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Associate Dean for Faculty Research Development | Professor of Chemical & Life Science Engineering · VCU College of Engineering
Research interest: batteries, electrochemistry, sustainable energy, biofuel, supercritical fluids, and nanomedicine.
Professor, Faculty of Energy Systems and Nuclear Science · University of Ontario Institute of Technology
World-leading thermal physics expert developing new methods to enhance thermal efficiency of next generation nuclear power plants
Associate Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning; Professor of Chemical Engineering · College of Engineering | Villanova University
Randy Weinstein, PhD, is an authority on chemical engineering and an expert on teaching and learning methods in higher ed.
Associate Professor, Chemistry, Faculty of Science · University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Award-winning, international physical chemistry researcher developing new techniques for high temperature electrochemistry
Professor and Chair, Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering · VCU College of Engineering
Professor Tepper's research focuses on radiation detection and measurement
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
Professor Emeritus, Chemical and Life Science Engineering · VCU College of Engineering
Professor McHugh researches high-pressure fluid properties and phase equilibria
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.
Institute Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences · Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Specializes in experiments and modeling that allow geoscientists to "reverse engineer" Earth materials and explore planetary history