI $903,100.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #11388 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur 05-01-2002 -04-30-2004 Ohio Department of Transportation Nondestructive Testing and Evaluation of the Ironton-Russel Bridge: Continued Long-Term Monitoring Role:PI $15,938.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #OSP03118 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur 07-01-2002 -12-31-2008 Ohio Department of Transportation Instrumentation of the Maumee River Crossing Role:PI $297,968.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #revised Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur 07-01-2003 -06-30-2004 American Society for Nondestructive Testing, Inc. Nondestructive Testing and Evaluation of Bridges: Development of Modal Test Calibrated Modeling and Rating Software Tools Role:PI $15,000.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #OSP99189 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur 08-01-1999 -06-30-2001 Ohio Department of Transportation Nondestructive Testing and Evaluation of the Ironton-Russell Bridge Role:PI $211,097.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #9771-D Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur 04-03-2000 -12-31-2005 Federal Highway Administration Bridge Type Specific Management of Steel Stringer Bridges: Development of Field Calibrated Software and Statistical Database Role:PI $395,242.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #9879/Adden D Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur 06-12-2000 -06-02-2005 Federal Highway Administration Instrumentation, Testing and Monitoring of Reinforced Concrete Deck-on-Steel Girder Bridges - HAM-42-0992 and HAM-126-0881L Role:PI $89,450.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #10178/D Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur 01-01-2001 -12-31-2005 Federal Highway Administration Objective Condition Assessment of Deteriorated or Damaged Bridges in Ohio Role:PI $203,808.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: ##10678 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur 06-01-2001 -06-30-2002 Federal Highway Administration Instrumented Monitoring and Field Calibrated Modeling of WAS-33-2013 Prior to, During and After Superload Role:PI $88,325.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #CMS-9622259 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur 03-01-1997 -02-29-2000 National Science Foundation Bridge Structural Identification for Condition Assessment In Collaboration with Northeastern University and Tufts University Role:PI $171,706.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 004869001 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Swanson, James 05-07-2007 -05-20-2010 Department of Transportation Non-Destructive Testing and Evaluation of the Ironton-Russell Bridge Role:PI $400,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #U54 EB007954 Investigators:Air, Dorothy; Beyette, Fred; Bishop, Paul; Broderick, Joseph; Clark, Joseph; Haridas, Balakrishna; Helmicki, Arthur; Jauch, Edward; Kanter, Daniel; Pancioli, Arthur; Papautsky, Ian; Privitera, Mary Beth; Shutter, Lori; Steckl, Andrew; Todd, Anita; Tomsick, Thomas; Wilsey, Philip 09-30-2007 -06-30-2014 National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering Point of Care-Care Center for Emerging Neurotechnologies Role:Collaborator $9,416,342.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #14172 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Swanson, James 08-01-2008 -07-31-2010 Ohio Department of Transportation Load Testing of WAR-71-1514 (Jeremiah Morrow Bridge, Washington Township, Ohio) Role:PI $224,226.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #ODOT 15389 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Swanson, James 10-31-2008 -06-30-2009 Ohio Department of Transportation Load Testing of HAM-32-0014, Cincinnati, OH Role:PI $44,569.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #108031 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Swanson, James 10-01-2008 -09-30-2009 Ohio Department of Transportation Truckload Testing of CUY-90-1524 on the Inner Beltway in Cleveland, OH Role:PI $81,689.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SRS 006437 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur 09-01-2007 -08-31-2012 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Education Collaboration Agreement with CCHMC Role:PI $152,222.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #14174 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Swanson, James 10-19-2009 -05-30-2018 Ohio Department of Transportation LAW-93C-0.00 Bridge Monitoring System for the Ironton-Russell Bridge; Phase I: Preliminary Analysis and Design Role:PI $1,214,009.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SRS 006842 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 03-07-2010 -06-07-2011 Ohio Department of Transportation Ice Prevention of Removal on the Veteran's Glass City Skyway Cables Role:PI $13,622.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SRS 007216 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Swanson, James 11-01-2010 -03-31-2014 Ohio Department of Transportation Continued Monitoring of Jeremiah Morrow Truss Bridge Role:PI $120,892.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #16474 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Swanson, James 11-01-2010 -12-31-2013 Ohio Department of Transportation Continued Testing and Evaluation of the Ironton-Russell Bridge/ Bridge Number: LAW-93C-0000 Role:PI $299,732.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SRS007331 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 01-01-2011 -01-31-2014 Ohio Department of Transportation Phase I Activities Supporting Development of a VGCS Icing Dashboard Role:PI $234,899.21 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SRS007563 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 06-15-2011 -06-14-2012 Burkhalter Rigging, Inc. Instrumented Monitoring of Millard Avenue Bridges Over Duck Creek and CSX Role:PI $317,650.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #25x7235 \ 2012-2015 DOTE Contingency Consultant Contracts Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 04-01-2012 -03-31-2015 Cincinnati, City of 2012-2015 Cincinnati Department of Transportation and Engineering Contingency Consultant Program Role:PI $.00 Active Level:Local Government

Grant: #ECA - Master for 11 Students Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma; Bakshi, Arjun; Berman, Kenneth; Bhatnagar, Raj; Bhattacharya, Prabir; Borowczak, Mike; Chaganti, Shikha; Davis, Karen; Guo, Minzhe; Helmicki, Arthur; Kohram, Mojtaba; Li, Hailong; Mukherjee, Tuhin; Ralescu, Anca; Ren, Zhaowei; Tan, Lirong; Vemuri, Ranganadha; Wu, Chao; Zhu, Cheng 09-01-2012 -08-31-2013 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Education Collaboration Agreement with CCHMC - 11 Students Role:PI $246,693.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #Sept 2012 Load Test \ Contract 25X7235 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 09-01-2012 -06-30-2013 Cincinnati, City of Load Testing Of Fort Washington Way Bridge 29, Cincinnati OH (Ramp to NB I-71, EB US50, And Pete Rose Way) Role:PI $41,287.00 Active Level:Local Government

Grant: #UT17790 Amend 1 Task 1 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 08-01-2012 -10-01-2013 Department of Transportation Tilt Measurement And Monitoring Of Jeremiah-Morrow Bridge Role:PI $103,652.51 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #X-2013-77 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 03-01-2013 -02-28-2014 HNTB Corporation Weather Dashboard and Website for Port Mann Bridge Role:PI $92,423.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #18177 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 02-07-2014 -02-06-2017 Ohio Department of Transportation Monitoring of the New and Old Jeremiah-Morrow Bridges During Construction Role:PI $146,879.00 Awarded Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #X-2015-6 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 07-01-2014 -09-30-2014 Miller Transfer & Rigging Company Load Rating of the Millard Avenue Bridges for Superload Passage Role:PI $992.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #F-2015-84 / ODOT 26711 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Talaga, Paul 10-27-2014 -10-27-2016 Ohio Department of Transportation Ice Prevention or Removal on Veteran's Glass City Skyway Cables - Upgrade of Icing Monitor for ODOT District 2 / BRIDGE No. LUC-280-0283 Role:PI $222,732.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #19151 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 07-01-2015 -06-30-2017 Ohio Department of Transportation Continued Monitoring and Evaluation of the Ironton Russell Truss Bridge Role:PI $85,056.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #OU UT19212 sub FHA Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 11-05-2015 -06-30-2017 Federal Highway Administration Assessment of the Load Rating of Bridges with RF > 1.35 to Meet Special Hauling Vehicle Requirements Role:PI $16,833.37 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #OU UT17790 sub FHA 25160B Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Norouzi, Mehdi 10-26-2015 -10-26-2016 Federal Highway Administration Preliminary Measurement and Analysis of Flexure and shear Strain for a Carbon Fiber- Wrapped Pier Cap Bridge No. FRA-071-1835L Role:PI $46,110.28 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #ODOT 27899 sub FHWA Investigators:Cohen, Kelly; Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Kumar, Manish 09-12-2016 -09-12-2019 Federal Highway Administration Moored Aerostat Systems (MAS) for Transportation, Incident Management, and Infrastructure Assessment Role:PI $1,233,952.09 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #ODOT 27834 Investigators:Esfandiari, Leyla; Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Wendell, David 10-07-2016 -04-07-2017 Federal Highway Administration Noninvasive method to detect Eastern Hellbender in the state of Ohio using the environmental DNA Role:Collaborator $98,541.11 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #Subaward X-2018-06 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 09-01-2017 -10-31-2017 University of Toledo Activities Supporting Development of a Port Mann Bridge Cable Snow Monitoring System Role:PI $24,710.00 Active Level:Institution of Higher Education

Grant: #X-2018-21 Subaward Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 10-01-2017 -09-30-2018 HNTB Corporation Phase II: Development of a Port Mann Bridge Cable Snow Monitoring System Role:PI $343,528.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #ODOT Teaming Agrmt sub USDOT Investigators:Cohen, Kelly; Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Kumar, Manish; Norouzi, Mehdi 01-02-2018 -10-24-2020 Department of Transportation State of Ohio UAS Integration Pilot Program Role:PI $.00 Active Level:Federal

Research and Practice Interests

Systems theory, control systems, system identification and parameter estimation, condition assessment and health monitoring.

Other Information

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=1gAssCcAAAAJ&hl=en,

Preferred Information

secs.ceas.uc.edu/~helmicaj

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Instrumentation Spec, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

808A Rhodes Hall

513-556-4771

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Yiming Hu link

Assoc Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

542 Engineering Research Cntr

513-556-4760

Education

Ph.D, University of Rhode Island 1998

Research Support

Grant: #CCF-0541103 Investigators:Hu, Yiming; Jone, Wen Ben 05-01-2006 -04-30-2010 National Science Foundation Selective Way Activation of Set-Associativity Cache Role:PI $390,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ACI-0232647-NCE Investigators:Hu, Yiming 01-15-2003 -06-30-2004 National Science Foundation Improving Performance of Out-of-Core Applications with Memory Access Pattern Guided Prefetching, Page Replacement and Clustering Role:PI $52,188.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #CCR-9984852-NCE Investigators:Hu, Yiming 03-15-2000 -01-31-2005 National Science Foundation Study of Scalable, High-Performance Distributed Shared Storage Systems Role:PI $230,134.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #URC Faculty 2012-13 Investigators:Hu, Yiming 05-01-2013 -06-30-2013 UC's University Research Council A Novel Storage Architecture for Improving Reliability, Performance, and Life-Span of Solid-State Disk Systems Role:PI $8,000.00 Active Level:Internal UC

Research and Practice Interests

Peer-to-peer computing, information searching and retrieving, high performance I/O systems, memory architecture, file systems, virtual memory, parallel and distributed computing.

Preferred Information

secs.ceas.uc.edu/~huyg

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Victor Hunt link

Assoc Professor - Research, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

717 Engineering Research Cntr

513-556-3687

The focus of my research has been in the core area of Systems/Controls, with an emphasis on damage identification, system identification and parameter estimation, condition assessment, health monitoring, remote monitoring/sensing, and related information and other technologies.   My history of multi-disciplinary projects demonstrates my ability and interest in the development and application of practical ideas and techniques to important and timely problems that cross several fields of expertise and draw from many sciences.   I have developed hardware, software, and algorithms for signal processing, data interpretation, insitu control, and automated reporting. I have worked on extensive application of these techniques, specifically in the areas of civil infrastructure systems, materials science, and aerospace.
Structural testing and monitoring, with extensive background with highway bridges.  Environmental monitoring and alerting, with specific application to icing and snow accumulation (and shedding) on highway features. Unmanned aircraft vehicles (UAVs) flights and applications for the DOT, with particular results in photogrammetic models, surveying, structural and facility inspection, video monitoring and processing of traffic parameters, event documentation and social networking and planning,  etc.
Education

Ph.D, University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 2000 (Nondestructive Testing, Evaluation, and Monitoring of Infrastructure )

MSEE, University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 1991 (Electrical and Computer Engineering)

BSEE, University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 1988 (Electrical and Computer Engineering)

Research Support

Grant: #CCHMC 103047 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 08-15-2006 -06-30-2011 National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute Vascular Functions in Children with Sleep Disorder Breathing Role:Collaborator $181,544.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #20359/FY 05, 06 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 12-15-2003 -06-15-2011 Federal Highway Administration Instrumentation of the Maumee River Crossing Role:Collaborator $459,106.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #15X8938 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Swanson, James 03-01-2005 -12-31-2010 Cincinnati, City of Load Testing of Fort Washington Way Bridge 29 Role:Collaborator $127,662.00 Active Level:Local Government

Grant: #SRS 004869001 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Swanson, James 05-07-2007 -05-20-2010 Department of Transportation Non-Destructive Testing and Evaluation of the Ironton-Russell Bridge Role:Collaborator $400,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #14172 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Swanson, James 08-01-2008 -07-31-2010 Ohio Department of Transportation Load Testing of WAR-71-1514 (Jeremiah Morrow Bridge, Washington Township, Ohio) Role:Collaborator $224,226.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #ODOT 15389 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Swanson, James 10-31-2008 -06-30-2009 Ohio Department of Transportation Load Testing of HAM-32-0014, Cincinnati, OH Role:Collaborator $44,569.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #108031 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Swanson, James 10-01-2008 -09-30-2009 Ohio Department of Transportation Truckload Testing of CUY-90-1524 on the Inner Beltway in Cleveland, OH Role:Collaborator $81,689.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #14174 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Swanson, James 10-19-2009 -05-30-2018 Ohio Department of Transportation LAW-93C-0.00 Bridge Monitoring System for the Ironton-Russell Bridge; Phase I: Preliminary Analysis and Design Role:Collaborator $1,214,009.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SRS 006842 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 03-07-2010 -06-07-2011 Ohio Department of Transportation Ice Prevention of Removal on the Veteran's Glass City Skyway Cables Role:Collaborator $13,622.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SRS 007216 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Swanson, James 11-01-2010 -03-31-2014 Ohio Department of Transportation Continued Monitoring of Jeremiah Morrow Truss Bridge Role:Collaborator $120,892.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #16474 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Swanson, James 11-01-2010 -12-31-2013 Ohio Department of Transportation Continued Testing and Evaluation of the Ironton-Russell Bridge/ Bridge Number: LAW-93C-0000 Role:Collaborator $299,732.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SRS007331 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 01-01-2011 -01-31-2014 Ohio Department of Transportation Phase I Activities Supporting Development of a VGCS Icing Dashboard Role:Collaborator $234,899.21 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SRS007563 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 06-15-2011 -06-14-2012 Burkhalter Rigging, Inc. Instrumented Monitoring of Millard Avenue Bridges Over Duck Creek and CSX Role:Collaborator $317,650.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #25x7235 \ 2012-2015 DOTE Contingency Consultant Contracts Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 04-01-2012 -03-31-2015 Cincinnati, City of 2012-2015 Cincinnati Department of Transportation and Engineering Contingency Consultant Program Role:Collaborator $.00 Active Level:Local Government

Grant: #Sept 2012 Load Test \ Contract 25X7235 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 09-01-2012 -06-30-2013 Cincinnati, City of Load Testing Of Fort Washington Way Bridge 29, Cincinnati OH (Ramp to NB I-71, EB US50, And Pete Rose Way) Role:Collaborator $41,287.00 Active Level:Local Government

Grant: #UT17790 Amend 1 Task 1 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 08-01-2012 -10-01-2013 Department of Transportation Tilt Measurement And Monitoring Of Jeremiah-Morrow Bridge Role:Collaborator $103,652.51 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #X-2013-77 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 03-01-2013 -02-28-2014 HNTB Corporation Weather Dashboard and Website for Port Mann Bridge Role:Collaborator $92,423.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #18177 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 02-07-2014 -02-06-2017 Ohio Department of Transportation Monitoring of the New and Old Jeremiah-Morrow Bridges During Construction Role:Collaborator $146,879.00 Awarded Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #X-2015-6 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 07-01-2014 -09-30-2014 Miller Transfer & Rigging Company Load Rating of the Millard Avenue Bridges for Superload Passage Role:Collaborator $992.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #F-2015-84 / ODOT 26711 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Talaga, Paul 10-27-2014 -10-27-2016 Ohio Department of Transportation Ice Prevention or Removal on Veteran's Glass City Skyway Cables - Upgrade of Icing Monitor for ODOT District 2 / BRIDGE No. LUC-280-0283 Role:Collaborator $222,732.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #19151 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 07-01-2015 -06-30-2017 Ohio Department of Transportation Continued Monitoring and Evaluation of the Ironton Russell Truss Bridge Role:Collaborator $85,056.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #OU UT19212 sub FHA Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 11-05-2015 -06-30-2017 Federal Highway Administration Assessment of the Load Rating of Bridges with RF > 1.35 to Meet Special Hauling Vehicle Requirements Role:Collaborator $16,833.37 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #OU UT17790 sub FHA 25160B Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Norouzi, Mehdi 10-26-2015 -10-26-2016 Federal Highway Administration Preliminary Measurement and Analysis of Flexure and shear Strain for a Carbon Fiber- Wrapped Pier Cap Bridge No. FRA-071-1835L Role:Collaborator $46,110.28 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #ODOT 27899 sub FHWA Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Kumar, Manish; Cohen, Kelly; 09-12-2016 -09-12-2019 Federal Highway Administration Moored Aerostat Systems (MAS) for Transportation, Incident Management, and Infrastructure Assessment Role:Collaborator $1,233,952.09 Active Type:Contract

Grant: #ODOT 27834 Investigators:Esfandiari, Leyla; Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Wendell, David 10-07-2016 -04-07-2017 Federal Highway Administration Noninvasive method to detect Eastern Hellbender in the state of Ohio using the environmental DNA Role:Collaborator $98,541.11 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #Subaward X-2018-06 Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 09-01-2017 -10-31-2017 University of Toledo Activities Supporting Development of a Port Mann Bridge Cable Snow Monitoring System Role:Collaborator $24,710.00 Active Level:Institution of Higher Education

Grant: #X-2018-21 Subaward Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor 10-01-2017 -09-30-2018 HNTB Corporation Phase II: Development of a Port Mann Bridge Cable Snow Monitoring System Role:Collaborator $343,528.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #ODOT Teaming Agrmt sub USDOT Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Kumar, Manish; Norouzi, Mehdi; Cohen, Kelly; 01-02-2018 -10-24-2020 Department of Transportation State of Ohio UAS Integration Pilot Program Role:Collaborator $812,000.00 Active

