Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
Texas A&M University
Dr. Bukkapatnam’s research addresses the harnessing of high-resolution nonlinear dynamic information, particularly from wireless MEMS sensors, to improve the monitoring and prognostics of real-world systems, including ultraprecision and nanomanufacturing processes and machines, and cardiorespiratory processes. His research has led to 125 peer-reviewed publications (73 published/ accepted in journals and 52 in conference proceedings) and five pending patents, and has been the basis for ten Ph.D. dissertations. His research has received support from the federal agencies including National Science Foundation, Department of Energy, and Department of Defense, and the private sector including General Motors, Ford, National Instruments, and the Central Rural Electric Cooperative.