Professor Atulasimha researches multiferroic nanomagnets logic and memory
Dr. Barua specializes in developing multifunctional magnetic materials systems for diverse applications in the power & energy sector.
Dr. Bilbao y León is currently on Leave of Absence.
Dr. Carasik researches computational and experimental thermal hydraulics and is the Director of the FAST Research Group
Director of MNE Innovation & Associate Professor of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering at Virginia Commonwealth University
Dr. Castano specializes on tailoring the surface properties of materials for applications in energy, transportation, and manufacturing.
Shawn's research interests include airborne and liquid-borne nanoparticle filtration, NanoEHS, and indoor and urban air pollution control.
The applications for Chen’s research are varied and include atmospheric and combustion aerosol and particulate emission control
Fluid mechanics expert, with a penchant for nanotechnology and microelectromechanical systems
Professor Goddard is a nuclear engineer specializing in nuclear security and nonproliferation
Dr. Golshahi specializes in aerosol science and in vitro-in vivo correlations for respiratory support, diagnosis and inhalation therapy.
Assistant Professor of the Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering, at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Dr. Guven specializes in fracture and failure analysis using Peridynamics
Professor Hadimani specializes in non-invasive brain stimulation, biomagnetics, magnetocalorics and energy harvesting research.
Professor Longest works to improve the treatment of respiratory diseases and disorders through the development of drug delivery strategies
Professor of the Practice at the Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering of Virginia Commonwealth University.
Computational Physics with emphasis on effects of plasma, laser and particle beams on materials, radiation shielding, and fluid dynamics
Expertise: Materials Science and Engineering, Surface Engineering, Wetting Phenomena, Metal Forming, Materials Chemistry
Bradley Nichols is an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering.
Dr. Phongikaroon's research focuses on pedagogy and experimental studies in used nuclear fuel reprocessing via novel detection techniques.
Nuclear engineering expert specializing in nanomaterials and radiation-induced synthesis
Electrical mechanics expert exploring the response dynamics and vibrations of offshore drilling
Engineered Tissue Multiscale Mechanics & Modeling Laboratory (ETM3)
Engineering and program development expert with research focused on bladder biomechanics and robotics
Dr. Tafreshi's main focus is on single/multiphase fluid, heat, and particle transport through fibrous and porous media
Professor Tepper's research focuses on radiation detection and measurement
Aerosol-enabled technologies towards addressing critical challenges in the sectors of energy, environment, and human health.
Nuclear reactor physics, reactor core design, computational methods for reactor analysis, sensitivity and uncertainty analysis
Specializing in surface science and engineering, solid-liquid interactions, self-assembly of colloidal nano particles and inkjet printing