Research Focus On

  • Dr. Mohammed Baalousha, University of South Carolina, “NSF CAREER: Detection and quantification of metal-based engineered nanoparticles in surface waters ”
  • Dr. Diana Boyer, Winthrop University, Funded by NSF Collaborative Research, "RUI: A High resolution Paleontological, Ichnological, and Chemostratigraphic Study of Late Devonian Mass Extinctions"
  • Dr. Jesse Dean, Medical University of South Carolina, Funded by NSF CBET, "Development of a Novel Rehabilitation Device for the Improvement of Gait Stability"
  • Dr. Sandra Eksioglu, Clemson University, Funded by NSF CAREER, "Models for Supply Chain Design and Logistics Management of Biofuels"
  • Dr. Stephen Foulger, Clemson University, Funded by NSF EPSCoR R-II Track-2, "The Creation of Next-Generation Tools for Neuroscience - Noninvasive Radioluminescence Approaches to Optogenetics"
  • Dr. Prakash Kara, Medical University of South Carolina, Funded by NSF EPSCoR RII Track-2, "Bridging Cognitive Science and Neuroscience Using Innovative Imaging Technologies"
  • Dr. Chen Li, University of South Carolina, Funded by NASA EPSCoR, "Explore a Unified, Ultra-efficient, and Gravity-insensitive Flow Boiling Pattern for Space Missions (NNX14AN07A)"
  • Dr. Ashok Mishra, Clemson University, Funded by NSF CAREER, "Quantifying drought and vulnerability indicators for water security in a changing environment"
  • Dr. Eric Montie, USC Beaufort, Funded by USC ASPIRE II, "Building a USC Interdisciplinary Team to Study the Impacts of Anthropogenic Noise on the Behavior of Marine Organisms" and SC Aquarium subaward
  • Dr. Brian Powell, Clemson University, Funded by DOE EPSCoR, "Radionuclide Waste Disposal: Development of Multi-scale Experimental and Modeling Capabilities"
  • Dr. Susan Richardson, University of South Carolina, Funded by NSF Collaborative Research, "Impacts of Energy Extraction and Coal-Fired Power Plants on Disinfection By-Product Formation in Water"
  • Dr. Natalia Shustova, University of South Carolina, Funded by NSF CAREER, "Well-Defined Hybrid Materials as a Versatile Tool to Study Energy Transfer Processes"
  • Dr. Raymond Torres, University of South Carolina, Funded by NASA EPSCoR, "Temporal and Spatial Variability of Floodplain Currents by In-Situ Observations, Radar Interferometry and Numerical Simulations"
  • Dr. Yue Wang, Clemson, Funded by NSF CAREER, "Cooperative Control and Decision-Making for Human-Agent Collaborative Teams"
  • Dr. Yanwen Wu, University of South Carolina, Funded by NSF CAREER, "An all-optical plasmonic device to control and couple quantum dots for optical and quantum information processing"