Our research focuses on connecting macro-scale environmental problems with the causative micro- and molecular-scale mechanisms. A large portion of this research has been devoted to determining reactions controlling the fate of the metal(loid) ions chromium, technetium, uranium, and arsenic, and of nutrients/contaminants, such as carbon, nitrate a...
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Vilas Distinguished Professor
Biomaterials (e.g., multifunctional drug nanocarriers, theranostic nanomedicines, and tissue engineering scaffolds), multifunctional polymer nanocomposites, and functional devices (e.g., flexible electronics, supercapacitors,nanogenerators, and sensors)., Prof. Gong's lab currently has openings for graduate students/postdocs/...
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Moss/algal/bacterial interactions in Sphagnum-dominated peatlands, molecular biology of sugar uptake by algae and peatmoss, use of molecular technology to assess microbial biodiversity in acid bogs, physiological, community, and evolutionary ecology of freshwater filamentous algae, evolutionary transition from green algae to lower land plants
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Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor and Harvey D. Spangler Professor
Applied and computational mathematics, Microstructural and multiscale simulations of complex fluids, applications to microfluidics, nanotechnology and biology, Viscoelastic and Newtonian fluid mechanics, especially stability and nonlinear dynamics
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Emeritus Research Professor
Integration of decision, change and information theory to develop, test and disseminate information technology to improve health and to use the research results to develop tools to support organizational problem solving and change
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