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

McConnell, K B; Wagner, M; Urbina, E; Daniels, S; Helmicki, A; Hunt, Victor; Amin, R S (2004. )Central aortic pressure wave changes with sleep stage and disordered breathing in children estimated by application of an arterial transfer function to peripheral blood pressure.Conference proceedings : ... Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Conference, ,5 ,3864-6

Nimse, P, Nims, D., Helmicki, A., Hunt, V. (2012. )Strain Level Verification and Finite Element Model Calibration of the VGCS Delta Frame .Bridge Engineering, ASCE, ,166 (1 ),5-15

Kumpf, J., Helmicki, A., Nims, D., Hunt, V., Agrawal, S. (2012. )Automated Ice Inference and Monitoring on the Veterans’ Glass City Skyway Bridge .Bridge Engineering, ASCE, ,17 (Special ),975–978

Kangas, S. Helmicki, A., Hunt, V., Swanson, J., Sexton, R. (2012. )Cable-Stayed Bridges: A Case Study for Vibration-Based Cable Tension Estimation .Bridge Engineering, ASCE, ,17 (Special ),839-846

Wang, X., Kangas, S., Swanson, J., Helmicki, A. J., Hunt, V. J. (2005. )Dynamic Characterization of Slab on Steel Stringer Bridges .Materials Evaluation, ASNT, ,63 (10 ),1039-1045

Li, Z., Swanson, J. A., Helmicki, A. J., Hunt, V. J., (2004. )Modal Contribution Coefficients in Bridge Condition Evaluation .Bridge Engineering, ASCE, ,10 (2 ),169-178

Reising, R., Shahrooz, B., Hunt, V., Neumann, A., Helmicki, A. (2004. )Performance Comparison of Four Fiber Reinforced Polymer Deck Panels .Composites for Construction, ASCE, ,8 (3 ),265-274

Lenett, M., Hunt, V., Helmicki, A., Turer, A. (2001. )Health-Monitoring of the Ironton-Russell Bridge for Rating Purposes .Transportation Research Record, TRB, ,1770 (1 ),67-78

Aktan, A., Helmicki, A., Hunt, V. (1998. )Issues in Health Monitoring for Intelligent Infrastructure .Smart Materials and Structures, ,7 (5 ),674-692

Aktan, A., Farhey, D., Helmicki, A., Hunt, V., Lee, K., Levi, A. (1997. )Structural Identification for Condition Assessment: Experimental Art .Structural Engineering, ASCE, ,123 (12 ),1674-1685

Garrett, P., Heyob, J., Hunt, V., LeClair, S., Patterson, O. (1993. )Decoupled Flux Control for Molecular Beam Epitaxy .Semiconductor Manufacturing, IEEE, ,6 (4 ),

Kangas, S., Helmicki, A., Hunt, V., Sexton, R., Swanson, J. (2010. )Identification of Cable Forces on Cable-Stayed Bridges: A Novel Extension of the MUSIC Algorithm .Experimental Mechanics, SEM, ,50 (7 ),957-968

Wang, X., Swanson, J., Helmicki, A. J., Hunt, V. J. (2007. )Development of Dynamic Response Based Objective Functions for Finite Element Modeling of Bridges .Bridge Engineering, ASCE, ,12 (5 ),

Reising, R., Shahrooz, B., Hunt, V., Lenett, M., Christopher, S., Neumann, A., Helmicki, A., Miller, R., Kondury, S., Morton, S. (2001. )Performance of a Five-Span Steel Bridge with Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composite Deck Panels .Transportation Research Record, TRB, ,1770 (1 ),113-123

Norouzi, M., Cormier, K., Aydemir, M., Hashtroodi, S., Hunt, V., Nims, D., Helmicki, A., (2014. )Measuring Displacement of Tall Concrete Columns During Construction .Transportation Research Record, ,2408 ,97

Nimse, P., Nims, D., Hunt, V., Helmicki, A. (2015. )Use of Construction Stages to Review a Bridge Finite Element Model .Bridge Engineering, ,20 (8 ),

Mirto, C., Abdelall, A., Nims, D., Ng, T., Hunt, V., Helmicki, A.,Ryerson, C., Jones, K (2015. )Icing Management on the Veterans’ Glass City Skyway Stay Cables .Transportation Research Record, ,2482 ,74

Zhang, A., Norouzi. M., Hunt, V., Helmicki, A (2015. )Ironton-Russell Bridge Structural Health Monitoring System (Phase 1: During Construction) .Transportation Research Record, ,2504 ,159

Zarbaf, S.E., Norouzi, M., Allemang, R., Hunt, V., Helmicki, A., Nims, D (2017. )Stay Force Estimation In Cable-Stayed Bridges Using Stochastic Subspace Identification Methods .Bridge Engineering, ,

Zarbaf, S.E., Norouzi, M., Allemang, R., Hunt, V., Helmicki, A. (2017. )Stay Cable Tension Estimation of Cable-Stayed Bridges Using Genetic Algorithm (GA) and Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) .Bridge Engineering, ,

Zarbaf, S.E., Norouzi, M., Allemang, R., Hunt, V., Helmicki, A., Venkatesh, C (2018. )Ironton-Russell Bridge: Application of Vibration-Based Cable Tension Estimation in Cable-Stayed Bridges .Structural Engineering, ,

Book Chapter

Helmicki, A., Hunt, V., Dalal, V., Aktan, A. (1999 )Information Technology in Civil Infrastructure Systems: Multi-Modal Testing and Monitoring of a Highway Structural Health Monitoring .Stanford Press

Honors and Awards

2013 Distinguished Engineering Researcher College of Engineering and Applied Science, UC Type:Recognition

Research and Practice Interests

Systems theory, nondestructive evaluation techniques, condition assessment, health monitoring, remote monitoring and sensing.  Structural testing and monitoring, with extensive background with highway bridges.  Environmental monitoring and alerting, with specific application to icing and snow accumulation (and shedding) on highway features. Unmanned aircraft vehicles (UAVs) flights and applications for the DOT, with particular results in photogrammetic models, surveying, structural and facility inspection, video monitoring and processing of traffic parameters, event documentation and social networking and planning,  etc.

Patents and Inventions

05461559 A Hierarchical Control System for Molecular Beam Epitaxy Heyob, J., Patterson, O., LeClair, S., Haas, T., Currie, K., Moore, D., Adams, S., Awarded 1995

Preferred Information

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Rashmi Jha link

Assoc Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

385 Engineering Research Cntr

513-556-1361

Dr. Rashmi Jha is an Associate Professor in Electrical Engineering and Computing Systems Department at the University of Cincinnati. She worked as an Assistant Professor and then Associate Professor in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at the University of Toledo from 2008 to 2015. Before this, she worked as a Process Integration Engineer for 45 nm/32 nm High-k/Metal Gates based Advanced CMOS technology at Semiconductor Research and Development Center, IBM, East Fishkill New York between 2006-2008. She finished her Ph.D. and M.S. in Electrical Engineering from North Carolina State University in 2006 and 2003, respectively, and B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur, India in 2000. She has more than 13 years of experience in the areas of Solid State Electronic/Nanoelectronic Device Fabrication, Electrical Characterization, Data Analysis, and Device Modeling.  She has been granted 12 US patents and has authored/co-authored several publications in the areas of nanoelectronic devices. She has been a recipient of CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation in 2013, IBM Faculty Award in 2012, IBM Invention Achievement Award in 2007, Materials Research Society's Graduate Student Award in 2006, Applied Materials Fellowship Award in 2005-2006, and the best student paper award nomination in IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM) in 2005. Her current research interests lie in the areas of Nanoelectronic Devices Enabled Future Neuromorphic Computing Systems, Resistive Random Access Memory Devices and other Emerging Memory and Logic Devices, Spintronics, Neuroscience and Cognitive Modeling, Neuroelectronics, Emerging Nanoscale Devices Enabled Cyber-Security Systems, Flexible/Invisible Logic and Memory Devices for Wearable Computing, Solid Oxide Battery Devices, and Energy Harvesting Devices.  
 
Education

Ph.D., North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC, USA, 2006 (Electrical Engineering)

M.S., North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC, USA, 2003 (Electrical Engineering)

B.Tech. , Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur, India, 2000 (Electrical Engineering)

Research Support

Grant: #CNS-1556301 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi 05-30-2015 -08-31-2017 National Science Foundation SaTC: Collaborative: Exploiting Spintronics for Security, Trust and Authentication Role:PI $196,979.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #ECCS-1556294 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi 08-03-2015 -12-31-2017 National Science Foundation CAREER: Novel Nanoelectronic Reconfigurable Synaptic Memory Devices Role:PI $362,231.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #RY1-UC-17-4 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi 05-08-2017 -05-07-2018 Ohio Department of Higher Education Cyber Physical System Assessment Tools and Techniques for Trusted Microelectronics Role:PI $52,258.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #CCF-1718428 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi 08-01-2017 -07-31-2020 National Science Foundation SHF:Small: Collaborative Research: Exploring 3-Dimensional Integration Strategies of STTRAM Role:PI $224,999.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #SETS03-UC-2017 / USAF FA8650-14-D-1724/0003 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi; Vemuri, Ranganadha 02-01-2018 -01-30-2019 Air Force Research Laboratory Secure Engineering of Trusted Systems (SETS), USAF FA8650-14-D-1724/0003 Role:Collaborator $102,500.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #1919.03.22.91 / FA8650-13-D-1547/0003 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi; Niu, Nan; Ralescu, Anca 08-01-2017 -07-31-2018 Department of the Air Force Exploring Binary Diversification in Codes for Cyber Defense Role:PI $67,500.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #18-RI-EP-08 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi 03-01-2018 -02-28-2023 Air Force Research Laboratory EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP (18-RI-EP-08) Role:PI $.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #FA8650-18-C-1911 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi; Ralescu, Anca 04-27-2018 -12-31-2020 Air Force Research Laboratory A Novel, Effective, and Efficient Method for Real-Time Prevention and Detection of, and Intervention in Cyber Attacks for Avionics Systems Role:Collaborator $412,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #RY-12-UC-18-4 sub ODHE Investigators:Jha, Rashmi; Ralescu, Anca 08-27-2018 -08-26-2019 Ohio Department of Higher Education Bio-Inspired Self-Evolving Software Platform for Cyber Security / Student: Jeremiah Greer Role:PI $44,130.00 Awarded Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #1919.05.05.91 / FA8650-13-D-1547, Task Order FA8650-17-F-1043 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi; Ralescu, Anca 06-01-2018 -10-31-2018 Air Force Research Laboratory Dynamic Analysis using Intel Processor Trace for Real-Time Malware Detection Role:PI $36,300.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #180889102 via e1350 pre-approval Investigators:Jha, Rashmi 09-01-2018 -12-31-2018 National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Machine Learning to Predict Lower Back Pain Based on Wearable Sensors Data Role:PI $2,500.00 Active Level:Federal

Honors and Awards

CAREER Award, National Science Foundation, 2013

Researcher of the Year Award, EECS Dept., University of Toledo, 2013

IBM Faculty Award, IBM Corporation, 2012

IBM Invention Achievement Award, 2007

Graduate Student Award, Materials Research Society, Spring Meeting, 2006

Applied Materials Fellowship Award, 2005

Best student paper nomination, IEEE/IEDM, 2005

2017 Summer Faculty Fellowship Award US Airforce Research Lab

2017 Master Educator Award College of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Cincinnati

2013 Summer Faculty Fellowship Award National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network

Positions and Work Experience

2000 -2002 Software Engineer, Geometric Software Solutions, Pune, India

2002 -2006 Graduate Research Assistant, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA

2006 -2008 Process Integration Engineer, Semiconductor Research and Development Center, IBM Corporation, East Fishkill, NY, USA

2008 -2014 Assistant Professor, University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio, USA

2014 -2015 Associate Professor, University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio, USA

2015 -To Present Associate Professor, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

Research and Practice Interests

Advanced nanoscale CMOS devices, high-k/metal gates, nanoelectronics, neuromorphic computing, spintronics, hardware-security, energy harvesting, flexible-transparent electronics, nano/microfabrication, electrical characterization, device modeling, logic and memory devices, neuroelectronics and neuroengineering platforms.

Preferred Information

eecs.ceas.uc.edu/MIND

Contact Information

Academic - ERC 385
University of Cincinnati
Ohio, 45220
Phone: 513-556-1361
jhari@ucmail.uc.edu

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Assoc Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

834 Rhodes Hall

513-556-3319

Wen-Ben Jone was an Assistant and Associate Professor of the Department of Computer Science at New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, New Mexico, 1987-1993. From 1993 to 2000, he joined the Department of Computer Engineering and Information Science, National Chung-Cheng University, Chiayi, Taiwan, as a Visiting Associate Professor and then a Full professor. From 2001, he has been an Associate Professor of the Department of Electrical Engineering & Computing Systems, University of Cincinnati. He has advised more than 70 MS/PhD theses in the area of VLSI design and test. He has published more than 60 journal papers and 100 conference papers. Dr. Jone is a co-recipient of the 2003 IEEE Donald G. Fink Prize Paper Award, the best paper award of 2008 International Symposium on Low-Power Electronics & Design, and 2012 International Symposium on VLSI Design, Automation & Test.  He has been a program committee of VLSI-related conferences such as IEEE International Symposium on Defect and Fault Tolerance in VLSI Systems.
Education

PhD, Case Western Reserve University Cleveland, Ohio, 1987 (computer engineering)

MS, National Chao-Tung University Hsin-Chu, Taiwan, 1981 (computer engineering)

BS, National Chao-Tung University Hsin-Chu, Taiwan, 1979 (Computer Science)

Research Support

Grant: #CCF-0541103 Investigators:Hu, Yiming; Jone, Wen Ben 05-01-2006 -04-30-2010 National Science Foundation Selective Way Activation of Set-Associativity Cache Role:Collaborator $390,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Keywords

VLSI design for testability and reliability, low-power circuit design and test, error-resilient circuit design and test, and multi-core computer architecture and parallel program debugging, and VLSI design for deep learning.

Research and Practice Interests

Reliable VLSI system design, low-power VLSI system design, many-core micro-processor design & parallel computing, VLSI system testing & design for testability, VLSI design for deep learning.

Other Information

https://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&as_sdt=0,36&q=%22WB+Jone%22,

Preferred Information

secs.ceas.uc.edu/~jonewb

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Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

837 Rhodes Hall

513-556-2826

Education

Ph.D, University of New South Wales 1976

Research Support

Grant: #OSP 05153 Investigators:Kosel, Peter 09-01-2004 -02-28-2005 KUB Electronics, Inc. Preparation of Chalcopyrite Films Role:PI $15,000.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #OSP03160 Investigators:Kosel, Peter 03-15-2003 -10-15-2003 Department of the Air Force High Energy Density-Dielectrics for Pulsed Power Capacitors Role:PI $21,229.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #FY '99 Investigators:Kosel, Peter 08-02-1994 -07-31-1999 Department of the Air Force Electronic Power System Application of Polycrystalline Diamond Films Role:PI $343,606.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ECCS-0853789 Investigators:Kosel, Peter; Singh, Raj 08-01-2009 -07-31-2012 National Science Foundation High Temperature Electronic Devices Based on Wide Bandgap Thin Films Role:Collaborator $263,419.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #AA544202-S1 \ ECCS-1237959 Investigators:Kosel, Peter 01-01-2012 -07-31-2013 National Science Foundation High Temperature Electronic Devices Based on Wide Bandgap Thin Films Role:PI $9,618.00 Active Level:Federal

Research and Practice Interests

Electronic materials, semiconductor devices and integrated circuits, fabrication, optoelectronics.

Preferred Information

secs.ceas.uc.edu/~koselpb

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Assoc Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

835 Rhodes Hall

513-556-3508

Dr. Tao Li joined the Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science (EECS) at the University of Cincinnati as an Associate Professor in August 2018.  He was a research faculty member (Associate Research Scientist) and Adjunct Assistant Professor in the EECS Department and the Center for Wireless Integrated MicroSensing and Systems (WIMS2) at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.  He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in engineering from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. 

Dr. Tao Li's research interests include micromachined sensors and actuators, nontraditional microfabrication technologies, microsystem packaging and integration, and sensor electronic interfaces and embedded systems.  He has an interdisciplinary background among the areas of electrical, biomedical and mechanical engineering, with over 15 years of experience working in the fields of micromachined transducers and microsystems, particularly for biomedical and environmental monitoring applications.  
Education

B.S., Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 2000 (Precision Instruments)

M.S., Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 2002 (Precision Instruments)

Ph.D., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2009 (Electrical Engineering)

Research and Practice Interests

  • MEMS and Microsystem Technologies
    • MEMS, micromachined sensors/actuators and their system integration
    • Traditional and nontraditional microfabrication and micromachining technologies, e.g. micro electro-discharge machining (micro-EDM) and micro ultrasonic machining (micro-USM)
    • Packaging for microsensors, actuators, and microsystems
    • Analog and digital electronic interface for MEMS devices; embedded systems
    • Power sources for microsystems
  • Application Areas of Interest for Autonomous Microsystems
    • Biomedical devices, e.g. smart surgical / biopsy tools, indigestible wireless fluid sampling device for human gastrointestinal (GI) tract
    • Environmental monitoring, e.g. harsh environment applications for downhole, deep sea, etc.
    • Sensors for Internet of Things (IoT) and Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS)

Contact Information

2851 Woodside Dr, 835 Rhodes Hall
Ohio, 45221-0030
Phone: +1 (513) 556-3508
litao@uc.edu

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Assistant Professor, Psychology-Mechanical Engineering-Electrical Engineering (jointly appointed), A&S Psychology

4150-E EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center

513-556-2625

General - Tamara Lorenz is an Assistant Professor at the University of Cincinnati. She is jointly affiliated with the Department of Psychology, the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computation Science and the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering. Tamara Lorenz received her diploma (Dipl.-Ing., equivalent to a MSc.) in Mechanical Engineering from Technische Universität München (TUM)  in 2008 and her Ph.D. from the Graduate School of Systemic Neurosciences at Ludwig-Maximilians University (LMU) in Munich, Germany in 2015. During her Ph.D. she was affiliated with both the General and Experimental Psychology Department at LMU and the Institute of Information-Oriented Control at TUM. For her dissertation she explored emergent coordination and adaptation during human joint action and during human interaction with robots in order to create models for safe and acceptable HRI.
 
