School of Engineering & Applied Sciences Research

Interdisciplinary Research to Advance Societies at the WSU Tri-Cities School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

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The faculty in the School of Engineering & Applied Sciences distinguish themselves for their interdisciplinary applied-science research. Representative projects are listed below.

  • High-performance engineering computing
  • Aeronautical propulsion, including:
  • gas turbines, ramjets, and scramjets
  • Chemically reacting aerospace flows
  • Ultra-High performance concrete
  • Engineered cementitious composites
  • Reuse/recycling of materials
  • Inverse modeling and stochastic hydrology
  • Renewable energy
  • Climate change impacts on hydrology
  • Assessment of water resources
  • Reaction kinetics
  • Modeling of subsurface flows
  • Adsorption in packed bed reactors
  • Computer graphics education
  • Photorealistic image synthesis
  • Computer vision for plant biology
  • Applied bioinformatics
  • Agricultural information systems
  • Model-based embedded software
  • Supply-chain modeling and analysis
  • Telecommunications
  • Radar and space science
  • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
  • Protein Dynamics and Interactions
  • Quantum Information Processing
  • Thermal transport in nanostructures
  • Smart environments
  • Molecular and particle simulations
  • Multifunctional polymer composites
  • Nano/micro-structured materials
  • Advanced cellular composites
  • Agricultural Robotics and Automation
  • Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting
  • Shape Memory Polymers
  • Thermal barrier coatings
  • Biodegradable polymer composites
  • Renewable Energy
  • Composite Materials and Foams
  • Internal Combustion Engines and Emissions
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