Administers and coordinates graduate student recruitment, admissions and graduate programs for the Department of Biomedical Engineering.
Creates biologically active and mechanically functional tissue repair systems, and develops chemical imaging instrumentation for noninvasive biomedical and hazard diagnostics
Develops new electrochemical processes for applications including nano-material fabrication, energy storage, electrometallurgy and sensors
Alilou’s research focuses on applying computer vision and machine learning techniques to analyze chest CT scans automatically. The resulting technology aids radiologists and pathologists with automatic detection, quantification, diagnosis, and treatment response prediction of lung cancer and other lung diseases.
Develops multifunctional materials and flexible nanostructured platforms for electrochemical and biomedical devices, localized drug delivery, neural interfacing, and electrochemical sensing; studies nanomaterials evolution/interactions in controlled (liquid) environments using in-situ characterization techniques
Provides the strategic vision and goals, leadership, management and operational implementation of the co-operative education program.
Provides procurement services for the departments of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering; Macromolecular Science & Engineering; and Materials Science & Engineering
Investigates musculoskeletal computer modeling and its applications to human locomotion
Privacy enhancing technologies, data security and applied cryptographyy
Researches biologically inspired robotics
Develops processing-structure-property relationships in polymeric systems; creates micro- and nano-layered films; and produces biomimetic hierarchical structures of soft materials
Researching materials science and engineering
Investigates numerical methods and optimization for systems and control, control theory, application of systems theory in communication, signal processing, robotics and VLSI
Enables the development and understanding of thermal and fluid systems to advance space exploration
Assists Case School of Engineering faculty with energy-related research proposals through editing and administrative support.
Provides design for manufacturing expertise at think[box]
Leads the strategic planning, funding attraction, operations and public relations for ISSACS
Researches aerospace system design, propulsion, gas dynamics, shock wave boundary layer interactions and fluid/thermal systems modeling
Understands and solves problems in biology and medicine using transport principles
Manages administrative support for the academic and research operations for the departments of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Macromolecular Science and Engineering, and Materials Science and Engineering.
Brooke, under the general direction of the Student Affairs Specialist, serves as an advocate for the students within the departments of Computer & Data Sciences (CDS) and Electrical, Computer & Systems Engineering (ECSE) by providing general administrative assistance to contribute to a positive student experience.
Researches nerve blocks, including the SINE electrode, high capacity electrode and high-frequency blocks
Provides leadership, management, and direction to develop strategies and execute priority projects for the Case School of Engineering.
Planning and overseeing human resource-related functions for the Case School of Engineering.
Manages pre- and post-award sponsored-research grants for the Department of Biomedical Engineering.
Provides design for manufacturing expertise at think[box]
Develops predictive lifetime models for materials degradation related to stress conditions and induced degradation mechanisms evaluated by quantitative spectroscopic characterization of materials
Web Development, Drupal Development, Content Management
Applies computer gaming technology and digital signal processing, especially VR and AR, to problem-solving in fields including psychology, nursing and medicine
Coordinates resources, programming, and outreach to the local community
Manage the laboratory and workspace facilities of the Roger E. Susi First Year Engineering Experience.
Provides administrative and financial expertise within the Dean's Office
Study the mechanics, designs, and manufacturing of smart multifunctional materials, soft robotics, soft electronics, and self-powered sensing systems.
Engineers biomaterials-based strategies to improve the performance and longevity of central nervous system implanted devices
deformation mechanisms of metals and metal-matrix composites; fatigue, fracture, and creep; failure analysis; electron microscopy; 3D microscopy; novel methodologies for multi-scale material characterization; data science and analytics; open science
Develops next-generation medical robotic systems for surgery and image-guided interventions
Assists the engineering school dean, vice dean and development staff in strengthening relationships with alumni and friends
Develops rapid learning and optimization methods for intensity modulated radiation therapy, and develops new paradigm for combinatorial optimization
Develops strategic partnerships with faculty and alumni at think[box]
High Performance Computing and Applications to Science, Engineering, Biology, and Medicine; Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning/Data Science; Computer Assisted Diagnosis and Interventions; Medical Image Processing; Computer Architecture; Quantum Computing.
