Erwin W. Mueller Professor and Bascom Professor of Surface Science
Nanoscale properties of surfaces, interfaces, thin films, and dimensionally confined structures, Atom-scale mechanisms of film growth: Group IV semiconductors, nano-strain engineering, silicon nanomembranes, relationship of nanostructure to localized electronic and optoelectronic properties, quantum dots, Development of advanced instrumentation for gro...
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Wisconsin Distinguished Professor
Metallurgical manufacturing processes, solidification in casting/welding operations, ductile cast irons, struture morphology, aluminum casting alloys, refinement/modification, primary phase morphology, thermal analysis of solidification transformation, structure control in fusion processes
Distributed resources, Restructuring of electrical power system, Application of power electronics to utility systems, Simulation methods, Power electronic circuits and control, HVDC, SVC, FACTS and custom power applications
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Assistant Professor, Dugald C. Jackson Faculty Scholar
At Wisconsin Computational Intelligence Lab (WiCIL), we are exploring non-conventional computing paradigms beyond Von Neumann computing, to make future computer system faster, compacter, more intelligent, energy efficient and easier to use.We are also interested in developing new hardware accelerators and copro...
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Gary Wendt Professor, Director of Geological Engineering Program
Unsaturated soil mechanics, Expansive clay behavior and applications, Laboratory characterization of soil mechanical, hydraulic, and thermal behavior, Pore-scale imaging and analysis, Field monitoring and instrumentation, Beneficial reuse of recycled materials, industrial by-products
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Environmental monitoring, remote sensing, natural resource management, high resolution satellite image processing, geographic information systems, large area land use mapping from space, transportation applications of remote sensing, national space policy,
Philip Dunham Reed Professor
Projects include: reliable and power-efficient processors and systems, reverse-engineering the human neocortex, Electrical and Nanophotonic On-chip Interconnection Networks, Commercial Workload Development and Characterization &...
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System Informatics and Data Analytics for Quality Improvement, Data Fusion for Process Modeling, Monitoring, Diagnosis and Prognostics, Statistical Learning and Data Mining, Statistical Process Control, I am always looking for collaboration opportunities in multidisciplinary research with academic and industry researchers...
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Hydroecology/ ecohydrology, hydrogeology, river restoration, remote sensing, hydrologic consequences of climate change, vegetative water use / vegetation patterning, sustainable land-use practices, stream-aquifer interactions, ecosystem function / services, human interaction with aquatic ecosystems
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Elmer and Janet Kaiser Chair and Consolidated Papers Professor of Controls Engineering
Control of electromagnetic actuators and power electronics, Integration of sensing and control in power conversion, Physics-based multivariable control design methodologies, Design for sensing and control using multi-physics integration
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Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering
Neural Interfaces, 1 and 2 Photon Microscopy, Neuromodulation Therapies, Electroceuticals, Bioelectronic Medicines, Autonomic Nervous System, Deep Brain Stimulation, Brain-Machine Interfaces, Brain-Computer Interfaces
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Associate Professor and Associate Chair of Graduate Affairs
Pattern recognition, computer vision, Kinematics, dynamics, Control theory, industrial automation, Sensor-based intelligent systems, Human spatial reasoning, human-robot interaction, Navigation, localization, and positioning, Robotics
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Duane H. and Dorothy M. Bluemke Professor and Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor