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VP Interdisciplinary Research, professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Raheem Beyah is an expert in the intersection of the networking and security fields.
Energy Grid Security Network Security Cyber-physical systems security Privacy Network Monitoring and Performance
Assistant Professor, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
The Bhamla Lab explores fundamental and applied research questions through the development of new experimental tools and techniques.
Materials and Nanotechnology Biotechnology Organismic Physics Global Health Complex Systems
Professor, Program Chair, Mechanical Engineering
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 Nuclear Analytical Methods
Assistant Professor, Environmental Engineering
Joe Brown’s research interests include water infrastructure sustainability and detection methods for pathogens in the environment.
Water and Wastewater Microbiology Antimicrobial Resistance in the Environment Engineering Applications in Underserved Communities Bioaerosols
Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Dr. Cola brings science to energy and thermal management solutions.
Applications of Carbon Nanotubes Thermal Management of Electronics Combustion and Energy Systems Heat Transfer Micro and Nano Engineering Energy Transport and Conversion at the Nanoscale
Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Sam Coogan researches in the area of dynamical systems and focuses on developing tools for cyber-physical systems.
Formal Methods Cyber-Physical Systems Autonomous Systems Transportation Networks Control Theory
Assistant Professor, Industrial and Systems Engineering
Rachel Cummings is an expert in data privacy, algorithmic economics, optimization, statistics, and information theory.
Medical Instrumentation Home Monitoring of Chronic Disease Data Generation Machine Learning Data Privacy Algorithmic Economics Statistics Optimization Non-invasive Physiological Monitoring Cardiomechanical Signs
Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering
James Dahlman uses molecular biology to rationally design the genetic drugs he delivers.
Vascular and Immunoengineering DNA Barcoded Nanoparticles Drug Delivery CRISPR Gene Editing Cas9 RNA Therapies Big Data / Nanotechnology
Assistant Professor, Geosystems Engineering
Sheng Dai develops innovative testing techniques to study properties and processes in soils and rocks at elevated pressure and temperatures.
Reservoir Geomechanics Geomaterials Characteriztion Energy Geotechnics Flow in Porous and Fractured Media
Professor, Associate Chair for Graduate Studies, Biomedical Engineering
Michael Davis researches cardiac regeneration and preservation.
Stem Cell Therapy Cardiac Regeneration
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