Energy Conversion and Storage
Cary Pint, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Energy storage and conversion devices, nanomaterials fabrication, atomic layer deposition, solid-state and integrated and multi-functional energy storage materials and systems, scalable and controllable carbon nanomaterials growth
Eric Barth, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Dynamic systems and control. Design, modeling and control of mechatronic and fluid power systems, free-piston internal combustion and free-piston Stirling engines, power supply and actuation for autonomous robots, and applied non-linear control.
Greg Walker, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Micro-scale heat transfer, heat flux measurement, energy transport processes, ultrasonic pyrometry, thermographic phospors, energy conversion devices, high-performance computing
Peter Pintauro, H. Eugene McBrayer Professor of Chemical Engineering
New Proton-Exchange Membranes for Fuel Cells, Development of Space-Charge Models for Ion Uptake and Transport in Ion-Exchange Membranes, Organic Electrochemical Synthesis
Kane Jennings, Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Surface chemistry, self-assembly, films, coatings, biohybrid materials, bioinspired materials, and bioreplica materials.
Peter Cummings, John R. Hall Professor of Chemical Engineering
Molecular modeling of fluids, computational nanoscience, molecular rheology of lubricants, mathematical modeling of biological systems