Numerical and computational methods, applied mathematics, statistical quality control.
Urban water resources and nonpoint source pollution, watershed modeling, and the use of climate information in water resource, agricultural, and ecological management, planning, and decision making.
Forrest Masters, Ph.D., P.E., is a Professor of Civil and Coastal Engineering in the Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure & Environment at the University of Florida. His research primarily focuses on hurricane effects on the built environment. Dr. Masters has conducted field experiments in 36 named storms, including recent Category 4 storms Harvey and Laura and Category 5 Michael.…
Advisement, counseling, coordination of programs to enhance recruitment and retention.
Water treatment, sorption on activated carbon.
Biosensor design and development; Cell/tissue physiology; bioenergetics
Wireless and mobile networking, resource management, quality of service, next generation internet, 3G and 4G wireless communication systems.
Soil-structure interaction, theoretical soil mechanics, numerical
methods in geotechnical engineering, flow through porous media.
Fracture of brittle materials, fractography, fractal analysis of fracture, laminate composites.
Coastal and estuarine hydrodynamics, sediment transport.
Two-phase flow, computational fluid dynamics.
Market and organize program activities
Water quality, hydrology, stakeholder driven projects, modeling and GIS applications.
Design automation for embedded systems, system-level design, validation of programmable architectures, VLSI CAD algorithms, design space exploration of SOC architectures.
Micro/nanoscale transport and nanotechnology for energy science and health applications; nanoengineering of functionalized membranes for energy conversion and storage and filtration/separation applications; heat and mass transfer in micro/nanostructures; microfluidic reactor platforms for fundamental energy research and reaction engineering; portable power