Diagnostics for Hazardous Environments

The goal of the Diagnostics for Hazardous Environments theme is to enhance the safety of first responders, military personnel, and others who need to work in areas under chemical, biological, or radiological threat. This goal is achieved through the research and development of ultra-portable, S.M.A.R.T. (specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and timely) sensors and sensor platforms that can provide continuous threat assessment, including in GPS-denied and austere-network environments. The theme is led by Prof. Nosang Myung and Prof. Paul Bohn, is coordinated by AD&T research director Prakash Nallathamby, and is conducted in collaboration with external partners, including the US Department of Defense.

For more information, please contact Prakash Nallathamby at Prakash.D.Nallathamby.1@nd.edu.