Kali Kniel

Professor, Microbial Food Safety · University of Delaware

Prof. Kniel’s laboratory explores issues of food safety and public health that involve transmission of viruses and pathogenic bacteria.

Food Systems Pathogenic Bacteria Food Safety Public Health Microorganisms

Walter Schilling, Jr., Ph.D.

Professor · Milwaukee School of Engineering

Dr. Walter Schilling is an expert in software verification, software reliability, software security and embedded systems software.

Static Analysis Embedded Systems Software Engineering Software Reliability Cybersecurity

Jennifer L. Bonniwell, Ph.D.

Associate Professor and EE THL Coordinator · Milwaukee School of Engineering

Dr. Jennifer Bonniwell's research interests include advanced control theory, estimation, Kalman filtering and engineering education.

Digital Design With Hardware Description Languages (E.g. VHDL)) Control Systems Control Theory Electrical Engineering Computer Engineering

Terrence Collins

Professor · Carnegie Mellon University

Terry Collins invented "TAML® Activators", the first small molecule mimics of any of the great families of oxidizing enzymes.

Chemistry and Sustainability Oxidation Catalysis Sustainability Green Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry

Carol Briody, MT (ASCP), CIC

Director of Infection Prevention · ChristianaCare

Carol Briody is the director of Infection Prevention at ChristianaCare.

Clinical Laboratory Microbiology Infection Control Infection Prevention

Douglas Kelley

Professor of Mechanical Engineering · University of Rochester

Douglas Kelley studies the performance of liquid metal batteries.

Mixing in Metals Casting Liquid Metal Batteries Grid-Scale Energy Storage Fluid Dynamics of the Brain's Waste Removal System Coherent Structures in Reactive Mixing

Larry Fennigkoh, Ph.D.

Adjunct Professor · Milwaukee School of Engineering

Dr. Larry Fenningkoh's areas of expertise include forensic engineering, control of medical error and medical instrumentation design.

Biomedical Engineering Medical Devices Clinical Engineering Medical Imaging

Julie Ancis

Professor, Informatics · New Jersey Institute of Technology

Dr. Julie Ancis explores cyberpsychology, the relationship between technology and human behavior, diversity and gender.

Technology and Human Behavior Counseling Psychology Cyberpsychology Multicultural Competence Mental Health of Women

Justina Ray

President and Senior Scientist · Wildlife Conservation Society Canada

Justina Ray's research is focused on evaluating the role of shifting landscapes in biodiversity decline and/or change in forested ecosystems

Conservation Planning Forested Ecosystems Biodiversity Wildlife Ecology Wildlife Conservation

Weisong Shi

Professor and Chair of Computer and Information Sciences · University of Delaware

Prof. Shi is an internationally renowned expert in edge computing, autonomous driving, and connected health.

Edge Computing Vehicle Computing Autonomous Driving Mobile and Connected Health

Anthony Maurelli

Professor · University of Florida

Anthony Maurelli studies bacterial genetics to address questions about how bacteria cause gut disease and sexually transmitted infections.

Laboratory Capacity Building Wasterwater Epidemiology Sexually Transmitted Diseases Shigella Genetics and Pathogenesis Bacterial Pathogenesis

Steven Biegalski

Professor, Program Chair, Mechanical Engineering · Georgia Tech - COE

Steven Biegalski is an expert on nuclear analytical methods, research isotope production, and nuclear forensics.

Research Isotope Production Nuclear Reactors Nuclear Forensics US Nuclear Production Nuclear Non-Proliferation

Stacy Drury, MD

Remigio Gonzalez MD Endowed Professorship of Child Psychiatry, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Vice Chair of Research, Department of Pediatrics · Tulane University

Drury explores how early life adversity interacts with genetic and epigenetic factors to shape child health and neurodevelopmental outcomes.

Telomeres Health Disparities Pediatric Medicine Child Psychiatry Genetics

Zack Hawley

Associate Professor · Texas Christian University

Zack Hawley studies urban economics, including discrimination in housing markets and what motivates organ donors.

Organ Donation Why African-Americans Face Discrimination when Seeking Information about Home Loans from Mortgage Loan Originators at Early Stages of the Application Process Public Finance Housing Investigation of How Financial Incentives Influence a Person's Decision on Whether or Not to Become an Organ Donor

Claire Cupples

Dean of Science and Professor of Molecular Biology & Biochemistry, Faculty of Science · Simon Fraser University

Dr. Cupples has worked as a scientist, faculty member and administrator in three Canadian comprehensive universities since 1989.

Molecular Biology Microbiology DNA Repair University Administration Science Outreach to the Public

Carlos Moffat

Associate Professor, School of Marine Science and Policy · University of Delaware

Prof. Moffat specializes in the dynamics of the coastal ocean in Antarctica, and how this region responds and contributes to climate change.

ocean circulation Polar Oceanography Ice-Ocean Interactions

Scott Munro

Department Chair, Professor of Engineering · Southern Utah University

Specializing in aerocoustics flow sound interaction and induced vibrations, propagation, and aerospace technologies

Thermocouples Hot-wire Anemometers Compressible Flow Viscous Flow Vibration Measurements and Instrumentation

Ibrahim Guven, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering · VCU College of Engineering

Professor Guven specializes in fracture and failure analysis using peridynamics.

Fracture and failure analysis using Peridynamics Impact and penetration mechanics Finite element method Boundary element method Multi-scale modeling of physical phenomena

Mark Hart

Professor, Small Business & Entrepreneurship · Aston University

Professor Hart has worked and published extensively in the areas of entrepreneurship, enterprise and small business development and policy.

Economic Performance Business Policy SMEs Small Business Entrepreneurship

Ivan Lee

Associate Professor, Manning College of Information and Computer Sciences · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Ivan Lee develops mobile and personalized health solutions.

Mobile and Personalized Health Wearable Health Sensing Embedded Systems Sensor Data Analytics