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Research Funding

Applied research and exemplary teaching are the hallmarks of mutually enriching activities that foster scholarship for students and faculty and economic development for the region. The faculty encourages collaboration across departments and disciplines for interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research.

The key research areas being explored in the ITEC Department include:

  • Materials Engineering and Processing
  • Nanocomposites and Polymer Composites Manufacturing & Process Development
  • Processing- microstructure-property relations in engineering materials
  • Design & Manufacturing, CAD/CAM
  • Automated Electronic Instrumentation and Data Collection
  • Small Computer Networks
  • Integrated Systems and Design of Smart Systems
  • Enhancement of the Microprocessor Control System Technology
  • Design of Microprocessors-based Systems
  • Intelligent Microcontrollers
  • Analysis of Nonlinear Dynamics of Complex Systems Including Chaos and Neural Networks
  • Automation and Robotics Control
  • Environmental and Alternative Energy
  • Control and Reliability of Electrical Devices