Dr. Roy works as research professor at the NASA funded Center for Aerospace Device Research & Education (NASA-CADRE) and appointed under the CREST-CCFASE program. His primary responsibility is to recondition and automate the custom built electron linear accelerator system 1.4 MeV RF electron gun facility (EGF), and the microwave open resonator system laboratory used for material characterization. Dr. Roy is licensed by the NCCU radiation safety officer and the state of North Carolina DHHS/Radiation Protection Section to work as an operator of the NCCU EGF system (currently for performance testing and shielding evaluation only) along with Prof. Charles R. Jones and under the supervision of PI-CADRE Prof. B. Vlahovic. He is also involved with physics department's NSF funded targeted infusion project (TIP, with PI Prof. C. Jackson) titled "Development of an Engineering Physics Program Concentration at NCCU" and helped initiate a process trying to create an NCCU electron gun training facility for engineering physics students that will also involve theoretical foundations and use of advanced LANL model codes such as PARMELA, SUPERFISH, etc. for electron gun, RF, magnet & beam simulation. Dr. Roy independently writes and collaborates in research proposals for obtaining grants from various agencies in the areas of performance improvement of the NCCU RF electron linear accelerator system, applications, and teaching.