Ancell's research addresses the predictability of important and high-impact weather events on a wide range of scales. Currently, he is focusing on dryline-induced severe convection, heavy rainfall from land-falling tropical cyclones, freezing and frozen precipitation events, and wind power in the South Plains of the United States.
Bayne's research interests include power electronics for hybrid electric vehicles, design of compact power electronics converters, and evaluation of power devices for power electronics & pulse power applications.
Dr. Chamana is an Instructor with the National Wind Institute (NWI) at Texas Tech University - focused on renewable energy and energy storage integration in the electrical grid - Education and Research. Before joining NWI, he was with the smart grid department of an electrical distribution utility, ComEd, and a renewable energy development and testing company, GroupNIRE. He also interned in power systems integration group at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. He received the M.S. degree from Texas Tech University in 2011, and the Ph.D. degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte in 2016, both in electrical engineering. He has several publications in leading power- and energy-related venues. His research interests include modeling and analysis of active distribution networks for grid-services and resiliency benefits, cyber-physical security, building energy management systems, and economic impacts of distributed energy resources. He currently serves as a Co-Principal Investigator on the Texas Workforce Commission, Department of Energy, and Department of Defense grants. He is actively involved in the GLEAMM related activities to develop testbeds for research and education. As an instructor, he teaches the following courses: Wind Energy Grid Integration, Advance Technical Wind Energy, Critical Infrastructure, and Energy Storage in Grid in the Wind Energy program.
Yong Chen is an Associate Professor and Director of the Data-Intensive Scalable Computing Laboratory in the Computer Science Department. He is also the Site Director of the Cloud and Autonomic Computing Center sponsored by National Science Foundation through the IUCRC (Industry-University Cooperative Research Centers) program. His research focuses on high-performance computing, data-intensive computing, parallel and distributed computing and computer systems in general.
Tommy Dang is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Texas Tech University where he directs the interactive Data Visualization Lab (iDVL). His research on big data visualization and visual analytics has appeared in Computer Graphics Forum and IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics and has been presented at IEEE Information Visualization, IEEE Visual Analytics Science and Technology, EG/VGTC Conference on Visualization, among others. The mainstream of his research is on visual features (or Scagnostics) for analyzing the pairwise correlation of multivariate data. Working directly with these measures, his research was able to locate anomalous or interesting subsets of variables/sub-series for massive, dynamic, and high dimensional data in scientific and social applications. He also has special interests in 3D modeling, computer animation, and virtual reality. Dr. Dang has previously been a post-doc on a DARPA-funded project on biological network visualization at the Electronic Visualization Lab at the University of Illinois at Chicago which focuses on advanced virtual reality, notably the CAVE2™ hybrid reality environment and the SAGE2™ scalable amplified group environment.
Docimo is an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. His research interests include control systems and design optimization.
Professor Stephen Ekwaro-Osire is a full professor of mechanical engineering at Texas Tech University (TTU) and a licensed professional engineer in the State of Texas. He was most recently the interim chair of the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the associate dean of research and graduate programs in the Whitacre College of Engineering at TTU.
Ewing is the C.T. McLaughlin Chair of Free Enterprise at Rawls College of Business. His areas of expertise include energy finance and economics, risks and hazards, and the economics of oil and gas.
Giesselmann is the department chair and professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. His research interests include MW−Level motor drives, compact pulsed power distributed railguns, power electronics, pulsed power, and power systems
Malmali is an assistant professor is the Department of Chemical Engineering. His research interests include reaction and separation processes, membrane-based separation, water recycle and reuse, thermochemical energy storage, and process intensification.
Reible is the Donovan Maddox Distinguished Engineering Chair, Horn Professor, professor of chemical engineering, professor of civil, environmental, and construction engineering.
Ren is an associate professor of mechanical engineering. Her research interests include nonlinear
system control methods and algorithm design: robust control, adaptive control, neural
networks, boundary control of systems modeled by PDEs,
real-time optimization using extremum seeking.
Alan Sill is the Managing Director of the High Performance Computing Center at Texas Tech University, where he is also adjunct professor of physics. He also co-directs the US National Science Foundation Industry/University Cooperative Research Center for Cloud and Autonomic Computing (CAC).
- Ilham Osman
- Agboola Alao
- Rabindra Bhatta
- Ayda Demir
- Mahtab Murshed
- Cesar Negri
- Konrad Schmitt
- Rajendra Shrestha
- High Performance Computing Center
- National Wind Institute
- TTU Innovation Hub
- Office of Research Commercialization
- Maddox Research Center
- Center for Cloud and Autonomic Computing
- Energetrix LLC
- Resilient Power Systems
- Sonnen Batteries
- KeyCapture Energy
- Legacy, PSG
- South Plains electric co-op
- Sandia National Laboratory
- Scalable Networks
- Reese technology Center