Education

University of Augsburg 2001 (Physics)

Universidad de las Americas Puebla, Mexico, 2006

MSc, Technische Universitaet Muenchen Munich, Germany, 2008 (Mechanical Engineering)

Ph.D., Ludwig-Maximilians Universitaet Munich, Germany, 2017 (Systemic Neurosciences)

Research Support

Grant: #URS Strategic Collaborative Grants AY2017-2018 Investigators:Lorenz, Tamara 08-01-2016 -04-30-2018 UC's Research Support Development of a neurophysiologically integrated exoskeleton for sit-to-stand (STS) transition support based on multimodal action intent recognition Role:PI $100,000.00 Closed Level:Internal UC

Research and Practice Interests

Research Interests - Tamara Lorenz is interested in exploring the dynamics of human interaction and their relevance and usability for Human–Robot Interaction (HRI). Her focus areas are rehabilitation engineering and HRI in manufacturing. She is also interested in exploring human-machine interaction in general and with applications to human factors in daily life and work surroundings.

List of interest areas

  • Human Joint Action
  • Human-Robot Interaction, Human-Machine Interaction
  • Human Movement Coordination including Synchronization and Adaptation
  • Human Behavior Modeling
  • Cognition-Perception-Action Cycle
  • Embodied Cognition, Cognitive Psychology
  • Nonlinear Methods and Dynamical Systems including Dynamical Neuroscience
  • Human Factors and Ergonomics

Courses Taught

Level:Graduate

Level:Undergraduate

Level:Undergraduate

Level:Undergraduate

Preferred Information

Assistant Professor, Psychology-Mechanical Engineering-Electrical Engineering (jointly appointed),

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Professor - Emeritus, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

812C Rhodes Hall

513-556-4753

Education

B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1962 (Electrical Engineering)

Ph.D., Stanford University 1967 (Electrical Engineering)

M.S., Stanford University 1963 (Electrical Engineering)

Research Support

Grant: #EEC-0532495 Investigators:Mantei, Thomas 09-15-2005 -08-31-2008 National Science Foundation Integration of Nanoscale Science and Engineering into Undergraduate Curricula Role:PI $175,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP00141 Investigators:Mantei, Thomas 01-01-1997 -10-01-2003 Ingersoll-Rand Company Limited Plasma Chemical Vapor Deposition of Protective Coatings Role:PI $701,964.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #2007 / 204005 Investigators:Mantei, Thomas 05-08-2007 -12-31-2009 The Boeing Company Durable Transparent Coatings Role:PI $173,003.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #ECCS-0722619 Investigators:Jackson, Howard; Klotzkin, David; Kogan, Andrei; Mantei, Thomas; Papautsky, Ian; Schulz, Mark; Shanov, Vesselin; Smith, Leigh 08-01-2007 -07-31-2008 National Science Foundation MRI: Acquisition of an Inductively-Coupled Plasma Etch Tool Role:PI $300,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #865-Action Fund Investigators:Jackson, Howard; Klotzkin, David; Kogan, Andrei; Mantei, Thomas; Papautsky, Ian; Schulz, Mark; Shanov, Vesselin; Smith, Leigh 08-01-2007 -07-31-2008 Ohio Board of Regents MRI: Acquisition of an Inductively-Coupled Plasma Etch Tool Role:PI $150,000.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SRS 005788 Investigators:Heineman, William; Mantei, Thomas 07-01-2007 -07-01-2011 Ohio Board of Regents Eminent Scholar in Nanobiodevices Role:Collaborator $685,494.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #ECCS-0922682 Investigators:Ahn, Chong; Boyd, Joseph; Halsall, H Brian; Heikenfeld, Jason; Heineman, William; Jackson, Howard; Kogan, Andrei; Mantei, Thomas; Papautsky, Ian; Schaefer, Dale; Schulz, Mark; Shanov, Vesselin; Smith, Leigh; Yarrison-Rice, Jan 09-01-2009 -08-31-2010 National Science Foundation MRI: Acquisition of a Nanoscale Imprint Lithography System Role:PI $360,468.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OBR AF925 Investigators:Ahn, Chong; Boyd, Joseph; Halsall, H Brian; Heikenfeld, Jason; Heineman, William; Jackson, Howard; Kogan, Andrei; Mantei, Thomas; Papautsky, Ian; Schaefer, Dale; Schulz, Mark; Shanov, Vesselin; Smith, Leigh; Yarrison-Rice, Jan 09-01-2009 -08-31-2010 Ohio Board of Regents MRI: Acquisition of a Nanoscale Imprint Lithography System Role:PI $180,234.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

Z.G. Xiao, T.D. Mantei (2004. )Plasma-Assisted Growth of Bilayer Silicon-Containing Coatings for Hardness and Corrosion Resistance .Vacuum Science Technology, ,A22 (1 ),

Honors and Awards

2009 A.B. "Dolly" Cohen Award for Excellence in Teaching

1984 Eta Kappa Nu Outstanding Professor in Electrical Engineering

1985 Engineering Tribunal Outstanding Teaching Award, College of Engineering

1984 Neil Wandmacher Excellence in Teaching Award, College of Engineering

1981 Outstanding Teacher in Electrical Engineering

Tau Beta Pi Eminent Engineer

Service

University Institute for Nanoscale Science & Technology Director Type:University/College Service Level:University 2004 -To Present

ECECS Department Other Type:University/College Service Level:University 1997 -2004

(MINE Headship Review Committee )Committee Chair Type:University/College Service Level:College 2004

(University Intellectual Property Committee )Committee Chair Type:University/College Service Level:University 2004 -2006

(University Intellectual Property Committee )Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 2004 -To Present

(Ohio Eminent Scholar Search Committee )Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 2009

(First-year Electrical Engineering Student Advisor )Other Type:University/College Service Level:Department 2008 -To Present

(Accend Student Advisor )Other Type:University/College Service Level:Department 2009 -To Present

Positions and Work Experience

1991 -To Present Professor, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

1981 -1991 Associate Professor, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

1968 -1978 Charge de Recherche (Reseach Support), Performed plasma technology research, University of Paris and Ecole Polytechnique, France

1978 -1981 Visiting Assistant Professor, Performed plasma fusion research, Univeristy of Wisconson, Madison

Professional Affiliation

Senior Member IEEE,

Member American Vacuum Society,

Member American Solar Energy Society,

Member Union of Concerned Scientists,

Faculty Development Activities

2004 Making Learning Visible: Peer Review and the Scholarship of Teaching Lincoln, Nebraska Type:Conference Attendance

Preferred Information

secs.ceas.uc.edu/~manteitd

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Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

828 Rhodes Hall

513-556-4783

Prof. Ali A. Minai received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering at postdoctoral training in computational neuroscience at the University of Virginia. Dr. Minai has published over 100 peer reviewed papers and edited eight books in the area of complex systems. He received an INSPIRE research award from the National Science Foundation in 2012.
 
Dr. Minai was President of the International Neural Network Society in 2015 and 2016. Currently he is a member of the society's Board of Governors. He has helped organize several conferences on complex systems, and served as the General Chair for the 2011 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN 2011) and the 2011 International Conference on Complex Systems (ICCS 2011). He is an action editor for Neural Networks and for Cognitive Systems Research, and an associate editor of the IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks & Learning Systems. He is a senior member of the IEEE, and the International Neural Network Society, and a member of AAAS and the Society for Neuroscience. Dr. Minai is also a member of the University of Cincinnati's neuroscience graduate faculty.
Education

Ph.D, University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA, 1991 (Electrical Engineering)

M.S., University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA, 1987 (Electrical Engineering)

Research Support

Grant: #IBN-9808664-NCE Investigators:Minai, Ali 10-01-1998 -09-30-2001 National Science Foundation Context-Dependence in Hippocampal Place Fields: Computational Modeling and Experimental Investigations of the Dentate Gyrus-Hilus System Role:PI $95,944.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #BCS 0728413 Investigators:Minai, Ali 10-01-2007 -09-30-2011 National Science Foundation Collaborative Proposal: DHB: Dynamics of Idea Generation in Individual and Group Brainstorming... Role:PI $194,647.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #IIS-0855714 Investigators:Minai, Ali 08-15-2009 -07-31-2014 National Science Foundation Major Collaborative Proposal: CreativeIT: A Cognitively Inspired Model for Creative Design Role:PI $164,453.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #1110883 Investigators:Minai, Ali 04-01-2011 -03-31-2012 National Science Foundation From Brains to Machines: A Special Program at the 2011 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks Role:PI $19,990.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #BCS-1247971 Investigators:Minai, Ali 09-15-2012 -08-31-2015 National Science Foundation CREATIV: The Hunting of the Spark: A Systematic Study of Natural Creativity in Human Networks Role:PI $999,762.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #SMA-1513801 Investigators:Lamb, Maurice; Minai, Ali; Richardson, Michael 07-01-2015 -06-30-2017 National Science Foundation Modeling Synergistic Coordination in Multi-Agen Human and Human- Machine Systems (SBE Postdoc Research Fellowship) Role:Collaborator $112,959.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Positions and Work Experience

2011 - Professor, EECS Department, University of Cincinnati,

2000 -2011 Associate Professor, ECECS Department, University of Cincinnati,

1994 -2000 Assistant Professor, ECECS Department, University of Cincinnati,

1993 -1994 Research Assistant Professor, ECECS Department, University of Cincinnati,

Post Graduate Training and Education

1991-1993 Research Associate (Neuroscience), Computational modeling of the mammalian hippocampus., University of Virginia, ,Charlottesville, VA

Keywords

Neural Networks, Complex Systems and Networks, Cognitive Models, Models of Motor Coordination, Multi-Agent Systems, Collective Systems, Social Networks, Data Mining, Text Analysis, Computational Neuroscience, Computational Biology, Computational Linguistics, Artificial Life.

Research and Practice Interests

Dr. Minai's research interests include neural networks, complex systems and networks, computational models of cognition and behavior, social networks, distributed multi-agent systems, data mining, and computational linguistics. The major focus of his current research is on using computational models to elucidate the neurobiological and social factors underlying creative thinking, innovation, and the evolution of ideas. He is also involved in research on the analysis of brain networks, and on developing computational models of motor coordination.

Professional Affiliation

IEEE (Senior Member)

International Neural Network Society (Senior Member)

AAAS

Society for Neuroscience

Tau Beta Pi

HKN

Other Information

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=Sm-_3WQAAAAJ&hl=en,

Preferred Information

secs.ceas.uc.edu/~minaiaa

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Computer & Info Analyst I, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

808B Rhodes Hall

513-556-4181

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Assistant Dean, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

513-556-4780

Joseph H. Nevin received the B.S.E.E., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Cincinnati. In 1967 he joined the Electrical and Computer Engineering faculty at the University of Cincinnati where he is now a Professor. Part of his research thrust in the past has been directed toward the study of electronic materials used in integrated circuit fabrication. Recent research activity is directed toward the development of integrated circuit sensors along with the analog circuits necessary for signal processing. Pressure, humidity and chemical sensors have been fabricated as a part of this research program. He currently serves as an Assistant Dean in the College of Engineering and Applied Science.
Education

Ph.D, University of Cincinnati 1974

B.S. in Electrical Engineering, University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 1964 (Electrical Engineering)

Master of Science, University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 1966 (Microelectronic Processing Systems)

Research Support

Grant: #ECS-0622036 Investigators:Ahn, Chong; Nevin, Joseph 09-01-2006 -08-30-2010 National Science Foundation Interdigitated Nanoelectrode Biosensors on Polymer with A Charge-Balanced Transduction Method Role:Collaborator $239,051.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #G4P-4500476364 Investigators:Nevin, Joseph 07-01-2005 -06-30-2008 Procter & Gamble Company Hand Held Electronic System for Sensor Measurements Role:PI $75,000.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #NCE Investigators:Nevin, Joseph 03-01-1997 -06-30-2000 Ohio Board of Regents Establishment of Micromachining Technology in Analytical Chemistry Role:PI $225,000.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #GAP 3060379851 Investigators:Nevin, Joseph 09-15-2008 -12-31-2008 Procter & Gamble Company Electronic Systems Development Role:PI $18,274.00 Active Level:Industry

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

Do, Jaephil; Lee, Sehwan; Han, Jungyup; Kai, Junhai; Hong, Chien-Chong; Gao, Chuan; Nevin, Joseph H; Beaucage, Gregory; Ahn, Chong H (2008. )Development of functional lab-on-a-chip on polymer for point-of-care testing of metabolic parameters.Lab on a chip, ,8 (12 ),2113-20

Choi, Jin-Woo; Oh, Kwang W; Thomas, Jennifer H; Heineman, William R; Halsall, H Brian; Nevin, Joseph H; Helmicki, Arthur J; Henderson, H Thurman; Ahn, Chong H (2002. )An integrated microfluidic biochemical detection system for protein analysis with magnetic bead-based sampling capabilities.Lab on a chip, ,2 (1 ),27-30

Research and Practice Interests

Microelectronics, analog and integrated circuits, sensors and systems.

Other Information

https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&view_op=list_works&gmla=AJsN-F4VAweef5xo7rwhE673Z_-Peitv1iTGnDQUFcY0H6HAodN6GMifgxthDRRIwmZ4QIT_BUc9ZKvhcvl9W8QQ9FKNFts3og&user=EhffSvAAAAAJ,

Preferred Information

Assistant Dean, homepages.uc.edu/~nevinjh

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Dr.

Prof. Nitin is a IBM certified engineer and Senior Member-IEEE and IACSIT, Life Member of IAENG, and Member-SIAM and ACIS. He has more than 167 research papers in peer reviewed International Journals and Transactions, Book Chapters, Symposium, Conferences and Position. His research interest includes Social Networks especially Computer Mediated Communications and Flaming, Interconnection Networks and Architecture, Fault-tolerance and Reliability, Networks-on-Chip, Systems-on-Chip, and Networks-in-Packages, Wireless Sensor Networks. Currently he is working on Parallel Simulation tools, BigSim using Charm, NS-2 using TCL. He is the Co-founder of High-end Parallel Computing and Advanced Computer Architecture Lab at JUIT. He is Associate Editor of Journal of Parallel, Emergent and Distributed Systems, Taylor and Francis, UK. He is referee for the Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, Computer Communications, Computers and Electrical Engineering, Mathematical and Computer Modelling, Elsevier Sciences. WSEAS Transactions, The Journal of Supercomputing, Springer and International Journal of System Science, Taylor and Francis. Till now he has guided 08 PhDs, 18 M.Tech. Thesis’s and 60 B.Tech. Major Projects. [https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5686-1131]
Education

Doctor of Science , Uttarakhand Technical University India, 2013 (Computer Science and Engineering)

Doctor of Philosophy, Jaypee University of Information Technology/University of Florida India/USA, 2008 (Computer Science and Engineering )

Master of Engineering, Thapar University India, 2003 (Software Engineering)

Bachelor of Enigneering, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University India, 2001 (Computer Science and Engineering)

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

Kumar P.; Nitin; Punhani A. (01-01-2017. )Optimal extra links placement in mesh interconnection network using improved environmental adaptatio.Journal of Intelligent and Fuzzy Systems, ,32 (5 ),3285-3295

Nitin; Sharma A. (04-01-2016. )A literature survey on energy efficent virtual network embedding in cloud computing .International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, ,11 (6 ),3828-3841

Chauhan A.; Nitin; Punhani A. (03-29-2016. )EMC2Mesh.12th IEEE International Conference Electronics, Energy, Environment, Communication, Computer, Control: (E3-C3), INDICON 2015, ,

Kumar S.; Nitin (03-01-2016. )A literature survey on finite state testing of graphical user interface .International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, ,11 (4 ),2942-2954

Chauhan A.; Nitin; Punhani A. (01-05-2016. )Comparative analysis of traffic patterns on centre connected topologies based on burton normal form.IEEE Region 10 Annual International Conference, Proceedings/TENCON, ,2016-January ,

Nitin; Sehgal V.; Verma R. (01-01-2016. )Implementation of information system in crisis management using modeling and simulation.International Journal of Simulation: Systems, Science and Technology, ,17 (32 ),

Nitin; Sehgal V.; Verma R. (01-01-2016. )Implementation of control measure in the crisis using social networks.International Journal of Simulation: Systems, Science and Technology, ,17 (32 ),

Borkar M.; Nitin (12-01-2015. )Realizing frequently used permutations on gamma interconnection network’s family networks with the h.Journal of Supercomputing, ,71 (12 ),4327-4351

Mittal S.; Nitin (08-18-2015. )A New Approach to Directory Based Solution for Cache Coherence Problem.Proceedings - 2014 3rd International Conference on Eco-Friendly Computing and Communication Systems, ICECCS 2014, ,9-13

Gupta E.; Nitin (01-01-2015. )Stable match approach to determine vital link to preserve shortest path length.International Conference on Computing, Communication and Automation, ICCCA 2015, ,408-413

Kumar P.; Nitin; Punhani A. (01-01-2015. )A modified diagonal mesh interconnection network.11th IEEE India Conference: Emerging Trends and Innovation in Technology, INDICON 2014, ,

Kumarsehgal V.; Modgil A.; Nitin (01-01-2015. )Understanding and Analyzing the Impact of Memory Controller's Scheduling Policies on DRAM's Energy a.Procedia Computer Science, ,70 ,399-406

Nitin; Sharma R. (11-02-2014. )Entropy, a new dynamics governing parameter in real time distributed system: A simulation study.International Journal of Parallel, Emergent and Distributed Systems, ,29 (6 ),562-586

Chauhan P.; Nitin (01-01-2014. )Decentralized Scheduling Algorithm for DAG Based Tasks on P2P Grid.Journal of Engineering (United States), ,2014 ,

