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The Wright State University College of Engineering and Computer Science focuses on seven areas of research.

Computing and Semantics

Wireless systems, cybersecurity, bioinformatics and data mining, and virtual reality.

Electronics and Sensors

Controls and robotics, microwave, signal and image processing, and sensors.

Engineering Education

Improving engineering mathematics education and classroom scale-up.

Health and Human Systems

Improving health care through optimized systems, imaging, interaction, ergonomics, and neuroengineering.

Innovative and Disruptive Technologies

Renewable energy, unmanned aerial vehicles, robotics, nanosystems, and cloud computing.

Materials and Structures

Ceramics, graphene, thermodynamics, surface engineering, and aircraft and automotive structures.

Product Design, Manufacturing, and Supply Chain

Making products more reliable, laser processing, additives manufacturing, and warehousing.

College of Engineering and Computer Science Research News

Apr 30, 2014
Wright State will mark a milestone in the construction of the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building with a toping out ceremony May 2.
Apr 29, 2014
Low-cost digital X-ray receptor earns Wright State engineering students top honors at the national health technologies competition.
Apr 11, 2014
More than 100 poster and oral presentations by Wright State University student researchers were delivered April 11 during the annual Celebration of Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities.
Apr 3, 2014
A $2 million research grant from the Air Force Research Laboratory is the latest win for Wright State’s Center for Sensor Exploitation.
Mar 13, 2014
Wright State medical researcher Caroline Cao is investigating how to improve the use of surgical robotics in abdominal surgery.
Mar 10, 2014
Wright State University’s annual Campus Scholarship and Innovation Campaign will launch with a takeoff event on March 10 at 2 p.m. in the Student Union Endeavour Room.
Feb 27, 2014
Defense Forum examines future of unmanned aerial systems and aerospace industries in the the Dayton region.
Feb 25, 2014
Computer science and engineering professor Travis Doom has pioneered Student Centered Active Learning Environment, or SCALE-UP, an innovative classroom environment.
Feb 20, 2014
Govind Bharwani, Ph.D., co-director of ergonomics and Alzheimer’s care in the College of Engineering and Computer Science and director of Nursing Ergonomics and Alzheimer’s Care at the Nursing Institute of West Central Ohio, received the American College of Health Care …
Nov 22, 2013
Pramod Anantharam recognizes the uniqueness of his opportunities. His professors recognize the uniqueness of his potential.