At Speed School, research is woven into everything we do. Unlike some engineering programs, we don’t ask our students to wait years to conduct meaningful, impactful research. We’ll get you into the lab, working with cutting-edge technology, and seeking solutions to improve lives in our community and in the wider world.
Our researchers focus on our prime research interests as well as a wide range of additional interests. If you are interested in collaboration, take a look at our individual research interests page.
As 3D printing finds its way into the mainstream, Speed School students continue to create benefits with the technology: faster protoyping, cost efficiency, less waste.More about Additive Manufacturing
The future of healthcare and biology is targeted applications using smaller devices with less invasive tools. Speed School students are part of this growing field of engineered solutions in diagnostics, treatments, and rehabilitation.More about Biomedical Applications & Devices
Speed School students are obtaining intelligence, gaining insights out of big data and working on the next generation of AI, making huge advances in cloud computing, forensics, and machine learning.More about Data Science & AI
Commercially viable, sustainable, alternative, energy sources are vital to our environmental and economic future. Speed School students are leading the way.More about Energy & Sustainability
21st Century engineering requires a 21st Century engineering education. Faculty researchers are collaborating with learning scientists to better understand and optimized how students learn engineering.More about Engineering Education
People are a critical component to any technological advancement.More about Health and Human Systems
Logistics is how we will do more with less.More about Logistics and System Analysis
Our world is changing at the atomic and molecular levels, and Speed School students are making a big impact through work in medicine, solar energy, and manufacturing.More about Micro/Nanotechnology
Speed School students are crafting the next revolution in technology through increasing efficiencies and introducing robots to healthcare, law enforcement, supply chains, etc.More about Robotics and Automation