Philip Dunham Reed Professor
Bioelectromagnetics, computational electromagnetics, dielectric spectroscopy, FDTD theory and applications, including multi-physics solvers, microwave diagnostic and therapeutic techniques for biological and medical applications, microwave inverse scattering, nanoelectromagnetics, wideband and multi-band antennas, ultrawideband microwave breast imaging...
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Rock mechanics, failure modes in rocks, true triaxial strength criteria, borehole instability and breakouts, strain localization in high porosity sandstones and compaction bands, rock stress and in situ stress measurements, hydraulic fracturing
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Medical ultrasound, Wave propagation in inhomogeneous media, Characterization of media based on interactions with ultrasonic waves, Viscoelasticity, Nonlinear hyperelasticity, Measurement of the fundamental mechanical properties of soft tissues, Development of test tools and teaching tools for ultrasonic imaging systems, Signal and image processing, Im...
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Physical and chemical propertes of molecular-based materialsmolecular electronicsnanoscale assembly techniques for molecular systemschemical and structural characterization of surfacesinterfaces between inorganic materials and organic/biological materials
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Boldt Company Professor in Construction and Engineering Management
Construction productivity measurement and management of human resources, Intergrated Project Delivery and Lean Construction, Change Mangement and Cumulative Impact of Change Orders, Risk Management and Proper Allocation of Risks, Mathematical Modeling for Decision Making, Project Control and Eraned Value Analysis, Electrical, Mechanical, and Shee...
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Environmental engineering, aquatic chemistry in treatment and distribution of drinking water, removal and inactivation of waterborne pathogens and other microbes during drinking water treatment and distribution, mathematical modeling
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Research interests include concentrations and behavior of the chemical elements in the various phases and components of the so il-water-plant system and reaction pathways of the elements in this important bio-geochemical system, bio-availability and upt ake of elements by plants and to the behavior of elements added to soils from recycled wastes ...
Expertise is in the Construction Management of complex projects., Expertise in Design Build delivery of projects, Interest and knowledge in Lean techniques for deliverying projects, Process development, lessons learned and constraint management.
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John T. and Magdalen L. Sobota Professor Emeritus
Our research focus lies at the interface of materials science, biology and nanotechnology to develop novel polymeric nanodevices for biological analysis, diagnostics and therapeutics. The ultimate goal of our laboratory is to achieve marriage of biomimetics and nanotechnology. Our work is being conducted in a highly interdisciplinary and collaborative ...
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Design and implementation of signal processing algorithms, Computer aided design and physical design of VLSI,, Applications of pattern classification and machine learning algorithms to signal processing, Image and video signal processing: 3D vision processing, multiview image and videos, , Wireless sensor network, internet of things and distributi...
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Professor and Director, Aquatic Sciences Center
Chemical limnology, mercury in the environment, natural organic matter, nutrient cycling in lakes and rivers, Great Lakes research, bioaccumulation of toxic contaminants, chemical interactions at the sediment-water interfac
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