Nitin; Sharma R. (01-01-2014. )Duplication with task assignment in mesh distributed system.Journal of Information Processing Systems, ,10 (2 ),193-214

Khare A.; Nitin N. (01-01-2014. )Radioactive pollution monitoring using triangular deployment in wireless sensor network.Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, ,243 ,1019-1027

Nitin; Sharma R. (01-01-2014. )Evaluation and comparison of Load Balancing in RTDS using Information theoretic entropy.Souvenir of the 2014 IEEE International Advance Computing Conference, IACC 2014, ,674-679

Nitin; Sharma R. (01-01-2014. )Performance Evaluation of New Joint EDF-RM Scheduling Algorithm for Real Time Distributed System.Journal of Engineering (United States), ,2014 ,

Nitin; Sharma R. (12-01-2013. )Visualization of information theoretic maximum entropy model in Real Time Distributed System.Proceedings - 2013 3rd International Conference on Advances in Computing and Communications, ICACC 2013, ,282-286

Mittal S.; Nitin (12-01-2013. )A new efficient replacement policy for scratch pad memory.Proceedings - 5th International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Communication Networks, CICN 2013, ,432-435

Bhardwaj V.; Nitin (08-30-2013. )On the minimization of crosstalk conflicts in a destination based modified omega network.Journal of Information Processing Systems, ,9 (2 ),301-314

Bhardwaj V.; Nitin (05-13-2013. )Message broadcasting via a new fault tolerant irregular advance omega network in faulty and nonfault.Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering, ,

Nitin; Sehgal V. (01-01-2013. )War of tiny brains in the world of smarter gadgets .26th International Conference on Computer Applications in Industry and Engineering, CAINE 2013, ,117-121

Chauhan P.; Nitin (01-01-2013. )Fault tolerant PLBGSA: Precedence level based genetic scheduling algorithm for P2P grid.Journal of Engineering (United States), ,2013 ,

Nitin (12-03-2012. )On asymptotic analysis of packet and wormhole switched routing algorithm for application-specific ne.Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering, ,

Ghrera S.; Nitin (12-01-2012. )Welcome message.Proceedings of 2012 2nd IEEE International Conference on Parallel, Distributed and Grid Computing, PDGC 2012, ,

Chauhan D.; Kumar P.; Nitin; Sehgal V. (12-01-2012. )Performance evaluation of evolutionary and decision tree based classifiers in diversity of datasets.Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social-Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, ,108 LNICST ,309-312

Krishna V.; Nishant K.; Nitin; Rastogi P.; Sharma P.; Shukla S. (12-01-2012. )Layered based approach for flaming in social networking sites.Proceedings - 4th International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Communication Networks, CICN 2012, ,978-983

Bhardwaj V.; Nitin (11-01-2012. )A new fault tolerant routing algorithm for IASEN-2.Proceedings - 2012 International Conference on Advances in Computing and Communications, ICACC 2012, ,199-202

Nitin; Sharma R. (11-01-2012. )Task migration with EDF-RM scheduling algorithms in distributed system.Proceedings - 2012 International Conference on Advances in Computing and Communications, ICACC 2012, ,182-185

Nitin; Shukla S. (11-01-2012. )Detecting the flames on the real time status through flame detector.Proceedings - 2012 International Conference on Advances in Computing and Communications, ICACC 2012, ,255-258

Chauhan D.; Nitin (11-01-2012. )A new fault-tolerant routing algorithm for IMABN-2.Proceedings - 2012 International Conference on Advances in Computing and Communications, ICACC 2012, ,215-218

Mittal S.; Nitin (10-08-2012. )Memory map: A multiprocessor cache simulator.Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering, ,

Agarwal T.; Gaur M.; Jangid S.; Nitin N.; Taluja S. (10-01-2012. )Deployment of wireless sensors in a homogeneous grid.Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Modelling and Simulation, ,135-142

Chauhan D.; Kumar P.; Nitin; Sehgal V. (09-17-2012. )Selection of evolutionary approach based hybrid data mining algorithms for decision support systems .ACM International Conference Proceeding Series, ,1041-1046

Chauhan D.; Nitin (08-27-2012. )A new fault-tolerant routing algorithm for MALN-2.Communications in Computer and Information Science, ,305 CCIS ,247-254

Bhardwaj V.; Nitin (08-24-2012. )A new fault tolerant routing algorithm for advance irregular alpha multistage interconnection networ.Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing, ,167 AISC (VOL. 2 ),979-987

Chauhan P.; Nitin (08-24-2012. )Resource based optimized decentralized grid scheduling algorithm.Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing, ,167 AISC (VOL. 2 ),1051-1060

Chauhan D.; Kumar P.; Nitin; Sehgal V. (08-24-2012. )Performance evaluation of evolutionary and artificial neural network based classifiers in diversity .Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing, ,166 AISC (VOL. 1 ),673-682

Nitin (07-04-2012. )On untangled meshes via Fruchterman Reingold force directed graph embedding.Proceedings - 2012 14th International Conference on Modelling and Simulation, UKSim 2012, ,39-45

Chauhan P.; Nitin (07-04-2012. )Decentralized computation and communication intensive task scheduling algorithm for P2P grid.Proceedings - 2012 14th International Conference on Modelling and Simulation, UKSim 2012, ,516-521

Bhardwaj V.; Nitin (07-04-2012. )A new fault tolerant routing algorithm for advance irregular augmented shuffle exchange network.Proceedings - 2012 14th International Conference on Modelling and Simulation, UKSim 2012, ,505-509

Nitin; Sharma R. (07-04-2012. )Optimal method for migration of tasks with duplication.Proceedings - 2012 14th International Conference on Modelling and Simulation, UKSim 2012, ,510-515

Anand S.; Jain P.; Nitin; Rastogi R. (07-04-2012. )Security analysis and implementation of 3-level security system using image based authentication.Proceedings - 2012 14th International Conference on Modelling and Simulation, UKSim 2012, ,547-552

Khare A.; Nitin; Pandey N.; Parande N.; Shukla S.; Singh S. (07-04-2012. )Flame detector model: A prototype for detecting flames in social networking sites.Proceedings - 2012 14th International Conference on Modelling and Simulation, UKSim 2012, ,553-558

Gupta C.; Krishna V.; Nishant K.; Nitin; Rastogi R.; Sharma P.; Singh K. (07-04-2012. )Load balancing of nodes in cloud using ant colony optimization.Proceedings - 2012 14th International Conference on Modelling and Simulation, UKSim 2012, ,3-8

Garg G.; Gupta S.; Khanna R.; Nitin; Sahu N.; Sehgal V.; Singhal N. (04-26-2012. )Modern control system mapping on Networks-on-Chip.Proceedings - 3rd International Conference on Intelligent Systems Modelling and Simulation, ISMS 2012, ,31-36

Chauhan D.; Nitin (02-01-2012. )Comparative analysis of Traffic Patterns on k-ary n-tree using adaptive algorithms based on Burton N.Journal of Supercomputing, ,59 (2 ),569-588

Chauhan D.; Nitin (02-01-2012. )Stochastic communication for application-specific Networks-on-Chip.Journal of Supercomputing, ,59 (2 ),779-810

Nitin N.; Shrivastava U.; Vaish R. (01-01-2012. )On a deadlock and performance analysis of ALBR and DAR algorithm on X-Torus topology by optimal util.Journal of Supercomputing, ,59 (3 ),1252-1288

Devi S.; Nitin; Pattnaik S.; Sharma V. (12-19-2011. )A metamaterial inspired miniaturized phi-shaped high gain antenna for skin cancer detection.Scientific Research and Essays, ,6 (30 ),6346-6349

Nitin; Punhani A. (12-01-2011. )A Qos based routing using genetic algorithm.Proceedings of the 2011 World Congress on Information and Communication Technologies, WICT 2011, ,793-797

Bhardwaj V.; Nitin (12-01-2011. )Applying Address Selection Algorithm on nonblocking Optical Multi-stage Interconnection Network.Proceedings of the 2011 World Congress on Information and Communication Technologies, WICT 2011, ,694-698

Mittal S.; Nitin (12-01-2011. )Replacement policies for scratch pad memory in embedded systems.IEEE Region 10 Annual International Conference, Proceedings/TENCON, ,159-163

Nitin; Sharma R. (12-01-2011. )Duplication with task assignment in mesh distributed system.Proceedings of the 2011 World Congress on Information and Communication Technologies, WICT 2011, ,672-676

Chauhan D.; Kumar P.; Nitin; Sehgal V. (12-01-2011. )Performance evaluation of decision tree versus artificial neural network based classifiers in divers.Proceedings of the 2011 World Congress on Information and Communication Technologies, WICT 2011, ,798-803

Chaudhary R.; Kumar S.; Nitin (12-01-2011. )Optimization of routing algorithms in ad-hoc networks using swarm intelligence.Proceedings of the 2011 World Congress on Information and Communication Technologies, WICT 2011, ,677-681

Nitin; Sah B.; Singh Y. (12-01-2011. )Accumulation based congestion control using active queue management.Proceedings of the 2011 World Congress on Information and Communication Technologies, WICT 2011, ,1159-1163

Chauhan D.; Diwakar M.; Kumar P.; Nitin; Sehgal V. (12-01-2011. )Clouds: Concept to optimize the Quality of Service (QOS) for clusters.Proceedings of the 2011 World Congress on Information and Communication Technologies, WICT 2011, ,816-821

Chauhan D.; Kumar P.; Nitin; Sehgal V.; Shah K.; Shukla S. (12-01-2011. )A novel approach for security in Cloud Computing using Hidden Markov Model and clustering.Proceedings of the 2011 World Congress on Information and Communication Technologies, WICT 2011, ,810-815

Nitin; Rakesh N. (09-01-2011. )Analysis of Multi-Sort Algorithm on Multi-Mesh of Trees (MMT) architecture.Journal of Supercomputing, ,57 (3 ),276-313

Borkar M.; Nitin (08-16-2011. )3D-CGIN: A 3 disjoint paths CGIN with alternate source.Communications in Computer and Information Science, ,193 CCIS (PART 4 ),25-36

Chauhan D.; Nitin; Rastogi R.; Verma R. (08-16-2011. )3-Disjoint paths fault-tolerant multi-stage interconnection networks.Communications in Computer and Information Science, ,190 CCIS (PART 1 ),21-33

Bhardwaj V.; Nitin; Tyagi V. (08-16-2011. )An algorithmic approach to minimize the conflicts in an optical multistage interconnection network.Communications in Computer and Information Science, ,191 CCIS (PART 2 ),568-576

Chauhan D.; Nitin; Rastogi R. (05-23-2011. )3-disjoint paths fault-tolerant omega multi-stage interconnection network with reachable sets and co.Proceedings - 2011 UKSim 13th International Conference on Modelling and Simulation, UKSim 2011, ,551-556

Bhasin M.; Chawla K.; Jain K.; Janmeja A.; Naik P.; Nitin; Puri S. (04-12-2011. )B-MIPT: A case tool for biomedical image processing and their classification using Nearest Neighbor .Proceedings - 2011 2nd International Conference on Intelligent Systems, Modelling and Simulation, ISMS 2011, ,107-112

Garhwal S.; Nitin; Srivastava N. (03-01-2011. )Designing a Fault-tolerant Fully-Chained Combining Switches Multi-stage Interconnection Network with.Journal of Supercomputing, ,55 (3 ),400-431

Kundra R.; Nitin N.; Singhal H. (07-16-2010. )Turing Machine for i-head Hydra.UKSim2010 - UKSim 12th International Conference on Computer Modelling and Simulation, ,11-15

Nitin; Sehgal V. (12-01-2009. )An embedded application for driverless metro train.Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, ,28 LNEE (VOL.2 ),545-551

Nitin; Rakesh N. (12-01-2009. )Analysis of All To All Broadcast on multi mesh of trees using genetic algorithm.2009 International Conference on Ultra Modern Telecommunications and Workshops, ,

Nitin N.; Rakesh N. (12-01-2009. )Implementation of linear network coding on parallel architecture.EMS 2009 - UKSim 3rd European Modelling Symposium on Computer Modelling and Simulation, ,450-454

Nitin; Rakesh N. (12-01-2009. )Parallel prefix sum computation on multi mesh of trees.Proceedings of INDICON 2009 - An IEEE India Council Conference, ,

Khan A.; Nitin; Sehgal V.; Sharma A.; Sharma P.; Sharma R.; Thakur A. (12-01-2009. )Peltier effect based solar powered air conditioning system.CSSim 2009 - 1st International Conference on Computational Intelligence, Modelling, and Simulation, ,288-292

Nitin N.; Verma R. (10-13-2009. )On a stable matching problem of hybrid multi-stage interconnection networks.Proceedings - 2009 3rd Asia International Conference on Modelling and Simulation, AMS 2009, ,590-595

Bhasker P.; Nitin N.; Sehgal V.; Sharma R.; Verma I. (09-08-2009. )Design and implementation of a 64-bit RISC processor using VHDL.11th International Conference on Computer Modelling and Simulation, UKSim 2009, ,568-573

Published Books

Yashwant Singh, Vivek Sehgal, Nitin and Satya Prakash Ghrera (2014. )Proceedings of 2014 3rd International Conference on Parallel, Distributed and Grid Computing (PDGC) .USA ,IEEE (Co-Editor)

Nitin and Satya Prakash Ghrera (2012. )Proceedings of 2012 2nd IEEE International Conference on Parallel, Distributed and Grid Computing (PDGC) .USA ,IEEE (Co-Editor)

Honors and Awards

08-01-2010 -05-31-2011 First Tier Bank Professor Univerity of Nebraska at Omaha Status:Recipient Level:University Type:Recognition

08-01-2017 -08-31-2018 Professor University of Cincinnati Status:Recipient Level:Department Type:Monetary

2017 -2018 Outstanding Service to the Department Award Recipient of 2017–2018 Outstanding Service to the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Award at 2017–2018 HONORS and AWARDS RECEPTION, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati-45221-0030, OH. (April 17, 2018) EECS-CEAS Status:Recipient Level:University Type:Recognition

Positions and Work Experience

08-15-2017 -08-14-2018 Professor Educator , University of Cincinnati, USA

08-21-2010 -05-31-2011 First Tier Bank Professor, University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA

07-28-2003 -06-30-2005 Lecturer, Jaypee University of Information Technology, India

07-01-2005 -09-18-2008 Senior Lecturer, Jaypee University of Information Technology, India

09-19-2008 -06-30-2011 Assistant Professor, Jaypee University of Information Technology, India

07-01-2011 -06-30-2015 Associate Professor, Jaypee University of Information Technology, India

07-01-2015 -09-28-2016 Associate Professor, Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, India

09-29-2016 -08-18-2017 Professor, Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, India

08-20-2018 - Associate Professor , Indian Institute of Management Shillong, India

Research and Practice Interests

Interconnection Networks, Networks-on-Chip, Systems-on-Chip, Systems-in-Pacakages, Multiprocessors-on-Chip, Parallel and Distributed Computing, Finite State Tetsting of Grpahical User Interfaces, Computer Mediated Buisness Communications and Negotiations.

Courses Taught

Level:Undergraduate

Level:Undergraduate

Level:Graduate

Level:Undergraduate

Level:Both

Level:Both

Level:Undergraduate

Level:Undergraduate

Other Information

Citation Indices
 
Citations:   760
h–index:    11
i10–index: 17

My Links:

IIM: https://www.iimshillong.ac.in/academics/faculty/
UC: https://researchdirectory.uc.edu/p/1248347
UNO: http://www.ist.unomaha.edu/index.php?p=visiting
CITERS: http://www.uwec.edu/CITERS/Team/team.htm
DBLP: http://dblp.uni-trier.de/pers/hd/n/Nitin:.html
SPRINGER: http://link.springer.com/search?facet–creator="Nitin"
GOOGLE SCHOLAR: https://scholar.google.co.in/citations?user=fU9qdZQAAAAJ&hl=en
IEEE Conference–Chair Link: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/mostRecentIssue.jsp?punumber=6415466
IEEE Delhi Section: https://ewh.ieee.org/r10/delhi/          ,

Preferred Information

Dr., Nitin D.Sc., Ph.D., M.Engg., B.Engg. https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5686-1131

Contact Information

Academic - EECS-CEAS, 812A, RHODES HALL
2851 Woodside Drive
Ohio, 45221-0030
Phone: +1 (513)250-9273

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Nan Niu link

Assoc Professor, CEAS - Computing Sciences & Informatics

832 Rhodes Hall

513-556-0051

My current research interests focus on the information seeking strategies that developers use in software engineering. I take an ecological-evolutionary, foraging-theoretic approach to understanding and improving developers' search for relevant information in their daily activities, such as debugging, refactoring, and reuse. My research group investigates how the task environment and the information environment re-shape developers' behaviors, or more accurately, how the developers' behaviors and their environments co-evolve, each shaping the other in important ways. My CAREER project (see http://ceas.uc.edu/news-1415/niu-receives-nsf-career-award.html) links software developers' rational behaviors together with their social information foraging, learning, and co-creation.
Education

Ph.D., University of Toronto Toronto, ON, Canada, 2009 (Computer Science)

M.Sc., University of Alberta Edmonton, AB, Canada, 2004 (Computing Science)

B.Eng., Beijing Institute of Technology Beijing, China, 1999 (Computer Science and Engineering)

Research Support

Grant: #CCF-1350487 Investigators:Niu, Nan 09-01-2014 -08-31-2019 National Science Foundation CAREER: Linking the Solo and Social Levels in Software Engineering Role:PI $78,698.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #PO-0008390-Task Order 3 / G504TO9DBC0017-14463 Investigators:Niu, Nan 10-20-2015 -01-14-2016 Department of Defense Automated Tool Support for Scientific Software Verification and Validation Role:PI $110,000.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #ACI-1558219 Investigators:Niu, Nan; Sokoloff, Michael 07-01-2016 -06-30-2018 National Science Foundation Collaborative Research: S2I2: Cncp: Conceptualization of an S2I2 Institute for High Energy Physics Role:Collaborator $344,581.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #CCF-1735433 Investigators:Niu, Nan 03-15-2017 -09-30-2017 National Science Foundation Travel Grant for Grand Challenges of Traceability (GCT): The Next Ten Years Role:PI $7,000.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #1919.03.22.91 / FA8650-13-D-1547/0003 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi; Niu, Nan; Ralescu, Anca 08-01-2017 -07-31-2018 Department of the Air Force Exploring Binary Diversification in Codes for Cyber Defense Role:Collaborator $67,500.00 Active Level:Federal

Honors and Awards

2014 -2019 CAREER Award U.S. National Science Foundation

2017 Eta Kappa Nu Outstanding Professor Award University of Cincinnati

2017 College of Eng. Research Award for Young Faculty University of Cincinnati

2016 Best Paper Award 24th IEEE Int’l Requirements Engineering Conference, Beijing, China

2015 -2016 Empirical Software Engineering (EMSE Journal) Review Board Springer

2015 William H. Middendorf Research Excellence Award University of Cincinnati

2012 Outstanding Team Performance ADTRAN Senior Design Showcase

2011 StatePride Faculty Award Mississippi State University

2010 Elected to Upsilon Pi Epsilon (Honor Society in Computing Sciences) Mississippi State University

2008 -2009 Doctoral Thesis Completion Scholarship University of Toronto

2003 -2004 Mary Louise Imrie Graduate Student Award University of Alberta

2002 Best Paper Award 4th IEEE Int’l Workshop on Web Site Evolution, Montreal, Canada

2002 J Gordin Kaplan Travel Award University of Alberta

2000 Most Innovative Group Award Lenovo Group Limited (Beijing, PR China)

Positions and Work Experience

1999 -2001 Software Developer, Lenovo Group Limited, Beijing, PR China

2009 -2014 Assistant Professor (tenure-track), Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Mississippi State University, Mississippi, USA

2014 -To Present Assistant Professor (tenure-track), University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

Research and Practice Interests

Software Engineering, Information Seeking, and Human-Centered Computing.

