Moeness Amin, PhD

Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering; Director of the Center for Advanced Communications | Villanova College of Engineering · Villanova University

Moeness Amin, PhD, is an expert in the theory of signal and array processing with applications to radar, sonar, and communications

Radar Imaging Sonar Surveillance Wireless Communications Radar

Sam Lai, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Eshelman School of Pharmacy · UNC-Chapel Hill

Professor Lai’s research focuses on nanoparticle-based delivery of bioactive molecules to mucosal tissues.

PEG (polyethylene glycol) Non-hormonal Contraception Anti-drug Antibodies Mucosal Immunology Mucus

Luigi Vanfretti

Associate Professor, Electrical, Computer, and Systems Engineering · Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Focuses on synchrophasor technology applications and cyber-physical system modeling, simulation, stability, and control

Electrical Engineering System Identification Synchophasors Stability and Control Cyber-Physical Systems

Stephen Frye, Ph.D.

Fred Eshelman Distinguished Professor of Pharmacy & Director, Center for Integrative Biology and Drug Discovery · UNC-Chapel Hill

Stephen Frye is a professor and director of the Center for Integrative Chemical Biology and Drug Discovery.

Chromatin Chemical Biology Medicinal Chemistry Drug Discovery Oncology

Wolfgang Bauer

Associate Vice President · Michigan State University

Wolfgang Bauer's research is primarily in renewable energy, sustainability, global warming

Mobility Biogas Global Warming Photovoltaics Sustainability

Pascal Van Hentenryck

Professor, Russel Chandler III Chair, industrial and systems engineering · Georgia Tech - COE

Pascal Van Hentenryck is an expert in Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, and Operations Research.

Data Engineering Analytics and Machine Learning Energy Systems Data Science Artifical Intelligence

Dr. Randy McIntosh

Vice-President of Research ; Director, Rotman Research Institute · Baycrest

A world-renowned expert in the use of neuro-imaging methods (fMRI, PET, EEG and MEG) and computational modeling.

Neuroscience Computational Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience Brain Imaging Brain Modeling

Carlos Castano, Ph.D.

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

Professor Castano specializes in tailoring surface properties of materials for applications in energy, transportation, and manufacturing.

Advanced Materials Characterization Corrosion Engineering Lightweight Alloys Plasma Physics Thin film deposition and characterization

Rosalyn Hobson Hargraves, Ph.D.

Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering · VCU College of Engineering

Rosalyn Hobson Hargraves is an associate professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Engineering Education and Service Learning Medical Image and Signal Processing Artificial Neural Network Applications Science and Technology in International Development

Dean Krusienski, Ph.D.

Professor and Graduate Program Director, Department of Biomedical Engineering | B.S., M.S., Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University · VCU College of Engineering

Focusing on neural signal processing and analysis for the development of brain-computer interfaces and neuroprosthetic devices.

EEG Analysis Brain-Computer Interfaces Signal Processing Machine Learning Neuroprosthetics

Kayla Green

Associate Professor of Bio-Inorganic Chemistry · Texas Christian University

Chemistry expert, focusing on the treatment of Alzheimer's disease

Chemistry of Alzheimer's Disease Organic and Solid-phase Syntheses Neurobiology of Aging Cancer Research Applications at the Interface of Chemistry and Biology

Kurt M. Bretthauer

Professor of Operations & Decision Technologies · Indiana University, Kelley School of Business

Professor Bretthauer researches service operations management and healthcare services

Service Operations Management Healthcare Services Supply Chain Management

Douglas J. Blocher

Professor of Operations and Decision Technologies · Indiana University, Kelley School of Business

Professor Blocher's research interests include customer order scheduling, changeover scheduling and supply chain management

Customer Order Scheduling Changeover Scheduling Supply Chain Management Lead Time / Cycle Time Reduction

Reza Azarderakhsh, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor and I-SENSE Fellow · Florida Atlantic University

Reza Azarderakhsh's primary research interests are in cryptography and security.

Post-Quantum Cryptography Elliptic Curve Cryptography Cryptographic Engineering Finite Field

Kimberly Fenn

Associate Professor of Psychology, Director of the Sleep and Learning Lab · Michigan State University

An expert on the effect of sleep on learning and memory

Sleep Deprivation and Memory Sleep Deprivation Sleep Sleep and Human Performance Fitness and Memory

Kevin Rose

Frederic R. Kolleck ’52 Career Development Chair in Freshwater Ecology · Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Computational modeling of links between freshwater ecology and carbon cycling

Climate Change Aquatic Ecology Carbon Cycling Freshwater Ecosystems Biogeochemistry

John Volakis

Professor & Chope Chair, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering | College of Engineering · The Ohio State University

Electrical engineering expert, focusing on computational electromagnetics

Wireless Communication and Propagation Antennas and Arrays RF Materials and Packaging RF Matching and Tunable Circuits RFIDs

Annabelle Singer

Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering · Georgia Tech - COE

Annabelle Singer researches to understand how neural activity produces memories and spurs the brain’s immune system.

Alzheimer's Disease Virtual Reality Optogenetics Learning & Memory Neural Coding & Decoding

Weiai (Wayne) Xu

Assistant Professor of Communication and Affiliated Faculty at Computational Social Science Institute · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Wayne Xu studies what he calls the "three Ds" on internet platforms: discord, distrust, and dishonesty.

Disinformation on social media plaforms China’s Digital Public Diplomacy Operations during the COVID-19 Crisis. Disinformation Dishonesty on internet platforms Computational communication

Samantha Bradshaw

Doctor of Philosophy Candidate · Oxford Internet Institute

Samantha Bradshaw is a D. Phil. candidate at the Oxford Internet Institute, working on the Computational Propaganda project.

Government Internet Governance Cyber Security Social Media and Democracy Computational Propaganda