Dr. Abdelwahed is a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Model-integrated ComputingModel based Design and Analysis of Cyber-phyiscal SystemsAutonomic ComputingFormal VerificationSystem Diagnosis and Fault Analysis
Dr. Ahmad specializes in the development of using small molecules, peptides and proteins
Research and development using small molecules peptides and proteinsProcess development of new and existing active pharmaceutical ingredientsDevelopment of efficient and cost effective processes using continuous synthesis and flow chemistry.
Dr. Ahmed's research interests include digital forensics, system security, and cybersecurity education.
Ghali Aladwani, M.S. is a Laboratory and Research Specialist in the Mechanical and Nuclear Department at VCU Engineering.
Traci M. Anthony is an administrative assistant of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Dr. Arodz's research focuses on machine learning and bioinformatics
Machine Learning: Nonlinear Classification Methods That Incorporate Existing Knowledge Into TrainingSystems Biology: Integration of Prior Biological Knowledge and Multiple Sources of Data for Pathway DiscoveryComputational Biology: Analysis of Role of Protein Mutations in Evolution and DiseasePattern Recognition and Machine Learning in BiomedicineProtein EvolutionComplex Biological NetworksBioinformatics
Professor Atkinson specializes in microelectromechanical systems
Microelectromechanical SystemsBiochipSmart materialsMicro and NanofabricationEnergy Conversion DevicesSensors Actuators and Transducers
Professor Atulasimha researches multiferroic nanomagnets logic and memory
Multiferroic nanomagnets logic and memoryMagnetostrictive spintronic nanowire strain sensorNonlinear magnetostrictive piezoelectric magnetoelectric responseFabrication of MEMS devicesHybrid spintronics-straintronics for ultralow power memory logic and higher order information processingNanomagnetism: Nanoscale magnetization dynamicsSpintronics: Spin transport and manipulation in nanowires
Professor Avrutin specializes in the growth and characterization of oxide materials (ZnO, perovskite oxides)
III-Nitride expitaxial structures for light emitters and high-power devices including semipolar and nonpolar material on silicon and sapphire substrates
Professor Bandyopadhyay has authored and co-authored nearly 400 research publications
Self-assembly of Regimented Nanostructure ArraysSpintronicsQuantum DevicesHot Carrier Transport in NanostructuresNanoelectronicsQuantum ComputingNanomagnetismComputing ParadigmsOptical Properties of NanostructuresCoherent spin transport in Nanowires for Sensing and Information ProcessingNanowire-based Room Temperature Infrared Detectors