Other Information

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=Ag81t_4AAAAJ&hl=en,

Preferred Information

http://homepages.uc.edu/~niunn

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Mehdi Norouzi link

Asst Professor - Educator, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

830 Old Chemistry Building

513-549-3435

Research Support

Grant: #OU UT17790 sub FHA 25160B Investigators:Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Norouzi, Mehdi 10-26-2015 -10-26-2016 Federal Highway Administration Preliminary Measurement and Analysis of Flexure and shear Strain for a Carbon Fiber- Wrapped Pier Cap Bridge No. FRA-071-1835L Role:Collaborator $46,110.28 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #ODOT Teaming Agrmt sub USDOT Investigators:Cohen, Kelly; Helmicki, Arthur; Hunt, Victor; Kumar, Manish; Norouzi, Mehdi 01-02-2018 -10-24-2020 Department of Transportation State of Ohio UAS Integration Pilot Program Role:Collaborator $.00 Active Level:Federal

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Carla Elizabeth Purdy link

Associate Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

820 Rhodes Hall

513-556-1810

Prof. Carla Purdy has authored or co-authored over 80 journal and refereed conference papers in computer engineering, computer science, mathematics, mentoring, and teaching since 1975.  She has graduated four Ph.D. students and 90 M.S. students and has advised a number of M.Eng. and Senior Project students since joining the University of Cincinnati faculty in 1986.  She is a member of the standing committee for the International IEEE Symposium on Circuits and Systems and she co-chaired the symposium in 2005 and 2013.  She is also an affiliate faculty member in the Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and a founding member of UC's WISE (Women in Science and Engineering) Committee.  She is currently head of the EECS B.S. in Computer Engineering program.  Her up-to-date vita can be found on her webpage, eecs.ceas.uc.edu/~cpurdy
Education

Ph.D., Texas A&M University College Station, TX, 1986 (Computer Science)

Ph.D., University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, IL, 1975 (Mathematics)

M.A., University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, 1969 (Mathematics)

B.A., Cornell University Ithaca, NY, 1967 (Mathematics)

B.A., University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 2014 (Arabic Language and Culture)

Research Support

Grant: #PO #R0402981 Investigators:Purdy, Carla 07-23-2004 -10-31-2004 Department of the Air Force Technical Collaboration in Support of Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems 2005 Role:PI $2,892.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ACM/SIGCSE-NCE Investigators:Purdy, Carla 09-01-1999 -09-30-2001 National Science Foundation Preparing Future Faculty in the University of Cincinnati Role:PI $20,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #IF-OSU-01-09 Investigators:Purdy, Carla 07-01-2001 -06-30-2004 Ohio Board of Regents Content Based Three Dimensional Information Compression for Real Time Image and Signal Detection Role:PI $43,513.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SN-AFIT-99-04 Investigators:Purdy, Carla 04-15-1999 -07-01-2001 Ohio Board of Regents Advanced Global Information Methodology for Improved C4ISR System Integration Role:PI $52,824.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SRS 007743 Investigators:Purdy, Carla; Wilsey, Philip 10-01-2011 -09-30-2014 L-3 Fuzing & Ordnance Systems Studies to Minimize Failures in Embedded Systems Software Role:Collaborator $313,172.00 Active Level:Industry

Research and Practice Interests

Embedded systems and VLSI, intelligent embedded systems, trustworthy embedded systems, software and systems engineering, computational biology and synthetic biology, agent based modeling and simulation, mentoring, diversity in science and engineering 

Preferred Information

Associate Professor, eecs.ceas.uc.edu/~purdycc

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Massoud Maxwell Rabiee link

Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

822 Rhodes Hall

513-556-6559

I have taught electrical engineering and electrical engineering technology courses full-time & part-time since August, 1982.  I have also worked several years in the electric energy and control industry on electrical engineering projects.  Prior to teaching full-time at the higher education institutions, I was senior electrical engineer and project manager in charge of the Electrical and Control Division at the Watkins Engineering Firm. Currently, I am a Professor and ECET Program Director in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computing Systems at the College of Engineering and Applied Science.  I am also program advisor for the Electric Energy & SmartGrid, Electronic Engineering Technology, and Computer Engineering Technology minors.

Research Interests:
• Design, construction and analysis of light-weight CNT-type electric machines.  Digital Control of Electro Mechanical and Solid State Power Electronic Devices.  Analysis and use of Electric Drives in Robotics and Electric Vehicle Systems.
• Embedded Controllers, Micro Controllers, Programmable Automation Controllers and Programmable Logic Controllers.  Use of Sensors in Digital and Analog Electric Circuits and Analog-Digital Mixed Signal Electronic Circuits.
• Design and Programming Industrial Network, Automated Manufacturing, Industrial Control, and Process Control Systems. 
Education

Ph.D/ Electrical Engineering, University of Kentucky Lexington, KY, 1987 (Electric Machines & Power Electronics)

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

D. Chauhan, M. Rabiee, et-all (03-29-2017. )Multifunctional Smart Composites with Integrated Carbon Nanotube Yarn and Sheet .SPIE Smart Structures and Materials , ,

Published Books

Max Rabiee, Programmable Logic Controllers; Hardware and Programming, 4th Edition, 2018 .G-W Publishing, Chicago IL,

Honors and Awards

Registered Professional Engineer (P.E. #15735) since 1988. Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IEEE) Society. Member of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). Eastern Kentucky University (EKU) Outstanding Professor for the Academic Year 99-2000. Member of the Eta Kappa Nu, Electrical Engineering Honor Society. Member of the Tau Beta Pi, Engineering Honor Society.

Research and Practice Interests

Digital controls, robotics and automation, electric machines & drives, industrial & process control.

Other Information

Published Textbooks and Resources: 
1.      Programmable Logic Controllers; Hardware and Programming, M. Rabiee, Third Edition, 2013, ISBN 978-1-60525-945-1, Published by Goodheart-Willcox (G-W) Publishing Company, Tinley Park, IL.
2.     Online Text for the Programmable Logic Controllers, M. Rabiee, 2013, ISBN 978-1-61960-158-1
3.      Laboratory Manual for Programmable Logic Controllers, M. Rabiee, 2013, ISBN 978-1-60525-948-2
4.      Programmable Logic Controllers Instructors’ Resource CD, M.Rabiee, 2013, ISBN 978-1-60525-949-9
5.      Programmable Logic Controllers’ PowerPoint CD Individual License, M. Rabiee, 2013, ISBN978-1-60525-951-2
6.      Programmable Logic Controllers’ PowerPoint CD Site License, M. Rabiee, 2013, ISBN 978-1-60525-952-9
7.      Programmable Logic Controllers ExamView CD, M. Rabiee2013, ISBN 978-1-60525-950-5
8.      Programmable Logic Controllers; Hardware and Programming, M. Rabiee, Second Edition, 2010, ISBN 978-1-60525-006-9, Published by Goodheart-Willcox (G-W) Publishing Company, Tinley Park, IL.
9.      Laboratory Manual for Programmable Logic Controllers, M. Rabiee, 2010, ISBN 978-1-60525-007-6
10.  Instructor’s Guide for Programmable Logic Controllers, M. Rabiee, 2010, ISBN 978-1-60525-008-3
11.  Programmable Logic Controllers’ PowerPoint CD, M. Rabiee, 2010, ISBN 978-1-60525-012-0
12.  Programmable Logic Controllers Instructors’ Resource CD, M.Rabiee, 2010, ISBN 978-1-60525-009-0
13.  Programmable Logic Controllers ExamView CD, M. Rabiee, 2010, ISBN 978-1-60525-010-6
14.  Allen Bradley SCL503 Programmable Controllers, M. Rabiee, 2009, ISBN 1-55756-205-9, Published by Energy Concepts Incorporated (ECI), Chicago, IL.
15.  Instructor’s Guide for Allen Bradley SCL503 Programmable Controllers, M. Rabiee, 2009, ISBN 1-55756-391-8.
16.  Programmable Logic Controllers; Hardware and Programming, M. Rabiee, 2002, ISBN 1-56637-873-7, Published by Goodheart-Willcox (G-W) Publishing Company, Tinley Park, IL.
17.  Laboratory Manual for Programmable Logic Controllers, M. Rabiee, 2002, ISBN 1-56637-874-5
18.  Instructor’s Guide for Programmable Logic Controllers, M. Rabiee, 2002, ISBN 1-56637-875-3
19.  Allen Bradley SCL500 Programmable Controllers, M. Rabiee, 2000, ISBN 1-55756-152-4, Published by Energy Concepts Incorporated (ECI), Chicago, IL.
20.  Instructor’s Guide for Allen Bradley SCL500 Programmable Controllers, M. Rabiee, 2000, ISBN 1-55756-369-1.
 
Peer-reviewed Publications:
I have published over 40 papers in refereed engineering journals (IEEE, ASEE and ATMAE).  I have also conducted 26 presentations during engineering professional conferences.
 
 Professional and Honor Societies:
•        Registered Professional Electrical Engineer since 1988 (P.E. #15735)
•        Senior Member of the IEEE
•        Member of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE)
•        Member of the Eta Kappa Nu Electrica,

Preferred Information

homepages.uc.edu/~rabieem

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Anca L Ralescu link

Professor, CEAS - Computer Science

819B Old Chemistry Building

513-556-4752

I teach a wide range of Computer Science courses including Intriduction to Computer science (CS-I), C++ programming for computer engineering, Discrete Mathematics, Data Structures, Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Programming Languages, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Adanced Machine Learning (Kernel methods).
Education

Ph.D, Indiana University Bloomington, IN, USA, 1983 (Mathematics / Theory of Probability)

MS, Indiana University Bloomington, IN, USA, 1980 (Mathematics / Theory of Probability)

BS, University of Bucharest Bucharest, Romania, 1972 (Mathematics)

Research Support

Grant: #S13427 Investigators:Ralescu, Anca 09-01-2005 -12-31-2005 Lockheed Martin Corporation Fuzzy Hamming Distance for Similarity Assessment in a Contents Based Image Retrieval System Role:PI Closed 000415-001 Level:Industry

Grant: #RRMFS0367/PO Investigators:Ralescu, Anca 12-19-2005 -12-31-2006 Lockheed Martin Corporation Conceptual Spaces for Image Retrieval Role:PI Closed 000453-001 Level:Industry

Grant: #N00014-03-1-0706 Investigators:Ralescu, Anca 06-01-2003 -10-31-2007 Department of the Navy Computing within Context with Applications to Pattern Recognition Role:PI Closed 001698-001 Level:Federal

Grant: #N00014-07-1-0438 Investigators:Ralescu, Anca 12-18-2006 -03-01-2010 Department of the Navy Measuring the Distance/Similarity Between Heterogeneous Data Items Role:PI Closed 003581-001 Level:Federal

Grant: #FA9550-09-1-0472 Investigators:Ralescu, Anca 06-01-2009 -05-31-2011 Air Force Office of Scientific Research Computational Intelligence Methods for Socio Cultural Modeling and Prediction: A Study of Group-Based Emotional Concept Understanding Role:PI Active 006293-001 Level:Federal

Grant: #ECA - Master for 11 Students Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma; Bakshi, Arjun; Berman, Kenneth; Bhatnagar, Raj; Bhattacharya, Prabir; Borowczak, Mike; Chaganti, Shikha; Davis, Karen; Guo, Minzhe; Helmicki, Arthur; Kohram, Mojtaba; Li, Hailong; Mukherjee, Tuhin; Ralescu, Anca; Ren, Zhaowei; Tan, Lirong; Vemuri, Ranganadha; Wu, Chao; Zhu, Cheng 09-01-2012 -08-31-2013 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Education Collaboration Agreement with CCHMC - 11 Students Role:Collaborator $246,693.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #1919.03.22.91 / FA8650-13-D-1547/0003 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi; Niu, Nan; Ralescu, Anca 08-01-2017 -07-31-2018 Department of the Air Force Exploring Binary Diversification in Codes for Cyber Defense Role:Collaborator $67,500.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #FA8650-18-C-1911 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi; Ralescu, Anca 04-27-2018 -12-31-2020 Air Force Research Laboratory A Novel, Effective, and Efficient Method for Real-Time Prevention and Detection of, and Intervention in Cyber Attacks for Avionics Systems Role:PI $412,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #RY-12-UC-18-4 sub ODHE Investigators:Jha, Rashmi; Ralescu, Anca 08-27-2018 -08-26-2019 Ohio Department of Higher Education Bio-Inspired Self-Evolving Software Platform for Cyber Security / Student: Jeremiah Greer Role:Collaborator $44,130.00 Awarded Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #1919.05.05.91 / FA8650-13-D-1547, Task Order FA8650-17-F-1043 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi; Ralescu, Anca 06-01-2018 -10-31-2018 Air Force Research Laboratory Dynamic Analysis using Intel Processor Trace for Real-Time Malware Detection Role:Collaborator $36,300.00 Active Level:Federal

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

TO BE UPDATED

Research and Practice Interests

My research centers mainly around machine learning theory and applications.  It includes development of algorithms for learning from imbalanced data, context dependent computing, supervised and unsupervised learning, feature selection, support vector machines, quantum computing and learning.  At the application level I am interested in image understanding, brain computer interface, and malware detection.

Preferred Information

secs.ceas.uc.edu/~ralescal

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Anthony R. Seta link

Grant Administrator Sr, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

812H Rhodes Hall

513-556-8580

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Dana Simian link

Asst Professor - Visiting, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

831 Old Chemistry Building

513-293-9957

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Jeffrey Russell Simkins link

Microelectronics Engineer, CEAS - Clean Room

390 Engineering Research Cntr

513-556-4775

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Andrew Steckl link

Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

839 Rhodes Hall

513-556-4777

Education

Ph.D, University of Rochester 1973

Research Support

Grant: #W911NF-06-1-0296 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 08-01-2006 -01-31-2010 Department of the Army Injection Laser Using Rare Earth Doped GaN Thin Films for Visible and Infrared Applications Role:PI $424,916.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #S000000941 & Chg.1 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 08-15-2005 -08-14-2006 Department of the Air Force Fluorescence Studies of Electro-Optic Polymers Role:PI $1,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #USAF-5408-04-SC-0007 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 08-14-2006 -08-31-2009 Department of the Air Force Biopolymers for Organic Light Emitting Diodes Role:PI $119,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ECS-0439074 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 11-15-2004 -10-31-2006 National Science Foundation Liquid Logic - The Third Wave in Electronics Role:PI $46,976.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #DAAD19-02-2-0014/02 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 06-30-2002 -06-29-2005 Department of the Army Rare-Earth-Doped GaN Electroluminescent Semiconductor Technology for All Solid-State Displays Operating under Extreme Conditions Role:PI $760,351.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #DAAD19-3-1-0101/P5 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 06-01-2003 -05-31-2006 Department of the Army Robust Visible and Infrared Light Emitting Devices Using Rare-Earth-Doped GaN Role:PI $360,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: ##650 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 06-15-2003 -06-14-2004 Ohio Board of Regents Dopant Compostion Measurement Equipment for Improved Rare-Earth-Doped Electroluminescent Devices Role:PI $100,000.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #DAAD19-03-1-0154 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 06-15-2003 -06-14-2004 Department of the Army Dopant Composition Measurement Equipment for Improved Rare-Earth-Doped Electroluminescent Devices Role:PI $275,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #DAAD19-03-1-0019 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 03-01-2003 -02-28-2004 Department of the Army Impurity Based Electroluminescence in Wide Bandgap Semiconductors Role:PI $18,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #Program Income Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 03-01-2003 -02-28-2004 Program Income Conference Grant Program Income Role:PI $3,990.00 Closed Level:Other

