Research Groups in the USA
Here you will find research groups across the USA
Southern Methodist University
The NeuroMechatronics Lab. aims to bridge the gap between current robotic and exoskeleton technologies and the human neuromuscular system. We analyse the human nervous system from a mechatronics perspective and develop technologies that mimic and enhance human motion and sensing. Our main and most important goal is to use these research and technological advances to help people suffering from mobility impairments recover their independence.
University of Texas at Dallas
Materials Science and Engineering
Our research interest is in technology based on thin diamond films with applications in electronics and biomedical devices. We have the ability to grow polycrystalline diamond films in large areas with different grain sizes, from ~ 6 nm to 3000 nm by hot filament CVD and microwave and plasma CVD techniques. Our work is specifically aimed at the development of diamond electrodes to improve the useful life of lithium-ion batteries, diodes and electronic TFT devices, the differentiation of stem cells through diamond scaffolding and prosthesis diamond-based.
University of California, San Diego
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
San Diego, CA
Materials for extreme environments
University of texas rio-grande valley
Brownsville, Edinburg, Harlingen, McAllen, Rio Grande City, South Padre Island, TX
Nanofiber development and Nanoreinforced polymer Composites
University of texas at Arlington
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Research in the Bugarin group focuses on catalytic reaction development with applications in natural product synthesis. Areas of fundamental interest include: the identification of new reactivity patterns, the evolution of related catalytic processes, and the development of new synthetic strategies. Specifically, we are pursuing new chemistry using azides, nucleophilic and electrophilic catalysis via N-heterocyclic carbenes, synergistic catalysis, redox economy, and metal-catalyzed tandem processes.
Texas A&M University
Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering
Corpus Christi, TX
Control Systems, Multi-Agent Systems, Intelligent Systems
The University of texas at dallas
Peripheral Nerve Neuromodulation