The research at I²AT covers a broad range of topics. Instrumentation includes technologies for diverse
microscopy (light, confocal, atomic force, and electron) and microanalysis (e.g. X-ray diffraction)
applications, in addition to magnetic resonance imaging used in areas of veterinary medicine, cognitive
science, and medical systems. The range of instrumentation found at I²AT allows the institute to cater
to many researchers’ needs while fostering interdisciplinary projects.
There are many projects which utilize the microscopy and microanalysis portion of I²AT which are not
listed below. To learn more about I²AT's current research projects, call our office at (662) 325-3019.
- HCC Depth Perception in Augmented Reality, National Science Foundation - John Edward Swan
- Biologically-based Training for Adaptive Multitasking Strategies, Office of Naval Research - Stephanie Doane; Robert Moss
- Advanced Naval Power Systems through Electric Ship Systems Research and Development, Florida State University, Office of Naval Research – Stephanie Doane
- Human Systems Integration for Power Systems, University of South Carolina, Office of Naval Research, Stephanie Doane
- Morphology and and ultrastructure of the chorion of Cimex lectularius,the bedbug,(Hemiptera:Cimicidae), Gerry Baker
- Fire ant tarsal sensilla (Hymenoptera:Formicidae), Gerry Baker
- Sensilla on the antennae and mouthparts of two tipulid species (Diptera:Tipulidae), Gerry Baker
- Sensilla on bed bug mouthparts (Hemiptera:Cimicidae), Gerry Baker