Research at Stevens Institute of Technology
Advancing Science, Engineering the Future
Research in Engineering and Science at Stevens is propelled by internationally renowned faculty, laboratories, research centers, shared facilities and strategic placement along the NY/NJ port system. Stevens is the region's premiere university for a range of disciplines, and its researchers are defining the future of engineering with groundbreaking innovations in diverse areas of application including Nanotechnology & Multi-scale Systems, Secure Systems, Maritime Technology and Ocean Engineering. Strategic initiatives and partnerships nationwide give faculty and students a wealth of opportunities to contribute to nationally critical advances in cybersecurity, information assurance, biomedicine, pharmaceutical manufacturing, wireless communications, naval architecture, environmental studies and much more.
The National Center for Secure & Resilient Maritime Commerce (CSR) is a Department of Homeland Security National Center of Excellence. It seeks to provide for the safe and secure use of our nation's maritime domain (including island and extreme environments, and inland waterways), and a resilient Maritime Transportation System (MTS), through advancement of the relevant sciences and development of the new workforce.
The Center for the Advancement of Secure Systems and Information Assurance (CASSIA) is a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education and National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Research. The mission of the center is to foster collaboration and act as a catalyst for research, education, and entrepreneurship in information assurance and cybersecurity. Please contact Dr. Susanne Wetzel for more information.
The Atlantic Center for the Innovative Design and Control of Small Ships (ACCeSS) seeks to establish a cohesive center involving all engineering disciplines within the context of the total ship system architecture to facilitate the knowledge development, educational changes, and discipline integration required for true innovation. ACCeSS further looks to use this unique education and research environment in the recruiting, training and long-term career development of the best and brightest young engineers in the U.S.
Two Shared Facilities:
Shared Facilities at Stevens are open to the Stevens community as well as outside investigators who wish to conduct research with state-of-the-art instrumentation in a convenient location:
The Laboratory for Multiscale Imaging (LMSI) houses instrumentation that provides imaging capabilities to study both synthetic and biological materials from macroscopic to microscopic length scale.
The MicroDevice Laboratory (MDL) explores military systems applications of emerging nanotechnologies that include: nanoelectronics, nanophotonics, micro/nano sensors and actuators, microchemical systems, nanoenergetics, and nanoscale energy harvesting.
Engineering and Science faculty address the world's critical needs in technology, whether for health, energy, security, communications, or defense. Areas of focus fall into two categories: Multiscale and Nanotechnology, and Security.
Multiscale and Nanotechnology Research Faculty
Chemical Engineering & Materials Science
|Ronald Besser||Henry Du||Dilhan Kalyon|
|Adeniyi Lawal||Woo Lee||Matthew Libera|
Chemistry, Chemical Biology & Biomedical Engineering
|Chandima Abeywickrama||Athula Attygalle||Joseph Glavy|
|Philip Leopold||Jun F. Liang||Carrie Perlman|
|Arthur Ritter||Svetlana Sukhishvili||Hongjun Wang|
Civil, Environmental and Ocean Engineering
|Washington Braida||Christos Christodoulatos||Dimitri Donskoy|
|George Korfiatis||Xiaoguang Meng||Alexander Sutin|
|David Vaccari||Xi Xu|
|David Cappelleri||Constantin Chassapis||Chang-Hwan Choi|
|Sven Esche||Frank Fisher||Hamid Hadim|
|Souran Manoochehri||Kishore Pochiraju||Yong Shi|
Physics and Engineering Physics
|Norman Horing||Svetlana Malinovskaya||Rainer Martini|
|Christopher Search||Knut Stamnes||Stefan Strauf|
|Edward Whittaker||Ting Yu|
Security Research Faculty
Civil, Environmental and Ocean Engineering
|Alan Blumberg||Michael Bruno||Barry Bunin|
|Raju Datla||Thomas Herrington||Len Imas|
|Julie Pullen||Alexander Sutin||Thomas Wakeman III|
|Adriana Compagnoni||Sven Dietrich||Daniel Duchamp|
|Dominic Duggan||George Kamberov||Philippos Mordohai|
|David Naumann||Antonio Nicolosi||Wendy Wang|
Electrical and Computer Engineering
|Barry Bunin||Rajarathnam Chandramouli||Yingying Chen|
|Cristina Comaniciu||Yi Guo||Victor Lawrence|
|Hongbin Li||Hong Man||Yan Meng|
|K. Subbalakshmi||Yu-Dong Yao|
|Darinka Dentcheva||Ionut Florescu||Robert Gilman|
Interdisciplinary Engineering & Science Research Worldwide
The School of Engineering & Science is home to a spectrum of collaborative research programs through research at Stevens as well as worldwide partnerships. While encouraging strong individual faculty research, the School has a number of research focus areas that bring groups of faculty and students together to address major topics of importance to the nation and the world at large. Research Centers and Laboratories at the School seek innovative solutions to address the challenges of science and engineering today.