College of Engineering

Recent PhD Graduates

Anticipated for 2018

Shadi Ahmadi Darani

Shadi Ahmadi Darani

System Architecture Optimization Using Hidden Genes Genetic Algorithms with Applications in Space Trajectory Optimization


El Hachemi Bouali

El Hachemi Bouali

Analyzing the Life-Cycle of Unstable Slopes Using Applied Remote Sensing Within an Asset Management Framework


Mufaddel Dahodwala

Experimental and Computational Investigation of Dual Fuel Diesel-Natural Gas RCCI Combustion in a Heavy-Duty Diesel Engine


Edward De Jesus Rivera

Edward De Jesús Rivera

Pressure Measurements Inside Multiple Cavities of a Torque Converter and CFD Model Correlation


Casey Demars

Target Detection, Tracking, and Localization Using Multi- Spectral Image Fusion and RF Doppler Differentials


Pegah Kord Forooshani

Pegah Kord Forooshani

Model Polymer Systems Containing Catechol Moieties to Tune Hydrogen Peroxide Generation for Anti-bacterial and Wound Healing Applications


Oladeji Fadayomi

ICME Investigation of Electrical Conductivity and Thermodynamic Stability for Precipitation Strengthened Ternary Al-Zn-Zr and Al-Zn-Ni Alloys


Paniz Khanmohammadi Hazaveh

Paniz Khanmohammadi Hazaveh

Generalizable Modeling of Charge Transport in Single- Electron Transistor Devices: Application to Thermal Sensitivity in Semiconducting Island Systems


Mehrzad Mohammadi Bijaieh

Energy Storage Control and Requirements for Inverter- Based Microgrids


John Salvato

Agile-Stage Gate Management (ASGM) - NPD Implementation Practices from Global Firms Developing Complex, Physical Products


Rui Shi

Rui Shi

Environmental Sustainability Assessments of Liquid Transportation Biofuels Derived from Algae and Oilseed


Meng Tang

Meng Tang

Spray and Combustion Studies of High Reactivity Gasoline in Comparison to Diesel Under Advanced Compression Ignition Engine Conditions


Yachen Tang

Anomaly Inference Based on Heterogeneous Data Sources in an Electrical Distribution System