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Collaborative Groups

The Center for Research in Scientific Computation (CRSC) encourages its researchers to work with others in government research labs and private industry as well as those in academia. The following is a partial listing of groups which have participated in projects with CRSC researchers:


Aerospace Corporation; El Segundo, CA Modeling advanced digital communication systems.
Battelle Memorial Institute; Columbus, OH Modeling of high performance actuators.
Boeing; Seattle, WA Modeling and control of flow-induced nonlinear acoustic fields.
Numerical methods for software design and control.
Chemical Industry Institute of Toxicology (CIIT); Research Triangle Park, NC Modeling of toxic chemicals in humans (i. benzene, ii. genistein).
Environmental Protection Agency; Research Triangle Park, NC Modeling and simulation of air flow with suspended particles through branched and partially obstructed airways in the lungs.
PBPK modeling of TCE.
ETREMA Products Inc.; Ames, IA Magnetostrictive transducer implementation.
Innovative Technology Applications Co., LLC, St. Louis, Missouri Reduced order modeling and control design in aeroacoustic flows.
Jenike and Johanson; Westford, MA Modeling of granular flows.
Lockheed Martin; Bethesda, MD Modeling of nonlinear and hysteretic smart material transducers; Adaptive optics.
Lord Corporation Smart materials / nonlinear elastomers.
Radiofrequency bonding of adhesives.
Design of polymers, magnetorheological fluids.
MedAcoustics; Raleigh, NC Modeling and detection of stenosis in cardiac arteries.
NASA Langley Research Center; Hampton, VA Modeling of high performance smart material actuators.
Detection and characterization of damage in structures using SQUIDS.
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS); Research Triangle Park, NC Cell kinetic models in developmental toxicology.
U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory; Brooks AFB Pharmacokinetic modeling of dioxin pathways: intake, metabolism, and elimination in humans.
Electromagnetic interrogation of dielectric materials including tissue.
U.S. Army Waterways Experiment Station; Vicksburg, MS Modeling of flow in porous media.



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