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  • Azad Science & Technology University, School Of Engineering, Department Of Industrial Engineering.

  • Auburn University Department of Textile Engineering

  • Auburn University's Department of Textile Engineering is part of the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering and administers three undergraduate degrees: Bachelor of Fiber Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Textile Chemistry, and Bachelor of Science in Textile Management and Technology. Major research areas include fiber and materials science, composite materials, geotextiles, biomedical materials, enzyme technology for fibers, nanofibers, polymers, polymer and colorant-related chemistry, and waste re-utilization. Graduate degrees are M.S. and Ph.D. in Integrated Textile and Apparel Science.

  • CALCE Electronic Products and Systems Center, University of Maryland

  • CALCE EPSC is recognized as a founder and driving force behind the development and implementation of physics-of-failure (PoF) approaches to reliability and life cycle prediction, as well as a world leader in accelerated testing, and electronic parts selection and management. The CALCE EPSC is at the forefront of international standards development for critical electronic systems having chaired the development of several reliability and part selection standards. The CALCE EPSC is staffed by over 100 faculty, staff and students, and in 1999 became the first academic research facility in the world to be ISO 9001 certified. Collectively, CALCE researchers have authored over 25 internationally acclaimed textbooks and well over 250 research publications relevant to electronics reliability. Over the last 15 years, The Computer Aided Life Cycle Engineering (CALCE) Electronic Products and Systems Center has invested over $50 million in developing methodologies, models, and tools that address the design, manufacture, analysis, and management of electronic systems.

  • The Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Ohio State University

  • The Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, one of the oldest programs in the country, celebrated its centennial in 2003. Currently, the department has 14 full time and three active emeritus faculty, 85 graduate students, 375 undergraduate students, and more than 3,000 alumni. We are undergoing a phase of expansion to become one of the top chemical enginering research and education departments in the country.

  • Ferris State University

  • Ferris State is a career-oriented public university located in Big Rapids, Michigan. More than 170 degrees are offered through the colleges of Allied Health Sciences, Arts and Sciences, Business, Education and Human Services, Optometry, Pharmacy, and Technology.

  • Florida Power Electronics Center

  • A website for Florida Power Electronics Center, it provides some information about the center and the research activities.

  • Harvard Electricity Policy Group

  • analysis and discussion of policy issues facing the electricity industry related to the transition to a more cmopetitive electricity market

  • LuleĆ„ University of Technology

  • Sweden's most northern university of technology. Top-class education and research.

  • Associate Professor, Docent

  • Numerical analysis of partial differential- and integro-differential equations, finite- and boundary element methods. Charged particle transport equations: Neutron Transport, Vlasov-Poisson, Fokker-Planck, Fermi and BGK.

  • Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Technology for Successful Aging

  • The Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Technology for Successful Aging (RERC-Tech-Aging), a University of Florida (UF) initiative, was established in October, 2001. The primary focus of the Center is to promote independence and quality of life for older people with disabilities through technology - devices that can make everyday tasks easier to complete. This RERC-Tech-Aging, funded by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR), builds on the work of Mann and colleagues, who in 1991 established and conducted work as the NIDRR funded RERC-Aging at the University at Buffalo (State University of New York at Buffalo). The core focus of the RERC-Tech-Aging is research and development on communications, home monitoring, and "smart" technology for older persons. To meet this challenge, it has brought together the expertise of several major research universities, corporate partners and professional and consumer organizations. The center is also identifying the needs and barriers to home monitoring and communication technology for elders. The website details projects and events associated with the Center, as well as provides a variety of links and downloadable materials.

  • VP Research at the University of New Brunswick

  • Research promotoion and administration at UNB

  • Environmental Health Technology

  • University of Washington program on the health and environmental issues associated with air pollution, drinking water, wastewaters, food protection, and solid and hazardous wastes.

  • University of Florida

  • Comprehensive source of information about the engineering college at Florida.

  • Electro-Optics, Environment and Materials Laboratory

  • A unit of Georgia Tech Research Institute, the applied research arm of Georgia Institute of Technology. Descriptions of basic and applied research programs in areas such as advanced materials, indoor air quality, hazardous wastes, and wastewater disposal.

  • Mineral Processing Engineering Degree Program at Michigan Tech

  • Information geared towards potential students covering the program, faculty, school, and field.

  • Laser Sensors and Research in Electrical Engineering

  • A description of research related to applications of lasers in several areas is given.

  • Powertrain Control Research Laboratory, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  • Powertrain research laboratory focusing on dynamic powertrain modeling, diagnostics and control.

  • International Flame Research Foundation Academy

  • The IFRF trains and educates combustion scientists and engineers in new technologies involved in industrial scale combustion processes

  • Thermal Conduction Laboratory

  • Thermal Conduction Laboratory of the Mechanical Engineering Dept of Clemson University at Clemson, SC.

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