Duane H. and Dorothy M. Bluemke Professor
Occupational ergonomics and biomechanics, Biomechanics of muscle and tendon disorders, Primary and secondary prevention of repetitive motion injuries, Ergonomic design of manually operated products, hand tools and equipment, Evaluation of risk for work related musculoskeletal disorders in manual work, Medical surveillance for carpal tunnel syndrome and...
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Faculty Associate/Program Director
Professor, Associate Dean
Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor
Connected and Automated Vehicle & Highway (CAVH):New Generations of Traffic Models & Highway Capacity Manual for CAVH Level 1-4, New Generations of Highway Design and Operations Guide for CAVH Level 1-4, Automated Highway System Technology Development, 3D GIS-T Applications for Connected and Automated Vehicle & Highway, Intelligent Transpor...
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Professor and Harvey D. Spangler Faculty Scholar in the College of Engineering
Research interests are in the areas of cardiovascular and abdominal MRI, particularly in the development of rapid and quantitative imaging techniques, including rapid cardiac imaging methods, and novel fat-water separation techniques. More recent areas of interest include molecular imaging and MRI.
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Dr. Remucal’s Aquatic Chemistry research group focuses on the formation and fate of reactive oxygen species (ROS) in water. We are particularly interested in ROS generated by photochemical reactions and metal redox cycling. By studying these fundamental reaction mechanisms, our group aims to develop models a...
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Research interests include Biogeochemistry of aquatic environments, emphasizing in siturates of and controls on microbial metabolism in anaerobic soils and sediments; role of anaerobic microbial processes in geochemical cycling and energy flow in sedimentary systems; physiology and ecology of anaerobic respiratory bacteria; influence of anaerobic...
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Research in the lab utilizes a combination of experimental and computational methodologies and falls under three primary themes: 1. Transform the planning of personalized treatments for musculoskeletal injuries and diseases 2. Develop innovative technologies to strengthen intraoperative and diagnostic decision-...
After retirement in 1994 Sandy and I moved to Seattle. Our home has a wide view of Puget Sound and the snow-capped mountains of Olympic National Park. Our children Karen and David both live within walking distance. The Pacific Northwest is great.
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Grainger Institute for Engineering Faculty Scholar
Mechanics of soft materials, elastic instabilities, micromechanics, 3D-printing of soft materials, soft biological and bio-inspired materials, acoustic/elastic metamaterials, waves in soft matter, active materials
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