My research interest focuses on developing polymers with unique mechanical properties and understanding the processing-structure-property relationships.
I develop intelligent robotic teleoperator systems that integrate human- and robot-facing multimodal sensor information to deliver enhanced human-robot system performance through augmented multisensory operator feedback.
Develops software for the Network Neural Prothesis system as part of the FES Center's products.
Engineers metallic surfaces for improved performance; selects materials and designs manufacturing processes for innovative outcomes
Applies theoretical computer science techniques to discover problem structures and improve algorithm performance
Plans, maintains and implements both virtual and hardware solutions to the wide range of needs within the engineering school
Passionate bridge builder liaising MEM/CSE graduate students with topflite corporations that are seeking exceptional candidates
Develops robots that can traverse and operate in new environments, inspired by biological models of smart physical systems
Works with staff and faculty to ensure a quality student experience for the MEM program
Analyzes performance of ceramics in energy applications, including fuel cells and oxygen transport membranes
Manages events, programs, social media and outreach initiatives at think[box]
Fosters the application of informatics to improve clinical decision-making for patient care
Advances university goals through strategic fundraising globally
Provides administrative leadership and operational expertise to integrate all educational programs and for all human resources-related activities
Analyses neural systems and designs devices to interface with the nervous system to provide therapies for neurological disorders
Develops separation materials and processes to benefit nuclear medicine, environmental protection, and nuclear waste recycling and remediation.
Oversees think[box] financial and administrative functions
Designs, synthesizes and tests orthopedic biomaterials using biomimetic strategies emphasizing nanoscale structures and self-assembly
Studies and engineers microstructures, interfaces and surfaces of metallic materials by novel methods of processing and microcharacterization
Angie serves as the financial and administrative manager for her assigned portfolio of research grants and contracts over both pre-award and post-award cycles within the departments of Computer & Data Sciences (CDS) and Electrical, Computer & Systems Engineering (ECSE). This follows the full lifecycle of grants from the time of proposal submission through agency funding period, project performance period, and final project closeout.
Provides leadership, management, and administration to the Division of Engineering Leadership & Professional Practice.
Develops novel polymeric materials and ultrasonic-based separation processes for nano- and microscale multi-phase systems
Develops methods for high-performance computing, modeling and simulation
Secure and dependable distributed systems, networks and algorithms including solutions to the foundational problems of blockchains, churn, consensus, group membership and failure detectors.
Applies data science and analytics to energy and materials science research problems
Develops virtual environments and neural interfaces to improve human health after neurological injury
Develops multi-physics sensing and stochastic modeling methods for improving observability in dynamical systems
Bridges the gap between advanced control theory and energy, industrial and space applications
Leads development and engagement efforts to build and sustain lifelong relationships with alumni and friends on behalf of the Case School of Engineering.
Oversees lab operations and helps students with their projects
Assistant Professor, Weatherhead School of Management
Plans, maintains and implements both virtual and hardware solutions to the wide range of needs within the engineering school
Development and clinical assessment of neural interfaces and stimulation approaches to restore and enhance somatosensory function
Lab website: https://www.graczyklab.com/
Coordinates programming and events for Sears think[box]
Researches biomedical sensors and diagnostics, and focuses on translation to clinical applications
As Executive Director, Katherine Gullett supports the research, technology translation, funding initiatives, and marketing and communications of the center.
Designs and studies ionic liquid and eutectic solvents for applications in separations, carbon dioxide capture and electrochemical conversion, and energy storage
Improves human health via research in cell mechanics to develop biosensors and point-of-care systems
Develops dynamical models of biological systems to help improve treatment of complex diseases
Website and applications development, database administration
Develops medical devices to restore human functions
Christine serves as an advocate for the students within the department, providing assistance with general inquiries and leading engagement functions to contribute to a positive student experience.
