Summary

The CDL research activities are in the area of Computational Design and Synthesis of Mechanical Systems.

In particular, our research focuses on the development of new engineering models, representations, algorithms, and design semantics to enable systematic, and efficient design, analysis and manufacturing of engineering artifacts.

Research Assistantships may be available to highly qualified students.

Please note that I do NOT sponsor summer internships.

We are constantly looking for outstanding, creative and motivated PhD students with strong programming and mathematical skills as well as experience and/or interests in the general areas of geometric modeling, virtual reality, and human computer interaction.

UConn's strategic location on the East Coast is given by its proximity to New York City and Boston, the many beaches along the Atlantic Ocean, and the mountains of Vermont. More information can be found here.

If you are interested to join us

Please submit:

    1. your cv;
    2. a brief research statement detailing your past research experience as well as your current research interests;
    3. the coordinates (including e-mail addresses) of three references, and
    4. a link to your previous research publications.

to Prof. Horea Ilies

Current Research Projects

Shape Complementarity

Coming Soon...

Point Cloud Processing

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Manipulative Hand Gestures

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Protein Machines

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Medical Devices

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Artificial Intelligence in Design

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Contact

Prof. Horea Ilies

Department of Mechanical Engineering
The University of Connecticut
191 Auditorium Avenue
Storrs, CT 06269
email: ilies at engr.uconn.edu