Research Centers & Labs
Director: Qiang Ji
The Intelligent Systems Lab performs research in computer vision, machine learning with probabilistic graphical models, and their applications.
Director: Rich Radke
We focus on video processing and computer vision problems in diverse applications including biomedicine, radation therapy, homeland security, smart lighting, and three-dimensional data processing.
Director: Michael Shur
The center mission is performing advanced research in collaboration with industry, provide knowledge base for electronics and nanoelectronics science and technology, develop electronics and photonics in support of communication systems, and educate the new generation of engineers, scientists, and technologists.
Directors: Ishwara Bhat, Rajendra Dahal
We conduct research on the deposition of electronic materials in thin film form for use in advanced solid state devices such as infrared (IR) detectors, neutron detectors and high power and high
voltage semiconductor power devices. Materials of interest include silicon carbide for high voltage power devices, hexagonal boron nitride for neutron detectors, cadmium telluride, zinc telluride and related materials for solar cells and IR detectors.
Professor E. Fred Schubert
In the Semiconductor Devices Research Laboratory, directed by Professor E. Fred Schubert, we conduct research on semiconductor materials and devices. Materials research includes, for example, the doping of semiconductors, the radiative efficiency of lightLemitting active regions, and the antiLreflective properties of thinLfilm coatings. Device research includes, for example, the characteristics of lightLemitting diodes and laser diodes, strategies for efficient light extraction, and the efficiency of photovoltaic solar cells. Analysis methods employed in the Semiconductor Devices Research Laboratory include experimental techniques, analytic theoretical techniques, as well as numerical simulation techniques.