Grant: #2948S1 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 05-28-1999 -05-27-2000 Department of the Air Force Robust Micro Electro Mechanical Structures of Flow Control and Engine Sensors Role:PI $32,251.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #2013 S1/CN 01 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 05-01-2000 -09-01-2002 Department of the Air Force Robust Microelectromechanical Systems of Flow Control and Engine Sensors Role:PI $311,550.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #CT580265A4 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 01-10-2000 -01-09-2001 Edison Materials Technology Center Large Area Low Cost Semiconductors Role:PI $75,000.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #TECH 00-082 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 06-01-2000 -02-28-2003 Ohio Department of Development Technology for Semiconductor Devices Operating under Extreme Conditions Role:PI $595,100.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #MDA904-00-C-2103/01 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 09-17-2000 -09-17-2003 National Security Agency Unique Applications of Focused Ion Beam Technology: Ion Sources and Optoelectronic Device Fabrication Role:PI $800,716.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OBR #493/1 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 09-18-2000 -09-17-2003 Ohio Board of Regents Unique Applications of Focused Ion Beam Technology: Ion Sources and Optoelectronic Device Fabrication Role:PI $90,000.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #DAAH049510347 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 09-01-1995 -08-31-1999 Department of the Army Porous Si Laser Fabrication by FIB Implantation Role:PI $190,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #DAAY049510626/P00004 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 09-15-1995 -07-14-1999 Department of the Army Novel Luminescent Materials and Processes for Optoelectronic Devices Role:PI $386,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #MDA9049710110/P00001 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 09-05-1997 -03-04-2000 National Security Agency Focused Ion Beam Nano-Fabrication of Semiconductor Devices Role:PI $500,216.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #Amend. 1 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 09-05-1997 -03-04-2000 Ohio Board of Regents Focused Ion Beam Nano-Fabrication of Semiconductor Devices Role:PI $92,500.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #OSP97164 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 07-15-1997 -07-14-1999 Rockwell Automation, Inc. Growth of GaN Wafers on SiC SOL Role:PI $25,000.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #F336159812865/P00004 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 09-24-1998 -12-23-2004 Department of the Air Force GaN Plasma-Based Etching Role:PI $256,350.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #DAAG559810208/P00001 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 06-01-1998 -05-31-2002 Department of the Army Optical Characterization of Light Emitting Materials Role:PI $186,334.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ECS-9813588 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 06-15-1998 -11-30-1999 National Science Foundation Optical Memory Device Using Biphotonic Stimulation in Rare-Earth-Doped Material Role:PI $56,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: ##403 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 06-10-1999 -06-09-2002 Ohio Board of Regents Focused Ion Beam Fabrication of Photonic Circuits for High Speed Memory Role:PI $170,000.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #MDA90499C2597/P00001 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 06-10-1999 -06-09-2002 National Security Agency Focused Ion Beam Fabrication of Photonic Circuits for High Speed Memory Role:PI $1,007,388.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #OSP99151 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 01-01-1999 -12-31-2000 Dow Corning Corporation SiC and GaN Thin Film Growth Role:PI $322,723.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #DAAD199910348/P00004 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 10-01-1999 -06-30-2003 Department of the Army Rare Earth Doped GaN Visible and Infrared Light Emitters Role:PI $280,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ECS-9906984-NCE Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 09-15-1999 -02-28-2003 National Science Foundation Focused Ion Beam Fabrication of Optical Storage Structures using Biphotonic Stimulation in Rare Earth Doped Materials Role:PI $180,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #W911NF-07-1-0220 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 06-01-2007 -05-31-2008 Department of the Army Molecular Beam Epitaxy Equipment for Growth of Versatile Visible and Infrared Rare-Earth-Based GaN Lasers Role:PI $200,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #FA8650-07-C-7717 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 06-01-2007 -06-14-2009 Department of the Air Force Liquid Field Effect Transistors for Biocompatible Applications Role:PI $292,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ECCS-0725530 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 08-01-2007 -07-31-2011 National Science Foundation Liquid Field Effect Transistors Role:PI $200,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #RSC06054 / FA8650-04-2-4201 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 08-15-2006 -06-30-2007 Department of the Air Force Optical Photoluminescence Correlation Role:PI $21,491.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #U54 EB007954 Investigators:Air, Dorothy; Beyette, Fred; Bishop, Paul; Broderick, Joseph; Clark, Joseph; Haridas, Balakrishna; Helmicki, Arthur; Jauch, Edward; Kanter, Daniel; Pancioli, Arthur; Papautsky, Ian; Privitera, Mary Beth; Shutter, Lori; Steckl, Andrew; Todd, Anita; Tomsick, Thomas; Wilsey, Philip 09-30-2007 -06-30-2014 National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering Point of Care-Care Center for Emerging Neurotechnologies Role:Collaborator $9,416,342.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #UDRI RSC 07028-ODOD W944SR-06-C-0043 Investigators:Cuppoletti, John; Heikenfeld, Jason; Heineman, William; Steckl, Andrew 02-26-2007 -02-26-2014 Ohio Department of Development Institute for Development Commercialization of Advanced Sensor Role:Collaborator $1,000,000.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #FA4869-07-1-4069 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 06-15-2007 -07-14-2010 Department of the Air Force Electronic, Photonic and Magnetic Properties of Natural and Modified DNA Complexed with Heavy Metal Ions Role:PI $210,151.41 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #Ipitek / W31P4Q-08-C-0232 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 03-26-2008 -09-21-2008 Department of the Army Rare Earth Doped Organic Light Emitting Diodes for Infrared to Visible Upconversion Role:PI $29,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #TECH-09-022 Investigators:Abdallah, Shaaban; Cohen, Kelly; Hamed, Awatef; Jeng, San-Mou; Jog, Milind; Khosla, Prem; Lee, Jay; Qian, Dong; Schulz, Mark; Shanov, Vesselin; Singh, Raj; Steckl, Andrew; Turner, Mark; Vasudevan, Vijay; Walker, Bruce 08-18-2008 -08-17-2013 Ohio Department of Development Intelligent Propulsion and Power Systems and Their Life Management Role:Collaborator $27,492,308.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SRS 006005 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 01-01-2009 -12-31-2010 Raytheon Company Research on Materials for Electrowetting (Phase I) Role:PI $198,509.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #W911NF-09-1-0201 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 05-01-2009 -04-30-2010 Air Force Office of Scientific Research Plasma Source for the Growth of Rare-Earth-Based GaN Laser Structures Role:PI $74,504.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #RX7-UC-09-3 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 06-22-2009 -12-31-2011 Ohio Board of Regents Electrospinning of Biological Materials Role:PI $151,030.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #FA9550-09-1-0497 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 07-01-2009 -06-30-2010 Air Force Office of Scientific Research Circular Dichroism Spectrometer System for the Optical Characterization of DNA Thin Films Role:PI $116,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #RX7-UC-09-3CG Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 10-01-2009 -03-31-2012 Multiple Sponsors Electrospinning of Fibers for Extreme Conditions Role:PI $80,000.00 Active Level:Other

Grant: #W911NF-10-1-0329 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 08-09-2010 -12-31-2013 Department of the Army Rare Earth Doped GaN Laser Structures Using Metal Modulated Expitaxy Role:PI $335,505.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #W911QY-10-C-0185 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 09-01-2010 -03-04-2013 Department of the Army Electrospinning of Enzyme Containing Fibers Role:PI $222,691.92 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #TECH 11-016 Investigators:Ahn, Chong; Heikenfeld, Jason; Iyer, Suri; Papautsky, Ian; Son, Sang Young; Steckl, Andrew 07-19-2010 -06-30-2014 Ohio Department of Development The Ohio Center for Microfluidic Innovation Role:Collaborator $2,956,675.00 Active Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SRS 007441 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 04-01-2011 -09-30-2011 Sappi Fine Paper North America Smart Packaging on Paper Role:PI $54,000.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #RAI000625-May2011 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 07-01-2011 -12-31-2013 RJ Reynolds Fluorine-Free Superhydrophobic Surfaces Role:PI $200,562.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #Steckl 2012-2013 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 05-15-2012 -12-31-2013 Sappi Fine Paper North America Packaging on Paper Role:PI $122,236.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #ECCS-1236987 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 07-15-2012 -12-31-2014 National Science Foundation EAGER: Photonics-on-Paper - A New Paradigm in Low Cost Device Role:PI $150,010.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #PO 4534712328 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 03-01-2013 -10-31-2013 R. J. Reynolds Vapor Company PHASE I: Fiber Electrospinning Investigation for Improved Substrate Materials Role:PI $72,167.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #OPP1087022 Investigators:Pauletti, Giovanni; Steckl, Andrew 05-01-2013 -10-31-2014 Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Paper Based Diagnostics for Tropical Disease Detection Role:PI $100,000.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #PO US001-0000393878 / W911NF-11-D-0001 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 09-10-2013 -08-31-2014 Department of the Army Research Laboratory Multi-Axial Electrospun Fiber Mats for Controlled Release of Functional Materials Role:PI $125,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #URC Interdisciplinary Awards Investigators:Hegener, Michael; Pauletti, Giovanni; Steckl, Andrew 04-01-2014 -03-31-2015 UC's University Research Council Clinical Assessment of a Novel Paper-based Microfluidics Device: Towards Patient-Controlled Monitoring of Blood Coagulation Role:Collaborator $25,000.00 Active Level:Internal UC

Grant: #NSF IIP-1500236 Investigators:Hegener, Michael; Pauletti, Giovanni; Steckl, Andrew 04-01-2015 -09-30-2016 National Science Foundation Developing an Engineering Prototype for Ultra-Low-Cost Blood Coagulation Diagnostics Using Paper-Based Microfluidics Role:PI $200,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #SSP TCN 15-026/W911NF-11-D-0001 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 06-01-2015 -05-31-2016 Department of Defense Multi-axial Electrospun Fiber Mats for Controlled Release of Functional Materials Role:PI $150,000.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #S-104-000-001 / FA8650-15-C-6631 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 10-09-2015 -01-08-2017 Air Force Research Laboratory Biomarker/Metric Identification and Sensor Development Role:PI $175,000.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #ESpin Fibers SRA Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 04-11-2016 -04-10-2017 Cambridge Display Technology, Ltd. Electrospinning of Multi-Layer Fibers for Controlled Release of Active Materials Role:PI $150,000.00 Active Level:Foreign Industry

Grant: #2018 Exhibit A_10805 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 09-01-2018 -08-31-2019 Procter & Gamble Company Development of Aptamer Based Biosensors for Cortisol in Saliva Role:PI $55,000.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #2018 Exhibit A_PD 10806 Investigators:Steckl, Andrew 09-01-2018 -08-31-2019 Procter & Gamble Company Development of Aptamer Sensors for Endotoxin Detection Role:PI $55,000.00 Active Level:Industry

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

Bedford, Nicholas M; Winget, G Douglas; Punnamaraju, Srikoundinya; Steckl, Andrew J (2011. )Immobilization of stable thylakoid vesicles in conductive nanofibers by electrospinning.Biomacromolecules, ,12 (3 ),778-84

Punnamaraju, Srikoundinya; Steckl, Andrew J (2011. )Voltage control of droplet interface bilayer lipid membrane dimensions.Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and colloids, ,27 (2 ),618-26

Kim, Duk Young; Steckl, Andrew J (2010. )Electrowetting on paper for electronic paper display.ACS applied materials & interfaces, ,2 (11 ),3318-23

Wu, Dapeng; Han, Daewoo; Steckl, Andrew J (2010. )Immunoassay on free-standing electrospun membranes.ACS applied materials & interfaces, ,2 (1 ),252-8

Han, Daewoo; Steckl, Andrew J (2009. )Superhydrophobic and oleophobic fibers by coaxial electrospinning.Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and colloids, ,25 (16 ),9454-62

Wu, Dapeng; Steckl, Andrew J (2009. )High speed nanofluidic protein accumulator.Lab on a chip, ,9 (13 ),1890-6

Mahalingam, Venkataramanan; Sudarsan, Vasanthakumaran; Munusamy, Prabhakaran; van Veggel, Frank C J M; Wang, Rui; Steckl, Andrew J; Raudsepp, Mati (2008. )Mg 2+-doped GaN nanoparticles as blue-light emitters: a method to avoid sintering at high temperatures.Small (Weinheim an der Bergstrasse, Germany), ,4 (1 ),105-10

Hagen, Joshua A; Li, Wei-Xin; Spaeth, Hans; Grote, James G; Steckl, Andrew J (2007. )Molecular beam deposition of DNA nanometer films.Nano letters, ,7 (1 ),133-7

Research and Practice Interests

Electronic and photonic materials and devices, nano-materials, electrofluidics, biopolymers.

Preferred Information

www.nanolab.uc.edu

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David Tashjian link

Computer & Info Analyst I, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

810A Rhodes Hall

513-556-4246

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Joni A. Torsella link

Assoc Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

885 Rhodes Hall

513-556-1224

Research Support

Grant: #Engineering Models I and II Investigators:Boerio, F James; Bucks, Gregory; Kastner, Jeffrey; Ossman, Kathleen; Roseman, Rodney; Torsella, Joni 03-11-2013 -03-10-2014 MathWorks, Inc. Inclusion of Data Acquisition Technology in a Collection of Introductory Engineering Courses Role:Collaborator $37,131.00 Active Level:Industry

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Steven M. Ulm link

Business Administrator, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

812G Rhodes Hall

513-556-2832

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Assistant Professor, Psychology-Biology-Mechanical Engineering-Electrical Engineering (jointly appointed), A&S Psychology

45150J EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center

513-556-4058

SBBE, Sensory ecology, models of bat echolocation and flight control, robotic and computational models of animal behaviour and perception. Models of human cognition.
Education

MSc, Ugent Belgium, (Theoretical Psychology)

MSc, KUL Belgium, (Artificial Intelligence)

Ph.D., UA Belgium, 2012 (Biology)

Research Support

Grant: #DRL-1759150 Investigators:Layne, John; Maynard, Kathie; Peteet, Bridgette; Rollmann, Stephanie; Vanderelst, Dieter 08-01-2018 -07-31-2021 National Science Foundation Strategies: Trans-disciplinary Education in Biology and Engineering Technology Role:Collaborator $1,198,120.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #FS-18-048 Investigators:Cohen, Kelly; Kumar, Manish; Vanderelst, Dieter 04-18-2018 -12-31-2018 Department of Homeland Security SCITI UAV Innovator Subcontract SUAVE Role:Collaborator $50,000.00 Active Level:Federal

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

Vanderelst, Dieter; Steckel, Jan; Boen, Andre; Peremans, Herbert; Holderied, Marc W (2016. )Place recognition using batlike sonar.eLife, ,5 ,

Vanderelst, Dieter (2016. )Correction: Social Network Analysis As a Tool for Research Policy.PLoS neglected tropical diseases, ,10 (1 ),e0004410

Vanderelst, Dieter (2015. )Social Network Analysis As a Tool for Research Policy.PLoS neglected tropical diseases, ,9 (12 ),e0004266

Vanderelst, Dieter; Holderied, Marc W; Peremans, Herbert (2015. )Sensorimotor Model of Obstacle Avoidance in Echolocating Bats.PLoS computational biology, ,11 (10 ),e1004484

Vanderelst, Dieter; Peremans, Herbert; Razak, Norizham Abdul; Verstraelen, Edouard; Dimitriadis, Grigorios (2015. )Correction: The aerodynamic cost of head morphology in bats: maybe not as bad as it seems.PloS one, ,10 (5 ),e0126061

Vanderelst, Dieter; Peremans, Herbert; Razak, Norizham Abdul; Verstraelen, Edouard; Dimitriadis, Grigorios; Dimitriadis, Greg (2015. )The aerodynamic cost of head morphology in bats: maybe not as bad as it seems.PloS one, ,10 (3 ),e0118545

Schnyder, Hans A; Vanderelst, Dieter; Bartenstein, Sophia; Firzlaff, Uwe; Luksch, Harald (2014. )The avian head induces cues for sound localization in elevation.PloS one, ,9 (11 ),e112178

Bartenstein, Sophia K; Gerstenberg, Nadine; Vanderelst, Dieter; Peremans, Herbert; Firzlaff, Uwe (2014. )Echo-acoustic flow dynamically modifies the cortical map of target range in bats.Nature communications, ,5 ,4668

Reijniers, J; Vanderelst, D; Jin, C; Carlile, S; Peremans, H (2014. )An ideal-observer model of human sound localization.Biological cybernetics, ,108 (2 ),169-81

Vanderelst, Dieter; Speybroeck, Niko (2014. )Loading, merging and analysing demographic and health surveys using R.International journal of public health, ,59 (2 ),415-22

Vanderelst, Dieter; Reijniers, Jonas; Peremans, Herbert (2014. )Comment on "Ear deformations give bats a physical mechanism for fast adaptation of ultrasonic beam patterns".Physical review letters, ,112 (7 ),079401

Vanderelst, Dieter; Speybroeck, Niko (2013. )An adjusted bed net coverage indicator with estimations for 23 African countries.Malaria journal, ,12 ,457

Peremans, Herbert; Vanderelst, Dieter (2013. )Augmented topological maps for three-dimensional navigation.The Behavioral and brain sciences, ,36 (5 ),560-1; discussion 57

Vanderelst, Dieter; Lee, Ya-Fu; Geipel, Inga; Kalko, Elisabeth K V; Kuo, Yen-Min; Peremans, Herbert (2013. )The noseleaf of Rhinolophus formosae focuses the Frequency Modulated (FM) component of the calls.Frontiers in physiology, ,4 ,191

Vanderelst, Dieter; Jonas, Reijniers; Herbert, Peremans (2012. )The furrows of Rhinolophidae revisited.Journal of the Royal Society, Interface, ,9 (70 ),1100-3

Vanderelst, Dieter; Reijniers, Jonas; Firzlaff, Uwe; Peremans, Herbert (2011. )Dominant glint based prey localization in horseshoe bats: a possible strategy for noise rejection.PLoS computational biology, ,7 (12 ),e1002268

Guarato, Francesco; Jakobsen, Lasse; Vanderelst, Dieter; Surlykke, Annemarie; Hallam, John (2011. )A method for estimating the orientation of a directional sound source from source directivity and multi-microphone recordings: principles and application.The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, ,129 (2 ),1046-58

Vanderelst, Dieter; Reijniers, Jonas; Steckel, Jan; Peremans, Herbert (2011. )Information generated by the moving pinnae of Rhinolophus rouxi: tuning of the morphology at different harmonics.PloS one, ,6 (6 ),e20627

Reijniers, Jonas; Vanderelst, Dieter; Peremans, Herbert (2010. )Morphology-induced information transfer in bat sonar.Physical review letters, ,105 (14 ),148701

Vanderelst, Dieter; De Mey, Fons; Peremans, Herbert; Geipel, Inga; Kalko, Elisabeth; Firzlaff, Uwe (2010. )What noseleaves do for FM bats depends on their degree of sensorial specialization.PloS one, ,5 (8 ),e11893

De Mey, F; Schillebeeckx, F; Vanderelst, D; Boen, A; Peremans, H (2010. )Modelling simultaneous echo waveform reconstruction and localization in bats.Bio Systems, ,100 (2 ),94-100

Vanderelst, Dieter; Speybroeck, Niko (2010. )Quantifying the lack of scientific interest in neglected tropical diseases.PLoS neglected tropical diseases, ,4 (1 ),e576

Vanderelst, Dieter; Ahn, René M C; Barakova, Emilia I (2009. )Simulated trust: a cheap social learning strategy.Theoretical population biology, ,76 (3 ),189-96

Brysbaert, Marc; Speybroeck, Sara; Vanderelst, Dieter (2009. )Is there room for the BBC in the mental lexicon? On the recognition of acronyms.Quarterly journal of experimental psychology (2006), ,62 (9 ),1832-42

Duyck, Wouter; Vanderelst, Dieter; Desmet, Timothy; Hartsuiker, Robert J (2008. )The frequency effect in second-language visual word recognition. Psychonomic bulletin & review, ,15 (4 ),850-5

Keywords

echolocation, sonar, bio-inspired robotics, robotics, cognition, sensory ecology, hearing

Research and Practice Interests

The echolocation system of bats is limited in a number of important ways. It has a low update rate, a small "field of view" and a limited temporal resolution. Nevertheless, echolocating bats  are able to fly swiftly through vegetation, navigate changing environments, recognise objects and forage on the wing. In spite of intense efforts over the past 50 years, the sensorimotor algorithms underlying bat sonar remain only partly understood. I want to understand how, in spite of the limitations of their sensory system, bats are able to deal with the challenges that result from living in complex and changing environments. In other words, I want to know how bats deal with the limitations of their sonar system.

