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Vice President for Research, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering · University of Connecticut
Maric researches novel materials for fuel cell & battery manufacturing, nanomaterials, sensors, hydrogen generation & biofuels.
University Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Environmental Science and Policy (ESPP) · Michigan State University
Expert in climate change, human driving forces of environmental change, environmental values, environmental decision making
Professor: Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering; Director: National Fuel Cell Research Center, Advanced Power and Energy Program · UC Irvine
Jack Brouwer's research focuses on high-temperature electrochemical dynamics and integrated renewable energy systems.
Associate Professor in Marine Biogeochemistry · University of East Anglia
Her interest is in the marine carbon cycle – and particularly the uptake of carbon dioxide by the oceans.
Associate Dean for Faculty Research Development | Professor of Chemical & Life Science Engineering · VCU College of Engineering
Research interest: batteries, electrochemistry, sustainable energy, biofuel, supercritical extraction, and nanomedicine.
W.A. "Tex" Moncrief Jr. Founding Chair of Engineering · Texas Christian University
Professor Michaelides focuses on lifetime of fossil fuel resources, alternative energy, geothermal energy and nanofluids.
Professor, Program Director · Milwaukee School of Engineering
Dr. Faisal Shaikh's areas of expertise include chemical engineering, biotechnology and microfluidics (lab on a chip).
Professor of Political Science and International Affairs · University of Mary Washington
Dr. Davidson is a specialist in American Foreign and Security Policy, and International Security.
Associate Professor · Milwaukee School of Engineering
Dr. Ozturk’s interests include biotechnology, chemical engineering, surface and interfacial chemistry, microfluidics, and material science.
Extension Associate Professor and Associate Director, Climate System Research Center · University of Massachusetts Amherst
Michael Rawlins' research advances understanding of the hydrology and biogeochemistry of arctic environments.