Procurement Specialist, provides procurement services for the departments of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Macromolecular Science & Engineering, and Materials Science & Engineering
Supports the Case School of Engineering budget and research functions
Assists with the development, management, operations, and assessment of the Roger E. Susi First-Year Engineering Experience
Cynthia provides support for the multiple internal and external associations and relationships between the chairs of the Computer & Data Sciences (CDS) and Electrical, Computer & Systems Engineering (ECSE) departments and other entities. This includes the dean’s office of the engineering school, the academic and administrative units of the university, the students, the faculty, and others.
Focusing on the microbiology of the built environment, my research program seeks to understand and then engineer microbiomes to preserve both human and environmental health.
Develops supercritical water oxidation technologies for waste management and water reclamation for extended duration space missions
Serves as the chief financial and operations office for the engineering school
Combines experiments, theory and simulation to study fundamental problems in the polymer physics of grafted and non-linear polymers
Develops and characterizes novel thermal management materials
Develops, implements and manages procedures for the administration and operation of the Office of the Chair for the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace and Engineering.
Develops advanced benzoxazine resins, thermosetting resins based on natural renewable materials and green flame retarding systems
Assists the manager, academic coordinators and research administration teams for the departments of Chemical and Biomolecular and Engineering, Macromolecular Science and Engineering, and Materials Science and Engineering
Variability analysis of multi-modal physiological time series data collected in clinical settings
Lavanya serves as the research purchaser for the Computer & Data Sciences (CDS) and Electrical, Computer & Systems Engineering (ECSE) departments, providing assistance with the daily purchasing operations. She also handles reimbursements and payment requests for the research portfolio.
Designs and conducts two-phase flow experiments for space stations
Studies and develops computational models for cryogenic storage tanks, and investigates zero boil-off tanks
Researches microgravity fluid physics and combustion research, including ZBOT, cryogenic fluid management, propellant tank models and gravity’s impact on systems
Supports program, financial and administrative functions of the Great Lakes Energy Institute.
Explores energy, thermal management of electronics and computational fluid dynamics
Application of advanced surface analysis methods for materials characterization and research.
Recruits the next generation of diverse Engineering/STEM graduate level top talent.
Lead laser diagnostics and combustion code validation task, supported by the Transformational Tools Technologies (TTT)
Develops algorithms for transforming "big" biological data into systems biology knowledge
Manages operations team at think[box].
Develops, implements and manages procedures for the administration and operation of the Office of the Chair for the Department of Materials Science & Engineering
Senior Vice President, JLL Managing the installation of a 2.8 MW Cogeneration facility for HOST Hotels & Resorts and various Fuel Cell installations for JPMC
Laura works directly with the chair, faculty and staff in the preparation and submission of appointment forms and visa applications for the Computer & Data Sciences and Electrical, Computer & Systems Engineering Departments. She collaborates closely with outside departments including HR Engineering, HR Immigration, and the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusive Engagement. She further manages the faculty search process and assists with general administrative department responsibilities.
AI/ML Acceleration on Heterogeneous Platforms; Parallel Computing; Reconfigurable Computing; Combinatorial Optimization
Develops first-principles molecular-scale theories of chemical processes and materials properties
Develops a unified theory for plastic deformation via slip and deformation twinning
Develops lab-on-a-chip devices for critical health challenges in cancer, global health, and biological modeling
Supports technology development for research projects within the Department of Biomedical Engineering
Designs advanced electrochemical systems and processes
Electronics and Micro/Nano systems systems
Develops robotic systems systems
Researches material reliability for biomedical and structural applications, advanced materials manufacturing and processing/microstructure/property relationships. Hybrid Autonomous Manufacturing.
