Personalized and Regenerative Medicine, Biomaterials Engineering, Stem Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, Signal transduction, Systems biology, Synthetic biology, Evolution & optimization of signaling proteins and networks, Design principles of spatial and temporal control networks in cells
email@example.com, (608) 316-4313
My group develops optical instrumentation and sensors that help solve critical problems in diverse areas including energy, manufacturing, and medicine. Ongoing projects include:High-speed laser gas thermometer for use in engines, Optical sensor for measuring liquid fuel properties on board an aircraft, Diamond-window-based sensors for monitoring ...
firstname.lastname@example.org, (608) 262-3540
Ancient chariots: comprehensive mechanics analysis and humanistic aspects, stress-strain in materials, fatigue and fracture of engineering materials, structures, joint systems, damage alleviation; fracture control, infrared thermographic stress analysis
email@example.com, (608) 255-4222
Jean van Bladel Associate Professor
Electric machines, drives, power electronics, Electric actuation systems, Automotive, aerospace, naval and renewable energy applications, Complex and interdisciplinary power system architecture
firstname.lastname@example.org, (608) 262-2703
Honorary Associate (UC-Berkeley)
Heat and mass transport, nuclear reactor safety, thermal-hydraulics, fluoride-salt cooled high temperature reactors (FHR), tritium transport and salt electrochemistry, salt freezing and overcooling transients, severe accident analysis, engineering ethics.
Electromagnetic wave propagation and antennas for communications, Free-electron and excimer lasers, Microwave and millimeter wave amplifiers, Computer simulation of and experiments on plasma waves and radiofrequency plasma sources for materials processing, Radiofrequency wave antenna coupling, heating and current drive in fusion plasmas
email@example.com, (608) 263-1614
I am interested in developing measurement and chemical characterization tools to quantitatively understand the origin and impacts of air pollution. These tools are desgined to address the impacts of air pollution on human health, climate change and sensitive ecosystems, and to support the development of control strategies to mitigate the adverse ...
firstname.lastname@example.org, (608) 262-4495
Plasma Edge Physics, Plasma Wall Interaction, Three-Dimensional Plasma Edge Transport and Wall Interaction, Helicon Plasma Generation and Sustainment, Active Plasma and Neutral Spectroscopy, Plasma Sources and Diagnostics, Atomic Modeling for Plasma Diagnostics, Laser-Based Plasma Spectroscopy, Next Generation Plasma Wakefield Accelerators
email@example.com, (608) 263-1547
Richard H. Soit Assistant Professor
Electrocatalysis, Electrified interfaces, Electrochemical energy storage, Interfacial charge transfer, Electrocatalysis provides a fascinating opportunity to interconvert electrical and chemical energy. In this regard, our group aims to extend the scope of electrochemical reactivity beyond small molecules like water and carbon dioxide. This wo...
Assistant Professor, Grainger Institute Fellow
My research resides at the intersection of electrical, mechanical, and computer engineering, and includes the following thrusts:Design and precision control of electric machines and power electronics, Magnetic levitation (primarily bearingless motors and magnetic bearings), High speed rotors, Flywheel energy storage, Vehicle and hydraulic system electr...
firstname.lastname@example.org, (608) 890-1301
Plasma-aided manufacturing, nonlinear science, effects of vacuum ultraviolet radiation on the processing of electronic materials, biotechnology, especially biomaterials and directed differentiation of stem cells, surface barrier discharges for covalent bonding of biomolecules, controlled fusion
email@example.com, (608) 262-1191
RRF Daniel M. Albert Chair and Professor
Optical imaging, Tissue engineering, Cancer, Metabolism, Immunology and cancer immunotherapy, Machine Learning, High-throughput tool development, Cell-cell interactions, Cellular heterogeneity, Translational research
firstname.lastname@example.org, (608) 316-4108
Development of novel methods for the analysis and manipulation of nucleic acids, DNA sequence analysis, DNA diagnostics, molecular computing, surface chemistry, fluorescence, mass spectrometry (MALDI and electrospray), robotics/automation and informatics
email@example.com, (608) 263-2594
Statistical physics, turbulence and turbulence modeling for engineering and geophysical applications, applied mathematics, stability theory and fluid dynamics, field theoretical techniques, the dynamic renormalization group and universality in complex systems
firstname.lastname@example.org, (608) 263-5498
Department of Engineering Physics and Materials Science & Engineering; Fellow of American Society for Materials, Fellow of Institute of Materials (UK), Fellow of American Nuclear Society
Nuclear reactor materials research and development, Irradiation effects in materials, Corrosion of materials, High temperature materials, Physical metallurgy and mechanical behavior of materials, Ion implantation and plasma-assisted thin film deposition of materials, Surface modifications and coatings including nanoscale processes and materials, Emergi...
email@example.com, (608) 263-4789
Development of statistical modeling, analysis and management techniques for the design and improvement of manufacturing systems such areas as the design, evaluation and management of continuous flow/cellular manufacturing systems for just-in-time (JIT) operations., Design and implementation of quality management systems in health care and manufacturing...
firstname.lastname@example.org, (608) 262-9927
Phil and Jean Myers Professor
Our long-term objective is to apply stem cell technology to expand integrative sciences in both basic and translational research. The current research focuses on elucidating mechanisms of brain development in mammals using stem cells and finding possible applications of these cells for neuromuscular disorders such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)...
email@example.com, (608) 262-4264
Harvey D. Spangler Professor of Engineering and Department Chair
Computational materials science, Mechanical behavior at the nanoscale, Defect behavior in semiconductors and insulators under irradiation, Solid/liquid interfaces, Nucleation and kinetics of medium range order in bulk metallic glasses
firstname.lastname@example.org, (608) 262-1821