Associate Professor (Affiliate)
Networking and Distributed Systems, protocols, algorithms and architectures of such systems, peer-to-peer systems, multicast services, network security, services for mobile and wireless networks and network measurements
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Research Professor, Honorary Fellow Chemistry Department, Sr. Advisor Wisconsin Energy Institute
My interest centers on the commercialization of technology. For society to benefit from a discovery it must be commercialized, typically through a company. There is a fundamental difference between technologies that are possible and those that are practical. I enjoy research on materials and process development with emphasis on ...
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Mechanically-Tunable Antennas and Periodic Structures
Origami electromagnetic structures, Foldable electromagnetic devices, Using stretching, deformation, or flexure to design reconfirugrable antennas, metamaterials, phased-arrays, and periodic structures.
, , Microwave Periodic Structures and MetamaterialsMetamaterials for high-power m...
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Wisconsin Distinguished Professor
geoenvironmental engineering, sustainable infrastructure, engineering for sustainability & life cycle analysis, beneficial use of industrial byproducts, recycled materials, geothermal energy, barrier systems, &n...
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Multiphase flow and flow at interfaces; Evaporation driven self-assembly; Advanced flow diagnostic techniques (PIV, hot-wire anemometry, high-speed microscopy ...); Energy systems (fuel cells, thermoacoustics, waste-heat recovery ...); Advanced manufacturing processes (inkjet printing of functional materials)
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Research interests are the physical chemistry of organic and inorganic colloids in soils and sediments. Research relates primarily to humic chemistry (metal complexation, sorption of organics, microbial interactions) and sorption at mineral/water interfaces. Techniques involve a variety of physical methods: synchrotoron x-ray absorption spectrosc...
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Lynn H. Matthias Professor in Engineering
Associate Chair of Development and Professor
Magnetic resonance (MR) interventional procedures, MR angiography and cardiac imaging - specifically designing real-time magnetic resonance acquisition and processing algorithms and systems for these procedures, MR contrast mechanisms, signal and image processing, distributed computing
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- Methods, models, and tools for managing climate variability and change- Hydrologic forecasting and integration into decision models- Addressing water quality and quantity extremes- Hydro-economics and policy mechanisms- Risk, reliability, and uncertainty- Sustainable approaches
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John Bascom Professor Emeritus
Dynamic behavior of machine tool drive systems
Position control for automatic welding
Noise generation/noise control in product design
Machine tool structure control dynamics
Dynamic loads in gears
Environmental noise control
Digital computer control of machines and processes
Mini-computer and micro-processor systems ...
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Duane H. and Dorothy M. Bluemke Professor, Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor
Plasmas, metamaterials, metasurfaces and media that have a strong interaction with electromagnetic radiation, especially in the rf-to-microwave-to-terahertz frequency regimes. , electromagnetic field effects: how do pulsed electric fields affect biological cells? How do electric fields affect materials' chemistry or cell metabolism? How do microwa...
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Philip Dunham Reed Professor