Engineering and numerical analysis, reactor analysis, computer
Luisa Amelia Dempere received her Ph.D. in Materials Science from the University of Florida. After receiving her doctorate, she was appointed as the Director of the Major Analytical Instrumentation Center (MAIC). She has been the director of MAIC for the last 14 years, and in 2012 she became also the director of the Particle Analysis Instrumentation Center (PAIC).…
Advanced space power and propulsion reactor systems, energy
conversion, advanced terrestrial nuclear power reactors, reactor
operations and safety.
Cellular and molecular bioengineering, biomolecular cell mechanics, mathematical biology.
Neural mechanisms of perception and motor behavior (using both experimental and modeling approaches), neuronal oscillations and attentional control, information processing in the brain, development of advanced signal processing methods for the analysis of nonstationary, multivariate neurobiological data, mathematical analysis of oscillatory neural networks, behavior and brain analysis of sensorimotor coordination, first passage time problems in stochastic processes, theory of nonlinear dynamical systems
Adaptive nonlinear control, robotics, human-machine interactions, biomedical, visual servo control
Databases, Data-mining, Machine Learning, Approximate Query Processing, Randomized Algorithms, Classification and Regression.
Structure-property-processing relationships of multiphase polymers, liquid crystalline polymers and thermosets, magnetic field processing of polymers, ionomers.
Irrigation efficiency and water quantity, irrigation and drainage impact on water quality.