Open Details Prof. Blaise in the Electrophysiology Lab
Close Details Students construct microelectrode sensors
Open Details Prof. John Mertens instructs students
Close Details Using the Instron tensile testing machine
Open Details Prof. Dressaire and research interns
Close Details preparing biosand filters

Faculty Research

The faculty of Trinity's Engineering department have a variety of research interests and work in collaboration with Trinity students, other Trinity faculty, as well as with colleagues across the region, country, and globe. Their research includes such diverse subjects as digital signal and image processing, educational robots, computational modeling of neural networks, biosignal analysis, electrophysiology, optical diagnostics, combustion reactions, cardiovascular system dynamics, hydrodynamics, microfluidics, and wireless & mobile communication, among others. Trinity students have the opportunity to assist faculty members with their research which often leads to the publishing of papers and/or student presentations at professional conferences.

To see more detail on a faculty member's research, click on the name below:
Dr. David Ahlgren - digital and analog circuit design, robotics
Dr. Harry Blaise - electrophysiology, computational modeling of neural networks, and biosignal analysis
Dr. Joseph Bronzino (Emeritus) - biomedical engineering concentrating on the electrophysiology of the central nervous system
Dr. Lin Cheng - wireless and mobile communication
Dr. Emilie Dressaire - hydrodynamics and microfluidics, complex fluids, biocolloids and biodetection
Dr. John Mertens - high-temperature combustion reactions in shock tubes, optical diagnostics, computational studies of non-equilibrium processes
Dr. Taikang Ning - digital signal and image processing, real-time embedded systems and FPGA design
Dr. Joseph Palladino - cardiovascular system dynamics, biomechanics, mathematical modeling