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Designed to further collaboration among the community, this database allows members to list their active research projects into a common database. Faculty, staff and students and members of the public can search the database for areas of interest.

As a service to the research community, NYC-LSAMP is pleased to provide a complete listing of abstracts for papers submitted via the NYC-LSAMP virtual community. You can search by keyword and find all citations that contain the keyword in either the title, abstracts, or author sections of the research project.

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Processing, Fabrication and Testing of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Composites  (more info) 10 4/12/2005 8:51:00 PM
The project involves the processing, manufacturing and testing of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Composites (CFRC). Composites are diverse mixtures of two or
Members (1)
Subjects: Mechanical Engineering
Turbulent Jet and Shockwave Interaction  (more info) 10 12/27/2005 9:54:00 PM
During my first semester of graduate studies, I joined the Bridge to the Doctorate Program where I began to conduct research with the Experimental Flu
Members (1)
Subjects: Mechanical Engineering
Understanding The Basics Of Proton Exchange Membrane (Pemfc) Fuel Cell Sysyem  (more info) 6 12/21/2011
To understand the Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell.
Members (1)
Subjects: Mechanical Engineering
Understanding The Basics Of Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell System  (more info) 5 12/22/2011
In this proposal an experimental study is proposed to understand the Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell. All experiments will be performed at New York City College of Technology's Laboratory.
Members (1)
Subjects: Mechanical Engineering
Mobile Active Manipulator For Robotic Devices  (more info) 10 2/23/2012
The objective of this research project consists of two stages. Stage one: to design and build wall climbing robot. Stage two: to design and build custom-made universal Mobile Active Manipulator.
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Subjects: Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Engineering/Applied Science, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Other
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