Seth H. Weinberg, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering · VCU College of Engineering

Dr. Weinberg's research focuses on computational physiology, specifically questions related to electrophysiology and mechanobiology.

Computational physiology Cardiac electrophysiology Extracellular matrix assembly Nonlinear dynamics in biology Multicellular modeling

Greg Lewis, PhD

Associate Professor, Mathematics, Faculty of Science · University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Understanding fundamental atmospheric flow patterns and how they relate to climate change

Applied Dynamical Systems Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Numerical Bifurcation Analysis Quantitative Analysis Simulation

Brian A. Taylor, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering · VCU College of Engineering

Dr. Taylor’s research focuses on the development and clinical translation of quantitative medical imaging techniques.

Signal Processing Imaging Processing Machine/Deep Learning Techniques in Radiology Advanced Neuroimaging Techniques Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Charles Cartin, Ph.D.

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

Director of MNE Innovation & Associate Professor of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering at Virginia Commonwealth University

Advanced Engineering Mathematics Additive Manufacturing Computer Aided Design (CAD) Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) Design Engineering

Wayne Patterson, PhD

Public Trustee · Fielding Graduate University

Professor of Computer Science at Howard University; expert in cryptography and computer security

Computer Security Scientific Computing Information Security Theory of Computation Numerical Methods

Markus Piro, PhD

Canada Research Chair in Nuclear Fuel and Materials, Assistant Professor Faculty of Energy Systems and Nuclear Science · University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Exploring methods for advanced nuclear fuel performance, safe storage, and next generation technologies

Applied Mathematics Emerging Nuclear Technologies Energy Systems and Manufacturing Computational Thermodynamics Experimental and Computational Fluid Dynamics

Michael Norman

Director of the San Diego Supercomputer Center and Distinguished Professor of Physics · UC San Diego

Michael Norman is author of over 300 research articles in the diverse areas of astrophysics, including star and galaxy formation.

High-Energy Astro Galaxy Formation Computational Astrophysics Cosmology Star Formation

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