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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

Oct 7, 2015
Wright State assistant professor Subhashini Ganapathy receives National Science Foundation grant to improve communication and decision making during a disaster.
Sep 2, 2015
Wright State recognizes select faculty members for excellent work in the classroom, research, community engagement, professional service and early career achievement.
May 12, 2015
Assistant engineering professor Nasser Kashou has turned his biomedical imaging lab into a petri dish that grows student research stars.
Apr 13, 2015
Wright State engineering student Emily Burns puts Air Force engines through computer simulations at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
Apr 13, 2015
Wright State will celebrate the opening on the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building with a ceremony April 16 from 4 to 6 p.m.
Apr 6, 2015
Chilled ceiling beam, anti-vibration floor and a glass facade stripped with energy-saving fins are among the many architectural highlights of Wright State’s new Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building.
Apr 2, 2015
Wright State researchers are testing a propeller blade that could revolutionize wind power by making turbines more powerful, efficient, quieter and less expensive.
Mar 30, 2015
Excerpt Wright State University is readying to open its $37 million Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building, a structure university leaders promise will be a unique hub where neurology, medicine, engineering and computer science will meet. “It’s safe to say there’s no …
Mar 30, 2015
Wright State neuroengineer Sherif Elbasiouny will conduct pioneering prosthesis research in the new Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building.
Mar 26, 2015
Engineering and orthopaedic clinicians and researchers will gather at Wright State for symposium on orthopaedic research and devices.