In my research, I use both simulation methods, artificial sonar systems and robots to research the sensorimotor loops underlying bat biosonar. In addition, I believe that by studying bat sonar the performance gap between artificial and biological sonar can be substantially reduced.

Besides bats and echolocation, my interests include bio-inspired artificial intelligence and models of cognitive functions both in humans and in animals.

Publication list on Research gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Dieter_Vanderelst

Selected publications:

Vanderelst, D., Steckel, J., Boen, A., Peremans, H. and Holderied, M. W. Place recognition using batlike sonar eLife, eLife Sciences Publications Limited, 2016, Vol. 5, pp. e14188

Vanderelst, D., Holderied, M. W. and Peremans, H. Sensorimotor Model of Obstacle Avoidance in Echolocating Bats PLoS Comput Biol, Public Library of Science, 2015, Vol. 11(10), pp. e1004484

Bartenstein, S. K., Gerstenberg, N., Vanderelst, D., Peremans, H. and Firzlaff, U. Echo-acoustic flow dynamically modifies the cortical map of target range in bats Nature communications, Nature Publishing Group, 2014, Vol. 5

Vanderelst, D., Lee, Y.-F., Geipel, I., Kalko, E. K., Kuo, Y.-M. and Peremans, H. The noseleaf of Rhinolophus formosae focuses the Frequency Modulated (FM) component of the calls
How nature shaped echolocation in animals, Frontiers E-books, 2014, pp. 55

Vanderelst, D., Reijniers, J., Firzlaff, U. and Peremans, H. Dominant glint based prey localization in horseshoe bats: a possible strategy for noise rejection PLoS Comput Biol, Public Library of Science, 2011, Vol. 7(12), pp. e1002268

Reijniers, J., Vanderelst, D. and Peremans, H. Morphology-induced information transfer in bat sonar Physical review letters, APS, 2010, Vol. 105(14), pp. 148701

Vanderelst, D., De Mey, F., Peremans, H., Geipel, I., Kalko, E. and Firzlaff, U. What noseleaves do for FM bats depends on their degree of sensorial specialization PloS one, Public Library of Science, 2010, Vol. 5(8), pp. e11893

Courses Taught

-PSTP-7077C CE 201 Level:Undergraduate

Preferred Information

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Contact Information

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Asst Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

804A Rhodes Hall

513-556-2885

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Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

530 Engineering Research Cntr

513-556-4784

Dr. Ranga Vemuri has been on the faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Cincinnati since 1989 and is currently a Professor. 

His interests span various topics within Hardware Trust, Correctness and Security; VLSI Design and Architectures; Embedded Systems, Cyber-Physical Systems and Applications; Formal Methods and Formal Verification; Electronic Design Automation, Logic and Physical Synthesis; Reconfigurable Computing and FPGAs; Approximate Computing; Sensor Networks.

He and his students have published over 250 papers.  Dr. Vemuri graduated over 40 PhD and 60 MS students. 

His reseach has been funded by AFRL, DARPA, NSF, SRC, State of Ohio and various industries including EDAptive Computing Inc..
Education

Ph.D, Case Western Reserve University Cleveland, 1988 (Computer Engineering)

M.Tech., Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India, 1984 (Computer Engineering)

B.Tech., Nagarjuna University India, 1983 (Electronics and Communications Engineering)

Research Support

Grant: #OBR AF 749 Investigators:Vemuri, Ranganadha 09-01-2004 -08-31-2007 Ohio Board of Regents Acquisition of Research Equipment for Electronic Systems Emulation, Prototyping and Testing Role:PI $60,000.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #CNS-0421092 Investigators:Vemuri, Ranganadha 09-01-2004 -08-31-2008 National Science Foundation Acquisition of Research Equipment for Electronic Systems Emulation, Prototyping and Testing Role:PI $280,085.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #CCF-0429717 Investigators:Vemuri, Ranganadha 08-15-2004 -07-31-2008 National Science Foundation Performance Macromodeling for Synthesis of Electronic Systems Role:PI $224,960.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #FY2004-0903-08 Investigators:Vemuri, Ranganadha 07-01-2003 -06-01-2004 Ohio Arts Council Indian Classical Music and Dance Role:PI $2,918.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #S00-001UC/Mod Investigators:Vemuri, Ranganadha 10-20-2000 -09-20-2002 Department of the Air Force Genetic Partitioning Role:PI $129,800.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #FY2000-917-08 Investigators:Vemuri, Ranganadha 07-01-1999 -06-30-2000 Ohio Arts Council Indian Classical Music and Dance Role:PI $4,629.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #IF-UC-00-07 Investigators:Vemuri, Ranganadha 04-03-2000 -03-31-2003 Ohio Board of Regents Application Accelerating Reconfigurable Computer Role:PI $249,768.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #SN-UC-01-08 Investigators:Vemuri, Ranganadha 07-01-2001 -06-30-2004 Ohio Board of Regents Mixed Signal Synthesis Role:PI $166,920.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #F3361501C1977/P00004 Investigators:Vemuri, Ranganadha 06-19-2001 -10-31-2004 Department of the Air Force Design Automation for High Performance Analog Systems Role:PI $1,150,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #WC104-010-UC-1 Investigators:Vemuri, Ranganadha 10-27-2003 -06-30-2009 Ohio Department of Development Wright Center of Innovation for Advanced Data Management and Analysis Role:PI $449,986.00 Closed Level:State of Ohio

Grant: #F3361596C1911/P00009 Investigators:Vemuri, Ranganadha 09-13-1996 -09-30-2001 Department of the Air Force Synthesis of Mixed-Signal Systems Role:PI $513,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #DABT6396C0051/P00004 Investigators:Vemuri, Ranganadha 09-10-1996 -09-09-1999 Department of the Army Techniques for Ultra Large Scale Hardware Verification Role:PI $209,844.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #CDA-9634462-001 Investigators:Vemuri, Ranganadha 08-15-1996 -07-31-2002 National Science Foundation Integration of High Level Synthesis, Analysis and Test Generation Research Results into Undergraduate Minor Curriculum in VLSI Systems Role:PI $249,042.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #DABT6397C0030/P00001 Investigators:Vemuri, Ranganadha 07-01-1997 -10-31-2000 Advanced Research Projects Agency The Comprehensive Analysis of Adaptive Computing Systems Role:PI $619,635.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #F3361597C1043/P00008 Investigators:Vemuri, Ranganadha 07-25-1997 -09-30-2001 Department of the Air Force Synthesis of Reconfigurable Architectures Role:PI $698,000.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #S99-001-UC/Mods 1,2 Investigators:Vemuri, Ranganadha 01-04-1999 -01-03-2001 Department of the Army Systems on a Chip Created Using Extended Requirements Language - Phase II Role:PI $50,015.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #ECA - Master for 11 Students Investigators:Agrawal, Dharma; Bakshi, Arjun; Berman, Kenneth; Bhatnagar, Raj; Bhattacharya, Prabir; Borowczak, Mike; Chaganti, Shikha; Davis, Karen; Guo, Minzhe; Helmicki, Arthur; Kohram, Mojtaba; Li, Hailong; Mukherjee, Tuhin; Ralescu, Anca; Ren, Zhaowei; Tan, Lirong; Vemuri, Ranganadha; Wu, Chao; Zhu, Cheng 09-01-2012 -08-31-2013 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Education Collaboration Agreement with CCHMC - 11 Students Role:Collaborator $246,693.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #SETS03-UC-2017 / USAF FA8650-14-D-1724/0003 Investigators:Jha, Rashmi; Vemuri, Ranganadha 02-01-2018 -01-30-2019 Air Force Research Laboratory Secure Engineering of Trusted Systems (SETS), USAF FA8650-14-D-1724/0003 Role:PI $102,500.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #SETS08-UC-2017 / AFRL Prime Contract FA8650-14-D-1724/FA8650-17-F-1034 Investigators:Vemuri, Ranganadha 06-07-2017 -11-01-2020 Air Force Research Laboratory Trust in Integrated Circuits - Application of REVEAL Role:PI $358,037.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #RY3-UC-18-6-AFRL_Fellowship_Chuvalas Investigators:Vemuri, Ranganadha 07-01-2018 -12-31-2019 Air Force Research Laboratory Hardware Acceleration of Assessment Tools for Trusted Microelectronics Role:PI $51,925.00 Active Level:Federal

Research and Practice Interests

VLSI Design, Design Automation of Digital, Analog and Mixed Signal Systems, Reconfigurable Architectures, Hardware Security and Side-Channel Attacks, Formal Methods and Verification
 

Other Information

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=Yq8TtKcAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao,

Preferred Information

secs.ceas.uc.edu/~vemurir

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Boyang Wang link

Asst Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

806A Rhodes Hall

513-556-4785

Boyang Wang is a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Cincinnati. He received his Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Arizona in 2017, his Ph.D. in Cryptography and B.S. in Information Security from Xidian University, China, in 2013 and 2007, respectively. He worked for Bosch Research and Technology Center as a research intern in 2015. He was a visiting student at Utah State University from 2012 to 2013 and a visiting student at the University of Toronto from 2010 to 2012. His research interests include privacy-preserving technologies, applied cryptography, data privacy and network security. He is a member of IEEE. He received Outstanding Ph.D. Dissertation Award from Xidian University in 2014 and Presidential Doctoral Research Fellowship from Utah State University in 2014.
Education

Ph.D., University of Arizona Tucson, AZ, 2017 (ECE)

Ph.D., Xidian University Xi'an, China, 2013 (Cryptography )

B.S., Xidian University Xi'an, China, 2007 (Information Security)

Research Support

Grant: #2018 Hyperconnect IRSA Investigators:Wang, Boyang 11-01-2018 -07-31-2019 Hyperconnect Lab Inc. Optimizing Verification Overhead for Privacy-Preserving Cryptocurrency Role:PI $10,743.00 Awarded Level:Industry

Preferred Information

http://homepages.uc.edu/~wang2ba/

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William G Wee link

Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

833 Rhodes Hall

513-556-4778

Dr. Wee's research interests are in the general area of artificial intelligence and computer vision. The former includes artificial neural networks and pattern recognition, while the latter includes 3-D filtering, solid and surface extraction and representation, reverse engineering using range and CT data, color picture and video compression, applications of 3-D data processing to machine inspection and manufacturing quality control, and biomedical applications. Most recently, he also works in aircraft engine inspection.
Education

Ph.D, Purdue University West Lafayette, Indiana, 1967 (Fuzzy system design)

Research Support

Grant: # 200-1Q-14F35140 Investigators:Wee, William 05-01-2005 -07-31-2005 General Electric Company Edge Detection Software Conversion Program Role:PI $10,010.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #200-10 14U36196 Investigators:Wee, William 03-15-2006 -12-31-2008 General Electric - GE Transportation - Aircraft Division NDE 2D and #D Data Processing Role:PI $174,979.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #NCE Investigators:Wee, William 05-07-2003 -10-31-2003 Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. Wavelet Transform Development for the Data Wear Inspection System Role:PI $7,806.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #P180-5687-D Investigators:Wee, William 10-15-2001 -12-17-2001 Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. Wear Profile Classification Tool Development Program Role:PI $20,168.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #P180-14146-D Investigators:Wee, William 03-06-2002 -12-31-2002 Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. Optical Metrology Software and Analysis Support Program Role:PI $20,080.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #R180-900-D Investigators:Wee, William 08-15-2002 -08-31-2002 Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. Optical Sensors Accuracy Evaluation Role:PI $28,091.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #200-1Q-14B44434 Investigators:Wee, William 11-01-1999 -01-31-2000 General Electric Company Sensor Characterization and Compensation Role:PI $13,995.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #200-1Q-14H45513 Investigators:Wee, William 05-04-2000 -12-31-2000 General Electric Company 4DI Sensor Improvement and Application Role:PI $28,002.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #200-10-14J50309 Investigators:Wee, William 05-01-2001 -12-20-2001 General Electric Company Four Dimentional Imager Sensor Data Stitching and Multi Sensor Data Fusion Role:PI $41,764.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #200-IJ-14632151-01 Investigators:Wee, William 03-01-2010 -12-31-2010 General Electric Aviation NDE 2D and 3D Data Processing Role:PI $25,000.00 Closed Level:Industry

Grant: #200-1J-14A32120 Investigators:Wee, William 02-01-2011 -12-31-2012 General Electric Aviation NDE 2D and 3D Data Processing Role:PI $35,000.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #PO CPL0982-604589 Investigators:Wee, William 05-15-2011 -12-31-2011 General Electric Aviation A Feasibility Study of an Automatic Parameter Calibration Method for Multiple Sets of Pre-Calibrated Emitters of an IS-900 Controller Role:PI $19,999.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #PO 200-1J - 14Y16214 Investigators:Wee, William 02-01-2012 -12-31-2012 General Electric Aviation Nondestructive Evaluation 2D and 3D Data Processing Role:PI $35,000.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #200-1J-14H13324 Investigators:Wee, William 01-01-2013 -12-31-2013 General Electric Aviation NDE 2D and 3D Data Processing (Calendar Year 2013) Role:PI $40,000.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #200-1J-14T13328 Investigators:Wee, William 05-12-2013 -12-07-2013 General Electric Aviation CMC VCT 3D Data Processing Role:PI $24,498.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #PO 200-1J-14J32338//RFQ 535-FERRO14 Investigators:Wee, William 02-01-2014 -01-01-2015 General Electric Aviation NDE 2D and 3D Data Processing Role:PI $40,000.00 Awarded Level:Industry

Grant: #200-1J-14J32339/RFQ 535-14FERRO Investigators:Wee, William 02-07-2014 -02-07-2015 General Electric Aviation CMC VCT 3D Data Processing Role:PI $11,257.00 Awarded Level:Industry

Grant: #PO 200-14-14N44219/RFQ #98A-011715 Investigators:Wee, William 01-01-2015 -12-31-2015 General Electric Aviation NDE 2D and 3D Data Processing Role:PI $40,000.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #PO# 14R51208 NDE 2D and 3D Investigators:Wee, William 01-01-2016 -12-31-2016 General Electric Aviation NDE 2D and 3D Data Processing Role:PI $40,000.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #PO 200-14-14W10759 Investigators:Wee, William 01-01-2017 -12-31-2017 General Electric Aviation NDE 2D and 3D Data Processing Role:PI $40,000.00 Active Level:Industry

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

Cai, X; Hou, Y; Li, C; Lee, J-H; Wee, W G (2006. )Evaluation of two segmentation methods on MRI brain tissue structures.Conference proceedings : ... Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Conference, ,1 ,3029-32

Wang, Xun; He, Lei; Tang, Yingjie; Wee, W G (2003. )A divide and conquer deformable contour method with a model based searching algorithm.IEEE transactions on systems, man, and cybernetics. Part B, Cybernetics : a publication of the IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society, ,33 (5 ),738-51

Han, C Y; Lin, K N; Wee, W G; Mintz, R M; Porembka, D T (1991. )Knowledge-based image analysis for automated boundary extraction of transesophageal echocardiographic left-ventricular images.IEEE transactions on medical imaging, ,10 (4 ),602-10

Niu, A; Han, C Y; Wee, W G (1990. )A new three-dimensional reconstruction method using algebraic reconstruction techniques.Journal of X-ray science and technology, ,2 (2 ),95-116

Romhilt, D W; Ashare, A B; Adolph, R J; Levenson, N I; Wee, W G; Sodd, V J; August, L S (1976. )Cesium-129 myocardial scintigraphy to quantify myocardial infarction in dogs. Journal of nuclear medicine : official publication, Society of Nuclear Medicine, ,17 (4 ),247-52

Wee, W G; Moskowitz, M; Chang, N C; Ting, Y C; Pemmeraju, S (1975. )Evaluation of mammographic calcifications using a computer program. Radiology, ,116 (3 ),717-20

Research and Practice Interests

Artificial intelligence and computer vision, image processing, neural networks and pattern recognition, medical imaging, picture and video compression.

