Two major research fields in the department are: Controls, Robotics, and Automation and Cybersecurity and Cloud Computing research areas. Other research labs in the department include Nanobiotechnology Laboratory. Professor Siu-Tung Yau focuses on electrochemical devices for ultrasensitive detection and renewable energy applications such as Ultrasensitive biosensing (the enzymatic field-effect transistor), Nanoparticle-based (enzymeless) sensors and Supercapacitors. This lab’s research is supported by Ohio Development Services Agency.
Cleveland State University (CSU) offers a proven track record of expertise in cybersecurity and data science in partnership with Center for Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection. CSU researchers partner and collaborate with government and private industry to develop and deliver innovative engineering solutions in network security, information security, hardware-oriented security, Blockchain, and data science field.
We also offer a proven track record of expertise in advanced control, robotics control, and automation in partnership with Center for Human-Machine Systems (CHMS) and Center for Advanced Control Technologies (CACT). CSU researchers partner and collaborate with government and private industry to develop and deliver innovative engineering solutions in controls, robotics, and automation field.