Research News
Birol Dindoruk, Ph.D., the American Association of Drilling Engineers Endowed Professor in the Petroleum Engineering Department at the Cullen College of Engineering, has developed an online calculator for minimum miscibility pressure (MMP), which has already received more than 13,500 visits since being brought online in May. MMP calculator developed by Petro's Dindoruk already in high use
September 9, 2021
Birol Dindoruk, Ph.D., the American Association of Drilling Engineers Endowed Professor in the Petroleum Engineering Department at the Cullen College of Engineering, has developed… Read More
Researchers from the Cullen College of Engineering, including doctoral student Hamid Fekri Azgomi, are exploring ways to automate the administration of medicine for patients suffering from Cushing's syndrome, with a proposal establishing architecture for that recently published in Frontiers in Neuroscience. Paper from CML outlines new Approach for Management of Cushing's disease
September 7, 2021
Researchers from the Cullen College of Engineering are exploring ways to automate the administration of medicine for patients suffering from Cushing's syndrome, with a proposal… Read More
Nuri Firat Ince, an Associate Professor in the Biomedical Engineering Department at the Cullen College of Engineering, has earned a $983,513 grant from the NSF for his research into neuroengineering. Ince earns NSF grant to continue research on neural hand networking
September 3, 2021
Simple, everyday activities that people seldom put thought into – opening a door, cradling an egg, picking up a coffee cup – actually rely on complex interactions between your… Read More
Mohammad Reza Abidian, associate professor of biomedical engineering at the University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering, has announced a breakthrough with the development of an electrochemical actuator. Actuator Discovery By Cullen BME Outperforms Existing Technology
September 3, 2021
University of Houston researchers are reporting a breakthrough in the field of materials science and engineering with the development of an electrochemical actuator that uses… Read More
A new paper from Taewoo Lee, an Assistant Professor of the Industrial Engineering Department at the Cullen College of Engineering, examines the decision-making preferences using past decision data, using a novel, data-driven inverse optimization method. Lee's research focuses on Decision-Making preferences
August 9, 2021
A new paper from Taewoo Lee, an Assistant Professor of the Industrial Engineering Department at the Cullen College of Engineering, examines the decision-making preferences using… Read More
Acrylonitrile is the feedstock used to make carbon fiber, which is used in the manufacturing of an array of products, from vehicles and performance sports equipment to wind turbine blades and electronics. Grabow engineering dynamic solutions for carbon fiber market
July 16, 2021
Lars Grabow's Research to Bring Chemical Production and Manufacturing Together Could Revolutionize Numerous Chemical Processes You may know little to nothing about the carbon… Read More
Schematic of a biaxially stretched kirigami sheet. Using the Ancient Art of Kirigami to Make an Eyeball-like Camera
June 28, 2021
Cunjiang Yu, Ph.D., Bill D. Cook Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Houston, is reporting the development of a camera with a curvy, adaptable… Read More
Kosar Mozaffari, a graduate student at the Cullen College of Engineering, is lead author for a new paper on flexoelectricity, along with Pradeep Sharma of Mechanical Engineering and Matthew Grasinger of the Air Force Research Lab. The Powerhouse Future Is Flexoelectric
June 2, 2021
“Giant Flexoelectricity” Breakthrough in Soft Elastomers Paves Way for Improved Robots and Self-Powered Pacemakers What do the following have in common: a self-powered implanted… Read More
A new paper from Rose Faghih, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Director of the Computational Medicine Laboratory, and her doctoral student Rafiul Amin describes how they have developed a novel inference engine to obtain brain information from raw electrodermal activity (EDA) recordings, eradicating previous challenges from earlier methods. New research method from Faghih, Amin allows more reliable brain information inference using electrodermal activity
May 13, 2021
A new paper from Rose Faghih, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Director of the Computational Medicine Laboratory, and her doctoral student… Read More
Peter Vekilov, Moores Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Houston, is examining why the two drugs that most often cure malaria can also fail because they tend to fight each other. Examining the One-Two Punch of Malaria Drugs
May 5, 2021
When a mosquito begins to nibble on you, it is not merely feeding on your blood, it is also injecting its saliva into your skin. If that saliva happens to be full of parasites… Read More