Professor and Associate Chair of Named MS Studies
Oxide nanomaterials growth and characterization, Piezoelectric nanostructures and nanodevices for mechanical energy harvesting, Semiconductor nanomaterials and devices for solar energy harvesting and energy storage, Nanoscale piezoelectric effect and piezotronics, Piezocatalysis and interface between piezoelectricity and electrochemistry
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Medical instrumentation, implantable intracranial pressure monitor, safety of less-lethal electromuscular incapacitation device (EMD): stun guns and Tasers, biopotential amplifiers and interference, bioelectrodes, sleep apnea device
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1. Optical and electrochemical sensors for emerging contaminant detection2. Photothermal and photocatalytic technologies for water treatment 3. Surface chemistry of engineered nanoparticles in natural and engineered water systems
Amy Wendt is a professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at UW-Madison, where she has been a faculty member since 1990. Her research focus is ionized gas discharges for technological applications. Understanding the behavior of low-temperature plasmas, how they interact with materials substrates and implications for process and s...
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Harvey D. Spangler Assistant Professor
Human Factors and Ergonomics (HFE) for health care systems and patient safety, Care transitions across health care systems, Consumer health informatics, Health information technology, Health care delivery at home, HFE applications in Gerontology, Health care collaborative work and multiple task management
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I started my graduate studies at the Laboratory of Molecular Biology to work on computer-aided reconstruction of the nervous system of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans with Sydney Brenner. Together with my collaborators, we obtained the complete synaptic circuitry of the hermaphrodite (the connectome) and then went on to identify gene...
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Peter Tong Department Chair and Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor
We have also developed a new memory system simulation method that optimizes the common case---cache hits---significantly reducing simulation time. Fast-Cache tightly integrates reference generation and simulation by providing the abstraction of tagged memory blocks: each reference invokes a user-specified function depending upon the reference type and ...
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Floods and other hydroclimate extremes; Flood risk estimation and management; Measurement and modeling of extreme rainfall using ground-based and satellite-based sensors; The role of rainfall variability as a driver of floods and other watershed functions; climate change impacts on extreme weather; computationally-intensive natural hazards modeling; st...
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Coastal processes, engineering, resilience, and sustainability, Environmental & ecological fluid mechanics/hydraulics, Restoration and rehabilitation of aquatic systems (river/stream, lake, and wetland), Hydrologic/hydraulic modeling for sustainable urban planning and development and flood risk assessment, Risk assessment and resilience for ex...
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