Lynn H. Matthias Professor in Engineering & Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor
Current Research Pursuits:Lattice mis-matched semiconductor heterostructures: materials, physics and related various device applications, Flexible/stretchable/wearable electronics/optoelectronics, Bioelectronics (ECG/ECoG), neural and neuron interface engineering, General research Interest:High-speed RF devices, optoelectronic devices and nanophotonics...
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Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor and Paul A. Elfers Professor
Chemical production planning and scheduling, Supply chain management, Optimization methods for chemical process synthesis, Computational methods for novel material discovery, Development and assessmsent of renewable energy strategies, Mixed-integer programming
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Research, Design, and Product Development - Assistive Technology, Access to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education and Careers for Individuals with Disabilities, Formative Assessment Methods for Engineering Learning
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Vilas Distinguished Professor, H.I. Romnes Faculty Fellow, & Department Vice Chair
Paul A. Elfers Professor, James A. Dumesic Professor, and Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor
Thermodynamics, kinetics and catalysis, surface science, computational chemistry, electronic materials, fuel cells applications, environmental chemical engineering, sensors and chemoresponsive systems
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Fiber optic mesh networks, Clinical applications of guided wave photonics, Far-infrared (terahertz) generation and spectroscopy, Applications of quantum optics, Guided wave photonic devices and circuits, Nonlinear optics materials and device
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Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor
Water quality, freshwater sciences, wastewater treatment, microbiology, nutrient removal, water quality modeling, limnology.
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Associate Chair of Graduate Advising and Professor
Carla's research is motivated by the practical relevance of combinatorial optimization and integer programming in real-world problems, and it is triggered by applications in various fields, ranging from machine learning to power systems, and from network design to congestion in competitive settings. Her goal is to exploit the polyhedral structure...
Digital signal processing, acoustic analysis of speech, speech synthesis, More recently, I am applying concepts from Electrical Engineering non-linear system theory to robotic manipulators and related mechanical linkages, including a novel extension of small-signal analysis to higher orders and to mechanical systems. This extension results in a s...
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Grainger Institute for Engineering Faculty Scholar
New Manufacturing Paradigm: Manufacturing for Design (MFD), Ultra-precision machining technology, Manufacturing energy efficiency and strategy, Appropriate technology, Burr minimization and prevention, Digital manufacturing and smart manufacturing, Hybrid manufacturing
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Harvey D. Spangler Professor of Engineering
Computational materials science for materials design, Ab initio electronic structure and multiscale methods for large time / length scales and thermokinetics, Ab initio based modeling of electrochemical systems and processes, Machine learning techniques for accelerating materials analysis and discovery, Application areas:Nuclear materials, Battery and ...
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Harvey D. Spangler Professor & H.I. Romnes Faculty Fellow
Creation of new biomaterials using bioinspired approaches, Using biomaterials to define the stem cell microenvironment, Development of biomaterials for tissue regeneration (tissue engineering), New approaches for drug delivery and gene therapy
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Human-computer interaction (HCI), specifically human-robot interaction, assistive, educational, and therapeutic use of humanlike robots and agents, modeling of human social behavior, activity recognition, and mobile and ubiquitous computing.
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