Dr. Curtis R. Taylor is the Associate Dean for Student Affairs for the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering and Associate Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Florida (UF). He received his B.S. degree (1998) in mechanical engineering from the University of Maryland, and his M.S. (2002) and Ph.D. (2005) as a National Science Foundation (NSF) Integrated Graduate Education, Research, and Training (IGERT) Fellow in physics (microelectronics-photonics) from the University of Arkansas.…
Requirements engineering, testing and reliability, software engineering education and technology transfer.
Wave mechanics, coastal hydrodynamics, surf zone processes.
Geotechnical centrifugal testing, construction, construction
management, public works, civil engineering materials.
Solid state electronics and nano-technology.
Concrete and asphalt materials, concrete and asphalt pavements,
Laboratory testing, centrifugal modeling, soil mechanics and
Biomedical engineering, rheology, fluid mechanics.
I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) at the University of Florida. My research focuses on the security of mobile systems, with a concentration on telecommunications infrastructure and mobile devices. My research has uncovered critical vulnerabilities in cellular networks, made the first characterization of mobile malware in provider networks and offers a robust approach to detecting and combatting Caller-ID scams.…
His teaching and research focuses on manufacturing management, lean manufacturing, integrated product and process design, emergency management, reverse logistics, and supply chain and operations planning in electronics global services industries.
Nuclear fuel cycle, radioactive wastes, reactor analysis, engineering application of radioisotopes, robotics, intelligent databases, system analysis.
Fluid dynamics, turbulence, low-order modeling and aeroacoustics.
Lightning, atmospheric electricity, electromagnetics.
Algorithms, computational geometry, mesh generation, scientific computing, and computational biology.
His research and teaching interests are in the areas of stochastic optimization, risk management, financial engineering and military operations research.
Physical oceanography, observations and numerical modeling of estuarine and coastal hydrodynamic processes, estuary-ocean exchange, competition between buoyancy and mixing.
Influence of microdomains on diffusion in biomembranes, transport in porous materials with hierarchy of pore sizes, transport-optimized catalysis and separations.
Medical imaging, computer vision & image processing, computer graphics and visualization, statistical learning and applied mathematics.
Reactor safety, power and non-power reactor operations and
systems design and probabilistic safety assessment, criticality
analysis, neutron activation analysis.