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College of Architecture
Texas Tech University
Mail Stop 42091
Lubbock, Texas 79409
Phone 806-742-3136
Email: architecture@ttu.edu

List of our collaborators (in process):

Dr. Rivero, Iris; Associate Professor, Industrial Engineering
Iris has wide expertise in composite engineering and in bio-medicine applications;

Bae, Sangwook; Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Sangwook's expertise is in engineering construction on fiber reinforced structures, which is expected to guide the three dimensional shaping of the adaptive materials components in order to give them additional strength. He will further contribute to the research in his expertise on structural engineering with a focus on the structural performance evaluation as well as the material characterization of the smart materials

Parameswaran, Siva; Ph.D., DIC, Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Director CFD Lab
expertise in Computational Fluid Dynamics and Numerical Heat Transfer will facilitate to model the temperature and humidity (comfort level) distribution inside any building or space

Louisa Hope-Weeks, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Louisa researches in material science and potential applications for non-oxide aerogels; She is working on a methodology to improve luminescence efficiency and expanding the development of new organometallic energetic materials.

Rice, Jennifer; Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Jennifer has expertise in flexible smart sensing networks, will allow to explore and monitor the performance of the building components from the envelope scale up to building and urban network cluster.

Dr. Magdalena Toda, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. Her research area is Differential Geometry, with a special emphasis on Partial Differential Equations and their geometric solutions. She has studied surfaces with special properties in different space forms, such as Euclidean 3-space, hyperbolic space, Lorenz 3-space.

Dr. Jerry Dwyer, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Jerry has extensive expertise as an applied mathematician, he has developed numerous program codes related to surface development. He consults on the development of the software and associated teaching strategies. He worked for many years in computaional mechanics related to fracture, composite materials and glaciology.

Dr. Jeffrey Lee, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
He is a researcher in the field of differential geometry and the author of a graduate level textbook on the subject. Dr. Lee has experience in the teaching of computational differential geometry and applies the relevant software (Rhine, Maya, Maple).

Dr. Eugenio Aulisa, Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Eugenio offers extensive expertise in Energetic, Nuclear and Environmental Control Engineering. His primary research intersets are Computational Fluid Mechanics, finite element methods, multigrid solvers, non-linear flows in porous media and Fluid-Structure Interaction problems.

Eric Hequet, Ph.D., Associate Professor (PSS),Department of Plant and Soil Science
Eric is the Associate Director in the Fiber and Biopolymer Research Institute (FBRI),and has renowned expertise in the measurement of cotton fiber properties and contaminants, including the impacts of these on textile processing performance.

Christian Nansen, Ph.D., Assistant Professor (PSS),Department of Plant and Soil Science
Christian is Assistant Professor of Small Grains Entomology with joint appointment with Texas AgriLife Research. His research involves the concept of early-detection of emerging insect pest populations.

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