Faculty Research Interests

Faculty Research Interests

  • Design and application of embedded Microcontroller Systems
  • Design and application of virtual microcontroller laboratories
  • Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
  • Responsive Web Design (RWD)
  • User Experience Enhancement
  • Behavioral Profiling of Consumers of Online Child Pornography
  • Cyber Adversarial Predictive Modelling
  • IT Insider Threats
  • Computer Forensics
  • Psychological Crime Scene Analysis
  • Applied forensic behavioral analysis
  • Philosophy of Science: Scientific evolutions
  • Technology innovations in Air Vehicle Maintenance and Aerospace Advanced Manufacturing
  • Safety Management Systems and Threat Management for Aviation Operations
  • Lead faculty: Hangar of the Future Research Laboratory
  • Enhancing visualization skills, Online Learning, Concept Inventory for Engineering Graphics, and Creative Thinking
  • Operations Management related to ID
  • Inventory Management
  • e-Commerce
  • Logistics
  • Project management
  • Problem-based learning
  • Course and curriculum development
  • Demolition & Reconstruction Management
  • Housing & Land Development
  • Emerging Technologies in Construction Management Education
  • Demolition & Reconstruction Material Reuse & Recycling
  • Advanced Technologies for Reconstruction Planning and Management
  • Application of Action Research for Construction Company Level Research
  • Sustainable Practices for Housing Construction
  • Remote Building and Product Sensor data links for Building Information Management (BIM), material management, and facilities management
  • Industrial Energy Efficiency and Hydrogen Energy Technologies
  • Animation and time based 3D computer graphics
  • Pre and post-production issues in CGI and cinematography
  • Development of synthetic actors and environments
  • Graphic technology assessment for cinematography
  • Interactive game design and development
  • Digital compositing and special effects
  • Energy Systems
  • Robotics
  • Controls

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