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Building Q,
1100 South Marietta Pkwy
Marietta, GA 30060

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Research

Research in the areas of Optical Biosensor, Composite Failure Modes, Design Optimization and High Performance Computing.

Researcher: Dr Mir Atiqullah

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Rheology and viscoelasticity:

Researcher: Dr. Simin Nasseri

Goal:

To investigate the dynamics of droplets in a highly viscous medium and to evaluate the effect of viscosity and temperature on the shape of the droplets.

Main Research Program Areas:

  1. Experimental Analysis
  2. Numerical Simulation

More info on Rheology and viscoelasticity research 

Previous Publications:

Micro-nanotechnology

Researcher: Dr. Simin Nasseri

Goal:

To research, design, simulate and develop new micro - and nano-technology products for the aerospace, medical device, biotechnology, information technology, environmental, micro-electronics, materials and manufacturing industries.

Main Research Program Areas:

1- Micro/Nanoscale Devices

This program focuses on two areas:

  • New micro/nanoscale devices for new product applications

  • New micro/nanoscale devices for improving existing products.

2- Micro/Nanomanufacturing Equipment

This program focuses on two areas:

  • Technologies for scaling up or mass production of micro/nanoscale materials and micro/nanoscale devices

  • Technologies for increasing or improving productivity of micro/nanoscale measurements/metrology.

Patents:

  • Dr. David Addie Noye, USPTO provisional patent no: 60/824,588, Method of Controlling Growth of Carbon Nanotubes, 2006.

  • Dr. David Addie Noye, USPTO provisional patent no: 60/825,956, Method and System for Improving Productivity of Carbon Nanotubes Production, 2006.

  • Dr. David Addie Noye, USPTO provisional patent no: 60/827,706, Multifunctional Material System and Composition Thereof, 2006.

Publications:

 Industry Partners:

 * NanoResearch, Inc (More information on this company)

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Research in the areas of Durability Modeling for High Speed Research, Impact Damage, Durability and Residual Strength of Structural Composites, MEMS, Polyimide Foams, and Multi-Scale Modeling of Advanced Polymer Matrix Composites. Click here to see the list of former projects.

Researcher: Dr David Veazie