Details including faculty research interests and department-specific research opportunities are available on the department research webpages.
Chemical & Biological Engineering
Research areas include biofilms, biomedical diagnostics, biofuels and biomass conversion, and specialty materials such as fuel cells and composites.
Research areas include snow science, constructed wetlands, high-strength concrete and other alternative materials, ecohydrualics and fish passage, and geotechnical engineering.
Research areas include a variety of projects involving advanced computing and community outreach. Entities include the Applied Algorithms Laboratory and the Computational Topology and Geometry Group.
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Research areas include optics and remote sensing, micro- and nanofabrication, digital design and intelligent computing, signals and controls, and power and energy.
Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
Research areas include biomechanics, advanced materials such as ceramics and composites, measurement systems including fluid dynamics and magnetic resonance.