Other Information

http://www.ece.uc.edu/~weewg/,

Preferred Information

secs.ceas.uc.edu/~weewg

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Wei Wei link

Asst Professor - Educator, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

Engineering Research Cntr

513-556-1818

Education

Ph.D., University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio, 2015 (Aerospace Engineering)

M.S., Beijing University of Science and Technology Beijing, China, (System Engineering)

B.S., Beijing University of Science and Technology Beijing, China, (Electronic Information Engineering)

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Ryan J White link

Associate Professor and Ohio Eminent Scholar, A&S Chemistry

Crosley Tower

513-556-4369

My research and teaching interests lie at the intersection of nanoscience, electrochemistry and the biological interface. The research interests in our group focus on the development of new (bio)analytical methods to probe chemical and biological systems with unprecedented spatial and temporal resolutions afforded by working at the nanoscale. The scope of this research is quite broad, ranging from studies of fundamental chemical and biological phenomena to the development of applied sensor technologies. As such, students in the group can expect to gain valuable interdisciplinary laboratory experience.
 
Ryan J. White is an Associate Professor and Ohio Eminent Scholar in the Department of Chemistry with a joint appointment in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computing Systems. Ryan received his bachelor’s degree in chemistry from the University of North Carolina (2003) and earned a Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of Utah (2007). He was an NIH NRSA Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of California Santa Barbara. Ryan started his academic career as an assistant professor in Chemistry and Biochemistry at UMBC in 2011, and was promoted to associate professor with tenure in 2016. Ryan joined UC in the fall of 2017. Ryan is also the recipient of the Royce W. Murray Young Investigator Award from the Society for Electroanalytical Chemistry. 
 
Education

B.A., University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC, 2003 (Chemistry)

Ph.D., University of Utah Salt Lake City, UT, 2007 (Chemistry)

Research Support

Grant: #R01 GM117159 Investigators:Ryan White (PI); Jennie Leach (Co-PI UMBC) 12-01-2015 -Bad Format: 20201131 NIH Aptamer-Hydrogel Hybrid Sensors for Continuous Therapeutic Drug Monitoring Role:PI $1,220,134 Active Type:Grant

Grant: #1608679 Investigators:Ryan White 06-01-2016 -05-31-2019 NSF Scanning Ion Conductance Microscopy Using Protein Channels Role:PI $360,000 Active Type:Grant

Grant: #1R21MH101692 Investigators:Ryan White 04-03-2014 -12-31-2016 NIH Nanoscale Sensors for Direct, Real-Time Monitoring of Gliotransmitter Release Role:PI $407,083 Completed Type:Grant

Investigators:Ryan White, NanoTerra Inc. 08-01-2016 -05-01-2017 DARPA Real-time Assessment of Antimicrobial Concentrations for Personalized Treatment of Infectious Diseases Role:Co-PI $40,000 Completed Type:Contract

Grant: #CHE-1753797 Investigators:White, Ryan 08-15-2017 -05-31-2019 National Science Foundation Scanning Ion Conductance Microscopy Using Protein Channels (TRANSFER of CHE-1608679) Role:PI $249,600.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #R01GM117159 Investigators:White, Ryan 08-15-2017 -11-30-2020 National Institute of General Medical Sciences Aptamer-Hydrogel Hybrid Sensors for Continuous Therapeutic Drug Monitoring (transfer of NIH R01 GM117159) Role:PI $165,594.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #UC4DK11628 Investigators:Ryan White, NanoTerra Inc. 09-15-2017 -08-31-2021 NIH Modular monitoring of hormone release from human islets Role:Co-PI $1,981,404 Active Type:Grant

Grant: #DARPA D2-1980 Investigators:Ryan White 12-01-2017 -Bad Format: 20201131 DARPA Real-time Assessment of Antimicrobial Concentrations for Personalized Treatment of Infectious Diseases Role:Co-PI $301,512 Active

Grant: #FSU R01952 sub UC4DK116283 Investigators:White, Ryan 09-15-2017 -08-31-2021 National Inst of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease Modular monitoring of hormone release from human islets Role:PI $590,568.00 Active Level:Federal

Abbreviated Publications
Presentations
Invited Presentations

Ryan J. White (01-16-2017. )Developing Specific Electrochemical Sensing and Imaging Platforms .University , Virginia Commonwealth University . Level:University

Ryan J. White (04-10-2017. )Developing Specific Electrochemical Sensing and Imaging Platforms .University , University of Utah. Level:University

Ryan J. White (08-24-2017. )Collagen membranes with ribonuclease inhibitors for long-term stability of electrochemical, aptamer-based sensors employing RNA, .ACS National Meeting , Washington DC. Conference. .Level:National

Ryan J. White (10-10-2017. )Developing Specific Electrochemical Sensing and Imaging Platforms .University, McGill University. Other Institution. .Level:International

Ryan J. White (11-09-2017. )Using ion channels to detect single molecules with high spatial resolution .The Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Charlotte, NC. Level:Regional

Ryan J. White (10-14-2017. )Developing Specific Electrochemical Sensing and Imaging Platforms .UMBC Undergraduate Research Symposium, Baltimore, MD. Level:National

Ryan J. White (11-17-2017. )Developing Specific Electrochemical Sensing and Imaging Platforms .University, Florida International University . Level:University

Paper Presentations

Ryan J White (03-09-2017. )Quantitative, Simultaneous Stochastic Sensing with Multiple Protein Channels .Chicago, IL. Conference. Level:International

Honors and Awards

2016 SEAC Royce W. Murray Young Investigator Award Society for Electroanalytical Chemistry Status:Recipient Level:International

Student Advising

Mirelis Santos Cancel (Doctoral )Chair Status:In Progress

Sierra Mize (Undergrad )Advisor Status:In Progress

Catherine Peterson (Undergrad )Advisor Status:In Progress

Eli Seidman-Deutsch (Undergrad )Advisor Status:Completed 12-18-2017

Dr. Robert Lazenby (Postdoctoral )Advisor Status:In Progress

Dr. Kan Shoji (Postdoctoral )Advisor Status:In Progress

Inayah Entzminger (Undergrad )Advisor Status:Completed 08-15-2017

Nick Vaccaro (Undergrad )Advisor Status:Completed 08-15-2017

Justine Lottermoser (Undergrad )Advisor Status:Completed 08-15-2017

Service

Department of Chemistry (Sustainable Chemistry Faculty Search Committee )Committee Chair Type:Departmental Service 08-20-2017 -01-31-2018

Deparmtent of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (Faculty Search Committee )Committee Member Type:Departmental Service 09-01-2017 -02-01-2018

Department of Chemistry (Awards Committee )Committee Member Type:Departmental Service 09-01-2017

Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (ERC Cleanroom Operation Committee )Committee Member Type:Departmental Service 09-01-2017

Positions and Work Experience

2007 -2011 NIH NRSA Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA

2011 -2016 Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry , University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC), Baltimore, MD

2016 -2017 Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC), Baltimore, MD

2017 -To Present Associate Professor and Ohio Eminent Scholar , Department of Chemistry, University of Cincinnati , Cincinnati, OH

Keywords

Biological/Bioanalytical/Bioinorganic/Biophysical

Professional Affiliation

2017: NSF Review Panel Member National Science Foundation, Washington, DC

2017: NIH Review Panel Member Enabling Biotechnologies Study Section National Institutes of Health , Washington, DC

2017: NIH Review Panel Member Instrumentation and Systems Development Study Section National Institutes of Health , Washington, DC

2017: Journal Reviewer Analytical Chemistry, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Angewandte Chemie, Nature Chemistry, Langmuir, Chemical Communications, ACS Sensors, Analyst, Journal of Physical Chemistry,

2017: NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Review Panel National Science Foundation,

2016 -2021: Society for Electroanalytical Chemistry Board of Directors Member

2017: Member of Features Panel for Analytical Chemistry Features Panel Member for the ACS journal Analytical Chemistry

Courses Taught

-CHEM-3030 ANALYTICAL II Level:Undergraduate

Level:Graduate

Level:Undergraduate

Preferred Information

Associate Professor and Ohio Eminent Scholar, Ph.D. https://www.echemnanobio.com

Contact Information

Academic - 503 Crosely Tower
Ohio, Phone: 513-556-4369
ryan.white@uc.edu

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Philip A. Wilsey link

Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

836 Rhodes Hall

513-556-4779

I am working in High Performance Computing, Data Science, Parallel and Distributed Simulation, Embedded Systems, and Point-of-Care medical devices.  I have been working with Random and Approximate Methods to improve the performance of Topological Data Aalysis (TDA), specifically persistent homology.  These studies have focused on partitioning and parallelism to decompose the problem into a collection of subparts that can be processed in parallel.  Because the TDA algorithms have exponentional complexity in both time and space, decomposing and partitioning the data into regional subspaces has dramatic impact on the overall performance.  In Big Data Clustering, I have been working to combine random projection hashing with locality sensitive hashing to implement high-performance, distributed privacy preserving data mining.  The projection and hashing approach permits us to perform clustering on distributed data sets by exchanging only hash keys between the distributed nodes.  The hash keys are produced by destructive transforms so that the original data in the distributed network remains fully protected.  We are promoting these techniques to enable clustering and nearest neighbor search across HIPAA protected medical databases.  In addition, I have been working extensively for many years to advance the field of Parallel and Distributed Simulation (PDES) using the Time Warp mechanism.  Most recently we have been studying the design of solutions for the pending event set problem for high performance simulation on multi-core and many-core platforms.  I have initiated studies to extract profile data from discrete event simulation models to obtain quantitative data that I plan to use to focus my algorithm development for parallel simulation.  Finally, I am working with the local BioSensors group and College of Medicine to develop point-of-care medical devices to assist patient diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring.
Education

Ph.D, University of Louisiana Lafayette, 1987 (Computer Science)

M.S., University of Louisiana Lafayette, 1985 (Computer Science)

B.S., Illinois State University Normal, IL, 1981 (Mathematics)

Research Support

Grant: #DABT6396C0055/P00009 Investigators:Wilsey, Philip 09-16-1996 -01-15-2000 Department of the Army A Verification Environment for High Assurance Network Performance Prediction Role:PI $748,975.00 Closed Level:Federal

Grant: #U54 EB007954 Investigators:Air, Dorothy; Beyette, Fred; Bishop, Paul; Broderick, Joseph; Clark, Joseph; Haridas, Balakrishna; Helmicki, Arthur; Jauch, Edward; Kanter, Daniel; Pancioli, Arthur; Papautsky, Ian; Privitera, Mary Beth; Shutter, Lori; Steckl, Andrew; Todd, Anita; Tomsick, Thomas; Wilsey, Philip 09-30-2007 -06-30-2014 National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering Point of Care-Care Center for Emerging Neurotechnologies Role:Collaborator $9,416,342.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #CNS-0915337 Investigators:Wilsey, Philip 09-01-2009 -08-31-2014 National Science Foundation CSR: Small: Collaborative Research: Combining Static Analysis and Dynamic Run-time Optimization for Parallel Discrete Event Simulation in Many-Core Environments Role:PI $166,911.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #SRS 007743 Investigators:Purdy, Carla; Wilsey, Philip 10-01-2011 -09-30-2014 L-3 Fuzing & Ordnance Systems Studies to Minimize Failures in Embedded Systems Software Role:PI $313,172.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #SRS 007902 Investigators:Wilsey, Philip 02-01-2012 -05-31-2013 HeathCo LLC College Themed Door Chime Role:PI $50,500.00 Active Level:Industry

Grant: #226-6273-NDL \ FA8650-12-C-6273 Investigators:Beyette, Fred; Choi, Seokheun; Heikenfeld, Jason; Papautsky, Ian; Wilsey, Philip 06-01-2012 -06-10-2013 Air Force Research Laboratory Arrayed Volatile Organic Sensors: System-Level Proof of Concept Role:Collaborator $51,500.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #ACI-1440420 Investigators:Wilsey, Philip 09-01-2014 -08-31-2019 National Science Foundation Scalable Big Data Clustering by Random Projection Hashing Role:PI $498,127.00

Grant: #R21ES024717 Investigators:Bhattacharya, Amit; Haynes, Erin; Heineman, William; Papautsky, Ian; Wilsey, Philip; Xie, Changchun 03-01-2015 -02-28-2017 National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Validation and Demonstration of Point-of-Care Sensor for Multi-Metal Exposure Assessment Role:Collaborator $197,708.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #S-000749 / FA9550-15-1-0384 Investigators:Wilsey, Philip 09-01-2015 -08-31-2019 Air Force Research Laboratory Parallel Discrete Event Simulation on Emerging High-Performance Multicore Clusters Role:PI $97,889.00

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

Beyette, Fred R; Booher, Blaine; Drennan, James; Carraher, Lee; Butler, Josh; Bowman, Peggy S; Clark, Joseph F; Wilsey, Philip A (2011. )Device for quantification of bilirubin in cerebral spinal fluid.IEEE transactions on bio-medical engineering, ,58 (3 ),773-6

Pettigrew, David B; Morgan, Chad J; Anderson, R Brian; Wilsey, Philip A; Kuntz, Charles (2010. )Virtual preoperative measurement and surgical manipulation of sagittal spinal alignment using a novel research and educational software program.Neurosurgical focus, ,28 (3 ),E2

Beyette, Fred R; Booher, Blaine; Drennan, James; Carraher, Lee; Butler, Josh; Bowman, Peggy; Clark, Joseph F; Wilsey, Philip A (2010. )Development of a point-of-care device for the quantification of bilirubin in cerebral spinal fluid.Conference proceedings : ... Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Conference, ,2010 ,915-8

Positions and Work Experience

1987 - Professor, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

Research and Practice Interests

High Performance Computing, Big Data Analysis, Topological Data Analysis, Parallel and Distributed Simulation, application specific O/S services, computer systems, small-form-factor computing, embedded systems, point-of-care medical devices.

Other Information

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=L3lqaIsAAAAJ&hl=en,

Preferred Information

Wilsey, Philip https://eecs.ceas.uc.edu/~paw/

Contact Information

Academic - Dept of EECS
836 Rhodes Hall
Ohio, 45221-0030
Phone: +1 513 556-4779
Fax: +1 513 556-7326
philip.wilsey@uc.edu

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Dorothy Young link

Program Coordinator, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

812 Rhodes Hall

513-556-3036

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Xuefu Zhou link

Assoc Professor, CEAS - Elec Eng & Computer Science

838 Rhodes Hall

513-556-6552

Xuefu (Frank) Zhou received the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering in 2002 and 2006, respectively, both from the University of Cincinnati where he joined the faculty as an Assistant Professor in September 2005, and was promoted to Associate Professor in September 2010.   From 1995 to 2000, he worked as a R&D Engineer, then Senior Engineer and Project Manager in the industry designing and developing distributed computer control systems, real-time embedded systems for various process controls.  

He is the recipient of 2011 and a co-recipient of 2012 William E. Restemeyer Teaching Excellence Award from SECS.  He is a senior member of IEEE.
Research Support

03-01-2015 -BAD DATE Children’s Cardiomyopathy Foundation/CCHMC Automated ECG Screening for Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Role:PI Active Type:Grant

06-01-2012 -08-31-2012 University of Cincinnati Research Council Faculty Summer Research Grant Role:PI Completed Type:Grant

2010 -2012 UC Interdisciplinary Faculty Development Programming LEGO ROBOT NXT in ROBOTC Completed Type:Grant

Grant: #135384 Investigators:Han, Chia Yung; Zhou, Xuefu 03-01-2015 -02-29-2016 Children’s Cardiomyopathy Foundation Automated ECG Screening for Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Role:PI $24,000.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Publications
Peer Reviewed Publications

Xiao, X., Ferro, Ma, T.., Han, C., Zhou, X. and Wee, W. (2014. )Adaptive Reference Image Set Selection in Automated X-Ray Inspection .Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering, ,Vol. 2014 ,

H. Zhang, W. Li and X. Zhou (1995. )Scanning Probe Microscope with Wide Measuring Range .Chinese Journal of Scientific Instrumentation, ,16 ,

W. Cao, H. Zhang and X. Zhou (1995. )The Design of A Tunnel Current Controlled Atomic Force Microscope .Chinese Journal of Scientific Instrumentation, ,16 ,

W. Cao, H. Zhang and X. Zhou (1996. )A Long-range Scanning Tunneling Microscope .Acta Metrologica Sinica, ,17 ,

H. Zhang, W. Cao, F. Jiang, W. Li and X. Zhou (1994. )Atomic Force Microscope of Wide Range Used in Precision Engineering .Journal of Hubei Institute of Technology, ,

H. Zhang, W. Cao, F. Jiang, W. Li and X. Zhou (1995. )A Study of Wide Scanning Range Atomic Force Microscopes Applied to Precision Engineering .Aviation Precision Manufacturing Technology, ,

Presentations
Poster Presentations

E Van Leer, X. Zhou and R. Pfister (BAD DATE. )A iOS-based CPP Application: Feasibility for Patient Practice of Resonant Voice Techniques .

Service

(Council for Graduate Affairs )Committee Member Type:Departmental Service 2011 -To Present

(Council for Undergraduate Affairs (UNCL) )Committee Member Type:Departmental Service 2010 -To Present

Master of Engineering (MENG) in EE and CompE Coordinator Type:Departmental Service 2011 -To Present

(ABET ) Coordinator Type:Departmental Service 2010 -To Present

IEEE Cincinnati Section (PACE )Committee Chair Type:Service to Professional Associations Level:Regional 2010 -To Present

Ohio Board of Regents (Transfer Assurance Guide (TAG) )Committee Member Type:Other Level:State 2008 -To Present

UC Faculty Senate (Information Technology subcommittee )Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 2013 -2014

the Journal of Circuits, Systems and Computers Associate Editor Type:Other Educational Service Level:International 2009 -2013

Wireless Telecommunication Symposium 2011 (Physical Layer II Track )Committee Chair Type:Service to Professional Associations Level:International

Wireless Telecommunication Symposium 2011 (Physical Layer II Track )Committee Chair Type:Service to Professional Associations Level:International

IEEE MWSCAS 2013 Treasurer Type:Service to Professional Associations Level:International

Positions and Work Experience

09-01-2005 -08-31-2010 Assistant Professor, University of Cincinnati,

09-01-2010 -To Present Associate Professor, University of Cincinnati,

Research and Practice Interests

Wireless and mobile communications, wireless networking,  communications and signal processing, bio-medical signal processing. non-destructive evaluations.

Preferred Information

homepages.uc.edu/~zhoxu