Research Opportunities Database
|Title||Number of opportunities||Posted||Last Updated|
|Manufacturing Processes, Material Processing||
Research is in the general areas of metal casting, welding, and heat treatment with emphasis on process control and the interrelationships between processing, properties, and the microstructure of metals and alloys. Most projects are industrially sponsored and include laboratory experimentation. Interdisciplinary research is also being conducted in manufacturing solutions for complex, custom engineered, engineering components.
Mentor: Robert C. Voigt
|2||January 1, 2018||October 29, 2018|
|Marine Ecology and Evolution||
Molecular ecology and evolution research encompasses studies of process on three different time scales - affecting individuals, populations, and species. People in the Baums laboratory test ecological and evolutionary hypotheses concerning all three time scales. We focus on research projects that can contribute to both our basic understanding of ecosystems and have applications in conservation biology.
We have two main focus areas in the lab. We study how shallow water corals may...
Mentor: Iliana Baums
|2 - 6 open positions for spring 2017||January 1, 2018||October 29, 2018|
|Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) Based on Chromium Quadruply Bonded Oxalates||
Our research interests involve the preparation of metal organic framework (MOF) type materials based on metal oxalate compounds having the empirical formula MC2O4, where M = Cr2+ and Mo2+ ions. Metal-metal bonded ions of a number of transition metals (Cr, Mo, W, Re, Rh, and Cu) are know to form an extensive series of diamagnetic compounds having strong metal-metal bonding interactions. It is now well accepted that these interactions represent...
Mentor: William Van Der Sluys
|1||January 14, 2019||January 18, 2019|
|Microscopy Technology in Biological Research||
The Microscopy Center in Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences is a multi-user shared technology facility where a variety of microscopy technique is used to study structures and morphology of cells, tissues, organs, animals and plants. We are looking for a student from bioengineering, biotechnology, or biology to work in an area of optical microscopy, in particular fluorescence microscopy including high-end confocal and high resolution imaging, image process, 3-D analysis. Other tasks may...
Mentor: Greg Ning
|1||August 28, 2018||July 30, 2019|
|MIDUS-National Study of Daily Experiences||
National Study of Daily Experiences (NSDE)is one of the in-depth studies that are part of the MacArthur Foundation National Survey of Midlife in the United States (MIDUS, http://www.midus.wisc.edu/). NSDE is the largest longitudinal diary study of daily experiences and health in the U.S. It's purpose is to investigate the role of behavioral, psychological, and social factors in...
Mentor: David Almeida
|2||May 7, 2019||May 7, 2019|
|Modeling Composition, Aesthetics, and Emotions in Photos and Video||
Understanding of visual composition, aesthetics, and emotions have a range of applications, including information retrieval, mobile photography, and robotics. The James Z. Wang Research Group (email@example.com) initiated this line of research as early as in 2005. They are currently developing advanced technologies for future multimedia information systems, mobile cameras, and robots. Honors students are invited to work on a thesis under this group....
Mentor: James Z. Wang
|up to 3||January 1, 2018||October 29, 2018|
|Moistue Damage of Asphalt Concrete||
Damage to asphalt pavements due to water intrusion and aggregate stripping is a still a problem that needs attention and research. The research will identify lab test procedures that will be suitable to identify quality of asphalt concrete in its resistance against moisture damage.
Mentor: Mansour Solaimanian
|1||January 1, 2018||October 29, 2018|
|Molecular Mechanisms of Memory||
We are looking for enthusiastic, motivated undergraduates interested in neuroscience to get involved with our research on the molecular mechanisms underlying memory formation and age-related memory impairments. We use a combination of behavioral techniques (memory tasks), molecular assays (qPCR, western blotting, immunofluorescence), microscopy, cloning, and data analysis to understand how memories are made and why they are impaired in aging individuals. Undergraduate researchers will help...
Mentor: Janine Kwapis
|2-4||January 4, 2019||July 30, 2019|
Genetic and molecular analysis of neural function and neurodegenerative disease mechanisms.
Mentor: Richard Ordway
|4||January 1, 2018||October 29, 2018|
|Molecular simulations of polymers and complex fluids||
Our research is focused on microscopic, physical understanding of the unique material properties of polymers and complex fluids. The hallmarks of these "soft" systems are:
These features of soft systems afford unique opportunities for design of material properties, but also pose theoretical challenges....
Mentor: Scott Milner
|1 to 2||August 1, 2018||July 30, 2019|