Dr. Gore's research is in the area of combustion and radiation heat transfer with applications to pollutant reduction, efficiency enhancements, fire safety, and improved fundamental understanding. He has received over $10M in research funding and is currently serving as the PI for grants over $1M in gas turbine combustion, hydrogen storage, synthetic fuels and radiation heat transfer applications. He is applying infrared radiation sensing to a range of problems including Bio Medical Engineering and Food Science in collaboration with a group of scientists. He has authored or coauthored over 110 archival papers, four book chapters, 175 conference papers, and 3 US patents. Jay has developed/revised two graduate courses in Combustion at Purdue University and one graduate and two undergraduate courses in heat transfer and thermodynamics at the University of Maryland.