Develops theoretical models of computation and representation in sensory coding and perception
Investigates big data computing and analytics, security and privacy, and their applications in complex systems and networks
Develops computational approaches and software tools for genomics, bioinformatics and systems biology, and creates computational solutions for big data analytics
As associate professor of biomedical engineering and computer data science, Li focuses on AI in medical imaging.
Designs and improves resilient buildings and infrastructure
New! Immediate positions for post-doc and Ph.D. students in the following areas: Probabilistic analysis, structural and systems reliability, multi-hazard assessment and mitigation, risk-informed decision making, optimization, vulnerability modeling, resilience quantification, resilient and sustainable civil infrastructure systems, earthquake engineering, wind engineering, impact of climate change and adaptation strategies. Those interested should email Dr. Li a cover letter stating qualifications, relevant experience and research interests, CV, and transcripts.
Creates computational models of combustion, fire and fire behavior and develops fire-resistant structures
Algorithms and cloud robotics.
Researches nonlinear control, time-delay systems, adaptive control, stochastic stability/control with applications to renewable energy, power systems and smart grid.
Provides comprehensive professional and fundraising support to the Office of Development and External Relations at the Case School of Engineering
Develops chemical and biomedical sensors for single-use, cost-effective measurements
Develop real-time data analytics and control algorithms for industrial, energy and physiological systems
Investigates novel MRI contrast agents, molecular imaging, drug delivery and therapeutics for retinal diseases
Develops and translates computational imaging, AI and machine learning approaches for precision-medicine diagnosis, prognosis, treatment response and prediction
Supports the SDLE Research Center by coordinating student researcher personnel, managing the core facility, and performing other financial and administrative tasks
Develops multi-scale, complex polymer-based materials, using both experimental and computational-based tools
Focusing on sensor medicine: using bio-sensors to refine treatment and restore lost function.
Designs & develops models for industrial, operations, production/manufacturing systems, asymmetric risk analysis & predictions, decision making/behaviour types, artificial neural networks, interactive models, and multiple objective optimization.
Provides clerical and administrative assistance to the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Designs and implements comprehensive development and fundraising strategies for the engineering school
Engineering new materials and technologies for industrial applications
Researches integrated circuits and systems, sensor physics, biomedical and bio-inspired electronics, measurement and instrumentation
Maintaining surgical unit, coordinating procedures, training staff on all animal procedures and use of equipment, patient care before during and after procedures
Develops diamond electrodes for electrochemical and neural device applications
Provides academic, material and facilities support for the teaching and research laboratories in the Department of Biomedical Engineering.
Develops process engineering solutions for the manufacturing of new magnetic materials
The development of peripheral nerve interfaces, low-noise neural recording systems, and implantable biotelemetry devices.
Develops new methodologies for material processing, characterizes processing-property relationships, studies high-temperature diffusion and solid-state reactions, fosters industry-university relationships
Engineers the next generation of neuromodulation technology
Leads efforts to develop and grow partnerships at Sears think[box]
Project Manager for FES studies
Develops, implements and manages procedures for the administration and operation of the Office of the Chair for the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Susan supports the administrative functions of the DELPP and services students, faculty, staff and campus visitors.
Creates next-generation, integrated instruments for neural engineering and point-of-care (POC) health diagnostics
Processes IT equipment orders and oversees the management of computers.
Supports energy-related research teams on campus through administrative and program support. Kasandra serves as the Project Manager for the DOE EFRC Breakthrough Electrolytes for Energy Storage and Systems (BEES2) and NSF Predictive Intelligence for Pandemic Preparedness (PIPP) research teams.
Designs intelligent robots, machines and software for diverse applications
Conducting Sickle Cell Anemia Disease research in the Case Biomanufacturing and Microfabrication Laboratory (BML) in the Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Department.
My research involves applications of robotics and control engineering in the areas of intelligent robotic surgical assistants for autonomous surgical manipulation tasks. Specifically, I focus on developing software to enable visually-guided control of the surgical robotic systems to perform low-level manipulation tasks autonomously. I have a strong interest in Algorithm Development, Human Machine Interactions on Surgical Robotics as well as Data Sciences on Medical Applications.
