Philip A. Blythe, Ph.D., Manchester (England), 1961. Thermal convection with applications to crystal growth, energy conservation, and geophysical flows; combustion: ignition problems, non-linear wave propagation, non-equilibrium flows: rate and relaxation effects, asymptotic methods.
Forbes T. Brown, (Emeritus), Ph.D., M.I.T., 1962. Fluid power: innovative design and control concepts, energy-based modeling of dynamic systems, fluid transients in tubes with turbulent flow, micro electro hydsome chemical systems.
Meng-Sang Chew, Ph.D., Columbia, 1980. Synthesis of deployable truss structures using knowledge-based systems, kinematic structural synthesis of mechanisms, integration of controls and mechanisms synthesis.
John P. Coulter, Ph.D., Delaware, 1988. Material processing, manufacturing science, and intelligent manufacturing. This involves the study of novel processing methodologies, process modeling, product quality monitoring during processing, and knowledge based control for continuous process optimization.
Terry J. Delph, Ph.D., Stanford University, 1977. Nano- and atomic-scale mechanics, stability questions at the nanoscale, mechanical reliability and probabilistic failure mechanics.
Joachim Grenestedt, Ph.D., Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden), 1992. Design and mechanical testing of composite material sandwich structures, micro-mechanical modeling of materials and structural optimization.
D. Gary Harlow, Ph.D., Cornell, 1977. Stochastic fracture of materials, stochastic models for composite materials, stochastic models of corrosion and corrosion fatigue, reliability of engineering systems.
Terry J. Hart, D. Eng. (Honorary), Lehigh University, 1988. Control systems, aerodynamics, aerospace engineering, spacecraft trajectory optimization, and spacecraft attitude determination.
Ronald J. Hartranft, (Emeritus), Ph.D., Lehigh, 1966. Fracture mechanics, plate theories, finite element applications, diffusion of heat and moisture, mechanics of interfaces, mechanics of electronic packaging, thermal stresses in boiler tubes.
Stanley H. Johnson, (Emeritus) Ph.D., Berkeley, 1973. Numerical dynamic simulation, digital controller design, non-linear vibrations.
Arturs Kalnins, (Emeritus), Ph.D., Michigan, 1960. Inelastic behavior of materials, reflection and transmission of acoustic waves, stress analysis of thin shells.
Jacob Y. Kazakia, Ph.D., Lehigh, 1972. Non-Newtonian and viscoelastic fluid flow, air flow in labyrinth seals, low Reynolds number flows.
Edward K. Levy, Professor and Director, Energy Research Center, Sc.D., M.I.T., 1967. Fluidization, convective heat transfer, rotating flows, performance optimization of power generation systems.
Robert A. Lucas, Ph.D., Lehigh, 1964. Computer-aided design, computer-aided instruction, fracture mechanics.
Alistair K. Macpherson, Ph.D., Sydney (Australia), 1967. Biomedical research involving blood flow in the heart and the development of hypertrophy. The solutions are obtained using both echo cardiograms and MRI results from many patients. The hypertrophy is studied both from mechanical stress on the left ventricle as well as genetic changes in the myocardium. The heart brain interaction is simulated commencing with the injection of dobutamine into the blood and proceeding from the sinus nodes to the brain.
Wojciech Z. Misiolek, D.Sc., AGH - The University of Science and Technology (Krakow, Poland), 1985. Materials processing, process engineering and optimization, physical metallurgy, physical and numerical modeling of metal forming processes, powder metallurgy, light metals, inorganic bio-materials.
Sudhakar Neti, Ph.D., Kentucky, 1977, Research interests include laser diagnostic instrumentation for thermal fluids, computational and experimental methods for single and two-phase flow and heat transfer, transport processes in micro channels, non-Newtonian flow and biological systems, power plant performance analysis, concentrated solar power and high temperature heat transfer fluids and thermal energy storage technologies.
Herman F. Nied, Ph.D., Lehigh University, 1981. Computational mechanics, solid mechanics, fracture mechanics, welding simulation, semiconductor packaging, polymer processing, thermoforming, MEMS, thermal shock, wave propagation in solids.
John B. Ochs, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State, 1980. Director of the Integrated Product Development Program, Design methodology, Technical Entrepreneurship. Acoustics and Noise Control.
Tulga M. Ozsoy, Ph.D., Technical Institute of Istanbul, 1980. Geometric modeling, computer-aided multi-axis NC machining, interactive finite element mesh generation, user interface design, geometric data base management.
Alparslan Oztekin, Ph.D., Illinois, 1991. Fluid mechanics, fundamental steady/unsteady flow and heat transfer in Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids, linear and nonlinear stability, flow transitions, nonlinear dynamics of viscoelastic flows, unsteady swirling and shearing flows, flows in a porous medium.
Murat Ozturk, Ph.D., Lehigh University, 1992. Computational mechanics, solid mechanics, fracture mechanics, mixed boundary value problems, finite element analysis, wave propagation in solids.
N. Duke Perreira, Ph.D., UCLA, 1977. Kinematics, dynamics, and control of mechanisms and robotic manipulators, performance of robotic systems and machinery, sensors, and transducers for robotic systems, machine noise and vibration.
Richard Roberts, (Emeritus), Ph.D., Lehigh, 1964. Metal fatigue, fracture, failure analysis, mechanics.
Donald O. Rockwell, Paul B. Reinhold Professor, Ph.D., Lehigh, 1968. Vortex generation and interaction, unsteady aerodynamics, flow-induced noise and vibration, quantitative imaging of complex flows using laser-based systems.
Kenneth N. Sawyers, (Emeritus), Ph.D., Brown, 1966. Continuum mechanics, finite elasticity, stability.
Eugenio Schuster, Ph.D., University of California San Diego, 2004. Control Systems: Control Theory with emphasis on Nonlinear and Saturated Control, and Distributed Parameter Control; System Modeling and Identification; Fault Detection; Industrial Automation; Signal Processing; Numerical Methods; Mechatronics and Robotics.
Charles R. Smith, Ph.D., Stanford, 1971. Turbulent flows and flow visualization, flow mixing and conditioning, vortex interactions, junction flows, experimental methods, image processing techniques.
Eric Varley, Ph.D., Brown, 1961. Geophysical fluid flows: squall lines, water waves, solid mechanics: fracture, phase transformations, stress-waves, vortex flows
Arkady S. Voloshin, Ph.D., Tel-Aviv University, 1978. Optical methods for experimental strain analysis. Deformation analysis of opto- and micro- electronic packages. Biomechanics of human gait and dynamic loading on the human system. Effects of the mechanical load on cell proliferation and differentiation.
Robert P. Wei, Paul B. Reinhold Professor, Ph.D., Princeton, 1960. Stress corrosion cracking; hydrogen embrittlement; fatigue and corrosion fatigue; fracture toughness testing; development of fundamental understanding of the mechanical, metallurgical and chemical aspects of enviromentally assisted crack growth in aluminum, titanium, ferrous and nickel-based alloys; application of this understanding to failure analysis and prevention, and life prediction.