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Interim Dean, College of Engineering · VCU College of Engineering
Professor Tepper's research focuses on advanced functional materials
Perovskite Solar Cells Aerosols and air filtration Nanoscale materials Electrospinning Supercritical Fluids
Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Affairs | Professor of Chemical & Life Science Engineering · VCU College of Engineering
Research interest: batteries, electrochemistry, sustainable energy, biofuel, biomaterials, supercritical extraction, and nanomedicine.
Batteries Electrochemical engineering Bio-carbon Supercritical carbon dioxide technology Nanotechnology
Professor Emeritus, Chemical and Life Science Engineering · VCU College of Engineering
Professor McHugh researches high-pressure fluid properties and phase equilibria
High-Pressure Fluid Properties and Phase Equilibria Polymer Solution Behavior at High Pressures Scattering Phenomena in Polymer Solutions at High Pressures Supercritical Fluid Solvent Technology
Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning; Professor of Chemical Engineering · Villanova University
Randy Weinstein, PhD, is an authority on chemical engineering and an expert on teaching and learning methods in higher ed.
Teaching and Learning Methods Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Flipped Learning Chemical Engineering Problems Surface Science
Professor, Department of Mathematics, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC at Chapel Hill
Richard McLaughlin specializes in fluid dynamics. He is co-director of the Joint Applied Math and Marine Sciences Fluid Lab.
Bio-Fluid Transport Mixing and Turbulent Transport Mixing in Stratified Flow Mathematics Fluid Dynamics
NCC Scientist · VCU School of Engineering
Chemical engineering expert, with a focus on X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy
Electron beam-assisted polymerization Electron beam lithography for graphene electronics Molecularly imprinted polymers for sensor applications Chemical and biological miniature sensors Polymer nanomaterials developed by supercritical fluids and solid-state photopolymerization