Vilas Distinguished Professor
Dr. Kao’s overall research goal focuses on elucidating the dynamic interaction amongst the host, biomimetic biomaterial constructs, and therapeutic entities in the promotion of host response and healing. Project highlights include:Discovery to development leading to a first-in-human clinical study of in situ photopolymerized semi...
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Jack St. Clair Kilby Associate Professor
Technology, circuit, and architecture co-design for variation-tolerant, low-power computing systems including general/special-purpose multi/many-core processors, Biomimetic and neuromorphic computing systems, Reliable, process-variation tolerant, and low-power computer architecture and VLSI system design
Occasional Instructor for the Waterfront Planning and Engineering course; guest lecturer for the Coastal Engineering course; mentor for the Senior Capstone Design Course teams of civil engineering students designing water-related projects. Interested in advancing the collaboration of Civil and Environmental Engineering students with students from...
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Patricia and Michael Splinter Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Quantum and semiclassical electronic transport in semiconductor nanostructures, Heat transport at the nanoscale. Nanostructured thermoelectrics, Decoherence and relaxation in nanostructures; transient and high-frequency phenomena, Multiphysics simulation (self-consistent coupling of electronic+electromagnetic+thermal phenomena), Nanophotonics, nanoplas...
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My research work has been on understanding and controlling cracking, segregation, microstructure and transport phenomena during welding, casting and crystal growth. Examples of my current interests in welding include:Solidification cracking in welds: Cracking can occur during solidification of welds, e.g., Al alloys, stainless steels, Ni-base alloys. A...
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Ananth Krishnamurthy is Professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His research targets the development and application of performance modeling techniques in the design and analysis of manufacturing systems and supply chains. Topics of interest include production inventory systems, assembly...
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Grainger Professor of Nuclear Engineering-Emeritus, Director, Fusion Technology In
Internal dynamics of global climate, seasonal and interannual weather changes, predictions of future climate, development of climate theory, analysis of past climates, numerical simulation of atmosphere and ocean circulation, climate-environment interactions
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