Gregory L. Eyink, Professor, Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics
Research interests: Mathematical physics, fluid mechanics, turbulence, dynamical systems, partial differential equations, nonequilibrium statistical physics, geophysics and climate.
Somnath Ghosh, Professor, Civil Engineering
Research Interests: Computational mechanics, mechanics of materials; multi-scale modeling of failure in metals, composites and polymers, mulit-physics problems including electromagnetics, biomaterials and design of bio-implant and prosthetics.
Lori Graham-Brady, Professor, Civil Engineering
Research Interests: Stochastic finite element methods, probabilistic mechanics, stochastic simulation of material properties, micromechanics.
Gregory Hager, Professor, Computer Science and Founding Director of the Malone Institute for Engineering in Healthcare
Research Interests: Computer Vision; Robotics; Medical Robotics; Human-Machine Systems
Todd Hufnagel, Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
Research interests: X-ray scattering, metallic glasses, mechanical properties of materials, phase transformations, electron microscopy.
Robert Ivkov, Associate Professor, Radiation Oncology and Molecular Radiation Sciences
Research Interests: Development, characterization, and use of nanomaterials to target cancer; Selective heating with magnetic nanoparticles.
Cynthia Moss, Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences
Research Interests: Current research projects focus on mechanisms of sensorimotor integration, scene perception, spatial attention, and memory.
Daniel Stoianovici, Associate Professor, Urology
Research Interests: Surgical robotics; design, manufacturing, and control of robots for direct image-guided intervention (DIGI); computer-controlled manufacturing and software development for image-guided navigation.
Timothy Weihs, Professor, Materials Science & Engineering
Research Interests: Exothermic phase transformations and reactive materials; mechanical behavior of metals, intermetallics, and biomaterials; micro and nanomechanical testing; mechanical testing of teeth using nanoindentation; Thin film deposition and characterization.
June Wicks, Assistant Professor, Earth and Planetary Sciences
Research Interests: Planetary interiors and evolution; building equation of state and phase diagram models of matter at extreme conditions; kinetics of phase transitions at extreme conditions