Research

Wright State wins Air Force contract to develop cybersecurity workforce

Worth over $29.75 million, the contract seeks to develop a pipeline of trained undergraduate engineering students with the skills to design and develop digital microelectronic devices and systems. Continue reading

Student-built radar device to be demonstrated at Wright Brothers Day

The Radar Imaging and Object Recognition Demo will be conducted by students in the Sensors and Signals Exploitation Lab in the Department of Electrical Engineering. Continue reading

Online Wright Brothers Day will celebrate university and community innovators

Although the annual Wright Brothers Day shifted to a web-based format, the event will still celebrate innovative research from Wright State faculty and local organizations. Continue reading

Electric energy

Wright State research team receives a $500,000 federal grant to accelerate manufacturing of thermoelectric materials

Joy Gockel, assistant professor of mechanical and materials engineering, and Tanvi Banerjee, associate professor of computer science, received a research grant from the U.S. Department of Energy. Continue reading

Water power

Wright State professor Silvia Newell is a key player in a new state partnership on monitoring of wetlands

The Lake Erie and Aquatic Research Network will assess the effectiveness and future role of implemented and planned wetland restoration projects. Continue reading

Water research by physics professor Allen Hunt published by Geological Society of America

Allen Hunt’s research is important when developing strategies to optimize the use of water in food and energy production. Continue reading

Kunal Swani serves as editor on special issue of marketing journal

Kunal Swani, associate professor of marketing, was co-editor of a special issue on business-to-business advertising in the journal Industrial Marketing Management. Continue reading

Straight talk

Research by Wright State Ph.D. student Ashutosh Shivakumar on artificial intelligence getting attention

Ashutosh Shivakumar, who is pursuing his Ph.D. in computer science and engineering at Wright State, researches how to make computers more human-like in initiating conversations. Continue reading

Wright State receives Defense Department funds to acquire advanced MRI scanner

New MRI scanner will allow Wright State to expand its neuroscience research and create a neuroimaging center for cognitive technologies. Continue reading

Wright State researcher Ulas Sunar wins $1.7 million grant to demonstrate novel approach for imaging and treating ovarian cancer

Ulas Sunar, director of the Biomedical Imaging Laboratory, is investigating new techniques to detect and treat small tumor nodules in ovarian cancer. Continue reading