Designs and develops hardware and software for embedded systems and IoT devices
Leads development and engagement with alumni, friends, industry and foundations
Develops and clinically deploys implantable electronic stimulators to restore movement for patients with paralysis
Optimizes semiconductors, electron microscopy, mechanisms of twinning and metal-ceramic interfaces
Develops techniques to assess and improve the reliability and securty of software systems and applications
Examines performance of structural systems and components subjected to loading and develops design approaches for resilience and sustainability
I am focused on developing technologies that provide more accurate assessments of motor function for individuals with neurological injury, and using that to drive clinical decision support systems that aid clinicians in identifying the right treatment and the right time to maximize recovery.
Develops neural and mechanical models of animals and uses data to design and control robots and exoskeletons
Investigates solutions to improve Internet performance, scalability and security
Machine and medical device design
Develops and analyzes algorithms for intelligent adaptive systems
Develops biomolecular platforms to control solid-liquid interfaces and enable a new generation of advanced technologies
Engineers environmental water, wastewater and energy processes using biotechnology
Advances the long-term performance of implants and structural bone allografts through material analysis and characterization
Investigates catalysis with soft materials: catalytic surfactants and polymers; complex macromolecular architectures for bio-inspired catalysis; and ligand-mediated nanocatalysis
Provides support for students and faculty participating in multi-disciplinary team-based design projects which focus on advancing the public good through partnerships between local, regional, and global communities and Case Western Reserve University.
Develops biomedical optics technology for applications in biomedical research and health care improvement
Develops and implements department procedures for administrative processes and account management.
Sal works directly with CSE faculty and staff as it relates to grant proposal submissions, budget development, forecasting, purchasing, award modifications, financial reporting, project closeout, tracking of expenses, and ensuring compliance with post award management for multiple Federal and State agencies, industrial and non-profit funding agencies.
Models and simulates digital systems, and verifies integrated circuit designs
Develops computational models of transport and metabolic processes with applications in drug delivery and tissue engineering
Develops high-performance electrochemical energy conversion and storage technologies through fundamental and applied studies of interfacial and transport processes
Develops bio-based, flame-retarded plastics, polymer aerogels and packaging materials; and studies properties of polyesters
Researches turbulent and unsteady flows from low-speed to hypersonic using advanced imaging methods
Advocates for Sears think[box] as an educational and innovation resource
Develops new materials through exploitation of interfaces to control functionality and exploration of multi-functionality for energy-related applications
Dedicated computer technician for the School of Engineering
Applies tissue engineering to study human biology and improve human health
Serves as the Program Manager for SDLE. His responsibilities encompass research award management, routinely conducting outreach spanning from undergraduate to Postdoctoral scholars, overseeing and facilitating the success of the Northstar program within SDLE, and ensuring the implementation of continuous process improvements within the research center.
My current and future research interests are multi-disciplinary and lie at the intersections of soft matter, fluid dynamics, rheology, and tribology and integrates rigorous discrete particle simulations with hydrodynamics to study the particle-laden flows.
Manages pre- and post-award sponsored-research grants for the chemical engineering, materials science and engineering, and macromolecular science and engineering departments.
Provides support to the Dean of the Case School of Engineering as well as other Dean's office senior staff as needed.
Manages the pre- and post-award sponsored-research activities for the Department of Biomedical Engineering.
I will continue to work in the Complex Systems Biology area with a thrust on Mammalian Cancer Biology.
Supports the SDLE Research Center's mission of critical materials and applied data science research by overseeing center administration, award management, and development, serving as Managing Director for SDLE as well as the Center of Excellence for Materials Data Science for Stockpile Stewardship (MDS^3) and the Center for Materials Data Science for Reliability and Degradation (MDS-Rely). Jonathan also serves as the Program Manager for ThinkEnergy Fellows, the University's premier student energy entrepreneurship program.
