Lynn H. Matthias Professor in Engineering & Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor
High-speed RF devices and circuits, optoelectronic devices and nanophotonics, Semiconductor materials processing and heterogeneous integration, Flexible electronics, flexible optoelectronics and flexible photonics, Energy conversion semiconductor devices, Bioelectronics and biomimetics, Semiconductor device physics, Power electronics
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Syntheses of new classes of amphiphilic block copolymer surfactants and attendant characterization of their bulk and solution phase behavior for applications as rheological modifiers and novel biomedical materials, Development of new catalysts for the mild synthesis of polyolefins containing polar functionalities possessing unknown monomer sequence dis...
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Graduate Research Assistant
Operations Research (Optimization and Modeling), Statistical Process Control, Quality Engineering, Decision-making Techniques, Supply Chain Management
Operations Research (Optimization and Modeling), Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery, Performance Evaluation and Reliability Engineering, Decision-making Techniques and Decision Support Systems, Log...
Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor and Paul A. Elfers Professor
Chemical production planning and scheduling, Optimization methods for process synthesis, Supply chain management, Computational methods for novel material discovery, Assessmsent of biomass-to-fuels/chemicals strategies
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Research, Design, and Product Development - Assistive Technology, Access to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education and Careers for Individuals with Disabilities, Formative Assessment Methods for Engineering Learning
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Professor and Department Vice Chair
Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor and Paul A. Elfers Professor, and Chair
Thermodynamics, kinetics and catalysis, surface science, computational chemistry, electronic materials, fuel cells applications, environmental chemical engineering
email@example.com, (608) 262-9053
Fiber optic mesh networks, Clinical applications of guided wave photonics, Far-infrared (terahertz) generation and spectroscopy, Applications of quantum optics, Guided wave photonic devices and circuits, Nonlinear optics materials and device
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Water quality, freshwater sciences, wastewater treatment, microbiology, nutrient removal, water quality modeling, limnology.
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Digital signal processing, acoustic analysis of speech, speech synthesis, More recently, I am applying concepts from Electrical Engineering non-linear system theory to robotic manipulators and related mechanical linkages, including a novel extension of small-signal analysis to higher orders and to mechanical systems. This extension results in a s...
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New Manufacturing Paradigm: Manufacturing for Design (MFD), Ultra-precision machining technology, Manufacturing energy efficiency and strategy, Appropriate technology, Burr minimization and prevention, Digital manufacturing and smart manufacturing, Hybrid manufacturing
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Harvey D. Spangler Professor of Engineering
Computational materials science for materials design, Ab initio electronic structure methods and multiscale techniques for large time / length scales and thermokinetics, Ab initio based modeling of electrochemical systems and processes, Application areas:Nuclear materials, Battery and fuel cell electrodes, Earth mantle materials, electronic materials
Professor Emeritus, Vilas Scholar, Director: Powertrain Control Research Laboratory (PCRL)
Vehicle powertrain system dynamic modeling, real-time control, system diagnostics, and transient testing. Multivariable linear and nonlinear control methodologies, state observers, and hardware-in-the-loop systems. Development of high performance transient test systems for single- and multi-cylinder I.C. engi...
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Harvey D. Spangler Professor
Creation of new biomaterials using bioinspired approaches, Using biomaterials to define the stem cell microenvironment, Development of biomaterials for tissue regeneration (tissue engineering), New approaches for drug delivery and gene therapy
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Human-computer interaction (HCI), specifically human-robot interaction, assistive, educational, and therapeutic use of humanlike robots and agents, modeling of human social behavior, activity recognition, and mobile and ubiquitous computing.
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