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Biography:Dr. Asmatulu joined the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Wichita State University (WSU) in August 2006 as an assistant professor, and received his tenure and promotion to be associate processor in July, 2012. Prior to this position at WSU, he had postdoc and R&D experiences at Virginia Tech, University of Connecticut and Yale University. He is currently working with nine PhD, 12 MS and six BS students and one postdoc. He has published more than 350 technical papers with his students and collaborators in his field.
Dr. Asmatulu's research interests include both theoretical and experimental understanding of nanoparticles for solar cells, fuel cells, supercapacitors, and biodiesel production; laminate and sandwich composites for aircraft and wind turbine manufacturing; functionalization and crosslinking of CNT wires; modeling and simulation of solid structures; highly durable nanocomposite thin films for lightning strike prevention, EMI shielding and fire retardancy; electrospun nanofibers for scaffolding, biosensors, structural health monitoring and water splitting; nanocomposite coatings against corrosion, moisture and UV degradation; nanomembranes for waste water filtration; and nanoemulsion and hydrogel-based targeted drug delivery systems.