Solid Mechanics, Design & Manufacturing

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Photo of Xin Tang Xin Tang Assistant Professor

Professor Tang received his Ph.D. from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His research interests include cell and molecular mechanics in cancer development and metastasis, cardiovascular system, and neurons; unconventional mechano-electrophysiology; quantitative in vivo/vitro functional bio-imaging; nanotechnology; and development of new biophysical tools to probe biological function/structure.EducationPh.D., 2013, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignTeaching InterestsSoft Matter Mechanics; Biomechanics at Molecular, Cellular and Tissue Scales; Quantitative Optical Bio-imaging;Research InterestsBiomechanics, Mechanobiology and Soft Matter:  Cell and molecular mechanics in cancer development and metastasis, cardiovascular system, and neurons; unconventional mechano-electrophysiology; quantitative in vivo/vitro functional bio-imaging; nanotechnology; and development of new biophysical tools to probe biological function/structure

Photo of Curtis R. Taylor Curtis R. Taylor Associate Professor and Associate Dean for Undergraduate Student Affairs
(352) 392-4440

Dr. Curtis R. Taylor, Ph.D. directs the nanomechanics research lab at UF. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in solid mechanics. Nanomechanics deals with the study and application of fundamental mechanical properties of physical systems at the nanoscale, like elastic, thermal, and kinetic. The application of this research seeks to develop new technologies that utilize the unique properties of nano- and bio-materials.…

Photo of Roger Tran-son-tay Roger Tran-son-tay Professor
(352) 392-6229

Education
Ph.D., 1983, Washington University
Research Interests
Biomedical engineering, rheology, fluid mechanics.