Develops, implements and manages procedures for the administration and operation of the Office of the Chair for the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.
Solving energy and environmental geotechnics problems through the lens of theoretical and computational poromechanics.
Leads the academic team for both the Civil Engineering and the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering departments
Develops fire safety technologies and investigates combustion phenomena for practical applications
Oversees overall IT operations for the School of Engineering.
Uses engineering approaches to understand biological sensation and navigation, and leverages biological understanding to develop novel engineered autonomous systems.
Researches the effect of gravity on combustion and flammability of solid materials with applications in space exploration
Develops neuroinformatics techniques for applications in brain tumors and neurological disorders
Provides engineering support for the Materials Science & Engineering Department, Advanced Manufacturing and Mechanical Reliability Center, AMMRC, and the Solar Durability and Lifetime Extension Center, SDLE.
Creates and evaluates assistive and restorative technologies to improve health and mobility of individuals with paralysis and limb loss
Creates advanced prosthetic systems and neurological interfaces to restore and enhance sensation and function in people
Handles student affairs for Departments of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Civil and Environmental Engineering.
develops novel medical image analysis and machine learning tools for targeting and evaluating interventions
Maria serves as the financial and administrative manager for her assigned portfolio of research grants and contracts over both pre-award and post-award cycles within the departments of Computer & Data Sciences (CDS) and Electrical, Computer & Systems Engineering (ECSE). This follows the full lifecycle of grants from the time of proposal submission through agency funding period, project performance period, and final project closeout.
Develops novel waveforms and electrodes for downregulation of the nervous system for clinical applications including peripheral, autonomic and pain
Develops novel electrochemical systems for grid-level energy conversion and storage
Develops imaging agent for detection and photodynamic therapy of cancer cells and tissue that would allow the surgeon to decide in real time how aggressive the surgical intervention need be.
Leverage advanced network technologies to enhance data center system performance and security; optimize distributed machine learning system performance and investigate deep learning model security and privacy concerns.
Develops cancer therapies and molecular image probes for cancer diagnosis
Develops computational models of interfacial chemical reactions relevant to applications in catalysis and energy storage
Plans, maintains and implements both virtual and hardware solutions to the wide range of needs within the engineering school
Develops new processing methods and designs for energy storage and optimized materials
Investigates phase transformations and materials processing, especially their impact on structure and properties of materials
I use image processing and machine/deep learning on biomedical images to advance health.
We're focused on colloids that are anisotropic, away from equilibrium, or in crowded environments, all of which are relevant to coatings, the production of multiphase materials, and the understanding of synthetic and biological active colloids.
Develops advanced polymers for packaging, biomaterial applications and more.
Maintains the Department of Biomedical Engineering’s facilities and processes purchases for the academic team.
Devise, design, and develop novel data management and analysis techniques and tools to support data and knowledge management and exploration.
My research interest lies in theoretical computer science, with a focus on designing efficient algorithms and Fourier analysis of Boolean functions. I am also interested in developing quantitative portfolios for hedge funds by adhering to mathematical and statistical methods.
I also have a strong passion for quantum computing and quantum information.
Build data-driven models of complex systems that allow us to understand how they behave and potentially predict how they may change in the future. I am particularly interested in interdisciplinary research with wide societal impact, and I have collaborated with researchers in sociology, psychology, and the health sciences.
Multiscale multiphysics processes in geosystems and infrastructure, interdisciplinary innovations in intelligent infrastructure technologies towards resilience and sustainability.
Researches design, manufacturing and sustainability science of lithium ion batteries, solar cells and nanotechnologies.
Develops geotechnical solutions for earthquake design, space exploration, wind turbines and vibration attenuation
Examines fate and transformation of environmental contaminants in natural and engineered environments and develops advanced water/wastewater treatment technologies
Develops high-energy and high-performance polymers based on close relationships among structure, property and processing
Develops materials and processing techniques for microsystems, especially for challenging applications